SRGS: ARTS AUDITION
PLEASE TO REMEMBER TO REGISTER FOR THE LOCAL AUDITION FOR THE SUMMER RESIDENTIAL GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS BY MONDAY, OCTOBER 23. IF YOU DO NOT REGISTER AND PARTICIPATE FOR THE LOCAL AUDITION, YOU WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE TO ATTEND.
SUMMER RESIDENTIAL GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL (SRGS)
THE 2016 APPLICATIONS/FORM FOR ALL SRGS ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN THE FOLDERS ON THE GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL PAGE.
VPA SRGS 2015 Notice
The auditions for Theater and Piano will not take place on November 5th; the time and place is yet to be decided. Please check in with Mrs. Baran and Mr. Bredbenner for updates.
Students applying for Arts programs should only complete the preliminary application; once students know they are going forward to the state auditions, then they should complete the full application.
Students applying for humanities, math/science/technology, and agriculture programs should complete the academic application.
Students applying for the mentorships programs or the Life Sciences/Medicine program should complete the mentorship application.
This application is for humanities, math/science/technology, and agriculture programs.
You will need to type the application. If you can e-mail Mrs. Baran or Mr. Bredbenner your completed application in addition to submitting the typed, printed copy, that allows us to make necessary changes at school when we review your application with you.
Please do not forget that you need two teacher recommendations. Teacher A should be a current teacher in your area of interest. Teacher B can be any non-related adult who can rate you based on the recommendation criteria.
Materials related to the Medicine and Health Sciences program and the Engineering and Marine Science Mentorships.
These programs are very highly selective. Please do not apply to any of these areas without consulting with Mrs. Baran and Mr. Bredbenner in room 1145. Scientific research (VJAS or ISEF methodology) is required for Marine Science and essentially necessary for Engineering.
Information, application, and all you need to know about the Summer Residential Governor's School for Visual and Performing Arts at Radford University.
Information about the ACADEMIC YEAR dual enrollment program at George Mason University's Prince William campus. Please also see the GS@IP web site to make sure you are getting the latest updates on the program.
Forest Park's points of contact for GS@IP are Ms. Markensen and Ms. Neace, Guidance Counselors. Questions should be directed to Mr. James Mudd (see below).
Completed applications should be submitted directly to Mr. James Mudd, PWCS Supervisor of Gifted Education and Specialty Programs, at the Kelly Leadership Center. Please contact Mr. Mudd directly with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703.791.7400.
Highly-detailed, official student and parent guide published by the state. An excellent resource for program details.
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