Seniors poured into the media center to take advantage of counselor help and the opportunity to apply for free to Spartanburg Community College
Create a short film (two minutes, thirty seconds) about a South Carolina state park. The entry must follow the theme Come Out & Play, have a shot of a SC State Park sign, and one scene must be at a SC State Park. Be creative. Tell a story! Winning entries get screened at film programs across the street, and winners get cash prizes. For details, see the South Carolina Young Filmmaker’s Project webpage.
Susan Myers visited Donovan Brooks’s English classes on Monday, October 25th. She talked about challenged and banned books, explained the difference between challenged and banned, shared statistics, and went over a recent ban in South Carolina. Students were very engaged and enjoyed talking about the shades of grey that occur with allowing access to literature.
From 8:15-3:00 on Thursday, October 27th, college admissions counselors along with the SHS counselors will be assisting seniors with completing (and hopefully submitting) one or more online college applications. The $3 transcript fee will be waived for THIS DAY ONLY for all submitted applications. The $25 application fee for Spartanburg Community College is also waived for this event only. Participating seniors will have a chance to win door prizes from colleges and may register to win a free laptop computer. Save the date and drop in during your study hall or elective class.