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  • Senior Parent Night

    February 22 at 6:00 PM is SENIOR PARENT NIGHT: Senior/Graduation information to be shared with students and parents. Meet in the Media Center.

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  • Spring Sports Meeting

    is Thursday 2-23 @ 6 pm in the Cafeteria. All spring sport student-athletes and their parent need to attend this meeting. Coaches will have individual meetings with parents and athletes after the general meeting.

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  • Talent Show Auditions

    will be on Thursday Feb. 23rd from 3pm - 4pm in the chorus room. You do not need to come both days. There is a sign-up sheet outside of Mr. King's room.

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  • AP Exam Registration

    The AP Exam windows has opened! Registration is opened from February 1, 2017 until February 28, 2017. There is a $45 late fee after February 28, 2017 to take the exam. See Ms. Poole for additional questions.

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  • Career & College Promise (CCP)

    Start to earn college credits while still in high school! Please join us on March 2 at 6:00 in the auditorium to learn more about the Career and College Promise program through Wake Tech. Register at https://www.waketech.edu/career-and-college-promise or see Ms. Frazier for additional information.

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  • Seniors

    Jostens will be on campus March 13th during all 3 lunches. They will be delivering senior products and also taking orders for those who have not ordered their cap and gown. You can still order online www.jostens.com.

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  • Greater Raleigh National College Fair

    Don't miss the The Greater Raleigh National College Fair on March 14th! Over 200 colleges will be present. All grade levels are welcome to attend. Register at www.gotomyncf.com.

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  • Lacrosse Tryouts

    Begin Monday, Feb 13 @ 3:00. If interested in trying out make sure to reach out to Coach Smith @ Michael.john.smith125@gmail.com to see what is required to tryout.

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  • Softball Tryouts

    Monday (2/13/17) at 2:45 PM. We will meet in back hall of gym. You must have updated physical in order to tryout. Please contact me in room 207 if you have any questions. Coach Watkins

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  • SRMHS Baseball Tryouts

    When: February 13th – 15th Where: SRMHS Baseball Field Time: 3pm Items needed: cleats, gloves, tennis shoes, shirts (long sleeve), current physical, proper GPA

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  • Golf Tryouts

    Tuesday February 14 from 3:00-5:30. Please report to room 508 at 2:30 on Tuesday if interested in playing golf. Physicals and paperwork must be complete and up to date.

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  • Driver's Ed

    The next SRMHS driver's ed class will be during springbreak. March 20th - 24th. 7:30 am - 2:00 pm in room 2202. The student must be 14 and half to take driver's ed. The forms are located in the front office and on the door of 2202. Go to www.jordandriving.com to register. Pay online to guarantee a spot in class.

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  • Football Workouts

    Football workouts will continue next week on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 3-4:30. If you plan on trying out in the fall you should plan on attending off-season workouts.

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  • STEM Summer Academies at Cornell University for 10th & 11th grade students

    CURIE Academy: https://sites.coecis.cornell.edu/curieacademy/
    CATALYST Academy: https://sites.coecis.cornell.edu/catalystacademy/

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  • Duke Summer College for HS Students

    Opportunities at Duke Summer College for High School Students:  http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students/summer-college-for-high-school-students"

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Serving students across Wake County, we emphasize leadership and character development, along with engaging technology applications, enabling students at Southeast Raleigh Magnet High School to maximize their potential as global citizens and strong community leaders.

Through this nationally recognized magnet model, students are provided skills training for college and the workplace that are increasingly dependent upon technology, creativity, innovations, and leadership.
 
 

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