Scheduling for 2017-18
Feb. 14th- Feb. 22nd- Scheduling presentations occur in Bible classes; 8th-11th grade students will make initial selections
Feb. 28th-May 10th – Students begin one on one conferences. Each student will meet with Miss Petty (8th graders will meet with Mrs. Futrell) and will go over their course selections and their four year plan.
April- Mrs. Powell returns from maternity leave and will be available for conferences with parents if one is needed.
May 31st- This is the last day that course selections can be altered
Things to keep in mind:
In order to move up a level, you must maintain an A in your current level for one semester.
Teachers are making recommendations and they will be on file in the counseling office. It is highly recommended you have a conversation with your teacher about where they think you would do well.
Summer reading in the Pre-AP and Dual Credit English may require much of you. If you don’t think you will get it done, don’t sign up for those classes. AP Chemistry and AP Physics are also courses that require summer preparation.
Hardin-Simmons University will be on our campus on February 8th during FLEX. All high school students and their parents are welcome to attend this information session!
Juniors are recommended to start in the spring, but you need to sign up NOW!
Opportunities for Students
Early Dedication to Medical Education – Texas Tech
To learn more about our program, click here: www.ttuhsc.edu/som/admissions/edme
Saturday, April 8th is the annual Future Healthcare Professionals Experience (FHPE). There will be a light breakfast and full lunch for all in attendance. This event is HUGE with participants from all over West Texas coming to learn more about HSC schools (Medicine/Nursing/Pharmacy/GSBS/Health Professions). Each of the schools will have fun workshops, interactive sessions, and plenty of FREE giveaways!
*Registration opened on February 1st. Each individual participant must register in order to receive their FREE bag of promo items. To register, click here: http://www.ttuhsc.edu/studentservices/futurehealthcareexperience.aspx
Summer STEM Program at the U.S. Naval Academy
Science Technology Engineering Mathematics
Engineering is all about creating, building, and making things better! So what does it take to be an engineer? If you like math and science, you are off to a great start. If you enjoy discovering new things, solving problems, and learning how things work - even better! Our summer program will be a great start to your career in science and engineering.
2017 SESSION DATES*
Session 1: Rising 9th Graders
June 5 - 10
Session 2: Rising 10th Graders
June 12 - 17
Session 3: Rising 11th Graders
June 19 - 23