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All rising 9th grade families are invited to attend an information session to learn more about The Pathways Project at Warhill High School.
For the 2017-18 school year, 100 9th grade students will participate in this innovative high school experience, and those students will be able to design their own personalized pathways to success in careers and future education. In the place of a prescribed program of studies, students in The Pathways Project at Warhill High School will work at their own pace to demonstrate mastery of course content – while earning credits toward graduation.
Pathways Project students will be full-time Warhill High School students and will be eligible to participate in WHS athletics and activities.
To learn more, attend any one of the following information sessions, regardless of current school:
- April 24at 6:00 p.m. – Hornsby Middle School
- April 25 at 6:00 p.m. – Berkeley Middle School
- April 27 at 6:00 p.m. – Toano Middle School
Information is also available on the division website at wjccschools.org/thepathwaysproject.
Hornsby hosted a Latin “Certamen” (Quiz Bowl). Teams from Jamestown and Lafayette High Schools, and Toano, Berkeley, and Hornsby Middle schools, competed. The Hornsby Latin 1B team made up of Giovani Ceriani, Andrew Criddle, Kant Grantz, and Jordan McLeod, dominated their rivals and were undefeated in all 3 rounds of competition to take first place. Due to no-shows on the part of other schools, the Hornsby level 1 team and the Hornsby level 1A team had to compete against each other. The 8th grade level 1 team of Will Lackey, Edison Liu, and Kate Long, were victorious, but the 1A team of Laina Atkins and Beckham Gemerek made an impressive showing, earning over 300 points and making the 8th graders work very hard for their victory. Congratulations to all!