DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / OCTOBER 16, 2019

posted Oct 16, 2019, 11:30 AM by Catherine Faulconer

Attention Seniors: The University of Lynchburg will be at WC on Thursday, October 17th at 1:00 pm for and On-Site Admission Visit and information session. Participating in the on-site admission visit gives you the chance to receive an admission decision on the spot. All interested students should apply to the University of Lynchburg prior to October 17th. Sign up in HS Guidance if you plan to attend.

Attention Seniors: The Herff Jones representative will be here on Friday, October 18th during lunches in the cafeteria, taking your senior graduation products and cap and gown orders. Please stop by and order your cap and gown. A small deposit is required with your order.

Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from James Madison University will be here on October 24th at 1:15 pm. Sign up in Guidance by October 22nd if you plan to attend this meeting

Attention 10th and 11th graders: Applications are available in guidance for the summer 2020 governor's school programs. Programs are offered in the Performing and Visual Arts, Agriculture, Academics and Foreign Language. These programs are residential programs where you live on a college campus for approximately 4 weeks. The application process is competitive and extensive. You must be a strong student academically and some programs require that you tested into a gifted program, such as Odyssey, during your school years. Testing is available for students who have not tested for a gifted program before. Please see Mrs. Dalton if you are interested in learning more about one of these programs or to request an application.

Lifetouch-Prestige will be here on Thursday, October 31st for a "last call" for seniors who have not been photographed for their senior portraits. The sign-up sheet is in the main office. Remember, you senior picture needs to be taken by Lifetouch in order to be in this year's yearbook.

Girls basketball open gym for 9-12th grade will be on Mondays and Tuesdays after school. 7th and 8th grade open gym for girls will be Wednesdays and Thursdays after school. If you have any questions, please see Coach Pritt in HS106.

Attention High School Students: Are you interested in learning more about landscaping? Would you like to learn skills that can help you get a job working outdoors next summer? Southern Landscaping has a great opportunity for you! They will be hosting landscaping workshops every Saturday from this week until March for high school students. You will receive quality training with lots of hands-on activities. The training is held in Evington each Saturday from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. and you do not need to attend training every week. Please see Mrs. Dalton if you would like more information.

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / OCTOBER 15, 2019

posted Oct 15, 2019, 7:06 AM by Catherine Faulconer   [ updated Oct 15, 2019, 11:44 AM ]

Attention Seniors: The University of Lynchburg will be at WC on Thursday, October 17th at 1:00 pm for and On-Site Admission Visit and information session. Participating in the on-site admission visit gives you the chance to receive an admission decision on the spot. All interested students should apply to the University of Lynchburg prior to October 17th. Sign up in HS Guidance if you plan to attend.

Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from James Madison University will be here on October 24th at 1:15 pm. Sign up in Guidance by October 22nd if you plan to attend this meeting.

Attention Seniors: The Herff Jones representative will be here on Friday, October 18th during lunches in the cafeteria, taking your senior graduation products and cap and gown orders. Please stop by and order your cap and gown. A small deposit is required with your order.

Attention 10th and 11th graders: Applications are available in guidance for the summer 2020 governor's school programs. Programs are offered in the Performing and Visual Arts, Agriculture, Academics and Foreign Language. These programs are residential programs where you live on a college campus for approximately 4 weeks. The application process is competitive and extensive. You must be a strong student academically and some programs require that you tested into a gifted program, such as Odyssey, during your school years. Testing is available for students who have not tested for a gifted program before. Please see Mrs. Dalton if you are interested in learning more about one of these programs or to request an application.

Lifetouch-Prestige will be here on Thursday, October 31st for a "last call" for seniors who have not been photographed for their senior portraits. The sign-up sheet is in the main office. Remember, you senior picture needs to be taken by Lifetouch in order to be in this year's yearbook.

Girls basketball open gym for 9-12th grade will be on Mondays and Tuesdays after school. 7th and 8th grade open gym for girls will be Wednesdays and Thursdays after school. If you have any questions, please see Coach Pritt in HS106.

