• Mr. Scott Lyons

    Mr. Lyons Mr. Lyons received his BA in English at Florida State University and his MEd in English Education and Master in School Administration from North Carolina State University.

    Mr. Lyons served as and English teacher at Githens Middle School in Durham and Enloe Magnet High School in Raleigh.  He has also served as an assistant principal at Enloe and as principal at Ligon Middle School, Leesville Road High School and Enloe High School.

  • Principal's Summer Information and Reminders

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 7/13/2018 10:25:00 AM

    Good Afternoon Heritage Husky Families!

     

    This is Scott Lyons, principal of Heritage High School, with some important information for the 2018-2019 school year.  I will send periodic phone messages home throughout the summer and weekly messages when school starts.  If you miss the call or are unable to listen to the message, you can always see the script for the message by clicking on the Principal Messages link on the Heritage High website.

     

    If you haven’t yet received the Remind or Tweet, with the exception of students enrolled in Pre-AP English 10, students enrolled academic or honors English are no longer required to complete summer reading work.  Students enrolled in specific AP courses, particularly AP English Language and AP English Literature, still have summer reading work.  Visit the AP course pages at heritageap.weebly.com, for more details.

     

    We are aware that some students are able to view what may seem like a complete and final schedule.  At this point, the master schedule is not final.  What you see today may be different tomorrow.  Schedules will be available via Powerschool on August 15.  Final schedules will be distributed on the first day of school.

     

    Parking and off campus pass applications are now on the HHS website for juniors and seniors.  All forms are due by August 8 at 2:30pm.

     

    Students who owe a fine or need to return a book can do this Monday-Wednesday 7:00-2:30 in July. 

     

    Appointments are now open for rising seniors to schedule formal senior pictures for the yearbook.  Go to prestigeportraits.com or call 919 571-0075.

     

    Mark your calendar for the upcoming fall events:

    Class of 2018 Senior Orientation – Tuesday, August 14, 7:30am

    Freshmen/New Student Early Start Day – Wednesday, August 22, 7:00am

    Freshmen Parent/New Parent Orientation – Wednesday, August 22, 5:30pm

    Senior Info Night for Students and Parents – Tuesday, August 28, 6:30pm

    Meet the Teacher Night – Monday, September 10, 6:30pm

     

    Students and parents are asked to join class groups to receive important text message updates for programs, upcoming deadlines and student opportunities.  Text your specific class message to 81010:

     

    Freshmen/Class of 2022, text @22husky

    Sophomores/Class of 2021, text @husky21

    Juniors/Class of 2020, text @husky20

    Seniors/Class of 2019, text @husky19

     

    Start of school documents and other information will be available via the website by August 6.

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  • Principal's Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 6/8/2018 10:35:00 AM

    Seniors:

     

    The Class of 2018 Baccalaureate Service is scheduled for Sunday, June 10 at 4:00 pm at Hope Lutheran Church. All are welcome, as it is another opportunity for seniors to celebrate with family and friends.  Seniors are asked to report at 3:30 pm in cap and gown to prepare for lineup.

     

    Tuesday, June 12 is graduation day for the Class of 2018.  The ceremony begins at 8:00 pm at the Raleigh Convention Center.  Seniors should report at 6:45 pm.  Doors also open for guests at 7:00 pm.  Additional details have been posted on the senior page of the website for graduates and parents to view regarding rules, regulations and wheelchair and/or handicap access needs for the Raleigh Convention Center.  Please take time to revisit the site, even up to graduation day for any updates.  Also, WCPSS will provide live streaming of the ceremony, so that family members unable to attend can still observe.  The link will be posted on the main page of our website and is available at www.wcpss.net.

     

    Final transcripts will be sent to colleges prior to the end of June.  Seniors have indicated the school in their senior intention survey.  If the institution changes, please call extension 20646.

     

    Finally, there are still a few extra tickets remaining.  Please make your final requests today if you are still in need so that we may assist everyone with including family and friends in the big day.

     

    9th – 11th Graders:

     

    As the year is ending and summer begins, we are preparing for credit recovery summer school.  View and download applications from the academic page of the website.

