Newsletter of the Seabury Hall Parents Organization

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Newsletter of the Seabury Hall Parents Organization"

Transcription

1 SEABURY HALL NEWS Newsletter of the Seabury Hall Parents Organization His gift to Seabury Hall s Financial Aid Program: Craft Fair Saturday May 10th, am-4pm The Perfect Place for Mother s Day Gifts Discover how the lowest points in our lives can be our greatest teachers, and the storms of our lives provide us with the physical, emotional, and spiritual experience we need to climb to greater heights of joy and fulfillment. In his new memoir, I Can See Clearly Now, Dr. Wayne Dyer takes you on an intimate journey through his formative years and shares openly the life lessons he learned along the way. You will be inspired to look back at your own life to see how everything has led you to where you are now. Each step of our journey has something to teach us. Dr. Wayne W. Dyer has spent years working on this manual on the art of living and he ll be sharing some of his most valuable lessons during this unique and lifechanging lecture. Please join us for this wonderful event Tickets are going fast so purchase your tickets today. 1 of 16

2 FROM THE HEADMASTER Dear Parents, A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to listen to Dr. John Chubb, the new Executive Director of the National Association for Independent Schools, speak on "The State of Independent School Education". Dr. Chubb has spent 25 years in education as a researcher, professor and school leader. Prior to taking his position at NAIS he was an "education fellow at Stanford, Oxford and Harvard. Dr. Chubb shared on why independent schools throughout the country are successful in a market that now competes with charter, on-line and home school opportunities. The single most important variant that determines success for students after they graduate is what they receive from their middle and high school experiences, not grades, or test scores. Research from Stanford, and various other institutions demonstrate that "performance character", most notably, "perseverance" and "grit" are what leads to the highest level of success in both college and life. Schools that have high expectations, provide a rigorous program, challenge students to achieve and give them opportunities to explore their passions, clearly experience the highest level of student happiness and success. Independent schools that do not compromise excellence for happiness and find a balance between rigor and self-actualization prepare young people for outstanding success. It is independent college preparatory schools that continue to succeed, where others fall short, to provide young people for life-long success and happiness as they succeed in college and in life. At Seabury Hall, we are proud of the success of our graduates with 94 percent completing college in four years and 97 percent completing college in five years. As we survey our alumni on an annual basis they share with us overwhelmingly that they have achieved meaningful and happy lives. With that being said, I offer my congratulations to you, our parents, for understanding the importance of an outstanding education that challenges young people, but also provides them with opportunities to seek their passions. Their perseverance, grit and passion are demonstrated in their academic and extra-curricular success, their commitment to service, and their desire to do their very best. Since the last newsletter our students have experienced outstanding success in many endeavors. All six of our National Merit Semifinalists have been named National Merit Finalists. Two seniors have been nominated for the Presidential Scholar Award. Two students have been selected as National Achievement Scholars. The middle school MathCounts team won the top six places in the Maui competition and will be traveling to Oahu to qualify for the national competition. Two of our students placed first and second in the state in the National Math Exam, the girls' and mixed paddling teams won the MIL and the girls finished third in the state. The boys' basketball team won the MIL and finished third in the state. the Performing Arts Department have provided several performances in the `A`ali`ikūhonua Creative Arts Center. 2 of 16

3 The AP Art Class has provided three outstanding art presentations and three students have been chosen to present their art work at Scholastic Juried Art Awards Exhibit in Honolulu Scholastic Juried Art Awards Exhibit at Hawaii State Art Museum February 14-March 28, 2014 Our congratulations go out to all of our students for embracing challenge and rigor and for playing a major part in making our community one that balances passion for success with a deep commitment to a warm and caring community. Aloha, Joseph J. Schmidt, Headmaster We're excited to announce that three of our Seabury Hall Fine Arts students have had their artwork selected for the 2014 Scholastic Juried Art Awards Exhibit: Liloa Akoi-Reber, Elle Carvalho, and Carly O Donnell. This Awards program is the nation's preeminent source for recognizing the achievements of creative teens. The Scholastic Art Awards provide exhibition, scholarship, publication and recognition opportunities for students in grades 7-12 creating original work in the visual arts. This is a statewide juried exhibit that offers multiple scholarships, as well as Regional Awards. Selected artworks will be exhibited at the Hawaii State Art Museum, February 14 March 28, Please join us in celebrating the achievements of these young artists. 3 of 16

4 Upper School News MARCH 2014 GRADE REPORTS As we approach Spring Break, there are two very important aspects of the students academic progress that are coming together, representing the present and the future. The first, of course, is the third quarter, which ends on March 13, the final day of school before the break. Coinciding with the end of the third quarter is the conclusion of the sign-up process for next year's courses. US Head: Scott Winham In the four weeks between Winterim and Spring Break students have been working closely with their advisors and grade-level deans to complete their four-year plans and course sign-up sheets for next year. Prior to the break, your child should bring home a completed course sign-up sheet. Please take a moment to compare your child's current performance with the offerings and descriptions for courses available next year. It is important that we all work together to create a schedule that is appropriate for your child's abilities and future aspirations. Once you have reviewed your child's course selections for the next academic year, please sign the form and have your student return it to his/her advisor prior to Spring Break. It is my sincerest hope that you and your child will be inspired by this process. We have added some exciting new elective courses to our offerings, which add to our already rich program. Please spend some time reviewing all offerings, which are detailed on our website under the Academics pull-down. In addition, the process will hopefully remind students of the importance of continuing to put forth solid effort through the end of the year. The beginning of the fourth quarter is a wonderful opportunity to process teacher's comments and apply suggestions so that your child may end the semester on a high note. With a strong fourth quarter students can significantly improve their semester averages. Students should seek out their instructor's counsel on methods for improving as well as advice for the best methods of preparation for final exams or year-end assessments. Also please take a moment or two over the Spring Break to appreciate being a family. Often times our schedules lead us in different directions and it is important to take advantage of the opportunities to reconnect. 4 of 16

5 UPPER SCHOOL HONORS CEREMONY On Tuesday, April 29, Seabury Hall will honor those students who have achieved the highest level of academic success at the Upper School Honors Ceremony. The Honors Ceremony will take place in the `A`ali`ikūhonua Creative Arts Center and will be followed by desserts. Please expect an invitation if your child has been on the Headmaster s List or the Honors List for the first three quarters. PROM: 4/12/14 This year, Prom will take place on April 12, from 7:00 11:00, at the Andaz Maui at Wailea. Students in grades are eligible to attend, and may invite guests from other schools that meet the age requirements. Tickets will be going on sale during the week before Spring Break. Prior to the break, tickets will be $80, but the price will go up ten dollars after the vacation. As with all school dances, in order to ensure a safe environment for all, Seabury students will be randomly breathalized, and all guests will submit to the test. As a reminder, Seabury Hall is not responsible for the safety of your child after he/she leaves the Prom site, and strongly discourages any unsupervised student gatherings following the dance. Please ensure that student safety is a priority. 5 of 16

