• Apr222015

    POSTED AT 08:28 AM

     High school and middle school students interested in attending a Service Academy
    are encouraged to attend.
     Representatives from the Naval, Military, Air Force, Merchant Marine and Coast
    Guard Service Academies will be available to speak with students individually.
     Congressional staff will be present to explain the nomination process.
     Family members, counselors and educators are welcome.

    Johnston County Center
    10:00 AM – 12:00 PM on Saturday, May 9, 2015
    2736 NC Highway 210 Smithfield, North Carolina
    Presentation in the Johnston County Center Auditorium
    Registration from 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
    will begin promptly at 10:00 AM

    Please RSVP to Carol Armstrong by phone (919) 938-3040 or e-mail carol.armstrong@mail.house.gov
    For more information please visit  www.rouzer.house.gov
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    POSTED AT 11:42 AM

    Splash UNC

    Splash UNC is a unique program designed for high school students to attend classes taught and created by undergraduate students each semester. These classes aim to help high school students find their passion or identify new interests, while also providing an opportunity to visit Carolina.Splash UNC is hosting its first program on April 11, and students can choose from more than 40 classes. There is a $15 program fee, but financial aid is available to students who cannot afford the fee. Email splashunc@gmail.com for more information..
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    POSTED AT 09:40 AM

    Randolph Community College will be on the PGHS campus the following
    dates to work with some of our seniors 

    April 21
     Placement testing for upcoming RCC freshmen that do not have
                       the 2.6 unweighted GPA
    April 24 FAFSA workshop for parents from 2:0o till 3:30.
                       Please email jporter@randolph.k12.nc.us to reserve
                       your time with the RCC Financial Aid Counselor 

    May 20 
    Registration for courses for their freshman year at RCC.
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