     

    The summer reading and AP summer work information is posted on the Advanced Placement Page of the website.  Not all AP courses require summer work.  Students should be sure and check the specific course. 

     

    Final grades for spring semester will be visible in PowerSchool on Tuesday, June 12.  Report cards will be mailed the following week.

     

    Juniors should begin scheduling appointments for their senior portrait sitting this summer.  Prestige Portraits is now taking appointments.  You are encouraged to call (919) 571-0075 now to secure a date and time.  You should also mark your calendar for Tuesday, August 14, which will be senior orientation day.

     

    Thank you for a great academic year.  Congratulations to graduates and we look forward to 2018-2019.  Please view the website for start of school information in early August.

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  • Principal's Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 6/1/2018 1:25:00 PM

    Final exams begin on Monday.  Please check the website for the detailed exam schedule.  Students who wish to be dismissed after exams must submit the parent permission form.  Each day requires a separate form.    Keep in mind, if a student is dismissed, he/she must remain off campus and may not ride the bus home.

     

    All textbooks and books checked out from Media Center must be returned without damage or students can expect a fine to be posted.  Please encourage your child to check their room, bookbag and other areas to return everything prior to summer.

     

    Advanced Placement and English summer reading assignments are posted on the school website.  Check the academic page for the English department as well as the AP page for individual courses.  Not all AP subjects require summer reading, but students should check.  Hardcopies are also available at the Counseling Corner.

     

    If your child signed up for American Sign Language and did not pick up the notification letter, please direct him or her to Student Services.

     

    Summer school information is now available on the academic page of the school website.  If your child intends to repeat a course for credit or take a course for first time credit, he or she should view all options and consult a counselor for assistance.  Students who have registered for a summer course through NCVPS can pick up course access information from the Counseling Corner beginning Monday of next week.

     

    Juniors should begin scheduling appointments for their senior portrait sitting this summer.  Prestige Portraits is now taking appointments.  You are encouraged to call 919 571 0075 now to secure a date and time. 

     

    For seniors only:

     

    Graduation rehearsal on Wednesday, June 6 is mandatory.  Seniors should arrive by 3:15pm.  Rehearsal is for seniors cleared for graduation and staff only.  Parents, please resist the urge to attend rehearsal.  If you are driving your senior, you can may wait in another area of the convention center or visit a shop nearby.

     

    We have had numerous requests for extra graduation tickets.  We will release instructions at rehearsal for how students can request and pick up additional tickets.

     

    Seniors needing a ride to the Convention Center for rehearsal on June 6 must sign up in Student Services.  The bus will leave HHS at 2:30pm.    Seniors are expected to remain until the end of rehearsal at 5:30pm.  Graduation tickets will not be provided for seniors who leave early.

     

    The Class of 2018 Baccalaureate Service is scheduled for Sunday, June 10 at 4:00 pm at Hope Lutheran Church.  Additional details and instructions for seniors are posted on the senior page of the website.  Tickets are not required for this event but you are asked to RSVP.  All are welcome, as it is another opportunity for seniors to celebrate with family and friends.  Seniors attending should arrive with cap/gown at 3:30 pm.

     

    Additional details are now posted for seniors and parents to view regarding rules, regulations and wheelchair access needs for the Raleigh Convention Center.  Please take time to revisit the site, even up to graduation day.  Also, WCPSS will provide live streaming of the ceremony, so that family members unable to attend can still watch the ceremony.  The link will be posted on the main page of our website.

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  • Principal's Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 5/25/2018 8:20:00 AM

    Heritage Theater's production of Saturday Night Fever opens this weekend and runs through June 2nd.  Performances are on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:00 pm and also at Saturdays at 2:00 pm.   Come take a trip back to the times of bell bottoms and disco music in this singing and dancing spectacle featuring the music of the Bee Gees. Tickets can be purchased online or at the door. Visit our website for more details.

     

    The final exam schedule is now posted to the main page of our school website.  Please take a moment and review with your student.  Exams for all students begin Monday, June 4. Seniors will learn their exemption status by Friday, June 1.

     

    Students who anticipate needing to repeat a course this summer should complete the summer school application as soon as possible.  The application is available at the Counseling Corner and in Student Services.

