ADVISORY AGENDA 9-23

“If you feel passionate about something in your soul, continue to pursue it. Pursue it with all the love you have.” – Common

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Thank you to Olivia Reiff for going out of her way to show KINDNESS by purchasing treats for the ASL club.

Mirabella and Daphne demonstrated PASSION for their club, Young Elites, by organizing and executing a fantastic meeting!

Julia Dunn showed KINDNESS when she brought breakfast for bible study and made cookies for house meeting

Lydia Pinto and Katie Grissom showed TEAMWORK when they came to school early to work on a project with a teacher.

Megan Gularson showed courage when she picked up an Oreo cookie that had been ground into the carpet that wasn’t even hers! Thanks for keeping our hallways clean.

Abbey Redding demonstrated KINDNESS when she left her group to join another so a student would not have to work alone.  Way to go, Abbey!

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Congratulations to the newly elected Student Council representatives for the class of 2020: Carlton Bragg, Jackson Lods, and Holly Springate

Freshmen, Sophomores, and JuniorsAre you interested in learning more about colleges in California?  The College Counseling department is teaming up with area high schools to offer a Tour of California Colleges in June, 2017.  This tour will be organized by EF Tours.  A mandatory information meeting is being held at Christ the King Catholic High School, 2011 Crusader Way, Huntersville NC 28078 (right off Hwy 73 near the intersection of Poplar Tent and Hwy 73) on Tuesday, September 27th at 7:00pm.  Parents of interested students must be in attendance to learn more about the trip.  An email has gone out to all parents of 9th, 10th, and 11th graders.  If you’re interested, encourage your parent(s) to attend the meeting on September 27.

Homecoming and the Fall semi-formal are right around the corner! This year’s dance will be full of surprises and prizes as we celebrate our Cannon Community. Join DJ Phalse iD for a fabulous dance, great snacks, and a night of fun and entertainment! Tickets will go on sale Monday after class trips. The tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. You may get tickets from Student Council representatives when they come to your advisory, or you may purchase at any time from Ms. Harley or Ms. Eury.

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors: Please sign up on Family Connections to meet with College Admission Representatives from the following institutions:

TODAY:

Georgia Southern University – Public, Small City, Georgia, 18000 Undergrads

Offers more than 100 degree programs.  Largest Army ROTC in the Southeast. 

Fordham University-Private, urban, New York City, 8600 undergrads

The catholic university offers more than 60 undergraduate degrees.  Has partnerships with New York Botanical Garden & the Bronx Zoo for research opportunities. 

St. Josheph’s University-Private, suburban Philadelphia, PA, 5500 undergrads

A catholic university that offers not only 59 majors, but opportunities for internships in DC with their Washington Center.  Known for their Food Marketing program & Cooperative Education programs with their school of business.

September 26th:

The New School-Private, New York (Greenwich Village), NY, 6900 undergrads

Offering 135 degrees within its 7 schools & colleges, including the highly regarded Parsons School of Design & Mannes School of Music.

Loyola University Maryland – Private, Large City/Near Baltimore, Maryland, 4000 Undergrads

A Catholic university where 1/3 of all students choose to study business, marketing or a related field.  Grounded in the liberal arts tradition. Strong community service and study abroad programs.

Roanoke College – Private, Small City, Virginia, 2000 Undergrads

Second Lutheran-affiliated college in America.  A liberal arts college offering 34 majors & pre-professional programs such as dentistry, ministry and veterinary medicine.

September 27th:

Hendrix College           – Colleges That Changes Lives, Private, Large Town, Arkansas, 1400 Undergrads

A liberal arts college with strong sciences program. the Hendrix Odyssey program ensures that every student takes part in hands-on learning experiences such as research, study abroad, internships and service.

Northeastern University           – Private, Urban/Boston, Massachusetts, 13,500 Undergrads

The Coop program allows students to integrate periods of study with 3 to 6 month periods of full-time employment starting as early as their second year. The 24 PlusOne programs enable you to earn both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in five years.

September 28th:

Birmingham-Southern College – Colleges That Changes Lives, Private, Large City, Alabama, 1200 Undergrads

In addition to the 25 majors and minors, the school offers 24 Explorations Lectures & Arts events on campus.  Their January Exploration Term allows students to take four weeks of class, do an internship or travel abroad.

Washington University– Private, suburban St. Louis, Missouri, 7400 Undergrads

Touted as a Midwestern alternative to the East Coast Ivies. Offers over 90 fields of study with a focus on interdisciplinary studies.  

Washington College- Private ,rural, Chestertown, MD, 1500 undergrads

10th oldest chartered higher education institution in the US. offers 40 majors & the Center for Environment & Society that offers internships and fellowships in the great outdoors.

September 30th:

University of South Carolina – Public, Small City, South Carolina, 25,000 Undergrads

Offering 324 unique degree tracks and home to one of the highest regarded international business programs. The school is recognized by the Carnegie Foundation for its research & community engagement.

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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