Scholarships: Click this Scholarship link to access our new scholarships database where you can find a concise and updated listing of scholarships that includes information about the application, eligibility requirements, and deadlines for each scholarship. This new scholarship page is a great place to start when looking for outside scholarships to help pay for college. New scholarship listings will be added to the page once they become available, so check back frequently.
Parents of SENIORS: The Federal Application for Free Student Aid (FAFSA) opened on October 1st. If your student is planning to attend a four year university, community college, or a trade school, he/she needs to complete the FAFSA in order to potentially receive financial aid through state/federal funding. Please view this step-by-step tutorial for assistance in completing the application. REMEMBER, TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE AS FUNDING IS LIMITED.
Seniors: Please continue to check your student email accounts for the monthly senior newsletter that contains important college information from Ms. Billotto. Also, any senior who has received a college acceptance letter or scholarship award should report this information to Ms. Billotto in the College and Career Center (room 117).
Students in Microsoft Imagine Academies benefit from a world-class Microsoft curriculum and software tools to tackle real-world challenges in the classroom environment. Enrollment in the course affords students the opportunity to gain industry-recognized certification in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Access.
Martin Niemoller’s poem reflecting the atrocity of the Holocaust was illuminated in November when first semester English II students were accompanied by their teachers (Allen, Cable, Goodson, and Tarlton) for a once in a lifetime experience to the Levine Jewish Community Center in Charlotte. Students had the opportunity to hear one of two survivors speak about their experiences.