“Always stay curious. Curiosity instills creativity.” – Aerin Lauder
Jarius Hamilton, Brian Bennett, Ross Bertram, Garrett Cline, Jackson Cooksey, Peter Fromke, Zion Hendrix, Thomas Leck, Alon Parker, & Osahon Tokunboh demonstrated COURAGE when they talked about some heavy topics during Student Life.
A message from the US library…In order to maintain a proper academic environment, students who choose to use their drop period for gaming, social media, or socializing with friends are asked to use the commons.
Attention Sophomores!! It is time to break in your boots for Outward Bound. Wear your boots Friday September 2nd and 9th – house points will be awarded!!
LAST CHANCE to submit a club proposal and get ready for Club Fair! Fill out the link: https://goo.gl/forms/nFgdTDzUcAztYmzF3 and come to our Club Leaders meeting today at lunch break (11:45-12:00) in room 510. See Dean Zelaya or Mrs. Baez if you have any questions!
There will be a meeting of students in grades 9-12 interested in playing lacrosse this spring for Cannon School on Tuesday, Aug. 30 at 11:15 am in Foundation Hall. Please grab your lunch and head over to meet with Coach Schattner to hear important information regarding the lacrosse program.
Is Honor a way of life for you? Help Honor Council this year by serving as the Honor Council intern. Follow this link to apply: https://goo.gl/forms/GNvFPqs4WSfRmRFK2 All applications due by September 2nd at 3:30pm. Please see Dean Booker or Ms. Lineberger if you have any questions.
Auditions for Cannon Theater Company are coming up fast (Aug 25-29)! Go to www.cannonschool.org/ctc to find more info and links to the audition signup, audition packet, and YouTube of the audition song.
Please use this link to fill out the Locker Selection Form. We need 100% participation!
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors: Please sign up on Family Connections to meet with College Admission Representatives from the following institutions. For a complete list of representatives visiting Cannon this semester log into Family Connections.
Haverford College – Private, Small Town, Pennsylvania, 1200 Undergrads
Gettysburg College – Private, Small Town, Pennsylvania, 2500 Undergrads
Wellesley College- Women’s College, Private, Large Town, 2300 Undergrads
Drew University – Private, Small Town, New Jersey, 1400 Undergrads
Babson College – Private, Small City/Near Boston, Massachusetts, 2100 Undergrads
Virginia Tech – Public, Large Town, Virginia, 24,200 Undergrads
Vanderbilt University – Private, Large City/Near Nashville, Tennessee, 6900 Undergrads
Hofstra University – Private, Large City, New York, 6900 Undergrads
Agnes Scott College – Colleges That Changes Lives, Private, Urban Setting, Georgia, 900 Undergrads
Randolph-Macon College – Private, Small Town/Near Richmond, Virginia, 1300 Undergrads
Davidson College – Private, Small Town/Near Charlotte, North Carolina, 1800 Undergrads
Hillsdale College – Colleges That Changes Lives, Private, Large Town, Michigan, 1400 Undergrads
University of Notre Dame – Private, Small City, Indiana, 8500 Undergrads
Rice University – Private, Large City, Texas, 4000 Undergrads
St. Lawrence University – Private, Small Town, New York, 2300 Undergrads
Tufts University – Private, Large City/Near Boston, Massachusetts, 5200 Undergrads
Vassar College – Private, Small City, New York, 2400 Undergrads
College of Charleston – Public, City, South Carolina, 10,500 Undergrads
Eckerd College – Colleges That Changes Lives, Private, Large City, Florida, 2100 Undergrads
Johnson & Wales University (Charlotte), Private, City, North Carolina, 2300 Undergrads