9-12 Updates

Early Dismissal: Please do not call in advance for your child to be waiting at the front for early dismissal.  This leads to missed instructional time, and an additional burden on our front office.
 
Current 8th-11th Grade - (Rising 9th-12th) Students who are interested in traveling abroad in Spring 2025 to Peru should plan to attend our upcoming info session to learn more details about the trip and how students can register to travel. RSVP is required. REGISTER HERE for our February
 
Spring Athletics Information Here.
 
Early Dismissal: Please do not call in advance for your child to be waiting at the front for early dismissal.  This leads to missed instructional time, and an additional burden on our front office.
 
11th Grade Students:
Rising Seniors (Class of 2025) applications are now open for Project Uplift. Project Uplift and Uplift PLUS are programs run by UNC Chapel Hill to promote and increase access to higher education. It is an incredible summer opportunity for high schoolers. For more information and to access the application, please visit their website!
 
Do Greater FREE afterschool and weekend enrichment classes! Check out Spring 2024 classes and sessions being offered at the Creative Lab - just around the corner from school. Do Greater will even provide your son/daughter transport from Lab to their facility as part of the FREE programming. 
 
Lost & Found: Our next donation will be February 28. Please review lost and found items. Please come to the lobby or send your child to the front office to claim their items. Unclaimed items will be donated on Feburary 29. Please remember to write your child's full name in their clothing and lunch bags, water bottles. We are doing our best to reunite items with students!
Volunteer HERE to help with the lost and found maintenance!
 
 
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Club Reminder: Please ensure that student club permission slips have been turned into their club advisor and their club dues have been paid. List of clubs and payment links.
 
Launching Independent Studies for 10th-12th graders! We are pleased to roll out our revamped Independent Study framework for HS students. This program is designed to both expand course offerings and honor students’ academic interests. For more information, including the proposal form, see our overview document. 
 
 
Get Outside! Lab received a grant to launch a HS outdoors club this school year. For a small member fee of $15 students will get to hike in State and National Parks, whitewater raft, and explore new places. Space is very limited. Students (not parents) should email Mr. Capps ([email protected]) if they’re interested in joining!  

 

 

Lost & Found: Our next donation date will be Jan. 22. Please review lost and found items. Please come to the lobby or send your child to the front office to claim their items. Unclaimed items will be donated on Jan. 22, 2024. Please remember to write your child's full name in their clothing and lunch bags, water bottles. We are doing our best to reunite items with students!

 
Food delivery to students by services like DoorDash (Uber Eats, Postmates, Grubhub, or direct from a restaurant) is not permitted. If your student forgets to pack lunch, they may purchase school lunch or a parent/guardian may deliver it to the front office. 
 
 
Actions for Senior Families:
1) Please order your Cap & Gown as soon as possible! Here is a letter sent to Senior Families with the link and other important information
In case you missed our Senior Family Night here are the slides and information that we discussed.  Please review the slides and flier with resources; email collegecareer@ if you have questions!  
 
 
Family & Student Wellness Resources: Learn about Lab and community programs, partnerships, and wellness events available to Lab students and families HERE.
 
 
 
We hope this information is helpful in preparing for the upcoming school year. If you have any further questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact Ms. Janell Adams [email protected].