Parents and students, it is time to make summer school plans. If you are interested in attending, please view the full article to download and print the forms. Return the completed form to the GHS front office by June 9.
Hampden-Sydney College wants to help young men develop the tools to become better leaders. That’s why we’re inviting promising young men to apply for the Shelton Leadership Challenge—an intense and selective six-day residential summer camp. I’m asking you today to help us identify a few outstanding young men for our upcoming session.During the SLC, we guarantee that participants will be challenged—physically, mentally, and psychologically. Attendees will take onleadership positions and participate in team-building activities (like ropes courses and focused discussions). They will tackle a service project with other campers and further develop their leadership potential.The SLC is a selective program for students who have a 3.0 or higher G.P.A. (un-weighted). The program will take place from June 26 through July 1, 2016, on the Hampden-Sydney College campus. Cost to attend the program is $600 for the week; this cost covers room, board and all activities.
Theme: Learning Peacemaking from Nature
The natural world has many examples of plants and animals living together cooperatively. Find and describe one or more instances of this. What lessons about cooperation and peacemaking could humans learn from nature? How might we apply those lessons to peacemaking in our families, our community and our world?
Prizes awarded in 4 grade divisions: K-2, 3-5, Middle (6-8), and High School (9-12)
Mail or deliver entries to: Essay Contest, RPEC, 3500 Patterson Ave., Richmond, VA 23221
Minority Law and Research Institute
The Minority Law and Research Institute activities will further enhance the mission of the Foundation by having a major impact on the educational future of the students participating in the program and hopefully will help increase the number of African-American law school candidates.
The activities that will be conducted for the Law and Research institute will provide students with many of the skills, strategies and initiatives needed to prepare them for careers in Law and the legal profession. The program will also help students overcome the many dynamics that plague minority youth.
Students participating in the program will be exposed to concepts, instructional strategies, and research projects in the legal profession.
Instructor and administrator will spend two days in preparation for the institute. And additional two will be spent at the conclusion of the institute for evaluation and assessment.
Goals and Objectives of the Law and Research Institute
Goal: To prepare under-represented students to consider careers in Law and the legal profession and other academic studies.
Objectives: To increase student aptitude, research and performance on standardized tests and provide them with a broad array of information related to law, the legal profession and other academic studies.
To increase student interest in the field of Law and other academic studies.
To Be Eligible:
To be eligible to participate in MLARI:
What Does It Cost
Tuition, room and board will be provided free fro all selected participants. Participants will be required to pay a non-refundable $60.00 application fee once they are accepted. The students will be housed in supervised residence halls at Southern University and will be provided three meals a day at no cost to the students. Students are required to pay approx. $386.00 for their own transportation to and from Southern University in Baton Rouge and will be responsible for personal expenses. Students will have access to campus resources including the libraries.
Applications are available in the School Counseling office.
This summer GHS students will have the opportunity to design and build using their engineering skills and interest. Students will engineer/manufacture a mini-hover craft using a CNC router, 3D printer, plastic thermo-former, laser cutter/engraver, and electronics components. In addition, students will take field trips to engineering and manufacturing facilities such as the Rolls Royce plant where aircraft engines are built, McGuire Veteran’s hospital to see first hand how 3D printing is helping disabled veterans, and the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing.
The GHS STEM camp will be held June 20-24, 2016 from 8:30-11:30, with extended days possible due to the field trips. Lunch will be provided on the extended days. The cost for the camp is $120 and is limited to 20 students.
Download the PDF application. Application deadline is May 1.