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  • UF Young Entrepreneurs for Leadership & Sustainability Summer Program for High School Students 

    Dear School Contacts & Friends,

    After 10 years of spending summers empowering 374 students to become changemakers (while contributing over $35,250 hours of volunteer service in the greater-Gainesville community with a value of over $777,000 and earning more than 2,900 college credits), we were overjoyed to receive the USASBE Specialty Entrepreneurship Education Program Award in January 2016, the highest honor for an entrepreneurship education program and a once-in-a-lifetime accomplishment (; we were also honored to be celebrated by the City of Gainesville Commissioners & Mayor Lauren Poe when July 7th was proclaimed “YELS Day” ( this summer...we have decided that YELS will take a hiatus for Summer 2017 to engage in strategic planning (both for YELS and for UF's Social Impact & Sustainability Initiative for undergraduate & graduate students) so YELS can return better than ever in Summer 2018. 

    We apologize to those students who are currently high school juniors, who'd planned to apply for YELS this summer. We appreciate your kind understanding that running a program of this scope & scale involves an inordinate amount of planning and resources. In order to stay on the leading edge of pre-college summer programs, providing students with the best experience possible, it's important that we step back this summer so we can re-launch (with an exciting & robust new YELS experience & curriculum, an updated website, promotional materials, an improved application process, etc.) in Summer 2018. 

    Please keep an eye out for more information about YELS 2018. We will post updates on our Facebook page at: 

    For more information:

    With enthusiasm & gratitude,

    Dr. Kristin Joos, Director

    YELS was developed in Partnership with UF Center for Precollegiate Education & Training, UF Office of Youth Conference Services, UF Center for Leadership & Service, the UF Office of Sustainability, and the UF Innovation Academy.


    Our mailing address is:
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  • October E-News




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  • Bridging the Achievement Gap

    Program will help students do the following:

    • Homework
    • Tutor for Math, Science, English and Spanish
    • Improve grade point average (GPA)
    • Tutor for PSAT/SAT/ACT
    • Graduate with a high school diploma
    • Complete applications & references for college admissions
    • Search for scholarships,  grants, and financial aid
    • Career Counseling
    • End-Of-Course Exams (Algebra 1, Geometry, American History & Biology)

    Students and parents will have to sign an authorization form

    Monday - Wednesday - Friday 2:30-4:30

    Shiloh M. Church 13255 - 118th Street North Largo




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  • Yearbook Announcements 

    • Save $10 by buying your yearbook before January 1, 2017. Yearbooks are $80 and can be purchased in D-4 or at Keep your memories alive forever and buy yours today 
    • Underclassmen Picture Day Retakes are on Tuesday October 18th. Original photos and retake forms will be distributed to 5th period teachers. 
    • Faculty and staff, please be sure to have your photos taken as well. Those who do will be entered in a drawing for a free yearbook or $50 Visa gift card. 
    • National Yearbook Day is on Friday October 21st. Join our staff and editors in the courtyard as we celebrate during both lunches with dancing, games and prizes along with a $5 photo booth. 
    • Club and Sports Picture Day is on Tuesday October 25th from 6:50-2:20 on the football field. In order to reserve a spot in the yearbook, be sure your club or sport signs up by Monday October 17th. Speak to your coach or sponsor today!      
    • Yearbook gives back: If you buy a senior ad before November 16th, you will be entered to win a free yearbook or a ticket to Walt Disney World. A full page is $325, a half page is $200, and a quarter page is $100. If you want to save money, why not consider sharing your page with a friend? 
    • The Senior Panoramic Picture will take place on Friday 11-11 at 1 pm on the football field. T-shirt designs and slogans must be submitted and approved by Tuesday November 1st. Forms are located in D-4. 
    • This is it! The Faculty Panoramic Picture is directly after school on Thursday November 17th in the gym. 
    • Did you forget to buy your senior yearbook? Don’t be salty because we are holding a yearbook liquidation sale on Saturday December 10th

    If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Gilbert at



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  • FASFA applications open soon!


    Make sure to set up a username and password before filling out the FASFA!

    The website for FSA ID and Password set up/reset is 

    The FAFSA and FFAA applications are opening on October 1st!