     

    Rising seniors interested in graduating midyear should submit applications by June 8.  There will be an information session for juniors who still have questions about it or the 3 period day option on Tuesday during Husky Help in room 610.

     

    During exam week, students can leave school once their exams have ended with parent permission.  However, bus service will run at the regular time, 2:18 pm.  If a student has a way to leave campus after exams, they need to access the permission slip, which is posted to the website.

     

    For Seniors:

     

    In order to be cleared for graduation, seniors must meet all course and credit requirements, pay all fees and fines and complete the graduate intention survey.  A link to the survey is on the senior page of the website.  Parents, please do not complete this survey for your senior.  Each senior should complete it only once.  Duplicate responses for a student may create significant reporting issues.  As seniors turn in books they may want to verify with the teacher any anticipated book damage fees so that they can render payment as soon as possible. 

     

    Please begin viewing the graduation information on the senior page of the website.  It will be updated often between now and graduation day.  Information about requesting additional tickets will be posted on the senior page after graduation rehearsal.

     

    The final day of instruction for seniors is Friday, June 1.  Exam exemption policy is in effect until the end of this day.  Exams begin on Monday, June 4.

     

    Graduation rehearsal is Wednesday, June 6.  This is mandatory in order to participate in the graduation ceremony.  Seniors should plan to arrive between 3:00 pm and 3:15 pm so we may begin immediately at 3:30 pm.  Only seniors cleared for graduation and staff are allowed in the rehearsal area.  Parents, please resist the urge to attend the rehearsal, as security staff will turn all unauthorized persons away at the door.  There will be a Husky bus to transport students to the Convention Center.  The bus will leave HHS at 2:30 pm.  Interested seniors must sign up in Student Services.

     

    If you anticipate the need for wheelchair access, sign language interpreter or language translator for the graduation ceremony, email lafaison@wcpss.net with details of the need as soon as possible to ensure accommodations can be made.

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  • Principal's Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 5/18/2018 2:40:00 PM

    Course changes for 2018-2019 are due today.   As a reminder, students are asked to review this information they received weeks ago very carefully as course change request options may not be available in August.

     

    Rising seniors have the opportunity to request a reduced course load for their senior year.  Applications are available at the Counseling Corner.  Juniors must read the information carefully and do necessary post high school planning research before making the decision to submit the request.

     

    The final exam schedule is now posted to the main page of our school website.  Please take a moment and review with your student.

     

    We are seeking junior parent volunteers again to assist with our senior class night event on Wednesday, May 23.  If you can help with either set up, service or breakdown of the reception, please contact Student Services at extension 919-570-5600 extension 20701 or email lafaison@wcpss.net

     

    The annual Heritage High Awards Day ceremony will be Thursday, May 24 at 8am.  Parents are invited to share with us as we celebrate student accomplishments in and outside the classroom.     Parents of students who will receive recognition will be notified via special invitation letter in the mail.  These mailings are in the mail today.

     

    Exploring College Options will host an information session on Sunday, May 20 at 7pm at Embassy Suites in Cary for students and families wanting to know more about the admissions process for:  Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, UPenn and Stanford.  Preregistration is encouraged.  Go to exploringcollegeoptions.com.

     

    Collegewise will sponsor a college admissions event on Tuesday May 22 at NCSU Talley Center at 6:30pm.  “A Look Inside College Admissions” is an opportunity for students and parents to learn more about how colleges in the country select their freshman classes, including the most selective schools.  Preregistration is required.  The link is on the Student Services page of the website.

     

    There is another information session for those interested in Case Western Reserve, NYU and University of Rochester on Tuesday, May 22 at 7pm at Sheraton Imperial Hotel, RDU (4700 Emperor Blvd, Durham NC).  Register at go.case.edu/portal/group

     

    For Seniors Only:

     

    This is the time of year we start receiving numerous phone calls regarding senior deadlines, activities and events.  While we are always happy to help, we encourage you to first view the senior page of the website.  The senior night presentation from February is on the site, as well as the timeline.  We are beginning to post additional information regarding graduation as we receive it.  Please view this site often.  If you still need clarification for anything, feel free to contact us. 

