• Sep222015

    POSTED AT 07:45 AM

    10th Graders interested in being our school's representative for the summer H.O.B.Y. leadership program should see Mrs. Miller in Student Services for information on how to be selected. 

    HOBY’s flagship program, the State Leadership Seminar (LS) is designed to help high school sophomores to recognize their leadership talents and apply them to become effective, ethical leaders in their home, school, workplace and community.

    Students explore their own personal leadership skills while learning how to lead others and make a positive impact in their community.


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    Sep222015

    POSTED AT 07:44 AM

    Juniors interested in finding out whether they qualify to apply for NC's Governor's School summer residential program should see Mr. Brown in Student Services for more information on how to qualify.
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    Sep142015

    POSTED AT 07:28 AM

    Randolph Electric Membership Corporation will send one student to Washington, D.C. next summer for an-all-expense paid trip the week of June 11-17, 2016To be eligible, a student must be current sophomore or junior in high school. While in Washington, D.C., the REMC delegate joins other electric cooperative representatives from throughout the United States for a week of fun and learning. Here is a glance of what experiences students participate in during Youth Tour:

     

    • Participate in Youth Day, where students learn more about America's electric cooperatives;
    • Lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington Cemetery;
    • Visit Capitol Hill and meet with our North Carolina Senators and Congressmen;
    • Visit the sites of Washington, D.C. including the monuments;
    • Vist the Smithsonian museums
    • Take a boat trip down the Potomac River
    • Visit the Newseum  
    • Visit the Holocaust Museum
    • Attend an All States Dance.

     

    Please share this information with your students, church friends or anyone who may be interested in the program. More information on the tour along with applications are available at www.RandolphEMC.com. Completed applications are due byDecember 8th, 2015. For additional questions, please contact Lauren Ingold at 336-625-5177 ext. 2338 or at Lauren.Ingold@RandolphEMC.com.

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    Sep142015

    POSTED AT 07:24 AM

    Are you interested in working in the criminal 

    justice field, helping your peers, or getting volunteer hours? Teen Court is the place for you! Teen Court trains youth volunteers as attorneys and other positions in the courtroom. You are trained by actual attorneys to handle real life cases. If interested in volunteering for Teen Court please visit our website and fill out the application.

    http://www.co.randolph.nc.us/TeenCourt/default.htm 

    If you have any questions contact Terra Lataille by phone at 683-8229 or by email terra.lataille@randolphcountync.gov
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    Sep022015

    POSTED AT 10:16 AM

    Juniors are now able to sign up for the PSAT on the blue sheet outside of Student Services. This test will help prepare them for the SAT they will take in the Spring. If they have never taken it before, it will be free to a certain amount of juniors on a first come, first serve basis. They can also qualify for merit scholarships as a Junior if they score very well. Sophomores can also sign up for this exam. It will cost $15 for sophomores. Sophomores who are ahead in their math courses would be good candidates to take this exam their sophomore year. If a student has a question, have them talk to their school counselor.
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