6 Middle School News WINTERIM WAS WONDERFUL Thank to all the parents and community member for providing resources for our kids. We couldn t have done it without your generosity and spirit of Aloha. Special thanks to parents who helped drive and support the programs and individuals who made our Winterim very rewarding for the students. MS Head: Jacqueline Peterka MIDDLE SCHOOL GOLF Our goal is to introduce the game of golf to new golfers, increase the skills of more experienced golfers and to put students on the path to be able to enjoy golf as a life activity and to pursue golf at the high school level. We are learning the fundamentals of golf, and helping students to find their own swing We break the game down to 3 areas: Putting, short game, and full swing. Students are working on balance and tempo on the full swing. Form and distance control on short game. Putting is separated to 3 areas: distance control, reading greens, hitting the putt where you are aiming. MS Golf Team: Darby Mulligan (8), Kyle Sparks (8), and Ryan Chang (8), Dan Judge (6), Max Flammer (6), David Shiraki (7), Bryce Tarpy (7) and a few others. 6 of 16

7 SH STUDENTS PLACE 1ST, 2ND AND 8TH IN STATEWIDE MATH CONTEST Seabury Hall seventh grader David Shiraki topped 603 other middle school students across the state to earn the highest individual score in the State of Hawaii on the Mathematical Association of America s American Math Competition 8 (AMC8). Each year over 100,000 students in grades 6, 7, and 8 compete, representing all 50 states. The competition is considered to be the country s premier middle school math contest. Seabury Hall sixth grader Steven Doan placed second overall, only one point behind David, and eighth grader Shelby Ferrier placed eighth overall. Seabury Hall middle school math instructor and math team coach Steve Vurno remarked that, These three students have an impressive aptitude for mathematics. However, what really sets them apart is their passion and enthusiasm. They spend a lot of time practicing and solving difficult math problems because they think it s fun The team is preparing for the upcoming MathCounts competition to be held in February. MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH STUDENTS SWEEP MATH COMPETITION For the fifth straight year Seabury Hall's Middle School math team won the Maui County MathCounts competition which was held at Maui Waena Intermediate on Saturday, February 1. A total of seven schools participated this year in the Maui Chapter competition: Seabury Hall, Kamehameha Schools Maui, Maui Waena Intermediate, Lokelani Intermediate, Samuel E. Kalama Intermediate, Kihei Charter and Emmanuel Lutheran. Out of the 75 students that competed, Seabury Hall took home the top six individuals spots in the competition. The winners were: first place Shelby Ferrier 18, second place David Shiraki 19, third place Kaitlyn Takeno 19, fourth place Zane Williams 20, fifth place Melia Fong 18 and sixth place Steven Doan 20. This year s math team benefited greatly from the wisdom and experience of coach Mr. Steve Vurno and assistant coaches Jasmine Doan '15 and Jesse Doan '17. As Maui County champions the team has earned the right to represent Maui at the Hawaii State MathCounts Championship on Oahu. The team is very excited and working hard to prepare. 7 of 16

8 MIDDLE SCHOOL BAND Saturday, February 15th, the MS Marching Band participated in the Pacific Whale Foundation Parade for the fifth consecutive year. They ROCKED and were a huge success. We are the only Middle School Marching Band in the state MS Marching Band RELAY FOR LIFE This year was the first year that the Middle School has been invited to participate in Relay for Life, a wonderful fundraiser for the American Cancer Society that also serves to honor survivors, to raise awareness, and to show support for families and communities who have lost loved ones to cancer. Our 19 students who represented Seabury Hall's Middle School did a fantastic job raising more than $100 each to be on the team. Chaperones Ms. Lindsay and Ms. Lionetti were so proud of the students and are already looking forward to having another great team next year Delicious treats for sale & Saturday Afternoon Surprises Winnie the Pooh A musical version of A.A. Milne s classic performed by our 6 th graders Directed by Marsha Kelly Musical Direction by Stephen Haines Friday and Saturday April 7 PM Saturday April 3 PM Calabash admission 8 of 16

9 WINTERIM February 10-13, 2014 MS: Physical Computing US: Voyage to India US: Outreach 360 Nicaragua US: Ice Fishing in Minnesota US: UHMC Culinary Program US: Soul and Service 9 of 16

10 Athletics MARCH 2014 As we enter into our spring season, the successes our teams have achieved thus far are truly exceptional Our teams have garnered nine team MIL championships out of twelve opportunities. Beyond that, our teams continue to represent Seabury Hall with class and sportsmanship whether they are traveling to Oahu for states or heading out to Hana for a league contest. The spring sport season is unusually exciting this particular year due to the fact that we have added two new sports: surfing and girls water polo. Rodney Kilborn is our surf coach and he is Athletic Director: Robert Dougherty working hard with the boys and girls to develop a strong program where student/athletes not only learn to improve their surfing skills but also learn a lot about the Hawaiian culture that surfing is so much a part of. Ryan Walsh, our middle school English teacher, has taken the reigns for the water polo program. Coach Walsh has extensive water polo coaching experience having guided a top-notch water polo program in California. We are blessed to have such hard working and knowledgeable coaches working with our student/athletes. Baseball, softball, boy s volleyball, golf, tennis, and track are also in full swing. What is most encouraging about all of our sports is the level of participation we are experiencing. We have strong numbers in every one of our programs. This is a testament as to how involved Seabury students truly are, how they care about their teams, how much they value competition, and like to have fun. I know we will continue to have success this spring and look forward to watching all of our athletes compete and represent Seabury Hall with pride. 10 of 16

11 College Counseling SAT Changes Set for Spring 2016 David Coleman, president of the College Board recently announced that the SAT would be undergoing drastic changes. The changes would be effective starting in Spring The Key Changes (From The New York Times) Instead of arcane SAT words ( depreciatory, membranous ), the vocabulary definitions on the new exam will be those of words commonly used in college courses, such as synthesis and empirical. The essay, required since 2005, will become optional. Those who choose to write an essay will be asked to read a passage and analyze the ways its author used evidence, reasoning and stylistic elements to build an argument. The guessing penalty, in which points are deducted for incorrect answers, will be eliminated. The overall scoring will return to the old 1,600-point scale, based on a top score of 800 in reading and math. The essay will have a separate score. Math questions will focus on three areas: linear equations; complex equations or functions; and ratios, percentages and proportional reasoning. Calculators will be permitted on only part of the math section. Every exam will include, in the reading and writing section, source documents from a broad range of disciplines, including science and social studies, and on some questions, students will be asked to select the quotation from the text that supports the answer they have chosen. Every exam will include a reading passage either from one of the nation s founding documents, such as the Declaration of Independence or the Bill of Rights, or from one of the important discussions of such texts, such as the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Letter From Birmingham Jail. For additional information on these changes, please read the article A New SAT Aims to Realign With Schoolwork. COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES The following acceptances are for students who applied early action, early decision, and rolling admissions to colleges. Students who applied under the regular decision will be notified by April 1 st. 11 of 16

