Nhs Inductions

Education notes

November 25, 1991

The Northeast High School chapter of National Honor Society will sponsor one of its largest induction ceremonies at 8:35 a.m. Nov. 26 at the school auditorium.

Twenty-four our of 41 applicants were accepted, and the new members will be welcomed into the National Honor Society at the ceremony. After the ceremony, parents, faculty, and members of the Honor Society, new and old, will be invited to a small reception in the media center at 9:30 a.m.

OPEN HOUSE AT AACC

There will be an open house focusing on architecture, interior design, communications, art and technology at Anne Arundel Community College 7:30 to 9 p.m. Nov. 26.

The open house for prospective students will take place in the faculty dining room of the Student Services Center.

Events will feature an overview of the four technologiesalong with a video about the college. Reservations are requested.

Information: 541-2433.

GRANDPARENTS INVITED

Chesapeake Academy will sponsor its annual Grandparents and Special Friends Day 10 a.m. tonoon Nov. 27.

Grandparents and friends of Chesapeake Academy students will visit classes, enjoy refreshments and see programs presented by the primary school and the elementary school.

The school is at 1185 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd. in Ar

nold. The school serves children from age 3 to grade five.

Information: 647-9612.

SHOLARSHIP FOR MUSICIANS

The Music Department of Archbishop Spalding High in Severn will award a $750 scholarship to a prospective ninth-grade band student for the school year 1992-1993. The audition deadline is setfor Dec. 2.

The scholarship, renewable annually, will be awarded on the basis of musical talent and scholastic ability. Auditions are slated for Jan. 7 through 10 at the school.

A transcript of gradesand two letters of recommendation should be sent to Archbishop Spalding High by Jan. 8, 1992. Students will be notified of a specific time for their audition.

Information: 969-9105.

REFRESH STUDY SKILLS

Middle and high school students can bone up on their study skills from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Dec. 2, 4, 9 and 11 at Bates Middle School in Annapolis.

The course, open to all county residents, will be conducted by Janice T. Hubbard, a former teacher and guidance counselor. Students will be taught organizational skills, time management, note-taking, techniques for studying, test preparation, test-taking and textbook reading.

Previous students can attend with no charge, but a feewill be charged to new registrants.

Information: 544-1198.

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