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Student Schedule Pick Up

9th grade - Aug. 11th 10:00am - 12:00pm

10th grade - Aug. 12th 8:00am - 10:00am

11th grade - Aug. 12th 10:00am - 12:00pm

12th grade - Aug. 12th 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Class dues of $10 will need to be paid at schedule pickup!
Parking passes can also be purchased - $10 w/ license, proof of insurance & parent signature
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Class Dues

Class dues are collected each year to help cover the following:

Student ID
Graduation Expenses
Senior Retreat

Please be sure that your student's dues are current. Class dues are $10 per year. Students may make payment when they pick up their schedule.
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Aggie for a day!

You can be an Aggie for a day and dig deeper into what it really means to be a student at Texas A&M. You will learn about various departments on campus, speak to representatives in the Office of Admissions, Residence Life and Honors, enjoy a free dinner, and be entered to win a Texas A&M scholarship!
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EOC Retake Dates

The scores are in and students will need to plan to retake the following EOCs this summer.

*All exams will begin at 8am at the High School.

English I - July 6th
US History - July 6th
Algebra I- July 7th
English II - July 8th
Biology - July 9th
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NHS EOC Boot Camps

NHS will be offering "Boot Camps" for those students who want to prepare for EOC retakes. If students need transportation please call First Student to make arrangements!

June 3-16 (Monday-Thursday only)
English I - 8:00am-10:00am
English II - 10:00am- 12:00pm

June 17-30 (Monday-Thursday only)
Biology - 8:00am-10am
Algebra I - 10:00am-12:00pm
US History - 10:00am-12:00pm
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Student receives letter from Ex-Supreme Court Justice.

Autumn Cox participated in the state history fair with a individual exhibit project based on Sandra Day O'Connor.
Autumn recently received a letter from the Ex-Supreme Court Justice. In the letter she expressed "Reading is the key that opens the door to Knowledge."
What a great accomplishment!
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AP/DC Blinn

Navasota High School has a new opportunity to help our students gain college credit. My Advanced Placement US History course is partnering with Blinn Junior College to give the NHS students two different options for earning college credit. The class will follow my AP curriculum, and all students will be enrolled in the AP US History Class. At the end of the year, students will have one of two choices: 1. take the AP national exam for college credit, or 2. simply pass my class and gain college credit through Blinn.
My vision for this class is that all students take the AP exam, which is very rigorous, and in the event a student does not pass the AP exam, the student can fall back on the Blinn credit as both avenues will count towards hours at the local universities. I’m excited that the students will be challenged and instructed with the rigor of AP curriculum, and for their efforts, they have two ways to gain college credit. So the students can go the AP route only OR the AP/Blinn route- the choice is theirs.

If they choose the Blinn route, this class will cost $42
They will also have to take an assessment test called the TSI- which determines if they are ready for a college level course.
The students received this information from Mrs. Lane and the test will cost them $45.
The school will provide the textbook.
To apply for the Blinn credit, they need to go to
Select a 2 year college application
Select Blinn College as your first option..
Your “admission basis” is “Dual Credit (receiving both high school and college credit).”
Your “Reason for Attending” is to “Earn credit for transfer.
Record your user name and password where you will be able to retrieve it in the future
If not TSI exempt take the TSIA pre-assessment activity and print certificate of completion.
Take the TSI and pass reading
We will need the Dual Credit Approval form signed by the principal and their high school transcript all of which Ms. Lane is very familiar with and able to assist students.
Pay the $42 by August 21st
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Miss Day at 825-1316 or
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Important information for Seniors!

Last week of school attendance sign in
You must check in everyday by 8:00am.

Distinguished Graduate
If you have not been called in by Mrs. Abbasov for confirmation as a Distinguished graduate but you believe you meet the criteria (3 Years of a Foreign Language plus 4 advanced measures) then go see her ASAP!

Graduation Practice

What to wear to graduation
You will need to report to the cafeteria Friday, May 29 at 6:30 p.m. Be sure to bring your cap and gown. Stoles and cords will be distributed at this time. Find your name card and sit at that spot. Wear nice clothes. Boys wear slacks, preferably dress shoes and a collared shirt. Girls may not wear spiky heels. Flats are recommended as it is difficult to walk on turf in heels or tall wedges. Dress code will be enforced.

Parking the night of graduation
Seniors are strongly encouraged to park at the back of the Junior High School and in the stadium visitors’ parking area. Please be respectful of this request as it helps elderly and those needing extra care by allowing more parking space up front near the stadium.

If it rains the night of graduation
Graduation will be moved to Saturday May 30 at 10:00am. You will need to report to the cafeteria by 8:30am.
You will receive 4 tickets during graduation practice to be given to family members wishing to attend the ceremony if we are rained out on Saturday morning. Details for a possible rain out on Saturday will be given out at a later time.

Senior Party!
12:00-3:30 p.m., Thursday, May 28 after graduation practice at the City Pool. Bring your towel and swim suit. You will need to pay your $10 to Mrs. Wilson by Wednesday, May 27.
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