Henry Clay High School
Reflections is an arts program that is supported and sponsored by the PTA. The categories for Reflections include: visual arts (2D and 3D), photography, dance choreography, literature, musical composition, and film production. The theme for the 2016-2017 Reflections program is “What is Your Story?” The judging is primarily based on how well the submission relates to the theme. The due date to turn in submissions to Henry Clay is Monday, October 31st. Submissions can be turned in to the office. Attached you will find both a summary of the rules , Page 1 of the student entry form, and Page 2 of the student entry form . If you have any questions please contact Julia Craven at firstname.lastname@example.org.
YEARBOOKS ON SALE!!!
Governor’s Summer Program Info- GSP/GSA/GSE
Sign up for Remind alerts: Text @hcgsp to 81010
MUST have PSAT, ACT or SAT score- Oct tests last ones accepted
See Mrs. Cain in Counseling Office if unable to attend Info Session
Application Deadline: December 1, 2016
10th & 11th graders
Sign up for Remind alerts: Text @hcgsa15-16 to 81010
Consider attending an ArtShop- registration online
Application Deadline: January 15, 2017
9th, 10th & 11th graders
Application Deadline: January 4, 2017
Juniors - Youth Salute Applications are Here!
The purpose of the program is to honor high school juniors in your community who maintain a high scholastic average and have demonstrated leadership ability. In order to be eligible for this recognition, student must:
1. Be a high school junior (Class of 2018).
2. Have at least a cumulative 3.0 GPA through the fall semester of their junior year.
3. Have held TWO leadership roles in which they were chosen by their peers or an adult leader within the past two years in school, religious or community sponsored organizations.
Students will be saluted by the local newspaper and in a photographic display at Fayette Mall and Henry Clay.
Applications will be available in the Counseling Office and due back to Mrs. Timoney by November 11, 2016.
CHECK OUT PROCEDURES FOR THE 2016-2017 SCHOOL YEAR
SENIORS AND JUNIORS that drive can be checked out by phone or by bringing a note for dismissal (contact number must be included for verification) and should be dropped off at the attendance office, first thing in the morning. Ninth and tenth grade students, (parent/guardian/authorized person) must come to the attendance office with proper ID to pick up a student. If there are health issues that make it difficult for you to come into the school, special arrangements can be made through the Principal/Attendance office.
If you have any questions you may call 381-3429, Linda Watkins
English and Spanish applications are available https://mealassistance.fcps.net/. Online applications are easier and more confidential, and produce faster results. But if you prefer, you can request a paper copy by calling (859) 381-3838 or pick one up at your child’s school.
ETS: Do you want to go to college? We can help! Do you want to go to college? We can help! Educational Talent Search is a federally funded program designed to help and support your dream of going to college. We are looking for students who are committed to going to college, who take their educations seriously, and who feel they could use some extra guidance and support through that process. For more information and an application see the Guidance Office.
Attention Parents & Students: Access PowerPoint presentations used at both College 101 events by clicking here.
Attention Volunteers: The Fayette County Public Schools volunteer application is now online. Fill out the application and help make a difference. Start the application process.
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