The American Scholastic Press Association has awarded the SCPS Miracle a First Place ranking in their annual yearbook competition with perfect scores given for General Page Design.
The Yearbook Excellence Contest, sponsored by the Quill and Scroll, has named four of our eight Journalism II students as National Winners for graphic design and photography. The Yearbook Excellence Contest selects 297 winners from over 1400 entries from across the nation. Our winners in the area of graphic design are Katlyn Durrence, Sarah Floyd, and Shelby Todd while Sarah Katula received an award for photography. These students graduated in 2016 and have moved on to represent our school as students at UGA, GSU, and Georgia Tech. One of these students, Shelby Todd, has declared Journalism as her college major.
Congratulations to the staff of the 2016 Miracle! And best wishes to the staff of the 2017 Miracle as they work toward completion!
Summit is a two-week Student Conference designed to help students (ages 16-22) strengthen their faith, understand their world, and be prepared to make a difference with their lives. Top Christian leaders and thinkers will train students in the classroom while the phenomenal staff team will walk alongside and personally mentor each student.
You can attend a Summit Student Conference Tennessee! If you are interested talk to Miss Brown in room 29.
Summit changes the lives of thousands of students every summer. Act now to save a seat because attendance from SCPS is limited to ten students.
Basketball this Week
The Region Tournament will commence this week. Once the schedule is known it will be published. Let’s get behind our Raiders!
Sophomores to Georgia Southern
The Sophomore class will make a College Visit/Tour to Statesboro to visit Georgia Southern University on 15 February 2017.