ADVISORY AGENDA 11.1.17

“If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.”— Albert Einstein

House Standings

Humanitas Shield 2

Humanitas Shield 2 Humanitas Shield 2

791

799

669

840

Toni Baer, Peyton Skill, & Amelia Wyatt

Lauren Skolaris demonstrated TEAMWORK when she made the advisory’s soda Halloween costumes!  Thank you Lauren!  They looked great!

 

Freshman: Please bring your charged laptop to New Student Seminar TODAY for your session with college counseling.

Cannon Theater Company is excited to open its 2017-18 season with “Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind”, running Thurs Nov 9, Fri Nov 10, and Sat Nov 11 7:00-8:15pm! Still alive and ever-evolving after several years in its New York City and Chicago productions, “Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind” is an ensemble experiment in presenting 30 plays in 60 minutes (though due to the rules of the NCTC High School Play Festival at which we will perform this weekend, our version is 22 plays in 45 minutes). Each two-minute play is performed in random order with an interactive audience. This eclectic collection of comic, dramatic, and just plain wacky plays will add up to an evening of theater unlike anything you’ve experienced

If any Advisories are interested in buying a yearbook ad, please contact mzelaya@cannonschool.org for more information regarding pricing, size etc. If  you split the cost of an ad between your whole advisory, it ends up being really affordable! Thank you, The Yearbook Staff

The first Advisory to take a picture of everyone in purple and email mzelaya@cannonschool.org will earn a prize from Dean Booker. Winner announced on Instagram: cannonupperschool.  

 

College Admission Representatives Visiting Cannon School: Visits are open to current seniors, juniors and sophomores.  Students should register to attend on their Family Connection site and must request permission from the teacher of the class they will me be missing before attending.

Visits are open to current seniors, juniors and sophomores.  Students should register to attend on their Family Connection site and must request permission from the teacher of the class they will me be missing before attending.

 

 November 1st:

Miami University – Public, Small Town, Ohio, 16000 Undergrads. Offers 120 majors including a number of programs that focus on global markets.  Also home to a China Business Program which offers hands-on experience overseas, language study and business coursework.  Miami has a strong Greek community with over 40 fraternities and sororities on campus.

Merrimack College– Private, Suburban, North Andover, MA, 3200 Undergrads A private college in the Roman Catholic, Augustinian tradition located 25 minutes outside of Boston.  It offers a strong co-op work program, small class sizes and 90 plus academic programs.

November 6th:

Columbia University: Private, Large City, NYC, NY, 8000 Undergrads

November 8th:

Wittenberg University – Private, Small City, Ohio, 1950 Undergrads The liberal arts university is affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church.  Students of all faiths are encouraged to participate in services. In addition to a full array of majors, the school offers cooperative programs with other US schools including: Case Western, Columbia, Washington University & Duke.

November 9th:

Ringling College of Art & Design– Private,  (urban) Sarasota, FL, 1200 undergrads

A noted innovative visual arts college with a highly acclaimed computer animation program.  Also lauded as “the Most Wired Campus in the US” by Us News & World Report.

 November 14th:

Lynn University– Private, Large Town, Florida, 2000 Undergrads. Just three miles from the beach, the school offers career-focused majors that help you build your resume before you graduate.  Consistently ranked as one of the top five most international universities in the US.

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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