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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Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors: The PSAT will be given in the Media Center on October 16th. The PSAT is excellent practice for the SAT, and juniors with high scores may qualify for some scholarship programs. See Ms. Manning in student services to register and pay the $17 registration fee. Contact Mr Whitehead in Rm 204 or email email@example.com with questions.
Homecoming week is October 21-October 25. Speak with your SGA class president to learn how you can get involved. Themed days are as follows: Neon Day (Monday), Character/Meme Day (Tuesday), Tye-dye Day (Wednesday), Wacky Tacky Day (Thursday), Class Shirts/School Spirit Day (Friday).
The 2019 SRMHS College and Career Expo will be held on October 18th from 9:30 am-11:30 am with more than 70 exhibitors in the Main Gym. If your 11th or 12th grade English Class meets outside this time frame please sign up by clicking on the 2019 SRMHS College & Career Expo Student Registration Link. The deadline to register and receive your admission ticket to enter is October 4th. If you have any questions please contact Ms. Manning at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seniors will take make-up pictures Tuesday, October 15. 9th-11th grade students will take make-up pictures on Tuesday, October 22.
BIG things are happening at SRMHS
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