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  • School Wide Open House

    Our school-wide Open House is schedued for Tuesday, August 6 from 5:00 - 7:00. See you there!

  • Media Day - August 2 (ALL Fall Sports)
    Media Day is scheduled for Friday, August 2, 2024. All FALL sports (listed below) will have pictures made on this day. [ ... ]

    Media Day is scheduled for Friday, August 2, 2024. All FALL sports (listed below) will have pictures made on this day. Specific time details will be shared at a later date, but please mark your calendar for this important date.

    • Senior Banners (Softball, Football & Cheer)
    • Softball - Junior Varsity &Varsity (Individual & Group)
    • Football - Peewee, Junior Varsity & Varsity (Individual & Group)
    • Cheer - Mini-Saintsations, Saintsations, Peewee, Junior Varsity & Varsity (Individual & Group)

    Athletes will come completely dressed as they would for game day (top to bottom including appropriate shoes and/or cleats) as instructed by their coaches.

    Go Saints!

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  • Summer Hours

    Summer Office Hours:

    Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 8:30 - 1:00
    Closed the weeks of May 27 and July 3

    Go Saints!

  • 1st Day of School!

    The first day of school for 2024-25 is WEDNESDAY, August 7, 2024.

  • MS. Scholars Curriculum Information
    Please note that ACT super scores are NOT accepted.  Students may also begin to earn community service and/or volunteer [ ... ]

    Please note that ACT super scores are NOT accepted.  Students may also begin to earn community service and/or volunteer hours beginning May 15th of their 8th grade year.  

    ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

    4 credits must consist of:

    • English I (1)
    • English II (1)
    • Two additional English credits above English II and approved for admission to IHL

    MATHEMATICS

    4 credits must consist of:

    • Algebra I (1)
    • Geometry (1)
    • Algebra II (1)
    • And one Carnegie Unit of comparable rigor and content may come from Mathematics courses approved for Mississippi Scholars Credit

    SCIENCE

    4 credits must consist of:

    • Biology I (1)
    • Chemistry (1)
    • Any 2 Carnegie Units of comparable rigor and content above Biology I and Chemistry (Physics [1] preferred). Additionally, 1 Carnegie unit may come from a Career Technical Education course.

    SOCIAL STUDIES

    4 credits must consist of:

    • World Geography (1/2)
    • Mississippi Studies (1/2)
    • World History Studies (1)
    • U.S. History (1)
    • U.S. Government (1/2)
    • Economics (1/2)

    ARTS

    1 credit of:

    • One Carnegie Unit of visual and performing arts meeting the requirements for high school graduation or
    • Two units for completion of the 2-course sequence Computer Graphics Technology I & II

    ADVANCED ELECTIVES

    2 credits must consist of:

    • Two Foreign Languages or a 5th Math or 5th Science of higher rigor
    • Any 2 dual credit courses

    ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

    • 80 hours of community or volunteer service during high school for seniors graduating in 2022 and later
    • Minimum of 19 ACT Composite Score (Overall Score) for seniors graduating in 2022 and later
    • 2.5 cumulative high school GPA on a 4.0 scale
    • Three letters of recommendation (one from each of the following — principal, guidance counselor and business/community leader for students with more than 4 in-school suspensions)
    • 95% school attendance during 4 years of high school
    • No out-of-school suspension
     

     

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  • Learner's Permit - Important Information
    LEARNER'S PERMIT INFORMATION: To be eligible, you must be at least 15 years old and able to provide proof of being enr [ ... ]

    LEARNER'S PERMIT INFORMATION:

    To be eligible, you must be at least 15 years old and able to provide proof of being enrolled in school. 

    You must provide the following (No Photocopies Accepted):
    • A completed Application with notarized signatures of both parents or guardians. If parents are divorced, parent with custody must sign. Use black ink on all forms.
    • A social security card or official government correspondence displaying full 9 digits.  
    • A certified Birth Certificate. Must be original or certified copy (No Photocopies Accepted), have a raised seal and be issued by the Bureau of Vital Statistics or State Board of Health.
    • If under 18 years of age, you must show proof that you are in school by presenting a signed and notarized Certification Of School Attendance form obtained from the school that you are attending. (Note: This form is not valid if over 30 days old.) See Dina for School Attendance form.
    • 2 proofs of Mississippi residency in your parent or legal guardian's name if you're younger than 21 years old.
    • Most offices only accept cash as payment.  Call ahead to verify.
    NOTE:

    You must pass the written examination.

    You must meet the required physical conditions of the eye examination.

     

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