12 Congratulations to the following seniors on their college acceptances: Katheryn Adler University of Colorado, Boulder University of Puget Sound University of San Francisco Southern Oregon University University of Vermont Western Washington University Willamette University Hi`ilei Aiwohi-Kolt Sabrina Altman Celina Bekins Colorado School of Mines Drexel University Georgia Institute of Technology Northeastern University Worcester Polytechnic Institute Bruno Bernacchi University of Colorado, Boulder Alyssa Bettendorf *University of Northern Colorado Linfield College Oregon State University Pacific Lutheran University University of Portland Western Washington University Celia Boone Chapman University University of Oregon University of Puget Sound Santa Clara University Seattle University Western Washington University Elle Carvalho Hawaii Pacific University Carter Christie Utah State University Nicolas Colon University of Arizona Colorado School of Mines Adam Ferrier Arizona State University Whittier College Dakota Grossman *University of Utah Linfield College University of Northern Colorado Oregon State University Western Oregon University Willamette University Jacob Higa Northern Arizona University Portland State University Kei Rui-Li Inge University of Portland Ryan James Brigham Young University, Idaho Brigham Young University, Hawaii Colorado State University Quinn Jones Isabella Jorgensen *American University Michael Kalmeta John Cabot University Northeastern University Jonathan Kaopuiki Dixie College Christie Kimura Sophia University Waseda University Cameron King Colorado State University Tyler Kiyota Chaminade University Oregon State University Taylor Leworthy University of La Verne University of the Pacific San Diego State University Lana Lobato Aljader Portland State University Jenna Loesberg *Pitzer College Elizabeth Lopez *School of the Art Institute of Chicago Rachel Lopez Adelphi University Chaminade University Portland State University Regis University Southern Oregon University Mogul Lu`uwai Pacific University Willamette University Andie Matayoshi Chapman University Gonzaga University Point Loma Nazarene University University of San Francisco Western Washington University Westmont College 12 of 16

13 Mikaela McDaniel California Lutheran University Oregon State University Pacific University Southern Oregon University University of Tennessee, Knoxville Willamette University Rowan Mulligan Boston College Chapman University Villanova University Rachel Nguyen Chapman University University of San Diego University of San Francisco Temple University Nahenahe Norton-Tolentino Carly O Donnell Northeastern University University of San Diego Santa Clara University Levi Okazaki Colorado State University Humboldt State University Northern Arizona University Cayde Omura Colorado State University Linfield College University of Nevada, Las Vegas Western Oregon University Daniel Pietsch *Emory University Jordan Priest Mills College University of Puget Sound University of Redlands University of San Diego University of San Francisco Seattle University Washington State University Willamette University Fletcher Prouty California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo (College of Engineering) University of Oklahoma University of Portland Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Blake Rizzo Dixie College Full Sail University Utah State University Cassidy Ross Marymount Manhattan College Otis College of Art and Design Hannah Shipman American University of Paris University of Brighton Canterbury Christ Church University College University of Colorado, Boulder University of Sussex University of Kent Warren Wilson College Willamette University Lucia Simon Unviersity of Portland Kyle Stisher *Colorado State University, Fort Collins Arizona State University Kyle Sullivan Chapman University Unviersity of San Francisco Whittier College Reina Tanizaki Northern Arizona University Takayoshi Tsutsui University of Denver University of Portland Worcester Polytechnic Institute Samantha Turbeville Lewis & Clark College University of Portland University of Puget Sound Willamette University Ema Turner Western Washington University Carter Umetsu High Point University Sewanee: The University of the South Washington University in St. Louis Kamryn Vorfeld Colorado State University Willamette University Emma Walker Colorado State University Humboldt State University Dylan West-Von Sonn Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 13 of 16

14 Seabury Hall Performing Arts Presents our 25 th annual Dance Showcase 2014 The Seabury Hall Dance Program in Concert Under the direction of David Ward Fridays & Saturdays: April 25-26, May 7:00 PM Sundays: April 27 & May 3:00 PM `A`ali`ikūhonua Creative Arts Center Seabury Hall, Makawao Admission: $12 Adults, $10 Senior Citizens, $5 Students Reserve/Buy tickets online at: SEABURY DANCES HULA IN MIAMI Miami, Florida will be the scene of Kumu Kahula Maolo s Haleakala Hula when the Seabury Hall Dance Ensemble performs the piece to open the National High School Dance Festival this year at Miami s Historic Gussman Theater. We ve attended this biennial festival 6 times and been chosen to perform at 5 of them. That s quite an honor considering that only about 30% of the nearly 200 entries get selected to perform at the national festival. Besides performing, our students will take classes in a range of dance styles over the 4 day festival. In preparing hula pieces for this festival, in recent years, our students have had the opportunity to work with hula masters Kumu Keali`I Reichel, Kumu Napua Makua, Kumu Uluwehi Guerrero, and now Kumu Kahula Maolo. Our dancers get a unique opportunity to work with masters of the Hawaiian culture, to represent Seabury and Maui -- on a national level, and to take piece of Hawaiian culture to what is predominantly a festival of modern dance. We get to bring a bit of where we come from. 14 of 16

15 Help Our School Earn Scholarships Visit any Foodland, Sack N Save or Foodland Farms and designate our school between February 5 - March 18. Each time you shop with your Maika i Card, you ll earn Maika i Points for you and our school. The more points we earn, the more scholarships we will receive Thank you for helping our students achieve their dreams LET S WIN AGAIN Use Your Maika i Card and Win Scholarships for Seabury Hall School Code: 7588 February 5-March 18 Awards: Top (5) schools will receive (5) $2,000 scholarships each Next (10) schools will receive (3) $2,000 scholarships each Next (10) schools will receive (2) $2,000 scholarships each Next (25) schools will receive (1) $2,000 scholarship each admission fee: $25 WHEN Sunday April 6, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM WHERE Creative Art Center PURCHASING TICKETS If you wish to purchase tickets, you can buy them online at: Created in the spirit of TED, is an independently organized event licensed by TED. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, and Design, devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. s Imagining a Better Tomorrow, a day-long event, will feature middle and high school student speakers and performers from the Maui community. These presenters will inspire the audience to use their passions and talents to create a brighter future. Event is only open to middle and high school students on Maui. 15 of 16

