Senior and Testing Schedule
Sen Exams 6 & 7
Per. 1 7:25-8:07
Per. 2 8:12-9:00
Per. 3 9:05-9:55
Per. 4 12:54-1:39
Per. 5 1:44-2:10
Gov't HSA &
Sen Exams 4 & 5
5 12:20-1:20* Per. 6 1:25-2:10
Sen Exams 2 & 3
Per. 1 7:25-8:07
Per. 4 10:24-11:03
Per. 5 11:08-11:56
Per. 6 12:38-1:17
Per. 7 1:22-2:10
Biology HSA &
Sen Exam 1
Per. 2 12:20-12:54
Per. 3 12:59-1:33
Per. 7 1:38-2:10
Sen Makeup Exams Appt Only
Per. 1 7:25-8:11
Per. 2 8:16-9:02
Per. 3 9:07-9:53
Per. 4 9:58-10:44
Per. 5 10:49-11:40
Per. 6 12:33-1:19
Per. 7 1:24-2:10
If students need to take a makeup exam, they
must first obtain administrative approval, then make arrangements with their
teacher. As you can see from the schedule above, the school day for seniors
will get progressively shorter as they take their exams. Once they have taken
their exams, they do not have to go back to that class. The day of their exam will
be their last day in that class. If they do not have an exam for a
particular period, they must attend that class until the exam period for that
class has ended. Example: If a senior does not have a period 7 exam on
Friday, May 17th, he/she must still attend that class. He/she will not have to go back to that class
on Tuesday, May 19th.
Springbrook's Women in Technology
Springbrook’s women gave another example of just how special they are recently. The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) hosted a ceremony for their Award for Aspirations in Computing for the Maryland/Delaware Affiliates at the University of Maryland College Park. Out of the 25 girls in the region who received the award 4 of them were from Springbrook. 12 of the award winners were from Montgomery County Public Schools. (5 from Poolesville and 3 from Blair)
Please give a congratulations to the following students who won.
In addition, their Coach and Teacher, Mr Price (pictured) won an educator award for inspiring and helping his students to pursue careers in technology. For more information about NCWIT, click here.
MCPS Energy Poster Competition
Please congratulate senior Asma Shah on receiving 2nd place in the county wide “SERT Watt's Up” energy poster competition!
Her poster will be displayed in schools around the county. Click here for more information about the SERT program and what you can do to help reduce energy waste and reduce your eco-footprint: http://www.montgomeryschoolsmd.org/departments/facilities/greenschoolsfocus/contest.aspx
Springbrook High School Freshman Summer Camp
Get a jump start on high school, meet teachers, make new friends and learn about some of our course offerings!
Ninth grade can set the tone for a successful high school career. For some students it can be a hard transition from middle school. Every year, Springbrook High School offers a one week transition program called the Freshman Summer Camp. We use this camp to help allay the fears and preconceptions of incoming 9th grade students by making sure that students have both a positive academic as well as social experience in a small setting. Students take four courses each day. One course, High School 101, offers a chance to get student questions answered, learn their way around the building, and develop a relationship with a 9th grade teacher. Our three other courses come from our variety of school programs including Art, Culinary and Science/Technology. Please consider enrolling your incoming Springbrook Blue Devil in our camp this summer!
Contact John Weinshel with questions: John_R_Weinshel@mcpsmd.org
Springbrook @Washington International Relations Conference
Members of Springbrook's Model United Nations participated in the Washington International Relations Conference hosted at American University from Friday, March 27 through Sunday, March 29. Jake Dunn, Nadeen Aladham, Febene Tsigie, and Zuriel Herran worked with other high school students from as close as Washington, DC and as far as Hawaii to tackle complex global issues such as Syrian refugees, international arms trafficking, and global pandemics. Congratulations to Zuriel, awarded “Best Delegate,” for his work representing Venezuela.
Summer Institute -
Instrumental Music and Jazz Camp
The Summer Institute Instrumental Music and Jazz Camp at Springbrook High School is a one-week, intensive, course of
study in the areas of instrumental music development and jazz performance taught by some of the area’s most talented
jazz musicians. The camp workshops are designed to build fundamental concepts in performance techniques, jazz
improvisation, music theory and history. All music students grades 6-12 and all instrument types and musical abilities
are encouraged to register and attend.
The program will be held Monday, June 22, 2015 through Friday, June 26, 2015 from 8:00am-2:30pm in room D-108 at
Springbrook High School. Each day of Jazz Camp, students should bring their instrument, a light snack, and a bag lunch.
On the final day of Jazz Camp, the students and instructors will perform a concert together showcasing to friends
and family the new skills they developed during the week. This amazing concert will be held on Friday, June 26, 2015 at
3:00 pm in the Springbrook High School Auditorium and admission is free. Please click here for the flyer for more information and to register. Questions? Contact Mr. Wyman Jones, Band Director
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