Attention High School Students: Are you interested in learning more about landscaping? Would you like to learn skills that can help you get a job working outdoors next summer? Southern Landscaping has a great opportunity for you! They will be hosting landscaping workshops every Saturday from this week until March for high school students. You will receive quality training with lots of hands-on activities. The training is held in Evington each Saturday from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. and you do not need to attend training every week. Please see Mrs. Dalton if you would like more information.

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / OCTOBER 10, 2019

posted Oct 10, 2019, 11:37 AM by Catherine Faulconer

Congratulations to Sara Holt and Abigail Spickard for their performances at yesterday's home cross country meet. Sara placed 4th overall in the girls varsity race and Abigail came in 2nd in the JV competition.

Attention 10th and 11th graders: Applications are available in guidance for the summer 2020 governor's school programs. Programs are offered in the Performing and Visual Arts, Agriculture, Academics and Foreign Language. These programs are residential programs where you live on a college campus for approximately 4 weeks. The application process is competitive and extensive. You must be a strong student academically and some programs require that you tested into a gifted program, such as Odyssey, during your school years. Testing is available for students who have not tested for a gifted program before. Please see Mrs. Dalton if you are interested in learning more about one of these programs or to request an application.

Attention Seniors: The Herff Jones representative will be here on Friday, October 18th during lunches in the cafeteria, taking your senior graduation products and cap and gown orders. Please stop by and order your cap and gown. A small deposit is required with your order.

Lifetouch-Prestige will be here on Thursday, October 31st for a "last call" for seniors who have not been photographed for their senior portraits. The sign-up sheet is in the main office. Remember, you senior picture needs to be taken by Lifetouch in order to be in this year's yearbook.

Girls basketball open gym for 9-12th grade will be on Mondays and Tuesdays after school. 7th and 8th grade open gym for girls will be Wednesdays and Thursdays after school. If you have any questions, please see Coach Pritt in HS106.

Attention High School Students: Are you interested in learning more about landscaping? Would you like to learn skills that can help you get a job working outdoors next summer? Southern Landscaping has a great opportunity for you! They will be hosting landscaping workshops every Saturday from this week until March for high school students. You will receive quality training with lots of hands-on activities. The training is held in Evington each Saturday from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. and you do not need to attend training every week. Please see Mrs. Dalton if you would like more information.

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / OCTOBER 8, 2019

posted Oct 8, 2019, 5:32 AM by Catherine Faulconer

Attention Seniors: The Herff Jones representative will be here on Thursday, October 10th to distribute senior cap and gown packets. He will be set up from 8 - 8:30 am in the auditorium. All seniors need to plan to attend. Packets will be available in the main office after the meeting for those who are unable to attend.

The Theater Club will not be meeting today. We look forward to seeing you all next Tuesday. Have a great week!

Attention High School Students: Are you interested in learning more about landscaping? Would you like to learn skills that can help you get a job working outdoors next summer? Southern Landscaping has a great opportunity for you! They will be hosting landscaping workshops every Saturday from this week until March for high school students. You will receive quality training with lots of hands-on activities. The training is held in Evington each Saturday from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. and you do not need to attend training every week. Please see Mrs. Dalton if you would like more information.

Attention Seniors: The Harry F. Byrd, Jr. Leadership Award is now open to all seniors. The award is based on leadership, character, and duty. Award winners will receive $15,000 and there is no restriction to the use of the award. Only one student from WC may be nominated. If you wish to be considered, please see Mrs. Dalton by October 25th.

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / OCTOBER 7, 2019

posted Oct 7, 2019, 12:04 PM by Catherine Faulconer

Congratulations to the Marching Generals who competed at Franklin County High School on Saturday. The Marching Generals placed 2nd in marching, music, percussion, and color guard.

Attention Seniors: The Harry F. Byrd, Jr. Leadership Award is now open to all seniors. The award is based on leadership, character, and duty. Award winners will receive $15,000 and there is no restriction to the use of the award. Only one student from WC may be nominated. If you wish to be considered, please see Mrs. Dalton by October 25th.

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / OCTOBER 2, 2019

posted Oct 2, 2019, 9:31 AM by Catherine Faulconer

Attention Juniors and Seniors: Due to a scheduling conflict Friday afternoons college meeting with UVA has been CANCELED. We are working to hopefully reschedule this meeting for a later date.

