M*A*S*H, or Medical Applications of Science for Health, is a two-week summer camp that introduces high school students who are currently in the 10th , 11th and 12th grades to health careers. Students selected into the M*A*S*H program shadow five days in a variety of health care locations and learn medical terminology. The participants have hands-on activities to learn medical
C.H.A.M.P.S (Community Health Applied in Medical Public Service) Camp applications are now available! C.H.A.M.P.S is a one-week FREE OF CHARGE spring and summer enrichment program that allows junior high school students (grades 7-9) to learn about health professions and attend workshops that enhance their experience in the healthcare field. Camp dates: June 3-7, 2020 For more information and to download
Summer programs at ASMSA (Arkansas School for Math, Sciences, and the Arts) offers exciting, camps where rising sophomores can participate in fun and challenging programs focusing on art, mathematics, computer science, and biomedicine. Camps are tuition FREE, and space is limited. Available Camps: NERD C.A.M.P. June Biomedical Summer Sciences Institute July Biomedical Summer Sciences Institute ASMSA Summer Arts Bridge Entrepreneurship
The Dance/Cheer team is hosting a Jeans Day this coming week on February 11th. Please bring $3 and wear your clean, non-ripped jeans to school with a Haas Hall uniform shirt.
The Fayetteville Area Community Foundation’s Youth Advisory Council needs your help! Please take a few minutes to complete the brief, anonymous survey below to help us learn what the greatest needs are for teens in Northwest Arkansas. Results of the survey will provide valuable information as we work to fund and identify local nonprofit organizations who best serve teens in
Starting Monday, scholar council is selling Valentine’s Day grams for $2! Purchase a crush soda for your crush at the front desk through the 12th. All grams will be delivered on the 13th to scholars!
Parents and Scholars, donate your baked goods with your favorite decorated Valentines theme (optional). Send them to the lobby on Thursday morning Feb 13th for our bake sale. (No nuts/allergens please) Sweet or Savory treats are both great. Do not individually package them, display style layouts sell the best. We will have workers with gloves on to distribute the goods.
Track and Field team’s first practice is Monday, February 10 at 245pm. A sports physical must be complete and turned in to school before attending practice. Any questions, please contact Coach Zamarron 9187668693.
Anyone who submitted original works to our national award-winning literary magazine will be hearing back from us this week about who is in consideration for acceptance! Scholars have until Monday, February 17, to review their works with fresh eyes. After this point, writers and artists will be hearing back from our editors with constructive criticism. Our workshops will resume in
Alex Collyge is looking for participants to complete a survey for his AP Research project exploring relationships between business management and religion. Participants need to be business owners that identify with either Christianity, Judaism, or Islam. The results of this study will aid in increasing our knowledge of the extent to which culture and background impact how business is conducted