     

    Wednesday, May 23 is a significant day for the senior class.  The day begins with the annual Senior Day, which includes class night rehearsal, yearbook distribution, senior lunch and class activities.  Honor society cords will also be distributed.  All seniors will report to the cafeteria at 7:25am for attendance and breakfast.  This is a regular school day for seniors.  An absence will have a negative affect for a student’s exam exemption status.

     

    Wednesday evening is Class of 2018 Senior Class Night.  As mentioned already, this is Part I for our graduation ceremony.  As we approach our first formal occasion for the senior class, there are a few reminders:

    1 – Doors open for guests at 5:45pm. The ceremony begins at 6:30pm. 

    2 – Seniors need to be dressed in required protocol graduation attire along with cap and gown. 

    3 – The reception is immediately following the event.

     

    All fees and fines are now due.  Seniors must satisfy this to be cleared for graduation.

     

    The senior intention survey is now available for seniors to complete.  Many have already done so in their advisory.  Parents should resist the urge to complete this survey as duplicate responses create issues in reporting to the state.

     

    The final day of instruction for seniors is Friday, June 1.  Exam exemption policy is in effect until the end of this day.  Exams begin on Monday, June 4.

     

    Graduation rehearsal is Wednesday, June 6.  This is mandatory in order to participate in the graduation ceremony.  Seniors should plan to arrive between 3pm and 3:15pm so we may begin immediately at 3:30pm.  There will be a Husky bus to transport students to the Convention Center.  The bus will leave HHS at 2:30pm.  Interested seniors must sign up in Student Services.

     

    If you anticipate the need for wheelchair access for a guest, sign language interpreter or language translator for the June 12 graduation ceremony, email dcwilliams@wcpss.net with details of the need as soon as possible to ensure accommodations can be made.

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  • Principal's Weekly Message: 5/11/18

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 5/11/2018 1:35:00 PM

    As you may have already heard, WCPSS schools will be closed on Wednesday May 16.  Although schools are closed, AP testing that day will take place as scheduled.  Students will take the exam on our campus instead of the offsite location.  WCPSS will provide transportation.  If your student is taking the AP English Language exam on Wednesday and will need to ride the bus to and from school, send an email to dcwilliams@wcpss.net.

     

    All other AP exams continue next week.  Please encourage your student to get a good night’s rest before his or her exam.  All exam information has been posted to the academic page of the website.  This includes exam locations, transportation information and more.  AP students must have read the AP bulletin and adhere to all policies and procedures.

     

    Students have one more week to submit course changes for 2018-2019.  These are due by Friday, May 18 to Student Services.  As a reminder, students are asked to review this information very carefully as course change request options may not be available in August.

     

    Rising seniors have the opportunity to request a reduced course load for their senior year.  Applications are available at the Counseling Corner.  Juniors must read the information carefully and do necessary post high school planning research before making the decision to submit the request.

     

    The final exam schedule is now posted to the main page of our school website.  Please take a moment and review with your student.

     

    We are seeking junior parent volunteers to assist with our senior class night event on Wednesday, May 23.  If you can help with either set up, service or breakdown of the reception, please contact Student Services at 919-570-5600 extension 20701 or email lafaison@wcpss.net

     

    The annual Heritage High Awards Day ceremony will be Thursday, May 24 at 8:00 am.  Parents are invited to share with us as we celebrate student accomplishments in and outside the classroom.  Parents of students who will receive a school award will be notified via a special invitation letter in the mail.

     

    Exploring College Options will host an information session on Sunday, May 20 at 7:00 pm at The Embassy Suites in Cary for students and families wanting to know more about the admissions process for:  Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, UPenn and Stanford.  .  Ninth through eleventh grade students are encouraged to take advantage of the opportunity to dialogue directly with admissions representatives from these colleges and universities.  Preregistration is encouraged.  Go to exploringcollegeoptions.com.

     

    There is another information session for those interested in Case Western Reserve, NYU and/or University of Rochester on Tuesday, May 22 at 7:00 pm at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel, RDU (4700 Emperor Blvd, Durham NC).  Register at go.case.edu/portal/group

     

    Senior Class Night and Reception will be Wednesday, May 23 at 6:30 pm.  Seniors are asked to RSVP a number of anticipated guests to lafaison@wcpss.net or call 919 570 5600 ext 20701 by Wednesday, May 16.  This is a formal occasion for seniors and they need to be dressed in required graduation attire along with cap and gown. 