16 MARCH 2014 Volunteers Needed PLEASE GO TO THE CRAFT FAIR PAGE ON THE SEABURY HALL WEBSITE TO SIGN UP FOR YOUR SHIFT POTTED PLANTS YOU CAN CALL DR. JANSSEN FOR DONATION PICK UP MAUNALEI FLOWERS PLEASE DONATE ANY GENTLY USED VASES AND SMALL BASKETS FOR ARRANGEMENTS Have Auction Items? PLEASE FILL OUT THE AUCTION DONATION FORM ON THE SEABURY HALL WEBSITE CRAFT FAIR Food Donation We are asking every family to donate one home baked item, or if you are not a baker, let us do the baking for you With your monetary donation of $10, we will purchase ingredients for special items in La Patisserie, Seabury treats for the Treats & Sweets Booth and items for our unique Food Booths And remember..it is a great return on investment for our financial aid program. Rummage Sale If you missed our last Sunday drop-off, your rummage can now be taken directly to the gym on Sunday March 23rd from 2-4pm. If you have large pieces of furniture that you would like to donate and need a pickup, please contact Jody Vinoray at or call Donate your old FUN FACTORY tickets to Craft Fair We will redeem tickets for prizes in the Craft Fair games area Please turn in any tickets to Bridget in Cooper House 1 16 of 16

PSU Challenge Credit and Credit Transfer

PSU Challenge Credit and Credit Transfer PSU Challenge Credit and Credit Transfer Credit and Credit Transfer What is credit? A college course is worth a number of credits (based on hours/week) To graduate from college requires: Approx. 180 credits

More information

SHREWSBURY HIGH SCHOOL

SHREWSBURY HIGH SCHOOL SHREWSBURY HIGH SCHOOL A Commitment to the 4-C s of 21st Century Teaching and Learning In 21st century schools, the 3-R s remain important, but how students interact with them has become even more significant.

More information

***THS E-News now being published on Thursdays

***THS E-News now being published on Thursdays THS E-News April 25, 2013 ***THS E-News now being published on Thursdays WEEKEND EVENTS: Friday: The Wizard of Oz Musical Production 7:00 pm Saturday: The Wizard of Oz Musical Production 2:00 & 7:00 pm

More information

2015 /16 SCHOOL PROFILE

2015 /16 SCHOOL PROFILE 849 Keokuk Street, Petaluma, CA 94952 707-763-1032 Fax 707-763-9448 Counseling Office 707-763-1032 x137 www.svhs-pet.org CEEB Code 052455 2015 /16 SCHOOL PROFILE OUR MISSION The mission of St. Vincent

More information

CRMS Students: A MESSAGE FROM PRINCIPAL JOHNSTON. Wear PINK on October 14th to show your support. UPCOMING EVENTS. October 2015 Volume 2, Issue 2

CRMS Students: A MESSAGE FROM PRINCIPAL JOHNSTON. Wear PINK on October 14th to show your support. UPCOMING EVENTS. October 2015 Volume 2, Issue 2 Cedar Ridge Middle School October 2015 Volume 2, Issue 2 A MESSAGE FROM PRINCIPAL JOHNSTON Dear CRMS Families, This year is rolling by so quickly! It continues to be a pleasure working with all of the

More information

Rampart High School Newsletter 8250 Lexington Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80920 Pete Alvarez, Principal (719) 234-2000 November 2015

Rampart High School Newsletter 8250 Lexington Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80920 Pete Alvarez, Principal (719) 234-2000 November 2015 Rampart High School Newsletter 8250 Lexington Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80920 Pete Alvarez, Principal (719) 234-2000 November 2015 I would like to thank all of the athletes, coaches, volunteers, and

More information

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER GREEN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER GREEN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER GREEN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL Hours: 7:30-3:00 Monday Friday Location: Inside the Library Contact Number: 702-799-0950 Ext: 4011 Hillary Butrico: College & Career Center Specialist CAREER

More information

Private Day School Simi Valley, California

Private Day School Simi Valley, California Grace Brethren Junior Senior High School Private Day School Simi Valley, California Founded in 1978, Grace Brethren is a competitive coeducational, College Preparatory High School located in the heart

More information

School Counselor News:

School Counselor News: School Counselor News: What does your child want to be when he/she grows up? What do YOU want to be when you grow up? Careers will change within one s lifetime as will the duties and tasks assigned to

More information

Denver Day of Rock Design Competition Presented by Concerts For Kids Submission Deadline- Friday February 6, 2015 at 5 PM MST

Denver Day of Rock Design Competition Presented by Concerts For Kids Submission Deadline- Friday February 6, 2015 at 5 PM MST Denver Day of Rock Design Competition Presented by Concerts For Kids Submission Deadline- Friday February 6, 2015 at 5 PM MST Concerts For Kids is looking for a Colorado high school senior, university

More information

Woodbridge High School

Woodbridge High School Woodbridge High School IRVINE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT BI-WEEKLY NEWSLETTER FEBRUAR Principal's Message Collaboration We continue the roll out of our new set of aspirations for students titled the Way of

More information

OBOE-Mail Blast FEBRUARY 1, 2013 VOLUME 2, NUMBER 20

OBOE-Mail Blast FEBRUARY 1, 2013 VOLUME 2, NUMBER 20 OBOE-Mail Blast FEBRUARY 1, 2013 VOLUME 2, NUMBER 20 It s Super Bowl Weekend and Orange has a few super events: The Spelling Bee of Champions on the Saturday before the Super Bowl, February 2, 2013, 1:00

More information

VIKING NEWSLETTER. January/February, 2016

VIKING NEWSLETTER. January/February, 2016 VIKING NEWSLETTER January/February, 2016 Dear MMS Families Over the last year, the Edmonds School District has been researching and discussing a topic I know most of us wish we did not have to explore.

More information

The American Education A Student s Perspective Steps to a Bright Future!

The American Education A Student s Perspective Steps to a Bright Future! The American Education A Student s Perspective Steps to a Bright Future! Image obtained: mlw21.wordpress.com By: Aparna Pasumarthi Table of Contents 1.Introduction 2. Authors Note 3. Elementary School

More information

PTA Newsletter April 4, 2014

PTA Newsletter April 4, 2014 Adams Elementary School 3420 North 78 th Street Omaha, NE 68134 PTA Newsletter April 4, 2014 PTA Meeting Happenings Our final meeting was held on Tuesday, April 1st with 16 people in attendance. Topics

More information

COLLEGES Aberdeen, University of Alabama, University of Alaska, University of at Anchorage Arizona State University Arizona, University of Arkansas,

COLLEGES Aberdeen, University of Alabama, University of Alaska, University of at Anchorage Arizona State University Arizona, University of Arkansas, COLLEGES Aberdeen, University of Alabama, University of Alaska, University of at Anchorage Arizona State University Arizona, University of Arkansas, University of Auburn University Ave Maria University

More information

This Week in Guidance Week of September 9, 2013 Issue #2

This Week in Guidance Week of September 9, 2013 Issue #2 This Week in Guidance Week of September 9, 2013 Issue #2 Welcome to This Week in Guidance This Week in Guidance is a weekly newsletter provided by the guidance department at the MRH High School. It will

More information

High School & College Resources

High School & College Resources High School & College Resources Year-by-Year CHECKLIST! 9 th Grade Talk with your counselor and inform them that you want to attend a 4-yr college or university and that you need to schedule college prep

