Mr. Andrew Hockett, Principal
Mr. Scott Cole, Assistant Principal
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April Male Rebel of The Month - Darren D.
"Darren has had great success in math class this year. He is a very hard worker. He is kind and considerate to other students and to teachers."
April Female Rebel of The Month - Chevy M.
"Chevy is one of the best freshmen that I have in class this year. She is a quiet young lady who works hard in class and gets along with others well. She is pleasant and friendly. I have noticed that if anyone around her misses, she always volunteers to tell them the missed assignments and loan them her notes. She came to me and asked to go to tutoring for her SOL. I am always happy to see a student show self-motivation and a desire to succeed."
May Male Rebel of The Month - Potter M.
"Potter is an extremely intelligent young man who shows quick wit and a great sense of humor in class. He gets along well with others and is respectful of others beliefs and ideas even when he disagrees. He is able to debate any subject well without hurting others’ feelings. Anyone who has perused Potter’s stack of books would see that he has a wide variety of interest. In addition, his attendance and grades are excellent."
May Female Rebel of The Month - Emily F.
"She works hard in every class to be successful. She is a very kind and caring student. She attempts to help others whenever possible. She has accomplished many of her goals this year."
Furthermore, after the Winner’s Concert on May 8 Thomas was named the Paramount Players Winner, an award which comes with the opportunity to perform over the next year with the Paramount Chamber Players, a local small orchestra.
This summer Thomas will take part in two prestigious programs – The Torggler Summer Vocal Institute, a residency program for emerging young singers who wish to train with world-renowned vocal teachers and performers, and the Brevard Music Center Summer Institute, a “congenial summer community for young musicians of exceptional gifts”.
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Twelve students from Patrick Henry High School completed a day hike to Mount Rogers. Monday, April 25th, was beautiful as well as educational for students enrolled in Mr. Thayer’s Natural Resource class who completed a 9 mile hike.
They departed from Massie Gap at Grayson Highlands State Park to the summit and then back to Elk Garden which lies in a saddle area between Mount Rogers and Whitetop. Not only allowing the students the opportunity to actually be on the highest point in Virginia, the activity correlates a number of inter-related subjects such as forestry/plant ecosystems, geology, water quality, weather and much more. Students met thru-hikers on the Appalachian Trail from as far away as New York and New Hampshire. They were accompanied by their teachers Mr. Thayer and Mr. Hoffman.