Come Join the Yellow Jackets Twirl Line
St. Anthony Catholic High School's New Baton Twirling Club. Gain twirling skills from novice to intermediate level. Available to all students (boys and girls welcome), regardless of skill level. Beginning with the 2018-19 school year.
Course Catalog for 2018-19 (click for PDF)
The counselors will begin meeting with students soon to discuss their course options for next year. If you have any questions concerning course offering, please contact your child's counselor.
Mr. Homer Carrizales, Freshmen & Sophomore Class Counselor
Ms. Jennifer W. Torres, Junior Class Counselor
Ms. Sarah Harrison, Senior Class Counselor
In this program, selected high school juniors and seniors may earn up to 30 hours of college credit while completing the requirements for high school graduation. The program grants dual credit for courses that have counterparts at the high school level. Students are eligible for any course available to an entering University freshman. As in the case of other University students, exceptions to prerequisites are handled on an individual basis. All connection courses are taught by the University of the Incarnate Word faculty with the same syllabus, same textbook, and same rigor as any other section taught on the campus and filled with other University students.
The Brainpower Connection is a widening circle of support, influence, and collegiality established when five different institutions - their faculties and students - connect to share their brainpower. Shared vision, shared faculties, and shared facilities help break down the walls that traditionally separate high schools and universities.
Read Vibes: Summer Reading 2018
Start: Fri May 25 (the last day of school)
Finish: Thu Aug 16 (the first day of school)
1. Choose. Select something to read. What you choose is up to you: a book, a comic, even song lyrics.
2. Read. Read for fun. Feel the read vibes.
3. Post here. Share what you've read.
Fill out the form completely. You'll need to answer one important question: "Why does what you read relate to your life?"
4. Repeat and read on.
Read the most things.
Prizes: A book of your choice. Brand new, oh yeahr.
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