Area School News
The Gloucester County School Board made several appointments during its Sept. 14 meeting.
Four 2010 graduates of Mathews High School have earned the designation of AP Scholar by the College Board, in recognition of exceptional achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement exams.
The Mathews High School counseling office is accepting registration for the Preliminary SAT test through Tuesday, Oct. 5.
Ware Academy welcomed students with an open house and back-to-school picnic on Sept. 7 and an opening convocation on Sept. 8.
The Rappahannock Community College Educational Foundation’s Rappahannock Institute for Lifelong Learning will present a series of lectures by Pete Teagle on “Airborne Operations during World War II.”
Rappahannock Community College’s Department of Workforce Development is partnering with the Menokin Foundation, Stratford Hall, the Foundation for Historic Christ Church, George Washington’s Birthplace, and the Fairfield Foundation to offer a six-course certificate program in historic preservation.
Rappahannock Community College’s fall 2010 semester features a new career studies certificate program, “Millwright Technology.”
Registration is being accepted through Oct. 1 for the 19th annual Future City Competition for middle school students.