Admiral Nation
 

 
          Free ACT Workshops
 

January

21st   
Talk About It
Class Rings Issued during lunch 
 
22nd 
Department Chairperson Meeting 
 
29th
Jr. Selective college Meeting 5:30 Library
 
February
2nd
WWII Museum Field Trip for Juniors
Board Meeting
 
6th
Lock Down Drill
 
9th
Board Meeting
Fire Drill
 
10th
District PLC
 
11th
GHS Design Team
 
12th
Progress Reports
 
16th - 18th
Mardi Gras Holiday 
 
24th
Vertical Alignment
 
26th
Department Chairperson Meeting
 
March
 
3rd
All Juniors take the ACT
 
4th
SPED Transition Fair
 
5th-10th
PARCC PBA Assessment
 
9th
Fire/Bomb Drill
 
11th
Design Team Meeting
 
13th
Gulfport Choral Festival
 
14th
Band Percussion Competition 

 

 

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  •  Excellence is the Result of Caring more than others think is Wise, Risking more than others think is Safe, Dreaming more than others think is Practical, and Expecting more than others think is Possible.” 
     
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     Admiral Nation is a school spirit store that is run by the Business Management Technology Students at Gulfport High. We specialize in Gulfport themed apparel.  All items include the official Gulfport Logo.
     
    We offer a variety of t-shirts, polo shirts, shorts, sweat pants, hats and visors.  The sizes range from youth small to adult XXL and the prices range from $10-$45.  Admiral Nation is located in the  Vo-Tech building in room VO-1 
     
    For a complete list of merchandise visit http://www.gulfportschools.org/domain/1381
    For questions or orders please contact amy.lee@gulfportschools.org
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    Seniors...here is your January 2015 to-do list:
     
    Important tips from you guidance counselors:

    1) Submit the last of your college applications.
    2) Pay housing deposits to make sure you get a dorm room.
    3) Make sure you have searched for all the scholarships your chosen college offers on their website and that you are aware of their deadlines.
    4) Let your parents know that they need to file their taxes early this year so you can have everything you need to fill out the FAFSA.  This is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.  It will let you know what money you will get to help with college.  We will have FAFSA appointments to help you fill it out in February in guidance.  Look for more information in the next few weeks.  

    For additional information read the Senior Scholarship Newsletter for January 2015.
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