Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Duke University Summer Session

Have your students ever wondered what college classes are like?  Do they want to expand their scope of knowledge beyond what is typically taught in high school?

If so, tell them to look no further than Duke Summer College!  Please share the message below for the experience of a lifetime:

With topics ranging from Twitter to Nietzsche and everything in between, we have a course for you.  See the list below to check out just a few of the Duke classes we are offering this summer:
  • Language and the Media: The New York Times to Twitter
  • Classics of American Literature, 1915-1960
  • Social Psychology
  • Adolescence
  • Introduction to Philosophy
  • Game Theory
  • Logic
  • Existentialism
  • Public Speaking

For a full list of the classes we are offering this summer, click here.

Sincerely,

Nicki Charles, Ed.D.
Director of Summer College for High School Students
Duke University (Durham, North Carolina USA)
summercollege@duke.edu

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Summer Camp For Students That Have Been Affected By A Parent's Cancer

Greetings!  I’m writing on behalf of Camp Kesem at the University of Gerogia, which will offer two free summer camp programs for children affected by a parent’s cancer this coming summer from May 27 - June 3 and July 1 - July 8. Camps will be held at Camp Westminster in Conyers, GA. Camp is staffed and managed by student volunteers from the University of Georgia

Our camper application will open to the public this Sunday, January 15th, and we want to be sure that families have a chance to apply early before spots fill up.  To that end, I’ve included a copy of our one-page camp flyer here, which can be shared with families and with any colleagues who may also have families to refer.  All of our applications are available online, and the flyer includes basic instructions on how to sign up for camp.

If you have any questions or would like more information, please let me know! 

Sincerely,
Jennie Racher
Outreach Coordinator
Camp Kesem at the University of Georgia

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

STEM Program For Young Women at Kennesaw State

On February 20, 2017, Kennesaw State University will host SCIENTISTA, an on-campus outreach program geared to introducing young women to high demand STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) programs at KSU, which lead to high demand career opportunities later on.

SCIENTISTA is an all women event open to 100 young women in high school. The event consists of meeting with women who have established themselves in the STEM career field. Students will learn everything from admission requirements, financial aid, advising, campus life, housing, and much more! During the day, students will have the opportunity to meet current KSU faculty, staff, and students! Below are the details of the event:

When: Monday, February 20, 2017
Time: 8:30am to 3:15pm
Where: Kennesaw State University - Marietta Campus
Attendees: High School Females (grades 9th - 12th)

Tentative Schedule:
8:30am - Check-in
9:00am - Welcome/Kickoff
10:00am - Careers in STEM
10:30am - Campus Tour
11:00am - Lunch at Stingers
11:45am - Organization Fair
12:20pm - 2:30pm - STEM Breakout Sessions
3:00pm - Group Picture
3:15pm - Wrap up and last Q&A


Register for SCIENTISTA

Check-in opens at 8:30 a.m. in the Marietta Campus Joe Mack Wilson Student Center 2nd floor with the program beginning promptly at 9:00 a.m. Please dress accordingly for the weather and wear comfortable walking shoes, as you will be walking around our beautiful campus! If you need special assistance, please give us a call as soon as possible at 470-578-6500.

Campus events are subject to cancellation due to inclement weather. You will be notified via email and/or phone should a cancellation occur. Special weather statements can also be viewed through the Kennesaw State University website. Should the University be closed, all campus tours and events will be canceled.

Should you have any questions about SCIENTISTA - Marietta Campus, please call 470-578-6500 or email VisitKSU@kennesaw.edu.


Oconee County Library Visiting NOHS

The Oconee County Library is full of resources and opportunities for students and our community.  To help our students learn more about their offerings, Molly Moore and Lyndey Clayborn will be on our campus to become familiar with our students and their needs.  The purpose is to connect our students with resources that they may need and could utilize, to what the library offers.  We look forward to hosting OCL on January 17th during all the lunches!

Have You Registered For Your AP Exam?

All students enrolled in AP courses must register and pay for their exams online at http://totalregistration.net/AP/110401 by January 31st to avoid the $10 late fee. The final deadline to register is February 28th. If you have questions about exam registration, see Mr. Hamilton (ehamilton@oconeeschools.org) or your AP teacher.


Monday, January 9, 2017

GAE Foundation Scholarship for Seniors That Are Interested In Majoring In Education


All High School Seniors that have or will graduate in 2017 from a Georgia Public High School and plan to attend a College or University in Georgia and major in teaching/education are eligible to apply for this scholarship.   Each scholarship award will be $1,000.

Deadline is February 1, 2017


GAE Scholarship Information

GAE Scholarship Application

Friday, January 6, 2017

University of North Georgia will be at NOHS

The University of North Georgia is a popular college for our students to consider.  Emily Zorn, our representative, will be on campus during TT on January 26th.  Please complete the form below to register for this event!

UNG Campus Visit