More information

An Overview of the California State University (CSU) Eliseo Diaz Admissions Counselor CSU Monterey Bay

An Overview of the California State University (CSU) Eliseo Diaz Admissions Counselor CSU Monterey Bay An Overview of the California State University (CSU) Eliseo Diaz Admissions Counselor CSU Monterey Bay California State University System Celebrated our 54th anniversary as a system. 1 of every 10 members

More information

Chief Joseph Journal

Chief Joseph Journal Preparing Today s Students for Tomorrow s Challenges April 2014 Chief Joseph Journal Chief Joseph School of the Arts 1100 E. Chateau Dr, Meridian ID 83646 Phone (208)350-4200 Absence Reporting Line (208)350-4201

More information

RelocateAmerica's Top 25 Places to Live to go to School in 2007

RelocateAmerica's Top 25 Places to Live to go to School in 2007 Page 1 of 5 Home Top 100 Relocation Packet RelocateAmerica's Top 25 Places to Live to go to School in 2007 Welcome to RelocateAmerica's Top 25 Places to Live to go to School in 2007! We're excited to recognize

More information

URBAN JUNIOR COLLEGE FORUM Class of 2016 THE URBAN SCHOOL OF SAN FRANCISCO

URBAN JUNIOR COLLEGE FORUM Class of 2016 THE URBAN SCHOOL OF SAN FRANCISCO URBAN JUNIOR COLLEGE FORUM Class of 2016 Topics Covered Tonight The big picture The details Standardized testing The college systems How to begin Worries! Initial meeting Student vs. parent perspective

More information

School District. Dr. Barry Amacker, Superintendent Jackson County School District

School District. Dr. Barry Amacker, Superintendent Jackson County School District Dr. Barry Amacker, Superintendent Jackson County School District Greetings JACO Nation, As we look forward to the 2015-16 school year, I would like to thank you for another great year in 2014-15. As you

More information

Robert Crown Law Library Legal Research Paper Series

Robert Crown Law Library Legal Research Paper Series Ranking of Top Law Schools 2012-2014 By US News & World Report ( USN&WR ) [2012, 2013 & 2014 Editions] Compiled by George D. Wilson Robert Crown Law Library Research Paper No. 31 April 2013 Robert Crown

More information

May 25-29: LAST WEEK OF SCHOOL. May TEACHER 25 APPRECIATION WEEK

May 25-29: LAST WEEK OF SCHOOL. May TEACHER 25 APPRECIATION WEEK Afternoon During School Morning May 25-29, 2015 May 25-29: LAST WEEK OF SCHOOL Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday May TEACHER 25 APPRECIATION WEEK May 26 May 27 May 28 E7 Bell Schedule NO SCHOOL MEMORIAL

More information

Girls on the Run NYC - SoleMates Participant Guide

Girls on the Run NYC - SoleMates Participant Guide Girls on the Run NYC - SoleMates Participant Guide Welcome to the Girls on the Run NYC SoleMates Team for 2015! Thank you for joining SoleMates in support of Girls on the Run NYC! Your participation and

More information

College Abilene Christian University Adams State University The University of Alabama American University Arizona State University The University of

College Abilene Christian University Adams State University The University of Alabama American University Arizona State University The University of College Abilene Christian University Adams State University The University of Alabama American University Arizona State University The University of Arizona Auburn University Baylor University Boston College

More information

Private Boarding School Steamboat Springs, Colorado

Private Boarding School Steamboat Springs, Colorado Lowell Whiteman School Private Boarding School Steamboat Springs, Colorado Like many independent schools, the Lowell Whiteman School prides itself on its academic excellence. Based in small class sizes,

More information

How To Get To College

How To Get To College Guidelines for High School Students How To Get To College A Guide to Preparing for the California State University Sponsored by: The California State University and the Boeing Company What Classes Should

More information

Sponsorship Directory 2014-2015

Sponsorship Directory 2014-2015 Sponsorship Directory 2014-2015 Contents 1. a letter from the president A message to our partners 2. A LETTER FROM Coach Griffiths A message from our coach 3. About us Learn about us 4. our 2013-2014 Season

More information

De La Salle College Jersey

De La Salle College Jersey De La Salle College Jersey CONTENTS: PAGE 3 Message From The Headteachers PAGE 4 PAGE 7 PAGE 10 PAGE 13 PAGE 14 PAGE 16 The Spirit of De La Salle Starting The Journey Reaching The Highest Potential Celebrating

More information

2015 Colleges Accepted

2015 Colleges Accepted Each year, CHS students are accepted to numerous colleges and universities around the world. Below is a list of colleges that accepted CHS students from the class of 2015. Go Wolves! 2015 Colleges Accepted

More information

Unleashing The Power Of Music. Members Support Work Of The Foundations. The Recording Academy. Bruce Springsteen capped this year s MusiCares

Unleashing The Power Of Music. Members Support Work Of The Foundations. The Recording Academy. Bruce Springsteen capped this year s MusiCares Unleashing The Power Of Music Voices And News From The GRAMMY Foundation And MusiCares FALL 2013 The Recording Academy Members Support Work Of The Foundations Bruce Springsteen capped this year s MusiCares

More information

Welcome to the Sioux Falls School District High Schools!

Welcome to the Sioux Falls School District High Schools! Welcome to the Sioux Falls School District High Schools! Dear Students, We welcome you and your parents/guardians to the Sioux Falls School District High Schools. We believe that high school can be full

More information

The Summit Country Day School. College Counseling Freshman Handbook

The Summit Country Day School. College Counseling Freshman Handbook The Summit Country Day School College Counseling Freshman Handbook Overview of The Summit Country Day School College Counseling Team STAFF: Maureen Ferrell Director of College Counseling 513 871-4700 x226

More information

Seattle Lutheran High School College Night Information Packet 2015-2016

Seattle Lutheran High School College Night Information Packet 2015-2016 Seattle Lutheran High School College Night Information Packet 2015-2016 Gathering Information & Choosing a College: 1. Think about your personal interests and preferences. 2. Ask yourself some questions:

More information

2015-2016 USA Climbing: Collegiate Teams Adams State College Arizona State University Auburn University Austin Community COllege Austin Rock Gym

2015-2016 USA Climbing: Collegiate Teams Adams State College Arizona State University Auburn University Austin Community COllege Austin Rock Gym Adams State College Arizona State University Auburn University Austin Community COllege Austin Rock Gym Azusa Pacific University Baylor University Belmont University Brevard College Butler University Cal

More information

SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES

SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES Benefitting Presented By SPONSORSHIP PACKAGES Our sponsorship packages offer an exceptional opportunity to gain exposure to fellow outstanding supporters throughout Southern California. We have developed

More information

22-Nov Duke -4.5 over Minnesota 89-71 Win 4 $400 22-Nov Oklahoma -3 over UTEP 68-61 Win 3 $300 7 $700 12 $940

