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Class and College Admission Information

Applerouth SAT Prep at CHS this Fall

Conquer Your Test-Taking Fears with Applerouth Tutoring at Campbell High School

The tests are standardized – our approach is anything but. In this interactive class, you will hone the test-taking strategies necessary to master the SAT. Your tutor will use class data from mock tests to tailor each session to your group’s needs.

To register, go to www.applerouth.com/signup and enter the event code SAT4588.

Registration deadline is July 29.

Total cost, including materials, is $375.

Calendar for SAT Group Class

(17.5 hours of group tutoring + 2 mock tests)

Mock SAT Aug 3 (Sat) 9:00am – 1:30pm

Session 1 Aug 7 (Wed) 3:45pm – 6:15pm

Session 2 Aug 14 (Wed) 3:45pm – 6:15pm

Session 3 Aug 21 (Wed) 3:45pm – 6:15pm

Session 4 Sep 4 (Wed) 3:45pm – 6:15pm

Session 5 Sep 11 (Wed) 3:45pm – 6:15pm

Mock SAT Sep 14 (Sat) 9:00am – 1:30pm

Session 6 Sep 18 (Wed) 3:45pm – 6:15pm

Session 7 Oct 2 (Wed) 3:45pm – 6:15pm

Download a flyer with the class info below:

Campbell Flyer fall 2019 rev

2019 Summer Work for CHS IB Students

Scroll through this list to find and download the summer work that you will need to complete for your courses in the 2020-2020 school year). Directions are on each downloadable or linked  document. Assignments are grouped by subject area and–when possible–labeled with the grade level.

ART

ART IB Visual Arts 11 Summer Work

FRENCH

FRENCH Summer Work IB FR 6-7

French Summer work for rising Juniors 2019

SOCIAL STUDIES

HISTORY IB History 12 2019-20 Summer Word List

HISTORY IB HOTA11 Summer work, 2019

HUMAN GEO AP Human Geography Summer Assignment 201920

MATH

MATH Accelerated PreCalc Summer Work

MATH HL Applications 11 Summer Packet

MATH IB Mathematics HL 12 Summer Work

MATH Math Studies12Summer

MATH Rising IB SL Junior Summer Work

MATH SL Math Senior Summer Assignment

ENGLISH

ENGLISH AP Language 10 Summer Reading

ENGLISH IB 11 English Required Summer Reading

ENGLISH Summer Reading PIB 9th Lit Fall 2019

The text for Pre-IB Ninth Literature is The Haunting of Hill House, by Shirley Jackson. Any edition will be fine for class–here is an Amazon link: https://www.amazon.com/Haunting-Hill-House-Movie-Tie/dp/0143134191/

College Planning: Summer Work for IB Rising Seniors

Download the document linked below–instructions and deadlines are on the document itself.

IB-Senior-English-Summer-Assignment-2019-2020

 

CAS Handbook 2019-2020

Download the handbook using the link below (or bookmark this post).

CAS handbook 2020

Smyrna Earth Day Festival

The Smyrna Earth Day Festival will be held on Saturday, April 13, from 10 am-3 pm at Tolleson park in Smyrna. This is a great way to celebrate Earth Day and support the local community! Volunteers are needed for different shifts and activities on the day of the festival--and please encourage your family and friends to join in the celebration.

Volunteers can sign up here.

More information about the festival can be found here.

If you have any questions, IB junior Natasha Dörr-Kapczynski (natashadorrkap@gmail.com) will be able to answer them.

Vote for Mr. and Miss CHS!

Here is how to vote for Mr. and Miss CHS. Voting will be open until 3:30 pm Thursday, March 28.

  1. Make sure you are logged into Google with your CHS email address (the one that ends in @campbellhigh.net).
  2. Go to this link: http://tinyurl.com/mrmisschs2019
  3. Select “Senior”
  4. Select 10 girls and 10 boys (you must choose 10 for each before you will be allowed to exit) and click “submit.”

These votes will be used to choose Mr. and Miss CHS and will be added into overall point totals for Who’s Who.

If you have any questions, see Mr. Jones in room 902.

Villas of South Cobb Scholarship

If you or someone you know lives at Villas of South Cobb, there is scholarship money available! Download the flyer below:

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Open Summer Job with the City of Smyrna Parks & Rec Dept.

They are looking for individuals (16 and over) who would like to assist with their youth camp program this summer.

 Please pass the attached job description along and let CHS students know that they can Apply Here on the City Of Smyrna, Human Resources webpage (page 2) for the following position:

   – PT Seasonal Camp Counselor (40 hrs./ wk. – For 7 weeks)

Job description is below:

Summer Camp Counselor Job Description-1muk5gs

Short Summer Internship with Law Firm (Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP)

Info and application below:

2019 H.S. Internship Program Applicant Letter and Application-13ddsk6

 

Georgia State CTY Program

Application: Student_application CTY_summer 2019-18ejkfk

Info:

Georgia State University is pleased to announce the third year of Catch Them Young (CTY), our high school research immersion program, sponsored by the Molecular Basis of Disease (MBD). MBD bridges multiple natural and computational science departments under a common vision to create a vibrant interdisciplinary research community on the GSU campus.

 

This unique pre-college summer research program provides students with the rare opportunity to get involved in cutting-edge research and hands-on experiments. Students are guided and mentored by outstanding GSU faculty and graduate students and are able to participate in nearly every aspect of an active research environment, including experimentation, data collection, data analysis, collaboration, and presentations. Completion of this program gives students matchless insight and perspective about scientific research and enables them to hone in critical thinking, and a scientific attitude. Indeed, there is not any other pre-college summer program like CTY!

CTY students will conduct scientific research projects in a university research laboratory under the mentorship of GSU faculty and graduate students in the following fields:

Biology
Chemistry
Physics and Astronomy
Mathematics and Statistics
Computer Science
Neuroscience

Program Overview:

Free to students;
8-week summer program, 5 days per week, 8 hours per day;
Open to high school juniors and seniors with exceptional academic
records and a high interest in science;

Those accepted into the program will be assigned to a laboratory in the
field of their choice and paired with a GSU graduate student mentor who
will assist them in the conceptualization, execution, and completion of a
research project.

 

 Only rising juniors and rising seniors can apply for this opportunity
>       We will accept unweighted GPA
>       Applicant should be 16 years of age at the time of application
>       Parking will be provided
>       The deadline for applications is March 1st, 2019 by 5 pm

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