• Schools closed - Wednesday, January 17
    On Wednesday, January 17, Alamance-Burlington Schools will be closed for students and staff due to inclement weather forecast.

  • Teen Volunteer

    Alamance County Libraries are looking for high school students that would like to earn volunteer hours and that are Microsoft Office Certified. The Volunteer Teen Technology Assistant Program will place high school students in the branch libraries to be available to the public for help with library or personal devices. This is a great for college and scholarship applications. See Mrs. Mitchener for more details.

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  • CAP Tour

    The CAP tour for GKN has been rescheduled to Saturday, January 27th, from 11:30am-1:30pm.

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  • Rainbow Roses Dance 

    The Williams High School GSA is happy to announce the date for this year's Rainbow Roses Dance for LGBT+ teens and their allies in Alamance County!

    The dance will be Saturday, February 10th from 7-10pm at the Community Life Center at Elon Community Church.

    For more information, see Mr. Johnson in the library.

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  • Ag Internship

    Jr. ans Sr.'s interested in a paid internship in the field of Agriculture should stop by Mrs. Mitchener's office for details.

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  • 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.

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  • Scholarship 

    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.

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