HOGGARD STUDENT SERVICES
Dual Enrollment Parent Night - Monday, 2/27 - join us at 6:30 in the Media Center to learn about Dual Enrollment. We will have representatives from UNCW and CFCC presenting.
Senior Parent Night
Wednesday, September 28th
6:00-7:00pm in the Hebbe Gym
Please watch this presentation https://youtu.be/m90u3UuJs_Y . This goes over the most common questions that we get asked. During the in-person Parent Night, we will mostly be available for general and specific questions as opposed to giving the presentation again. (PowerPoint with Website Links)
Governor's Page Program - for juniors and seniors
Established in 1973, the Governor’s Page Program gives high school students from all over North Carolina the opportunity to come to Raleigh for a week of hands-on participation in their state government. We want the Page Program to represent North Carolina’s diverse communities and help inspire a new generation of leaders.
During the week, Pages will be onsite in the Governor’s Office and will also tour government buildings and historic sites including the Legislative Building, the State Capitol, the Executive Mansion, and the North Carolina Museum of History. In addition, pages will have the opportunity to develop a policy proposal with policy officials from various state government departments.
There is no GPA requirement. Any students may apply in their junior and senior year. There are several weeks (including virtual options) available from January 2023 - December 2023. Apply here.
Please ask your counselor for additional details if interested.
The New Hanover County Community Remembrance Project, in conjunction with the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI), based in Montgomery, Alabama, is sponsoring an essay contest for all 9th-12th grade public high school students in New Hanover County. At least $5,000 prize money will be awarded to the winner(s) of this contest. We would like you to make your students aware of this contest. The contest launches September 1, and the final date for entry of an essay is December 15, 2022.
We have attached a flyer which describes the purpose of the contest. More information about the contest is available at our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/nhccrp) and at a website which has all the specifics about this project (www.tinyurl.com/EJI-Wilmington-EssayContest)
If you have questions you can contact us via the Facebook page or at email@example.com.
Males who are 18-25 must register as it is imposed by the Military Service Act with the selective service.
If you are 18 and have not registered please go to Selective Service website.
Students interested in playing collegiate sports should start applying to the NCAA eligibility center beginning the spring of their Junior year by going to this link: NCAA