“If you challenge people to work hard, they achieve more than they think they can.”-JB Straubel

House Standings

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Blake Tracy

Leah Sussewell  showed COURAGE when she picked up a smushed tater tot off the senior hallway floor!  Nice work, Leah!

Michael Baker demonstrated TEAMWORK when he helped a dean return a chair to its classroom.  Thanks, Michael!

Nick Whitley and Tim Bunten demonstrated TEAMWORK during a break from AP Spanish when they helped Mrs. Hurtado carry 2 chairs downstairs to the WL hall. Muchas gracias!

Sam McDermott and Patrick Dodds showed teamwork when they helped Mr. Kmidowski install theater seating in the movie room.

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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!!
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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:   All applications due by September 2nd at 3:30pm.  Please see Dean Booker or Ms. Lineberger if you have any questions.

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.

TODAYHaverford College – Private, Small Town, Pennsylvania, 1200 Undergrads

August 31st:

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

September 1st:

Babson College  – Private, Small City/Near Boston, Massachusetts, 2100 Undergrads

September 6th:

Virginia Tech – Public, Large Town, Virginia, 24,200 Undergrads

September 7th:

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

September 8th:

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

September 12th:

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

September 13th:

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

About The Dean Team

Student Life: Our passion is to know our students, create an unforgettable high school experience, celebrate student achievement; and to empower every student to know themselves, own their actions, seek adventure, conquer challenges, lead others, and pursue balance.
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