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  • Theater, Arts, News/Print Media & Communication Careers

    Interested in a career in Theater, the Arts, News/Print Media & Communication? If so, come to the Nov. 15th Lunch & Learn. You can register online from the SRMHS website under Students then College & Career services or you can pick up a form in Student Services. Deadline to register is Nov. 9th.

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  • Apprenticeship Opportunity

    Are you a junior or senior with at least a 2.8 GPA and interested in a career in engineering or manufacturing, then you may be a great candidate for a paid apprenticeship through NCTAP. See Ms. Brickhouse for more information or complete the interest form from the school website or in student services.

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  • Annual Fruit Sale

    The band is having our annual fruit sale. See any band member for catalog and prices.

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  • The College Tours

    to NC Central University and Shaw University that were scheduled for Nov. 8th and Nov. 14th are being rescheduled. Please check website for updates on the new dates.

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  • SRMHS Sweatshirts

    Authentic sweatshirts now available for pre-sale online.

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  • Application for Federal Student Aid

    Seniors, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, opens on October 1.

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  • Financial Aid Counselor

    Seniors, our financial aid counselor will be here on Mondays, from 8:30am-1:30pm, appointments can be made in student services.

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  • Senior Dues

    are now due...$35 on or before Nov 20.....$50 thereafter. See Ms. Kia Sutton in room 510 during lunch or after school.

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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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