Don't forget to bring your money and put it in the jar for the teacher you want to see Pie'd in the face at the Pep Rally. Will it be Mrs. Bullock, Mr. Davis, Mr. Adams, Miss Moore, Mrs. Cole, Ms. Goodson, Miss Hase or Mrs. Williams. Right now coach Davis is in the lead.

Attention Middle School Students: Don't forget to turn in your permission slip for the Middle School tailgate party happening after school on Friday.

Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Liberty University will be here on Thursday, Oct. 3rd at 11:00 a.m. Sign up in Guidance by Oct. 2nd if you plan to attend this meeting.

Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Mary Baldwin University (*an ALL GIRLS School) will here on Friday, Oct. 4th at 10:30 a.m. Sign up in Guidance by Oct 3rd if you plan to attend this meeting.

Attention Seniors: The Harry F. Byrd, Jr. Leadership Award is now open to all seniors. The award is based on leadership, character, and duty. Award winners will receive $15,000 and there is no restriction to the use of the award. Only one student from WC may be nominated. If you wish to be considered, please see Mrs. Dalton by October 25th.


Homecoming Spirit Week 2019 is next week! Start planning your outfits now!! Look for posters around school for ideas on how to dress up and show your school spirit!

‘Merica Monday – Come decked out in your Red, White, and Blue!

Tropical Tuesday – Let’s convert WC to a tropical island!

Way-out Wednesday – Dress like a hippie or wear all the tie dye you can find!

Throwback Thursday – Wear your best 80’s or 90’s outfit!

Friday – On game day we wear Blue and Grey!


Lifetouch will be here on Monday, Oct. 7th to take underclassmen re-take pictures.

Attention Seniors who will be enrolling in college in 2020:  On Saturday, October 5th, we will be hosting a free College Financial Aid workshop in the library from 9 - 11 a.m. This is an event for seniors and at least one parent. At this workshop parents may bring their 2018 tax information and receive help completing their FAFSA application. All students and parents must request a FSA ID number at least 4 days in advance of this workshop. Sign up in HS Guidance if you plan to attend this meeting!

Attention 10th and 11th graders: The PSAT's will be held on October 16th. ALL 10th graders will be taking this test for free and DO NOT need to sign up. Any 11th grader who would also like to take the PSAT MUST sign up in the Guidance Office by Wednesday, October 4th. The cost for 11th graders to test is $17. However, some fee waivers are available on a first come, first serve basis. 11th graders should take the PSAT if they are college bound as it also serves as a scholarship competition and prepares for the SAT's in the spring. Please see Mrs. Faulconer in the counseling office to register. Be aware that there is no make-up testing date for the PSAT's.

The SAT's (without the essay) will be offered for free to all seniors on Wednesday, October 16th. Signing up is easy! All seniors need to do is come by the school counseling office to sign up. You DO NOT need to sign up using a Collegeboard account. All seniors need to sign up by October 4th. This is a great opportunity to take your SAT's without having to test on a Saturday and will save you $49. Sign up today!!

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / OCTOBER 1, 2019

posted Oct 1, 2019, 11:18 AM by Catherine Faulconer

Don't forget to bring your money and put it in the jar for the teacher you want to see Pie'd in the face at the Pep Rally. Will it be Mrs. Bullock, Mr. Davis, Mr. Adams, Miss Moore, Mrs. Cole, Ms. Goodson, Miss Hase or Mrs. Williams. Right now coach Davis is in the lead.

Attention Middle School Students: Don't forget to turn in your permission slip for the Middle School tailgate party happening after school on Friday.

Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Liberty University will be here on Thursday, Oct. 3rd at 11:00 a.m. Sign up in Guidance by Oct. 2nd if you plan to attend this meeting.

Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Mary Baldwin University (*an ALL GIRLS School) will here on Friday, Oct. 4th at 10:30 a.m. Sign up in Guidance by Oct 3rd if you plan to attend this meeting.

Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from the University of Virginia will be here on Friday, Oct. 4th at 2:15 p.m. Sign up in Guidance if you plan to attend this meeting.

Attention Seniors: The Harry F. Byrd, Jr. Leadership Award is now open to all seniors. The award is based on leadership, character, and duty. Award winners will receive $15,000 and there is no restriction to the use of the award. Only one student from WC may be nominated. If you wish to be considered, please see Mrs. Dalton by October 25th.


