Principal's Message 

The second marking period marks a time for us to begin to prepare for next school year. Our students had an opportunity to learn about courses and programs that will be offered for next year. Parents had the opportunity to learn about our programming, graduation requirements and the supports that are in place for students. I encourage you to review the information shared in this newsletter and if you have questions, please call your child's school counselor.

We have also been working to expand our partnerships with community-based mental health supporters. By the end of this month we will have finalized our partnership paperwork with Changing Lives at Home (to provide supports for substance use and abuse) and Hope Health Systems. Both of these organizations, along with our current partnership with Villa Maria, are committed to providing supports to our students and families.

I extend an invitation for you to join us on March 14th for a special presentation for parents about the various programs available to students that provide early college access and exposure. There are four programs - AVID, Upward Bound, TRIO, and CCBC Early College Access Program (ECAP) - that offer different levels of support and exposure to students and guardians. This presentation will begin immediately after the March 14th PTSA Meeting which begins at 6:00 PM.

We are excited about the opportunities being provided to our students during the second semester. Our newsletter shares information about these opportunities and we hope that our students take advantage of them.

It continues to be an honor to be the principal of this school and getting to know your child and the community. I look forward to the continued opportunities for us to work together in supporting our students throughout the year.


With gratitude, 

Allison Seymour


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Vikings of the Month


Each month, students are selected as Vikings of the Month to recognize the way in which they consistently uphold the Viking Code of Conduct - Readiness, Responsibility, and Respect

Here are the Vikings of the Month for March 2023:
Grade 9 - Camren T.
Grade 10 - Nare D.
Grade 11 - Nicolas C.-D.
Grade 12 - Angelina B.

Virtuous Viking of the Month

Each month, the school community will focus on a Virtue that complements the Viking Code of Conduct of Respect, Responsibility, and Readiness. Students are selected as Virtuous Viking of the Month to recognize the way in which they consistently uphold the Virtue of the Month.

Here are the Virtuous Vikings in each grade for March 2023:
Grade 9 - Kiara N.
Grade 10 - Tyshawn C.
Grade 11 - Diovanie P.
Grade 12 - Jose D.V..

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Inspirational Educator of the Month

Each month the winner of this award selects another member of our amazing staff to highlight for the way in which they exemplify this amazing profession. 

The winners for the 2022-23 school year are:

  • September - Jacqueline Small
  • October - Seth Berlin
  • November - Carrie Baldwin
  • December - Krystal Topper
  • January - Seth Berlin
  • February - Andrew Parker
  • March - Steve Coursey
  • April - Dr. Laura Brown
  • May - 
  • June -