HSoC Weekly Update

February 7 - 11, 2022

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Quote for the Week

" I have nothing in common with lazy people who blame others for their lack of success. Great things come from hard work and perseverance. No Excuses"

Kobe Bryant- Mamba Mentality

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TSIA Testing

Students Please info, Mrs. Cunningham, today at 3:00 PM if you're interested in taking the TSIA 2 this Thursday at 8:30. A PreAssessment and some preparation material, are required and will be sent via email.
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Newest Graduates - CONGRATUALTIONS!!!!!

Senior Pictures

Feb 25, 2022, 10 am -12 noon Must Schedule Appointment. Contact Mrs. Cunnngham@ mcunningham@wisd.org
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Prom tickets are officially on sale!! Tickets can be purchased online at https://wisd.revtrak.net/hs/waxahachie-hs/#/list or students can pay with cash or check at WHS with Mrs. Audley in the counselor's suite at WHS.

Checks must be made out to WISD and include a Driver’s License number and phone number on the check.

Tickets are currently being sold for $80 each and will continue to increase by $10 on the 1st of every month until prom day, April 9th.

Once Approved by Dr. Benskin you are eligible to purchase your ticket!

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ASVAB- Re-Scheduled

Thursday, Feb. 17th, 8:30am

55 Northgate Drive

Waxahachie, TX

Contact Mrs. Cunningham @ mcunningham@wisd.org

Preparing for the ASVAB

As you get ready to take the ASVAB test you will need to spend some time studying. Remember, the higher your ASVAB score, the more job options you have for your military career, including an array of special pay and bonuses.

What’s the best way to study for the ASVAB? Start by taking a practice test to set a base-line score and understand the portions of the test that might be extra challenging for you. Find a quiet place to study, gather the tools you need and set a study schedule for yourself. You can take ASVAB practice tests on Military.com and learn more about ASVAB study tips.

HSoC - High School of Choice

We are an alternative high school, designed to help at-risk students achieve their goals of high school graduation and beyond. HSoC supports students through rigorous, innovative, and engaging learning experiences. Every student will be empowered to fiercely navigate their world with resilience, purpose, courage, humility, and pride.

Academic Performance and Effort

It is an expectation that all High School of Choice (HSoC) students put forth the effort to reach their maximum potential. Academic excellence is achieved by challenging yourself to improve on every assignment or task you encounter.

Don't Be Defined By Your Mistakes | Joel Osteen