Homecoming Spirit Week 2019 is next week! Start planning your outfits now!! Look for posters around school for ideas on how to dress up and show your school spirit!

‘Merica Monday – Come decked out in your Red, White, and Blue!

Tropical Tuesday – Let’s convert WC to a tropical island!

Way-out Wednesday – Dress like a hippie or wear all the tie dye you can find!

Throwback Thursday – Wear your best 80’s or 90’s outfit!

Friday – On game day we wear Blue and Grey!


Lifetouch will be here on Monday, Oct. 7th to take underclassmen re-take pictures.

Attention Seniors who will be enrolling in college in 2020:  On Saturday, October 5th, we will be hosting a free College Financial Aid workshop in the library from 9 - 11 a.m. This is an event for seniors and at least one parent. At this workshop parents may bring their 2018 tax information and receive help completing their FAFSA application. All students and parents must request a FSA ID number at least 4 days in advance of this workshop. Sign up in HS Guidance if you plan to attend this meeting!

The ACE Team is back! If you are in the 8th-12th grade and want to be a part of a faced paced quiz team, sign up outside of Mr. McWilliams room.

Attention 10th and 11th graders: The PSAT's will be held on October 16th. ALL 10th graders will be taking this test for free and DO NOT need to sign up. Any 11th grader who would also like to take the PSAT MUST sign up in the Guidance Office by Wednesday, October 4th. The cost for 11th graders to test is $17. However, some fee waivers are available on a first come, first serve basis. 11th graders should take the PSAT if they are college bound as it also serves as a scholarship competition and prepares for the SAT's in the spring. Please see Mrs. Faulconer in the counseling office to register. Be aware that there is no make-up testing date for the PSAT's.

The SAT's (without the essay) will be offered for free to all seniors on Wednesday, October 16th. Signing up is easy! All seniors need to do is come by the school counseling office to sign up. You DO NOT need to sign up using a Collegeboard account. All seniors need to sign up by October 4th. This is a great opportunity to take your SAT's without having to test on a Saturday and will save you $49. Sign up today!!

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / SEPTEMBER 30, 2019

posted Sep 30, 2019, 8:02 AM by Catherine Faulconer   [ updated Sep 30, 2019, 8:04 AM ]

Congratulations to the Marching Generals who competed at the 42nd annual Dixie Classic at George Washington High School on Saturday. They won 2nd Place Drum Major, 2nd Place Percussion, 3rd Place Music, 3rd Place Marching, 3rd Place Color Guard and 3rd Overall for the day!

Attention Seniors: The Harry F. Byrd, Jr. Leadership Award is now open to all seniors. The award is based on leadership, character, and duty. Award winners will receive $15,000 and there is no restriction to the use of the award. Only one student from WC may be nominated. If you wish to be considered, please see Mrs. Dalton by October 25th.

Homecoming Spirit Week 2019 is next week! Start planning your outfits now!! Look for posters around school for ideas on how to dress up and show your school spirit!

‘Merica Monday – Come decked out in your Red, White, and Blue!

Tropical Tuesday – Let’s convert WC to a tropical island!

Way-out Wednesday – Dress like a hippie or wear all the tie dye you can find!

Throwback Thursday – Wear your best 80’s or 90’s outfit!

Friday – On game day we wear Blue and Grey!


Lifetouch will be here on Monday, Oct. 7th to take underclassmen re-take pictures.

The 2020 General yearbook will be on sale for $45.00, with an additional charge of $5.00 with your name on it, through September 30th. After that date, the price will go up to $55.00.

Attention Theater Club Members: The first theater meeting will be held after school on Tuesday, October 1st from 3-5 p.m. You may attend this meeting even if you did not attend the interest meeting as long as you speak to Ms. Hase or Mr. McWilliams beforehand.


Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Liberty University will be here on Thursday, Oct. 3rd at 11:00 a.m. Sign up in Guidance by Oct. 2nd if you plan to attend this meeting.

Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Mary Baldwin University (*an ALL GIRLS School) will here on Friday, Oct. 4th at 10:30 a.m. Sign up in Guidance by Oct 3rd if you plan to attend this meeting.

Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from the University of Virginia will be here on Friday, Oct. 4th at 2:15 p.m. Sign up in Guidance if you plan to attend this meeting.


Attention Seniors who will be enrolling in college in 2020:  On Saturday, October 5th, we will be hosting a free College Financial Aid workshop in the library from 9 - 11 a.m. This is an event for seniors and at least one parent. At this workshop parents may bring their 2018 tax information and receive help completing their FAFSA application. All students and parents must request a FSA ID number at least 4 days in advance of this workshop. Sign up in HS Guidance if you plan to attend this meeting!

The ACE Team is back! If you are in the 8th-12th grade and want to be a part of a faced paced quiz team, sign up outside of Mr. McWilliams room.

Attention 10th and 11th graders: The PSAT's will be held on October 16th. ALL 10th graders will be taking this test for free and DO NOT need to sign up. Any 11th grader who would also like to take the PSAT MUST sign up in the Guidance Office by Wednesday, October 4th. The cost for 11th graders to test is $17. However, some fee waivers are available on a first come, first serve basis. 11th graders should take the PSAT if they are college bound as it also serves as a scholarship competition and prepares for the SAT's in the spring. Please see Mrs. Faulconer in the counseling office to register. Be aware that there is no make-up testing date for the PSAT's.

The SAT's (without the essay) will be offered for free to all seniors on Wednesday, October 16th. Signing up is easy! All seniors need to do is come by the school counseling office to sign up. You DO NOT need to sign up using a Collegeboard account. All seniors need to sign up by October 4th. This is a great opportunity to take your SAT's without having to test on a Saturday and will save you $49. Sign up today!!

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / SEPTEMBER 27, 2019

posted Sep 27, 2019, 6:51 AM by Catherine Faulconer

Lifetouch will be here on Monday, Oct. 7th to take underclassmen re-take pictures.


Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Randolph College will be here on Monday, Sept. 30th at 10:30 am. Sign up in Guidance by Sept. 27th if you plan to attend this meeting.


The 2020 General yearbook will be on sale for $45.00, with an additional charge of $5.00 with your name on it, through September 30th. After that date, the price will go up to $55.00.


Attention Theater Club Members: The first theater meeting will be held after school on Tuesday, October 1st from 3-5 p.m. You may attend this meeting even if you did not attend the interest meeting as long as you speak to Ms. Hase or Mr. McWilliams beforehand.


Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Liberty University will be here on Thursday, Oct. 3rd at 11:00 a.m. Sign up in Guidance by Oct. 2nd if you plan to attend this meeting.

 

Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Mary Baldwin University (*an ALL GIRLS School) will here on Friday, Oct. 4th at 10:30 a.m. Sign up in Guidance by Oct 3rd if you plan to attend this meeting.

 

Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from the University of Virginia will be here on Friday, Oct. 4th at 2:15 p.m. Sign up in Guidance if you plan to attend this meeting.

 

Homecoming Spirit Week 2019 is next week! Start planning your outfits now!! Look for posters around school for ideas on how to dress up and show your school spirit!

 

‘Merica Monday – Come decked out in your Red, White, and Blue!

Tropical Tuesday – Let’s convert WC to a tropical island!

Way-out Wednesday – Dress like a hippie or wear all the tie dye you can find!

Throwback Thursday – Wear your best 80’s or 90’s outfit!

Friday – On game day we wear Blue and Grey!

 

Attention Seniors who will be enrolling in college in 2020:  On Saturday, October 5th, we will be hosting a free College Financial Aid workshop in the library from 9 - 11 a.m. This is an event for seniors and at least one parent. At this workshop parents may bring their 2018 tax information and receive help completing their FAFSA application. All students and parents must request a FSA ID number at least 4 days in advance of this workshop. Sign up in HS Guidance if you plan to attend this meeting!

 

The ACE Team is back! If you are in the 8th-12th grade and want to be a part of a faced paced quiz team, sign up outside of Mr. McWilliams room.

