Recently, a group of Granville County students and their teacher traveled for ten days to China. Mrs. Geni Slaughter, a Virtual Enterprise and business teacher at JF Webb High School, took four students to the cities of Beijing, Xi'an, and Shanghai. They traveled with EF Tours Global Student Leaders Summit, an Education First company based out of Boston MA. Their tour ended with a two-day summit in Shanghai with over 550 students representing 22 states in the US and 16 cities within China. Kendall Clayborne, Roogel Garcia and Kendrick Pettiford from JF Webb and Ryan Felts from Granville Central High Schools attended with Diane Wade as the other chaperone.
Sterling's photo was selected to be showcased at the Department of Public Instruction and will remain in the permanent collection. A reception was held on Friday April 11th for the artists as they were honored by the state superintend June Atkinson.
On March 4 , 201 4 , you and your classmates will participate in the weekday administration of the ACT, a college admissions test accepted by all 4 - year colleges and universities in the United States. As you prepare for the ACT, know that the colleges and universities in North Carolina look forward to receiving ACT scores that you may send to their institutions
Attention all 9th grade students, Granville County is seeking students to participate in a public leadership internship this summer. Students will rotate through several county departments to get "hands-on" experience in local government operations. Students who complete the 5 week internship will receive a $1,000 educational scholarship. Please see Mrs. Moran for the application. The application must be completed and turned back into Mrs. Moran by March 12th.
Parent Teacher Conferences rescheduled for Thursday, February 6th