22-Nov Duke -4.5 over Minnesota 89-71 Win 4 $400 22-Nov Oklahoma -3 over UTEP 68-61 Win 3 $300 7 $700 12 $940 2012-2013 Doc's Sports College Basketball Complete Season Record By Game Daily Season To Date Date Game / pick Score W / L Units $$$ Units $$$ Units $$$ 17-Nov Milwaukee +6 over Davidson 73-68 Win 4 $400

More information

SOPHOMORE GUIDE to Successful College Planning

SOPHOMORE GUIDE to Successful College Planning SOPHOMORE GUIDE to Successful College Planning Artwork by: Jose O. Vigil Bell Multicultural Senior High School Class of 2000 Graduate COPYRIGHT 2003 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA COLLEGE ACCESS PROGRAM. ALL RIGHTS

More information

APPLICATION 2014. 302-655-7338 www.thelatincenter.org

APPLICATION 2014. 302-655-7338 www.thelatincenter.org APPLICATION 2014 302-655-7338 www.thelatincenter.org ABOUT THE PROGRAM NOMINATIONS DUE BY: FEBRUARY 14, 2014 DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION ONLINE AT: www.thelatincenter.org The (HSRP) is an effort by the Latin

More information

Maryknoll School Honolulu, Hawaii

Maryknoll School Honolulu, Hawaii Maryknoll School Honolulu, Hawaii Accepting Challenge..Engaging Educators..Emerging Leaders..World Citizenship..Innovation..Entrepreneurialism Maryknoll International Student Program Creating 21st century

More information

THE PERFORMING ARTS PROGRAMS OF THE LAS VIRGENES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT.

THE PERFORMING ARTS PROGRAMS OF THE LAS VIRGENES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT. Press Contact: Gilles Chiasson, Theatre Manager 818-294-2900, or Photos available by email contact Gilles Chiasson at: gchiasson@lvusd.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DATE Friday, April 8, 2016 LVUSD proudly

More information

Student-Athletes. Guide to. College Recruitment

Student-Athletes. Guide to. College Recruitment A Student-Athletes Guide to College Recruitment 2 Table of Contents Welcome Letter 3 Guidelines for Marketing Yourself as an Athlete 4 Time Line for Marketing Yourself as an Athlete 4 6 Questions to Ask

More information

Visual Arts. Points/ Achievement

Visual Arts. Points/ Achievement The criteria used for the awarding of letter jackets and/or letters shall be the same for all Pearland ISD campuses for each program. Listed below are the requirements for each approved organization: Visual

More information

Excellence in Our Schools

Excellence in Our Schools South Colonie Central School District Excellence in Our Schools www.southcolonieschools.org www.southcolonieschools.org An enriched and expansive academic program High School Level u While all students

More information

Mad Hatter Drive Official Rules

Mad Hatter Drive Official Rules Mad Hatter Drive Official Rules Thank you for your interest in the Hats Off For Cancer Mad Hatter Drive! We re excited for you and we re here to help you along the way. These rules will help you shape

More information

Chisholm s 2014 Teacher of the Year! Principally Speaking: November, 2014

Chisholm s 2014 Teacher of the Year! Principally Speaking: November, 2014 Principally Speaking: November, 2014 I hope this newsletter finds you well and enjoying the beautiful fall weather that we ve been enjoying lately. The temperatures are getting cooler, the days are shorter,

More information

Honokaa-Kealakehe- Kohala-Konawaena. Senior Exit Plans Survey Complex Area Summary Report 2007

Honokaa-Kealakehe- Kohala-Konawaena. Senior Exit Plans Survey Complex Area Summary Report 2007 Honokaa-Kealakehe- Kohala-Konawaena Senior Exit Plans Survey Complex Area Summary Report 2007 Department of Education Systems Accountability Office (SAO) System Evaluation and Reporting Section (SERS)

More information

Memphis School of Excellence

Memphis School of Excellence Memphis School of Excellence Tuition-Free Exemplary College Preparatory School Excellence & Equity in Science & Education www.sememphis.org Mission: The mission of the Memphis School of Excellence (MSE)

More information

Idyllwild Arts Class of 2015 College Acceptances

Idyllwild Arts Class of 2015 College Acceptances Idyllwild Arts Class of 2015 College Acceptances Schools listed in bold indicate IAA student matriculation. Numbers in parentheses represent the number of IAA students accepted. Alfred University American

More information

College Prep Summer Programs For High School Students

College Prep Summer Programs For High School Students College Prep Summer Programs For High School Students IN STATE: UCLA Summer Scholars http://www.summer.ucla.edu/financialaid/hsscholarship.cfm 4/1/2013 A limited number of full and partial scholarships

More information

Pre-K-8th Grade Christian Education

Pre-K-8th Grade Christian Education Pre-K-8th Grade Christian Education We believe your child s first school experience is important in shaping his heart and mind for a lifetime of learning. Therefore, our pre-kindergarten and kindergarten

More information

FALL COUNSELOR. Workshops

FALL COUNSELOR. Workshops Welcome to the series of Fall Counselor! These free sessions are designed to help school counselors with important program developments for the new school year. They are also an opportunity to hear from

More information

Sales Taxation of Admission to Cultural Events Across the U.S. September 28, 2009

Sales Taxation of Admission to Cultural Events Across the U.S. September 28, 2009 Sales Taxation of Admission to Cultural Events Across the U.S. September 28, 2009 The 2009-10 Pennsylvania state budget agreement announced in principle by the lawmakers includes a proposal to eliminate

More information

Parent Involvement Handbook

Parent Involvement Handbook Charter School Parent Involvement Handbook The Villages Charter School The Villages, FL www.tvcs.org Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's

More information

Where our IB Diploma Program Graduates Went

Where our IB Diploma Program Graduates Went Where our IB Diploma Program Graduates Went Class of 2015 California Polytechnic State University Carol Davila University of Medicine & Pharmacy (Romania) Colorado School of Mines Colorado State University

More information

2013 Phoenix National College Fair

2013 Phoenix National College Fair 2013 Phoenix National College Fair Adams State University American University Arizona Christian University Arizona State University Augustana College Azusa Pacific University Baylor University Belmont

More information

GLAZER FAMILY FOUNDATION

GLAZER FAMILY FOUNDATION GLAZER FAMILY FOUNDATION VISION PROGRAM Since 2006, the Glazer Family Foundation Vision Program has helped detect and correct vision problems for Central Florida s most underprivileged youth through on-site

More information

Santa Susana High School Counseling: Preparing for a Brighter Future: College Handbook Author: Miss Jillian Bischoff/Counselor

Santa Susana High School Counseling: Preparing for a Brighter Future: College Handbook Author: Miss Jillian Bischoff/Counselor Santa Susana High School Counseling: Preparing for a Brighter Future: College Handbook Author: Miss Jillian Bischoff/Counselor Putting the College Process into Perspective The primary focus of your early