     

    Wednesday, May 23 is also Senior Day, with a full list of activities for seniors for the entire day.  All seniors will report to the cafeteria at 7:25 am for attendance.  An absence will have a negative affect for a student’s exam exemption status.

     

    Please refer to all other events and dates on the senior timeline to avoid missing other senior related tasks and activities.  The final day of instruction is Friday, June 1.  Exam exemption policy is in effect until the end of this day.

     

    Seniors must pay all outstanding fees and fines by Friday, May 18.  Fines are payable in the main office before school or during lunch.  Seniors are also welcome to stop by the main office with questions about whether or not something is owed to the school.  Seniors will not be cleared for graduation unless all academic and financial responsibilities are met.

     

    If you anticipate the need for wheelchair access for a guest, sign language interpreter or language translator for the June 12 graduation ceremony, email dcwilliams@wcpss.net with details of the need as soon as possible to ensure accommodations can be made.

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  • Principal's Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 5/4/2018 1:40:00 PM

    AP exams begin on Monday, May 7 and run through May 18.  Please encourage your student to get a good night’s rest before his or her exam.  All exam information has been posted to the academic page of the website.  This includes exam locations, transportation information and more.  AP students must have read the AP bulletin and adhere to all policies and procedures.

     

    Rising seniors have the opportunity to request a reduced course load for their senior year.  Applications are available at the Counseling Corner.  Juniors must read the information carefully and do necessary post high school planning research before making the decision to submit the request.

     

    It is time to begin preparing for our whole school awards assembly on May 24.  If your student has been recognized for an accomplishment or achievement this year from a community based organization, we’d like to know about it.  Please complete the form on the Student Services page of the website.  Hardcopies are also available in Student Services.  This is due by May 4.

     

    No students should park in the greenway parking lot during school.

     

    Town of Wake Forest has selected Heritage High School to host:  2018 Fireworks Spectacular, on Tuesday, July 3rd featuring the popular Raleigh based band Crush.  Concession Volunteers Needed - See Sign Up Genius link below for details.

    http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0E45AEA722A02-july

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  • Principal's Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 4/27/2018 9:15:00 AM

    Breaking news:  Seniors cleared for graduation will be receiving 10 tickets for guests instead of 7, as originally shared.  We hope this alleviates some of your needs for accommodating family and friends.  Tickets will be distributed during rehearsal on June 6.

     

    Jostens will return on April 30 for a final delivery day for seniors to pick up graduation orders.    Those who need to place an order can do so at Jostens.com.

     

    The deadline for senior speech applications has been extended to Monday, April 30.  Typed applications can be turned in to Student Services.

     

    We are still accepting course change requests from students who have reviewed and need to make changes to their 2018-2019 course selections.  Counselors remain available during all lunches for academic advisement. 

     

    Rising seniors have the opportunity to request a reduced course load for their senior year.  Applications are available at the Counseling Corner.  Juniors must read the information carefully and do necessary post high school planning research before making the decision to submit the request.

     

    It is time to begin preparing for our whole school awards assembly on May 24.  If your student has been recognized for an accomplishment or achievement this year from a community based organization, we’d like to know about it.  Please complete the form on the Student Services page of the website.  Hardcopies are also available in Student Services.  This is due by May 4.

     

    No students should park in the greenway parking lot during school.

     

    Town of Wake Forest has selected Heritage High School to host:  2018 Fireworks Spectacular, on Tuesday, July 3rd featuring the popular Raleigh based band Crush.  Concession Volunteers Needed - See Sign Up Genius link below for details.

    http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0E45AEA722A02-july

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  • Principal's Weekly Message 4/20/18

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 4/20/2018 9:00:00 AM

    We have had a security camera put in the front of the school so that we can keep the doors locked during school hours.  Any person vising the school during school hours will need to ring the bell and someone in the main office will buzz you into the school.

