Visitors should park at the entrance near the flag pole and meet the Ram HOST in the front office. To receive a tour please complete the form linked below or call the school at 704-810-8816.
Special Student Recognition:
Amber Courtemanche- HOSA District 6 $250 Scholarship
Collin Hill- 1st Place, Physical Therapy
Gabrielle Whiteman- 1st, Dental Science
Noele Jones- 2nd Dental Terminology
Erin Farris- 2nd, Dental Science
Ellen Terry- 2nd, Clinical Specialty
Savannah Lawing- 3rd, Dental Terminology
Alexis Burton- 3rd, Dental Science
Ginna Suarez- 3rd, Healthy Lifestyles
Haley Abernathy- 3rd, HOSA Happenings Newsletter
Logan Runyan- 3rd, Outstanding HOSA Chapter
Austin Lowry- 4th, Dental Science
Logan Runyan- 4th, Medical Assisting
Haley Abernathy and Sidney Roberts- 4th, CERT Skills
Caroline Cole- 4th, Healthy Lifestyles
Kensley Fisher- 5th, Dental Science
Victoria Coulter- 6th, Dental Terminology
Kelsey Best and Jenna Payne- 6th, CERT Skills
Makayla Young- 6th, Health Care Issues Exam
Madison Brooks- 7th, Health Care Issues Exam
Corinthia Friday- 9th, Prepared Speaking
Sarah Eagan, and Miriam Okonkwo- 9th, Forensic Medicine
Brian Koo- 10th, Dental Terminology
MacKenzie Foust- 10th, Biomedical Laboratory Science
Metra Sheshbaradaran & Emily Aguilar- 10th, Forensic Medicine
Amber Courtemanche- 10th, Extemporaneous Writing
Maria Araujo- 10th, Healthy Lifestyles
The McAdenville Elementary-Pharr Yarns team was the winner of the annual “Are You Smarter Than a Gaston County Fifth Grader?” competition held last Thursday night at Stuart W. Cramer High School. The event raised more than $29,000, which will be used by the Gaston County Education Foundation to fund grants for innovative classroom activities.
Jimmy Wayne could be doing something different with his time. The country music star has played at venues like the Grand Ole Opry and Madison Square Garden and recently published a New York Times bestselling memoir. Rather than take advantage of these larger stages, Wayne spent several days last week performing for relatively small audiences of school children -- for free.
Fourteen Gaston County Schools teachers have joined an elite group of educators by earning National Board Certification, the highest standard for the teaching profession. The newly certified teachers were recognized during a reception on March 4 at the Schiele Museum in Gastonia.