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  • Zika Virus Awareness



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  • Student Accident Insurance





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  • Guidance Department Assignments


    Mrs. Emily Ekstrand - 9th & 10th grade

    Non-Academy Students


    Ms. Elizabeth Faris - E-Commerce Academy, Engineering Academy


    11th grade Non-Academy Students


    Mrs. Maureen Krater - 12th Grade Non-Academy Students


    Mrs. Amy Rubin - CEL Academy, AVID & IHawk Academy


    Career Academies of Seminole



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    Upcoming College Tours


    Upcoming College Tours


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  • Greetings from the New College of Florida Office of Admissions & Financial Aid!

    I'm writing to let you know I will be in St. Petersburg soon to meet with prospective students and their families. Please join me for coffee and informal conversation.

    Date: Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 3:30 p.m. 

    Location: Panera Bread (Community Room)
                    1908 4th St. N.
                    St. Petersburg, FL 33704-4308

    Please RSVP by Wednesday, October 12 to if you are planning on attending.

    As your admissions counselor, I would love to meet you and discuss New College's unique features. These include:

    • A commitment to active learning and undergraduate research 
    • Students' ability to design some of their own courses, projects, and senior thesis
    • Lack of a traditional core curriculum; no classes are required of all students
    • A great bay front location in Sarasota, an area rich in arts, culture, and natural beauty
    • A great value: world-class education at state-school cost
    • The chance to be part of a fun, exciting community of thinkers and scholars

    New College of Florida is recognized in the U.S. News and World Report​ "Best Colleges 2016​" as the #4 National Public Liberal Arts College and a "Best Buy" school in the 2017 edition of Fiske Guide to Colleges.

    U.S. News & World Report rated New College #6 in its “Top 10 Colleges That Lead to Grad School” (2013).

    Feel free to pass this information on. For more information about New College, please fill out our information request form!




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  • Next Generation Entreprenurs

    Next Generation Entrepreneurs Next Generation Tech



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  • Support Cancer Survivors!

    Support Cancer Survivors




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  • Bridging The Achievement Gap

    2016 - 2017

    Bridging The Achievement Gap  2016 - 2017


    Bridging The Achievement Gap  2016 - 2017



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  • Palm Harbor University High School College Fair

    Palm Harbor University High School will be hosting their 1st annual college fair on October 15th from 12-3 p.m.

    College Fair Flyer




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  • Rock Orchestra Experience

    Vicotry Tour


    Electrify Your Strings Information

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  • Upcoming International Coastal Cleanups


    Bayhead Action Park - October 15th


    St. Petersburg

    Crescent Lake - Invasive Species Removal - October 1st

    49th Street Mayors Cleanup- October 1st

    By the Word of Faith Cleanup - October 8th 

    Crescent Lake - Invasive Species Removal - October 15th

     Joe's Creek/Cross Bayou - October 15th

    Mirror Lake - October 15th

    North Gandy Beach - October 15th

    North Shore Beach - October 15th


    Tarpon Springs

    Boot Ranch to Lake Tarpon Outflow - October 15th

    Sunset Beach -  October 15th



    Madeira Beach - Tom Stuart Causeway Cleanup - October 8th

    Clearwater Beach Pier 60 - October 15th

    Indian Rocks Beach - October 15th

    Indian Shores Beach - October 15th

    Madeira Beach - Archibald Park - October 15th

    Madeira Beach - October 15th 

    North Redington Beach - October 15th  

    Pass-A-Grille/Upham Beach - October 15th

    Sandy Key Park - October 15th



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  • Financial Aid Night


    Dear Parents and Students of Seminole High School:


            Financial aid comes in many forms and from many sources including loans, grants, scholarships and work study.  To begin the financial aid process, the PARENT must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or the FAFSA which available online at  There is a MAJOR change in the Financial Aid process and that is the date you can now apply is October 1, 2016 for the 2017-18 school year. You will use the information from your 2015 tax return!

           Along with the earlier date for applying for financial aid, many colleges have changed their deadline dates for applying for both admission and financial aid. Several state schools have announced priority consideration for both admission and financial aid will be given to students who apply by November 1st. With this in mind, we are encouraging you to apply for admission and to file the FAFSA as early as possible. 

           We are partnered with Osceola High School for Financial Aid Nights and this year, the Financial Aid Information program is at Osceola High School on October 17, 2016 at   6-7:30 PM.    At this meeting, the overall financial aid process, Bright Futures as well as the FAFSA will be discussed.  We urge you to attend this important and informational meeting. 



