• Mid-Year Reports
      • Mid-Year Report Request Form - please complete for schools not on CommonApp that require a mid-year report.
      • Mid-Year Reports will be available at the END of January. Once available, Mrs. Machak will upload required mid-year reports to CommonApp without any further action. 

    • NC American Chemical Society - Project SEED (Science Educational Experience for the Disadvantaged (ForCurrentJuniors)
      • Project SEED is a cost-free, year-round science enrichment program for academically talented, economically disadvantaged students.  The goal of the program is to motivate students who have an interest in science to pursue terminal degrees.  NC ACS Project SEED offers a paid summer internship to selected students.  First year students receive a $3200 stipend.  Students who reside in Wake, Durham, Orange, Harnett and Johnston counties commute to their internship sites at North Carolina State, Duke, UNC-Chapel Hill, North Carolina Central or Campbell University.  Senior students receive assistance with the college, financial aid and scholarship application process. 
      • Application and Teacher Recommendation (From a Chemistry Teacher)
      • For information about the financial eligibility requirements, please email Mrs. Machak
    • Chowan University Campapalooza - June 18-23 - for Rising Seniors
      • Campapalooza is a 5-day academic summer camp for rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors. They will live on campus, have their meals in the University cafeteria, and spend their days engaged in exciting academic activities with our University Faculty!
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    • Scholar Academy for Latinxs United for Diversity (SALUD) is a FREE semester-long opportunity for Latinx students to meet bilingual healthcare professionals, learn about health inequalities affecting the Latinx community, get college admissions and financial aid advising, engage with Duke Medical students and Latinx role models, participate in STEM demos, and practice clinical skills with the same resources and technology of medical professionals.

      • Applications for this year at due January 22nd at 11:59 pm.

    • Bull City in Black: HBCU Showcase & Community Resource Fair Saturday, Jan. 28th, 11 AM - 3PM at the Emily K Center
      • The goal of this event is to celebrate the history and enduring legacy of historically black colleges and universities from across the state and region. The Emily K Center will host representatives and student organizations from HBCUs, and community organizations with a particular focus on mental health and wellness. Students and families from across Durham are invited to join us at the Center to learn more about HBCUs, admissions opportunities, and gain access to health and wellness services unique to the Bull City.

      • This event is free and open to all — high school students and their families are strongly encouraged to attend. Registration is highly encouraged. However, walk-ins are welcomed. All event information can be found a emilyk.org/hbcu  

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    • 2023 Durham Bulls TV Crew
      • Applications are now being accepted for the 2023 Durham Bulls season. If you are interested in being a part of the TV Crew, please complete the 2023 Online Application.  Applications are due by Sunday, Feb. 19th, 2023 and must be completed to be considered for membership. We will be limiting the crew to 70 members

      • The Durham Bulls and Explorer Post 50 will be holding an Open House on Wednesday, Feb. 8th from 6:30-8:00pm at the Durham Bulls Athletic Ball Park located at 409 Blackwell Street, Durham, NC 27701.

    • McIntyre Youth Leadership Challenge- Register by 2/28
      • Link to Website
      • Is there a problem in our community that you are passionate about researching and finding a solution? The McIntyre Youth Leadership Challenge strives to inspire and encourage high and middle school youth to demonstrate the qualities of good citizenship by developing the skills required to seek solutions to the various problems within their local communities through research, public speaking and community action.
    • Emerging Journalist Summer Program at Elon
      • Flyer and Website
      • What is it?

        • Four learning sessions on foundational journalism skills, including News Gathering & Writing; Editing & Design; Photojournalism & Multimedia Broadcast; and Law & Ethics.
        • A certificate of completion for completing all four session assessments.
        • High school juniors from diverse socio-economic, racial or ethnic backgrounds who successfully complete the Exposure experience will be invited to apply for the Immersion experience, a 12-day, experiential learning workshop on Elon University’s campus with travel, lodging, meal and instructional expenses paid for by EJP.
    • Hank & Billye Suber Aaron Young Scholar Summer Research Institute
    • Meredith College Office of Student Leadership Conference 2/11/2023
      • Meredith is hosting a FREE Leadership Conference for high school juniors on 2/11. This year's conference aims to inspire and challenge the rising generation to be intentional with their leadership and the great impact they have in their communities through inclusion and acceptance. The conference will highlight the importance of female leadership with guest speakers throughout the day as well as encourage leadership skill development through breakout workshop sessions.  Registration is now open. Registration encouraged by Sunday, February 5, 2023.   
    • Teen Grief Group
      • Duke Hospice Bereavement Services desires to be a free or low cost resource for the community. We are currently offering a support group, ReLEAF Connections, for children K-5th grade, on the first Thursday of every month from 6:00-7:30 pm and a virtual teen support group, Teen ReLEAF for 6th-12th graders on the second Thursday of every month from 4:30-5:30pm. If you are interested in attending, parent/caregivers can email dhchcamp@dm.duke.edu.
    • US Naval Academy Summer Seminar Applications due April 15th

      • Juniors interested in pursuing an appointment to the US Naval Academy are invited to apply for the Summer Seminar. Summer Seminar introduces you to life at the Academy, where you will experience first-class academic, athletic, and professional training at one of the most prestigious academic institutions in the country.
      • Website
      • Flyer
    • ACT ONLINE PREP ACCESS AVAILABLE FOR ALL DPS JUNIORS

      • All DPS juniors have access to ACT Online Prep as a resource to support their preparation for the ACT administration in Spring 2023.  flyer

    • SAT Prep
      • Available online for free through Khan Academy