• Sep302015

    POSTED AT 04:09 PM

    Seniors are you interested in a degree in Textiles from North Carolina State University? Below is information about some valuable scholarship opportunities. One way to be eligble for these scholarships is to let me (Mrs Porter) know so that the scholarships committee can nonominate you! Please let me know by October 19th of your interest. You can also self nominate. 


    Up to eight of the Centennial Scholarships are valued at $60,000 (over four years). These scholarships will cover approximately 70% of the basic in-state costs of attending NC State University.  One component that makes this scholarship program unique is that each Centennial Scholar will also have access to a $7,500 enrichment fund.  The enrichment fund is designed to provide funding for our Scholars to participate in a variety of leadership, language immersion, career exploration and international Textile-related programs that will complement their study of Textiles. 

     


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    Sep242015

    POSTED AT 08:19 AM

    Monday, October 19th at 6:00 pm at the NC National Guard HQ in Raleigh. 1636 Gold Star Drive, Raleigh, NC
    Interested students should contact Rick DeMoya at rgdemoya@gmail.com

    Tuesday, October 20th at 6:00 pm at the Jack Britt HS Auditorium in Fayetteville.  7403 Rock Fish Road, Fayetteville, NC
    Interested student should contact Mary Baumeister at marybaumeister@yahoo.com
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    Sep222015

    POSTED AT 09:31 AM

    We will be presenting a College 101 Workshop for senior parents on September 24th in the PGHS Media Center at 7:30 on September 24th. The topics that will be covered are: 
    • Applying to College
    • Taking the ACT SAT tests
    •  Finding Scholarships
    • Timeline for the Senior Year

      This is the first of 3 senior parent workshops this year! 
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    Sep112015

    POSTED AT 02:15 PM

    The Office of Admissions at ASU would like current minority high school seniors to consider applying for Appalachian’s Multicultural Prospective Student Day. This free  one-day event will be held on Friday, October 9th, 2015. Multicultural Prospective Student Day gives 70 select students a first-hand view of Appalachian. Participants will experience our beautiful location and learn about our strong academic programs, merit-based scholarships, engage with faculty, meet current students, and apply for admission.

    Criteria for selection:
    •3.7 cumulative weighted grade point average
    •1100 SAT (critical reading and math) or 22 ACT (composite)
    •Students can be considered on weighted GPA alone

    Transportation: will be provided from the following locations in NC
    •Charlotte, NC
    •Greensboro, NC
    •Winston-Salem, NC

    The online application and required forms for Multicultural Prospective Student Day are available on our Undergraduate Admissions website. (link here)

    The deadline for students to submit their online application and supplemental documents is Friday, October 2nd, 2015. They will consider and review complete applications until all spaces are filled.

    See your counselor for details!

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    Sep112015

    POSTED AT 02:05 PM

    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 by December 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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    Sep112015

    POSTED AT 09:16 AM

    The PGHS counselors are in Ms. Bryant's classes today presenting "College 101."
    Parents will have a workshop on September 24 at 7:30 to update parents on the college process.
     
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