• All State Choirs

    We have three students all three who qualified to audition for this years All State Choirs be selected:

    Juniors Jena Calderon and Juliana Shryock were selected into to All State Women's Choir and freshman, Braden Hall was selected into the All Stats Men's Choir. 

    This process involves taking a musicianship exam, then an individual sight singing assessment before two choral directors. The students then come back a month later and audition on excerpts from the very difficult music. Literally around 15,000 choral students in the state try and only 600 are chosen. I am so proud of these students who worked so hard for this accomplishment. Their concerts take place at the Straz Center on January 14th and 15, 2022.  If anyone of you would like to attend, please let me know and I will be happy to provide


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  • The Shark Encounter

    Issue No. 4| November 2021

    The Shark Encounter Issue No. 4

    Issue No. 3| October 21st, 2021

    The Shark Encounter Issue No. 3

    Issue No. 2| October 14th, 2021

    The Shark Encounter Issue No. 2

    Issue No. 1| September 20th, 2021

    The Shark Encounter Issue No. 1


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  • Congratulations to our winners of this year's Excellence in Education award recipients!

    Our Teacher of the Year is Mrs. Anya Tracy, a social studies teacher specializing in psychology.


    Our Ida S. Baker Diversity Educator of the Year is Mrs. Kelli Russo, our ESE specialist who works tirelessly to support the needs of all of our students in an inclusive environment.


    Finally, our Instructional Support Person of the Year is Mrs. Taquanda Carlton, one of our front office staff who wears numerous hats in addition to her role as AP for Administration Secretary.


    We are proud of these folks' contributions to our school community.

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  • United States Senate Youth Program

    Junior and Senior Students & Parents,

    The United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP) is a unique educational experience for outstanding high school students and an opportunity for motivated student leaders to have direct contact with the highest-level elected and appointed officials in the nation. The USSYP mission is to encourage the best and brightest students in America's high schools to pursue careers in public service.


    Each year, two student leaders from each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) spend a week in Washington, D.C., experiencing their national government in action. The United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP) 60th Annual Washington Week will be held March 5–12, 2022.


    In addition, students selected to attend will each receive a $10,000 undergraduate college scholarship. Students may qualify to apply through leadership positions they currently hold per the USSYP official criteria for the current academic year. All student leadership qualifying positions are subject to the judgment of the state selection n administrator and will be verified and confirmed.

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  • TOTS - Trick or Treat Street


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