More information

Register Your High School for Arizona Poetry Out Loud. Arizona Department of Education Student Artwork Competition. Volume 9, Issue 10 2011

Register Your High School for Arizona Poetry Out Loud. Arizona Department of Education Student Artwork Competition. Volume 9, Issue 10 2011 Volume 9, Issue 10 2011 This online newsletter from the Arts Learning Department at the Arizona Commission on the Arts intends to provide you with current, important information from the Arts Learning

More information

Private Day School San Juan Capistrano, California

Private Day School San Juan Capistrano, California Capistrano Valley Christian Schools Private Day School San Juan Capistrano, California Since the start in 1973 Capistrano Valley has been preparing the Christian leaders of tomorrow for life after high

More information

GUIDANCE NEWSLETTER September 11, 2015

GUIDANCE NEWSLETTER September 11, 2015 GUIDANCE NEWSLETTER September 11, 2015 COLLEGE APPLICATIONS GENEREAL INFORMATION Each issue of the guidance newsletter will highlight important information we receive in the school counseling office that

More information

How many schools should I apply to?

How many schools should I apply to? How many schools should I apply to? Navigating the College Application Process just remember it s still September! DA VINCI SCIENCE COLLEGE COUNSELING The following statistics are based on the final transcript

More information

There is a good option for each student!

There is a good option for each student! January 2015 57% of students graduate in 6 years from college, 36.4% graduate in 4 years! National survey shows that college students graduate with an average debt of about $27,000. Why attend college?

More information

University Your selection: 169 universities

University Your selection: 169 universities University Your selection: 169 universities Level of study: bachelor, master Regions: United States, compareuni T eaching & Learning Research Knowledge T ransf er International Orientation Regional Engagement

More information

Sullivan High School

Sullivan High School Home of the Golden Arrows Sullivan High School 902 N Section St., Sullivan, IN 47882 April/May 2014 From the Principal s Desk As the 2013-2014 school year comes to a close, it is time to say goodbye to

More information

Private Boarding School North Broward, Florida. North Broward Preparatory School

Private Boarding School North Broward, Florida. North Broward Preparatory School North Broward Preparatory School Private Boarding School North Broward, Florida North Broward Preparatory School delivers a distinctive, challenging and enriched college preparatory educational experience

More information

NINETEENTH ANNUAL SANTA ANA COUNTRY CLUB - MONDAY, MAY 6, 2013

NINETEENTH ANNUAL SANTA ANA COUNTRY CLUB - MONDAY, MAY 6, 2013 Marchant s mother committed suicide when he was eight years old. His father died in prison at age twelve. He went to live with his 88- year-old grandmother whose health was failing. Marchant found himself

More information

Getting Ready for College 9 th grade. Maranatha High School

Getting Ready for College 9 th grade. Maranatha High School Getting Ready for College 9 th grade Maranatha High School Overview Link between academics and college Introduction to various campus and online resources Understand Maranatha s expectations for freshmen

More information

CITRUS HIGH SCHOOL VOLUME 30 ISSUE 27

CITRUS HIGH SCHOOL VOLUME 30 ISSUE 27 Citrus High School is committed to challenging its students to maximize their potential by utilizing innovative instructional practices while maintaining a safe and nurturing environment. CITRUS HIGH SCHOOL

More information

Torrance High School. Public School District Torrance, California. School Facts. Student Population. Number of Students. Grades.

Torrance High School. Public School District Torrance, California. School Facts. Student Population. Number of Students. Grades. www.annoallestero.it new lands srl roma tel +39 0644292480 booking@annoallestero.it Torrance High School Public School District Torrance, California Shown as a location in many films and TV shows, Torrance

More information

endowment program the university of georgia

endowment program the university of georgia For more information on how you can perpetuate the greatness and ensure the future of the University of Georgia Athletic Association, please contact: The Georgia Bulldog Club University of Georgia Athletic

More information

School Profile SEPTEMBER 2014 - JUNE 2015. Rhodora J. Donahue Academy

School Profile SEPTEMBER 2014 - JUNE 2015. Rhodora J. Donahue Academy School Profile SEPTEMBER 2014 - JUNE 2015 Rhodora J. Donahue Academy CHRISTUM NOVISSE VIRTUTEM CONTENDERE ENCOUNTERING CHRIST AND PURSUING EXCELLENCE IN ALL THINGS Head of School: Mrs. Regina Code Assistant

More information

TRECA Digital Academy

TRECA Digital Academy TRECA Digital Academy S P R I N G 2 0 1 3 Graduation is the Goal! TRECA Digital Academy inspires students to achieve excellence through customized educational experiences. Save the dates! OAA, grades 3-8

More information

ARLINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS FINE ARTS APPRENTICE PROGRAM. Information Meeting Wednesday, February 26 th @ 6:00 pm

ARLINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS FINE ARTS APPRENTICE PROGRAM. Information Meeting Wednesday, February 26 th @ 6:00 pm ARLINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS FINE ARTS APPRENTICE PROGRAM Information Meeting Wednesday, February 26 th @ 6:00 pm WHAT IS THE FINE ARTS APPRENTICE PROGRAM? Pass/Fail class for selected high school students

More information

NASPAA s Research Universities Report 3/4/16

NASPAA s Research Universities Report 3/4/16 NASPAA s Research Universities Report 3/4/16 Data Source: 2014-2015 NASPAA Annual Data Report N= 109 schools, 120 programs 70% of Research Universities Fall 2015 Current Enrollment 15552 students Average

More information

2016 SCHOLARSHIP GUIDE

2016 SCHOLARSHIP GUIDE 2016 GUIDE FULL SAIL UNIVERSITY GUIDE PURSUING YOUR EDUCATION At Full Sail University, we understand that deciding where and how to pursue higher education is an important and life-changing decision. This

More information

Who should attend? ALL San Luis Obispo County high school students and their parents.

Who should attend? ALL San Luis Obispo County high school students and their parents. College Night 2015 Frequently Asked Questions When is College Night 2015? Monday, November 2, 2015 Where is College Night 2015? Cuesta College, San Luis Obispo Campus School Representatives will be in

More information

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA MARSHALL SCHOOL OF BUSINESS TRAVEL REPORT PHAM QUYNH TRANG (288961) 1 CONTENT I. Preparation for exchange studies...3 1. General.3 2. Before the exchange.3 3. After arriving...4

More information

Robert Crown Law Library Legal Research Paper Series

Robert Crown Law Library Legal Research Paper Series Ranking of Top Law Schools 1987-2009 By US News & World Report Compiled by J. Paul Lomio, Erika V. Wayne, & George D. Wilson Robert Crown Law Library Research Paper No. 20 April 2008 Robert Crown Law Library

More information

Education Programs Press Kit

Education Programs Press Kit Education Programs Press Kit Click on headings below to go directly to a specific page of the press kit. 1. Two Millionth Student Press Release 2. Education Programs Fact Sheet 3. Education by the Numbers

