I am so grateful Gabrielle attends Germantown High School. The learning and overall environment aligns perfectly with many of my values. Germantown High School fosters a warm and inviting environment and yet maintains a very challenging curriculum with optional and honors classes. It, at the same time, provides a secure and nurturing campus that embraces its students. The staff and guidance counselors are some very special people who have embraced us and been extremely helpful from Gabrielle's first day of enrollment. The support I have received for Gabrielle is just phenomenal.
Being a part of Germantown High School has afforded Gabrielle the opportunity to blossom into a beautiful young lady. Germantown High's curriculum has provided her with just the challenge she needs to maintain continued academic growth and a 3.9 GPA. Because of her GPA she has been inducted into the Beta Club as well as the opportunity to participate in numerous other organizations. It feel...
Hello all beta club members. If you are still short on projects, Meredith Geyer is running a $10 bring-in project to help the patients at Le Bonheur Children's Hospital. This will only count for one project and you can't bring in more money for more projects. The senior cut off day for projects was yesterday, but if you see her today she will still give you credit for your project.
Congratulations to all new Beta Club inductees who joined our ranks yesterday! Remember to keep your grades up, attend two meetings, and complete two projects. If you don't meet these requirements you will put on probation. Congratulations on your induction, we are proud to honor your academic achievements and look forward to you bettering the community.
The Wolf River Conservancy hosted it's 12th annual tree planting this past Saturday, with sponsors ranging from FedEx and International Paper, the gold level sponsors Brother International and Crawford-Howard Private Foundation, and bronze level sponsors Indian Community Fund for Greater Memphis, The Memphis Garden Club and The Little Garden Club. Announcements were made and a planting demonstration was given to ensure that the plants were planted correctly. Coffee, water, snacks and pizza were given free of charge for those volunteers, thanks to the Wolf River Conservancy.
Over 250 people including many Germantown High School students have participated in this event and were given gloves and a shovels for the planting. Everyone had a great time helping out and for the the Germantown High School students that participated, this event counted as a project for National Science Honor Society as well as a Beta Club and Key Club project.