 

Attention 10th and 11th graders: The PSAT's will be held on October 16th. ALL 10th graders will be taking this test for free and DO NOT need to sign up. Any 11th grader who would also like to take the PSAT MUST sign up in the Guidance Office by Wednesday, October 4th. The cost for 11th graders to test is $17. However, some fee waivers are available on a first come, first serve basis. 11th graders should take the PSAT if they are college bound as it also serves as a scholarship competition and prepares for the SAT's in the spring. Please see Mrs. Faulconer in the counseling office to register. Be aware that there is no make-up testing date for the PSAT's.

 

The SAT's (without the essay) will be offered for free to all seniors on Wednesday, October 16th. Signing up is easy! All seniors need to do is come by the school counseling office to sign up. You DO NOT need to sign up using a Collegeboard account. All seniors need to sign up by October 4th. This is a great opportunity to take your SAT's without having to test on a Saturday and will save you $49. Sign up today!!

DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS / SEPTEMBER 26, 2019

posted Sep 26, 2019, 10:34 AM by Catherine Faulconer

Congratulations to Sara Holt and Abigail Spickard for their performances at yesterday's Cross-Country meet with Gretna, Dan River, Nelson, Gallileo, Chatham and Appomattox. Sara finished 8th in the women's competition and Abigail came in 2nd in the JV race and 11th overall.

Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Randolph College will be here on Monday, Sept. 30th at 10:30 am. Sign up in Guidance by Sept. 27th if you plan to attend this meeting.


The 2020 General yearbook will be on sale for $45.00, with an additional charge of $5.00 with your name on it, through September 30th. After that date, the price will go up to $55.00.


Attention Theater Club Members: The first theater meeting will be held after school on Tuesday, October 1st from 3-5 p.m. You may attend this meeting even if you did not attend the interest meeting as long as you speak to Ms. Hase or Mr. McWilliams beforehand.


Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Liberty University will be here on Thursday, Oct. 3rd at 11:00 a.m. Sign up in Guidance by Oct. 2nd if you plan to attend this meeting.

 

Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from Mary Baldwin University (*an ALL GIRLS School) will here on Friday, Oct. 4th at 10:30 a.m. Sign up in Guidance by Oct 3rd if you plan to attend this meeting.

 

Attention Juniors and Seniors: A representative from the University of Virginia will be here on Friday, Oct. 4th at 2:15 p.m. Sign up in Guidance if you plan to attend this meeting.

 

Homecoming Spirit Week 2019 is next week! Start planning your outfits now!! Look for posters around school for ideas on how to dress up and show your school spirit!

 

‘Merica Monday – Come decked out in your Red, White, and Blue!

Tropical Tuesday – Let’s convert WC to a tropical island!

Way-out Wednesday – Dress like a hippie or wear all the tie dye you can find!

Throwback Thursday – Wear your best 80’s or 90’s outfit!

Friday – On game day we wear Blue and Grey!

 

Attention Seniors who will be enrolling in college in 2020:  On Saturday, October 5th, we will be hosting a free College Financial Aid workshop in the library from 9 - 11 a.m. This is an event for seniors and at least one parent. At this workshop parents may bring their 2018 tax information and receive help completing their FAFSA application. All students and parents must request a FSA ID number at least 4 days in advance of this workshop. Sign up in HS Guidance if you plan to attend this meeting!

 

The ACE Team is back! If you are in the 8th-12th grade and want to be a part of a faced paced quiz team, sign up outside of Mr. McWilliams room.

 

Attention 10th and 11th graders: The PSAT's will be held on October 16th. ALL 10th graders will be taking this test for free and DO NOT need to sign up. Any 11th grader who would also like to take the PSAT MUST sign up in the Guidance Office by Wednesday, October 4th. The cost for 11th graders to test is $17. However, some fee waivers are available on a first come, first serve basis. 11th graders should take the PSAT if they are college bound as it also serves as a scholarship competition and prepares for the SAT's in the spring. Please see Mrs. Faulconer in the counseling office to register. Be aware that there is no make-up testing date for the PSAT's.

 

The SAT's (without the essay) will be offered for free to all seniors on Wednesday, October 16th. Signing up is easy! All seniors need to do is come by the school counseling office to sign up. You DO NOT need to sign up using a Collegeboard account. All seniors need to sign up by October 4th. This is a great opportunity to take your SAT's without having to test on a Saturday and will save you $49. Sign up today!!

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