     

    Ninth through eleventh grade students will receive course verifications on Friday, April 20.  Students should use this time to review and make any final changes to course selections.  The deadline for submitting course changes will be May 18.  Students should treat this opportunity with care, as it is the final phase for course selections and the last opportunity to make changes, as there may be no schedule change request open.  Counselors are available for academic advisement during this time.

     

    Rising seniors have the opportunity to request a reduced course load for their senior year.  Applications are available at the Counseling Corner.  Juniors must read the information carefully and do necessary post high school planning research before making the decision to submit the request.

     

    Jostens will return on April 30 for a final delivery day for seniors to pick up graduation orders.    Those who need to place an order can do so at Jostens.com.

     

    We have had an increase in phone inquiries regarding extra graduation ticket availability.  We will confirm availability and the process for requesting extra tickets after graduation rehearsal on June 6.  Please be sure to connect your phone to receive text message updates to receive instructions.  Text #husky18 to 81010 if you are not already receiving senior text messages.

     

    Seniors are reminded to begin paying fees/fines to be cleared for graduation.  All seniors received notices in advisory today.

     

    Students needing to make plans for summer can access the Summer Opportunities Bulletin on the Student Services page of the website.  Students can also pick up a hard copy of the application at the Counseling Corner.

     

    AP Exams will be from May 7 – 18.  AP Teachers are providing review sessions for students, regardless of whether the course was taken in fall or spring.  Students can pick up a copy of the review session details from the Counseling Corner.  It is also posted on the advanced placement page of the school website.

     

    It is time to begin preparing for our whole school awards assembly on May 24.  If your student has been recognized for an accomplishment or achievement this year from a community based organization, we’d like to know about it.  Please complete the form on the Student Services page of the website.  Hardcopies are also available in Student Services.  This is due by May 4.

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  • Principal's Weekly Message 4/13/18

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 4/13/2018 3:10:00 PM

    Third quarter report cards were distributed today.  Please remember to ask your student for this document.  You may also view third quarter averages through the Parent Portal.

     

    Wednesday, April 18, our juniors will participate in the Vehicle Injury Prevention for Very Important Person program, or “VIP”.  The program includes a morning assembly for students and an activity at 1:10 pm.  Parents may attend the afternoon activity if interested.  Students will receive information during advisory today and should share this with you.  Please ask your junior for the handout.  If a parent or student feels uncomfortable attending the assembly, please send a note giving your student permission to opt out and return to Student Services no later than Tuesday.

     

    Thursday, April 19 is our final conference night for the year.  Teachers will be available between 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm.  Appointments are limited.  Please call early to confirm your times.  The number is 919-570-5600 ext 20693.  Students are expected to attend these conferences with the parent/guardian.

     

    Ninth through eleventh grade students will receive course verifications on Friday, April 20.  Students should use this time to review and make any final changes to course selections.  The deadline for submitting course changes will be May 18.  Students should treat this opportunity with care, as it is the final phase for course selections and the last opportunity to make changes, as there may be no schedule change request open.  Counselors are available for academic advisement.

     

    Jostens will return on April 30 for a final delivery day for seniors to pick up graduation orders.    Those who need to place an order can do so at Jostens.com.

     

    We have had an increase in phone inquiries regarding extra graduation ticket availability.  We will confirm availability and the process for requesting extra tickets after graduation rehearsal on June 6.  Please be sure to connect your phone to receive text message updates with instructions.  Text @husky18 to 81010 if you are not already receiving senior text messages.

     

    Seniors are reminded to begin paying fees/fines in order to be cleared for graduation.  All seniors received notices in advisory today.

     

    Students needing to make plans for summer can access the Summer Opportunities Bulletin on the Student Services page of the website.  Students can also pick up a hard copy of the application at the Counseling Corner.

     

    AP Exams will be from May 7 – 18.  AP Teachers are providing review sessions for students, regardless of whether the course was taken in the fall or spring.  Students can pick up a copy of the review session details from the Counseling Corner.  It is also posted on the advanced placement page of the school website.

     

    It is time to begin preparing for our whole school awards assembly on May 24.  If your student has been recognized for an accomplishment or achievement this year from a community based organization, we’d like to know about it.  Please complete the form on the Student Services page of the website.  Hardcopies are also available in Student Services.  This is due by May 4.

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