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  • Potential Baseball Players

    Meeting daily @ 2:45pm in room 2401 or on the Baseball field.  Please contact Coach E. Rice/ if interested.

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  • UNCCH College Awareness Program

    sponsored by Diversity and Inclusion will be held on October 20, 2017 from 11am-11:45am in the CDC. Please sign up and pick up permission slip from Mr. Lee in Student Services.

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  • Jr. Class Shirts

    on sale through 10/23. Short-sleeve $15, Long-sleeve $20, Hoodies $25. Buy from Ms. Miller in 212. Cash or money order only.

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  • Sophomore Tee Shirts

    are on sale until October 23. $16 for short sleeved , $22 long sleeved, $26 hoodie. See Ms . Kia Sutton in Room 2509.

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  • ATTN - 10th Graders

    ATTENTION ALL 10th Graders: The PreACT will be given on campus on October 24th. Watch this space for additional information!

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  • College and Career Expo

    Juniors and Seniors! Click here for our College and Career Expo held on October 26. Attire is business casual.

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  • SAT Prep Class

    November 18! Please register at or see Ms. Frazier.  Must register by November 1.

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  • Coolidge Scholarship Application

    Juniors Only: The Coolidge Scholarship Application is now available. More information at

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  • Senior Baby Pictures

    SENIORS, submit your baby pictures to yearbook. You can email them to, or bring them to room 2405. Provide full name.

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  • Poetry Club

    meets every Tuesday in Rm. 509! 2:45 -3:45 pm. Come out and hear original and published works! Share or just listen and enjoy.

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  • SRMHS Daily Announcements

    are for all students, their parents and staff. Click link to learn how to join.

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Why Choose SRMHS?

  • At SRMHS,  blending University Connections with Design, Arts & Engineering, creates a challenging and dynamic environment for all students. Emphasizing leadership and character development, along with engaging college and career pathways, students maximize their potential as global citizens and strong community leaders. Corporate and university partnerships, mentoring, and support strongly enhance this magnet theme. Through this unique 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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