Thursday, May 25
HILLIARD BRADLEY HIGH SCHOOL
Thursday, May 25, 2017
Happy Birthday Today to: Alyson Gruber and Jessie Lee
IN THE NEWS
Students: Once you are done with your key cards, please bring them to the box in the main office. They will be disabled by the end of the day, Friday, May 26.
Need plans for spring break 2018? Take a trip to Arizona where you will get to experience Lake Patagonia hikes, desert camping, survival skills, and learn about ecological sustainability in the southwest. Spots are limited! Sign up today to reserve your spot!
See Miss Baker or Mrs. Riggs with any questions!
SCHOLARSHIP CLUB / FBLA – Did you know that there are scholarships available to freshmen, sophomores and juniors, as well as seniors? Did you know that you do not need to have a 4.0 or be a top athlete to be awarded a scholarship? Check out the scholarship board outside room PA134 (down the engineering hallway). Featured scholarships include: Ocean Awareness Student Contest (deadline: June 19, 2017), Do-Over Scholarship (deadline: June 30, 2017), Writers’ Square Scholarship Program (deadline: June 30, 2017) and the Unigo $10k Scholarship (deadline: December 31, 2017). All four are available for students 13 years of age or older. Visit the following websites to view other scholarships.
The SCHOLARSHIP CLUB / FBLA will be meeting in the fall to get a jumpstart on applying for the millions of dollars available in scholarships. Contact Mrs. West-McLinn for more information about the club.
FROM YOUR GUIDANCE OFFICE:
Juniors! It’s college visit time. Columbus State Community College invites you to explore how starting in Columbus State’s top-notch academic programs and transfer partnerships can get you to the exact same bachelor’s degree without all the college debt. You can come to our Visit Day, Friday, July 14. Visit cscc.edu/visitday to reserve your space today.
There are no athletic events scheduled for today.
Congratulations to the Jaguar Varsity Softball Team on their incredible 10-9 come from behind victory in the regional semi-finals yesterday. The Jags scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh to pull victory out of the jaws of defeat. Final inning heroics by Jordan Pallay, Aimee Duckworth and Hannah Lewis secured the win. Pallay and Jaiden Bryant supplied some power with home-runs and Heather Holly, Pallay, Duckworth and Annika Murray had multiple hits. Great Job Jags, and Good Luck on Saturday when you take on the Gahanna Lincoln Lions at 2:00pm for a chance to go to the state finals.