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  • College Visit Day at SPC


    College Visit Day Flyer

    College Visit Day Flyer Page 2

    This event is structured a little different than in the past. This year it is an OPEN HOUSE style event. Students may arrive anytime during the posted hours with the expectation they will need to complete 90 minutes

    ’ worth of activities to earn their official College Visit Day letter.

    Our goal is to provide them with pertinent information about St. Petersburg College and college in general.

    They can expect to meet our Academic Communities represented conference style in the UP lobby. These Academic Chairs and Faculty will be available to answer questions about their program or major.

    Admissions representatives, Academic Advisors and Financial Aid Officers will also be available.

     Additionally, there will be two 30 minute sessions they will be required to participate in.

    1.College 101. Topics will include:Preparing for College, Financing College, Applying for College, College Majors and the Careers that follow, Types of degrees, and Specific SPC requirements and information.

    2.Motivational Speaker: Our speaker will speak directly to the students about the importance of finishing strong and preparing for life’s next steps. He speaks the students language and is successful at getting them fired up to be their BEST SELVES.

    It is suggested the students take the self-guided tour with prizes at various locations. This will allow the students to see the beautiful facilities and the entire campus.

    Parents are welcome to participate in this event.

     We would like the students to use the RSVP survey on the flyer so we can gage our headcount but it is NOT mandatory to attend.

     We look forward to hosting your students on October 19th.

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    Pinellas County Finanial Aid Seminars

     Pinellas County School Financial Aid Seminars

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  •  College and Career Fairs

    College Fair Flyer

    Pinellas County College Fair

    Pinellas County ESE College, Career & Life Fair

    Pinellas County College and Career Fair





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  • Ryan Nece Power of Giving Program 



    Are you?

    A leader in your school or community?

    Passionate about a social problem or community need?

    An enthusiastic and hardworking volunteer?

    Motivated and self-directed?

    Do you?

    Want to further develop your leadership skills?

    Want to make a difference in your community?

    Want to use your time and talents to help others?


    Power of Giving Student Service Program!

    We are seeking current sophomores from Hillsborough and Pinellas County schools to join the 2016-17 program via an online application  The application period is February 29 –April 15.  Students will be notified of their acceptance into the programMay 2.  A mandatory meeting will be held May 17 and as least one parent/guardian must attend.


    Students selected for the program will:

    Need to be able to commit to a two-year leadership development program and be able to travel for a capstone service learning trip.  This may include international travel and would require a valid passport.

    Be responsible to complete a 10 month leadership curriculum course work on time, attend monthly meetings and service projects, and participate in community outreach programs and/or fundraising events in the evenings and/or weekends.

    Have opportunities to earn over 60 service hours (Bright Futures and CAS qualified).

    Meet and work with students and mentors from diverse backgrounds from the greater Tampa Bay area.

    Have opportunities for internships and letters of recommendation from the Ryan Nece Foundation Board of Directors and staff.

    Develop usable and marketable skills such as project management, public speaking, social media, fundraising, social enterprise creation and management, collaboration, business etiquette, etc.

    Power of Giving Student Service Program

    Ideal Student Candidate Profile



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  • SHS Cinderella Play Review 

    "So impressed, I looked on the SHS website to see more information about the play. We loved the SHS website with all the amazing photos from Friday night's performance. It was so nice to reminisce about the scenes as we looked at the photos and we found ourselves smiling the whole time!"   -  Donna A. Johnson



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  • Class of 2017 Parents & Students


    We finally did it!


    My name is Norah McClure and I am the Senior Class President. We have a lot of fun and new ideas for this year. We will be sharing these ideas with you on Friday 8/12 in the auditorium.


    If you have any suggestions to make our Senior year the best, please feel free to email me at or you can attend any Senior Class meeting Tuesday's after school in room A-5.


    Communication Sign-Ups for Class of 2017

    Text@shs-17 to 81010 for text messaging updates



    Follow us on Twitter @SHS_Seniors2017


    Football Game  




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  • Parents and Students interested in College Resources?
    Want to stay up to date on all the College Resources that would help your child be college ready?  Please make sure to join our Remind text messaging by texting @shsraz to 81010, you can also follow me on twitter @SSHSAVIDCollege or join our Facebook group

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  • Contact Information
    Contact Mr. Scales at or YOUR CLASS PRESIDENT at for any questions related to graduation.

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