ASVAB results will be ditributed Friday, October 27 in the ROTC room at 8:10 during the Interpretation session. See Mrs. Mitchener if you have questions.
Bake Sale and Play
It doth be noble Mmmbeth's cue on NOVEMBER 1st!
Come enjoy the spoof of the "Scottish Play" at the Pamela B. Mebane Auditorium at 7PM!
ADMISSION IS FREE!!!
Bake Sale start at 6:30PM that night, and all proceeds will help fund the proficient thertre's class trip to NCTC play festival!
The Western Alamance Dance Marathon is having a meeting this Friday, October 20th, right after school in C2. Everyone is welcome! Come be apart of this amazing movement to benefit the patients and families of Duke Children's Hospital.
For the Kids!!
Basketball Tryouts are October 30th from 6-8pm and the 31st from 4-6pm.
To tryout you need an up to date physical. Physical forms can be found at the front office.
Sr.'s interested in a paid internship for 2nd semester should stop by and see Mrs. Mitchener as soon as possible.
Any student interested in being on the Prom planning committee should plan to meet with Ms. Seligman in the media center at 3:15 on Wednesday October 25th for a brief meeting.
Any ladies interested in trying out for basketball, there will be a meeting in Coach Wilborn's room D1 on Tuesday, October 24th at 3:30
North Carolina School of Science and Math
Attention all sophmores: if you are interested in attending the North Carolina School of Science and Math, the application opens this Sunday, Oct 15.
Attention Freshmen! Are you interested in learning how you can receive $15,000 scholarship towards your pathway to college? Want to go to college but not sure how to make it there? Then concider applying for the Elon Academy. The Elon Academy is a college access and success program for academically promising high school students. For more information and applications please see Mr. Hemminger in SC-4.
Western Peach Fuzz Volleyball Tournament
There will be a Western Peach Fuzz Volleyball Tournament on Tuesday, October 24th in the gym. Teams must have 6-7 male players and 1-3 female coaches. Team registration is $5 and must be turned in to Mrs. McIntyre's room (B1) by October 23rd.
Jr.'s and Sr.'s interested in the CAP (Career Accelerator Program) should stop by Mrs. Mitchener's office for more information.
North Carolina School of Science and Math
Attention all sophmores, if you are interested in attending the North Carolina School of Science and Math you must meet the following criteria:
1) Start the application process which opens October 15, 2017 and must be completed by January 15, 2018.
2) Take the SAT by December 2, 2017.
If interested, please see Mrs. Sutton in the counseling office.
Any Senior intersted in ateending a field trip to P & S Machining, please see Mrs. Mitchener.
Senior Panoramic Picture
The senior panoramic picture will take place October 20th. Bring your completed order for and payment if you plan to make a purchase. Order forms are available in E-2.
Are you 16 or older and looking for a job? Several local companies are now hiring. Stop by and see Mrs. Mitchener for details!
Make-Up Picture Day
Make-Up Picture day for Seniors, underclassmen, and staff members is October 20 in the media centers.
Superintendent Search Survey
Success By Design
The 9th annual Success By Design - Career and College Readiness Conference is happening at Graham HS on Saturday 10/21. Information about college admission, financial aid and scholarships, and more will be presented. Registration is from 8:00 A.M. until 9:00 A.M. College knowledge sessions will convene from 9:00 A.M. until 12:00 P.M. Lunch is from 12:00 to 1:00 P.M. immediately followed by a cultural event, panel discussion, and a postsecondary option gallery walk. Click here and here for more information.
Alamance CAP Apprenticeship Program Interest Meetings Scheduled
High school students and their parents are invited to attend an interest meeting about the Alamance Career Accelerator Program, a high school apprenticeship program available for high school juniors and seniors with 7 local businesses and Alamance Community College. The local businesses have developed a 4-year apprenticeship program that will offer a paid summer internship, combined with on-the-job training and a 2-year associates degree in Mechatronics from Alamance Community College, all paid for by the local company. In addition, at the end of the 4- year apprenticeship program, participating students will be offered a guaranteed job upon completion of the program. For more information about Alamance CAP, please visit their website: alamanceCAP.com
Parents and students, please make plans to attend one of the 10 upcoming interest meetings to hear local industry representatives and current apprentices share more about this outstanding career opportunity combined with a 2-year college degree. For freshmen and sophomores, this is a great opportunity to learn about options available for you when you reach the 11th and 12th grades.
Meetings will be held beginning at 6:00 pm as follows:
|Tuesday, October 3||Western High|
|Wednesday, October 4||Graham High|
|Thursday, October 5||CTEC|
|Monday, October 9||Southern High|
|Tuesday, October 10||Early/Middle College|
|Wednesday, October 11||Williams High|
|Thursday, October 12||Cummings High|
|Monday, October 16||Eastern High|
In addition, Alamance Community College will host 2 interest meetings on their campus in the school auditorium on Thursday, October 19 and Thursday, October 26, beginning at 6:00 pm.