J. F. Webb High School

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  • Webb AP Physics Team Takes Top Honors

    The AP Physics class of the J.F. Webb Campus competed in the Roller Coaster Mania Competition at Kings Dominion on Friday, May 22nd. The class constructed and built 4 roller coasters that went up against 41 other entries from North Carolina and Virginia. "Poseidon's Palace" built by Kellyann Cook, Michaela Rathbone, Miranda Parkstone and Dayna Watkins took first place overall for the high school category. "Anarchy" built by Bryce Abbott, Bionica Lewis, Zach Harris and Neil Lewis won the award for most frightening roller coaster overall. Other students who competed were Ally Eaton, Alyssa Sadler and Mikayla Hoyle who designed and built "Into The Woods" and Jaquis Thornton, Anabril Santana, Desmond Wilkerson and Teja Smith who designed and built "The Solar Coaster". PLEASE CLICK THE HEADER FOR ADDITIONAL PICTURES

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  • 2015 EXAM SCHEDULE !!!

    Attention Parents, J.F. Webb will be administering campus-wide exams starting June 1st. Students will complete individualized test schedules during the week of May 25th. Please ask your child for their schedule to make sure they are studying and testing for the correct exam on the designated date.

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  • YEARBOOKS!!

    If you are a graduate from Webb or WebbSHLS, we have yearbooks from previous years that we are selling. Please contact the front office or Mrs. Debbie Brown about editions available. A station will be set up at this years graduation for purchasing. Cost is $40.00.

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  • 3A NCHSAA State Championship

    J.F. Webb Track team had three students participate in the 3A State Championships held at NCA&TSU. Gearl Majors (Webb HLS), Luther Satterfield (Webb), and Mia Terry (Webb) competed in the field events. Two of the three competitors placed in the State meet. Luther Satterfield competed in the Men's Shot and placed 3rd. Mia Terry competed in the Women's discus and Women's Shot Put, placing 4th in the discus. CLICK THE HEADER FOR ADDITIONAL PICTURES. GO WARRIORS!!!

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  • CODE.org

    How many lines of Code have you written today? SEE YOUR COUNSELOR TODAY! to sign up for Exploring Computer Programming!

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  • Graduation is June 13th at 7:30p.m.

    Parents, Grandparents, Family, and Friends, J.F. Webbs's graduation is June 13th at 7:30p.m. at Webb Stadium

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  • Summer School / June 22, 2015

    Summer School Registration is now open for all students who may be interested. Registration packets may be picked up at he front desk of the school.

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  • Driver Education / June 1st payment deadline

    Parents, This note is to inform you that if your child has complered the classrom portion of driver education, they need to pay the fifty dollar ($50) fee before June 1, 2015. We anticipate an expected rate increase and only those students with a receipt varifying payment before June 1st will be grandfathered in.

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  • 2015 J.F. Webb National Honor Society Inductees

    NHS- (Service, Leadership, Scholarship, Character) Inductees: Kayla Allen, Rashun Baucum, Jonathan Carreto, Eugene Christian, Eric Clayton, Christen Cox, Emily Durling, Amer Elkhatib, Eric Evans,Sterling Grissom, Matthew Grob, Thomas Grob, Sh'Carolyn Harris, Jesse Hernandez, Maddison Liddane, Sklar Rhea, Teja Smith, Nayazia Taylor, Cameron Thorpe, Blanca Tomas-Macias

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  • Webb Student Receives the DAR Good Citizen Award

    Timothy Smith II was recognized by the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, John Penn Chapter-Oxford, for having demonstrated the qualities of dependability, service, leadership, and patriotism.

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J. F. Webb’s vision is to aggressively seek opportunities that establish a platform for students to effectively communicate in an effort to support leadership, advocacy, and competence in the classroom.  It is equally important to make sure our school establishes rigor, respect, and relevance in every classroom, while establishing relationships that mentor and model positive character traits.  Student growth is our number one priority!  

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