More information

FITNESS AND ATHLETICS AND THE AVENUES CHELSEA PIERS PARTNERSHIP

FITNESS AND ATHLETICS AND THE AVENUES CHELSEA PIERS PARTNERSHIP FITNESS AND ATHLETICS AND THE AVENUES CHELSEA PIERS PARTNERSHIP AVENUES FITNESS AND ATHLETICS Sports, fitness and wellness are central to Avenues mission. By providing numerous opportunities for physical

More information

For the Children s Museum of Phoenix SPONSORSHIP PACKET. Presented By:

For the Children s Museum of Phoenix SPONSORSHIP PACKET. Presented By: SPONSORSHIP PACKET Presented By: Sponsored By: Your donation benefits educational programs at the Children s Museum of Phoenix First Annual Kids at Heart Dinner Event Information When: Saturday, April

More information

2015 Media Planning Handbook

2015 Media Planning Handbook 2015 Media Planning Handbook Promoting the U.S. Professors of the Year Award www.usprofessorsoftheyear.org 2015 U.S. PROFESSORS OF THE YEAR MEDIA PLANNING HANDBOOK 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS Capitalizing on Award

More information

HIGH SCHOOL OPTIONS FAQ s

HIGH SCHOOL OPTIONS FAQ s HIGH SCHOOL OPTIONS FAQ s High School Options - Quick Glance: pg 1 International Baccalaureate Program: pg 2 Health Sciences Academy: pg 3 Phoenix STEM Academy: pg 4 Rockingham Early College High: pg 5

More information

Best Practices of Diocesan Outreach Ministries or, Some Really Good Ideas to Make Your Program Run More Smoothly! Fall 2010

Best Practices of Diocesan Outreach Ministries or, Some Really Good Ideas to Make Your Program Run More Smoothly! Fall 2010 presents Best Practices of Diocesan Outreach Ministries or, Some Really Good Ideas to Make Your Program Run More Smoothly! Fall 2010 Fall 2010 Dear Outreach Ministry Leaders, is so pleased to offer you

More information

Schedule changes are now complete. Your student s schedule should remain the same until Christmas break.

Schedule changes are now complete. Your student s schedule should remain the same until Christmas break. OK PROMISE Parents of 8 th -10 th graders need to make sure their student is signed up for OK Promise. This is the program that offers FREE college tuition for qualifying Oklahoma students. Come by the

More information

SPONSORED BY YOUR LOGO HERE. A Unique Golf Tournament during the final round of the PGA Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course

SPONSORED BY YOUR LOGO HERE. A Unique Golf Tournament during the final round of the PGA Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course SPONSORED BY YOUR LOGO HERE A Unique Golf Tournament during the final round of the PGA Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course Sunday, February 8th, 2015 7:30am Tee Time Chip In For Kids Golf

More information

COCC Credit Students Transferring to a 4-Year Institution the Academic Year Following COCC Enrollment

COCC Credit Students Transferring to a 4-Year Institution the Academic Year Following COCC Enrollment COCC Credit Students Transferring to a -Year Institution the Academic Year Following COCC Enrollment COCC students enrolled f or at least credit during the academic year, including high school students,

More information

St. Joseph Catholic School. Inside. Excellence with God in Mind. March 16th, 2013

St. Joseph Catholic School. Inside. Excellence with God in Mind. March 16th, 2013 215 S. Craycroft Rd. Tucson, Arizona 85711 747-3060 FAX 747-2024 www.stjosephtucson.org March 16th, 2013 Inside March Activities - Front Page First in Math Announcements Page 1 CTSO FAIR registration Page

More information

Decline Admission to Boston College Law School - Fall 2016

Decline Admission to Boston College Law School - Fall 2016 Decline Admission to Boston College Law School - Fall 2016 We are sorry to hear that you will not be attending Boston College Law School. Please complete and submit this form to formally decline your admission

More information

John Y. Gotanda has been dean of Villanova University School

John Y. Gotanda has been dean of Villanova University School 10 Questions for John Y. Gotanda Dean, Villanova University School of Law and Boston before joining the Villanova faculty in 1994. Courtenay R. Dunn: How is law school different than it was 15 or 20 years

More information

High School Awards & Counselor Programs

High School Awards & Counselor Programs High School Awards & Counselor Programs Thank You. The Office of Admissions couldn t do what it does from year to year without your collaboration and connections with us. Great students come to the University

More information

Northside College Preparatory High School 5501 N. Kedzie Avenue. Chicago, Illinois 60625 Telephone (773) 534-3954 Fax (773) 534-3964

Northside College Preparatory High School 5501 N. Kedzie Avenue. Chicago, Illinois 60625 Telephone (773) 534-3954 Fax (773) 534-3964 Northside College Preparatory High School 5501 N. Kedzie Avenue. Chicago, Illinois 60625 Telephone (773) 534-3954 Fax (773) 534-3964 For Immediate Release: February 23, 2015 Northside College Preparatory

More information

THE PURPLE BLAST BUILDING ON THE FOUNDATION MIXING MUSIC AND ART MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL AWARDS

THE PURPLE BLAST BUILDING ON THE FOUNDATION MIXING MUSIC AND ART MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL AWARDS BUILDING ON THE FOUNDATION Valley Lutheran School Email Blast For 05/08/2015 MIXING MUSIC AND ART Come listen to our elementary students make a joyful noise on Tuesday, May 12th at 7 p.m.! This will be

More information

Opportunity Profile for the position of: Superintendent. Contact: Barry Koops - CSES & CSI Consultant bkoops@csionline.org 339.223.

Opportunity Profile for the position of: Superintendent. Contact: Barry Koops - CSES & CSI Consultant bkoops@csionline.org 339.223. Opportunity Profile for the position of: Superintendent Contact: Barry Koops - CSES & CSI Consultant bkoops@csionline.org 339.223.2707 Who Are We? We are a school Rooted in God s Word Committed to Christian

More information

A Dynamic Learning Environment. Fostering a Community of Excellence

A Dynamic Learning Environment. Fostering a Community of Excellence Experience Los Angeles, California USA A Dynamic Learning Environment Fostering a Community of Excellence Sierra Canyon School offers a premier independent school education among the state of California

More information

2015 2016 Third Grade Room 6. Ms. Jessica Silver Jessica.Silver@nlcinc.com

2015 2016 Third Grade Room 6. Ms. Jessica Silver Jessica.Silver@nlcinc.com Welcome back! 2015 2016 Third Grade Room 6 Ms. Jessica Silver Jessica.Silver@nlcinc.com About the Teacher This is my second year at Merryhill School Calvine. I hold a Bachelors degree in Liberal Studies

More information

Upward 2015 Season Frequently Asked Questions

Upward 2015 Season Frequently Asked Questions Upward 2015 Season Frequently Asked Questions Q What grades and leagues does the program include this year? A - This year the basketball and cheerleading program includes grades K-4 th. The basketball

More information