…you didn’t pass a class you have two options for summer school.
1. Traditional summer school – where you sit in a lovely seat, and learn
- You can take up to two (2) classes – one in June and one in July
- Cost = $175/class (no scholarships this year for Free/Reduced lunch)
- June Session = June 8 through June 25 (classes are Monday through Thursdays, 7:45 to 12:05 p.m.)
- July Session = July 6 through July 23 (classes are Monday through Thursdays, 7:45 to 12:05 p.m.)
- Summer School Application – English
- Summer School Application – Spanish
2. BYU Independent Study – all online, and you sit in a lovely seat at home, or in a library, and learn.
Unless you are positive about what you failed, please double check with your counselor.
The Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity at CU Boulder is offering a Balanced Man Scholarship. Due June 1!
Hey Falcons! Here is the information straight from the Wolf’s mouth:
This is from Workforce Boulder County:
Do you know any youth ages 16-21 who might benefit from a paid internship this summer, GED assistance, or scholarships for college? Workforce Boulder County’s WIA Youth Program has all these services and more. We are seeking 70 motivated youth by June 30th in order to provide them with some unique benefits and services.
Falcons there are only 14 school days left! Can you believe it? Here are a couple of reminders about all the happenings in and around SHS:
1. Advanced Placement Testing: Monday, May 4 through Friday, May 15
2. Makeup ACT for any juniors who missed on Tuesday, May 12
3. Seniors Last Day: Thursday, May 14
- Tuesday, May 19 – periods 1, 2, 3
- Wednesday, May 20 – periods 5, 6, 7
- Thursday, May 21 – periods 4 and 8