ALL GRADUATION INFO - ceremony details, order of events, clear bag policy, tickets, health & safety, guests, arrival, parking, attire, live stream, behavior, cap decorating, etc.
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Alive at 25 is offering virtual classes online. These live, virtual classes are led by an Alive at 25 instructor and monitored by SCNSC staff. We are conducting the online classes just as we would if we were in the classroom with students. Click "Learn More" below for class links and details.
The School Counseling Department misses you all, so we'll be doing virtual meetings! The following days and times will be reserved for each grade level. Each meeting is 45 minutes long, however you can join the meeting at any time and leave when you need to. This will also be a time for you to set up an individual appointment with your counselor if needed. Click "Learn More" below for details.
We want to thank all of the parents that attended the 8th grade Parent Night. If you were unable to attend, the Power Point presentation and the Freshman Course Request sheet can be found on the AC Flora Counseling Website under the Information tab.
Congratulations to Amanda Melvin who was selected by her peers as our 2020 Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Melvin is in our Social Studies department and teaches a variety of classes including AP Macro and AP World History. She's been teaching at AC Flora since 2008 and is our Social Studies department chair.
Did you know that just by grocery shopping and simply entering your phone number at check-out you can provide much needed money to support AC Flora? Parents can partner with our local Publix grocery store to earn money to support AC Flora. By simply creating a personal profile at www.publix.com and choosing AC Flora as your publix partner, AC Flora will receive a percentage of your grocery spending.
Four AC Flora Seniors have been named semifinalists in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program. Congratulations to the following seniors for their selection as semifinalists, an honor that less than 1 percent of U.S. high school seniors achieve: Pictured are: (front) Lauren Amrol, (second row) Elizabeth Thomas, Chloe Courtney Bohl and (back row) Thomas Kepley.