R2i2 Offering Dual Credit


Spring Valley NHS Selling Donuts Next Week

To raise funds for Camp Kemo, Spring Valley's National Honor Society will be selling donuts for $1 in the atrium next week. Stop by Monday, Wednesday, or Friday morning to pick up your donuts and show your support for such a great cause!

Applications Now Open for National Technical Honor Society

What is NTHS?
The National Technical Honor Society is a non-profit, honors, service organization for students enrolled in occupational, vocational and technical programs.  The mission of NTHS is to honor student achievement and leadership in career and technical education, promote educational excellence, award scholarships, and enhance career opportunities for the NTHS membership.

HOW DO I BECOME A MEMBER OF NATIONAL TECHNICAL HONOR SOCIETY?
To become a member of the NTHS, students must meet the following criteria:

  •  Second Semester Sophomore, Junior or Senior
  •  Currently enrolled in a second level CATE course or successful completion of two CATE  courses in the same program of study 
  •  Overall GPA of 3.0 or higher 
  •  Grade of A or B in your technical class or
  •  Special recognition (student of the quarter, etc.)
  •  Faculty and/or staff recommendations 
  •  Active involvement in a school organization
  •  No major discipline problems



Full time students inducted as NTHS members are eligible to apply for scholarships through NTHS.org.
"Success Favors the Prepared Mind"
Please complete the following application if you would like to be considered for admittance into NTHS.  All applications are due to Mrs. Summers in C213 or Mrs. Jones in C333 no later than Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at 3:33 pm.

Click here for the application. Click here to learn about how to become a member.

PLEASE SEE Mrs. Summers C213 or Mrs. Jones in C333 if you have questions.
Applications are due no later than Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at 3:33 pm.

LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED

Viking Sports Wrap

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JV Girls Basketball
The JV Lady vikings added another to the win column defeating Lexington 47-34. Kymber Lee led all scorers with 16 pts,, Alexis Mikell added 12pts, Kenadi Taylor 9 pts, Zaliya Anthony and Marayah Lance 4 pts each and Justyn McMiller with 2 pts. Overall Record 9-2, Region 7-0. We will be back in action on Monday @ home vs White Knoll, 5:30 p.m. 


JV Boys Basketball
Very proud of the team and they way they competed after playing two days in a row.  Although they were a little exhausted they continued to play hard.  The result was a 40-24 victory over Lexington HS.  We were lead in scoring by Ja'Len Roberson with 15pts., Antwaan Moore 8pts., Nicolas Doctor 8pts., Maddux Harrell 4pts., Joshua Felder 3pts., and Cormon Grady 3pts. 

Save the Date : Open House February 9th


Please join us for Open House, Thursday, February 9th from 5:00 - 6:30 PM, in the Spring Valley Commons. Meet your student's teachers, counselors, and administrators. Stop by for questions about Chromebooks, help adding teacher calendars or the school's Calendar of Events or Athletics Calendar to your own, or to learn how to follow SVHS online.  

We hope to see you there.

Miss Spring Valley Pageant Tomorrow at 6pm

January 21, 2017
Richland Northeast Auditorium
6:00 pm

Tickets are $7 in advance and must be purchased from a contestant before Wednesday, January 18th!! No advance ticket sells on Thursday or Friday!!!
$10 at the door!!

Teacher Cadets at Spring Valley

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Exactly what is Teacher Cadets?
Teacher Cadet is a class for juniors & seniors who are interested in exploring the various careers in education.or in any profession that works with kids. You will learn valuable information and gain the skills to work with children and youth. More detailed information can be found at this link: https://www.teachercadets.com/teacher-cadets-overview.html


What kind of credit do students earn?
The class is a dual enrollment class, so students are receiving college credit (EDU101) while at the same time receiving an elective high school credit. Because of its dual enrollment status, S.C. awards Advanced Placement weighting to this course. 

Who can sign up for the class?
Students must have a cumulative 3.0 GPA and an excellent disciplinary record. You MUST complete an application to be admitted into the class. 

What about the college credit?
  The credit will transfer to any college or university in the United States. The receiving college will determine how the credit will be applied to the student’s course of study dependent on their major , but no college has refused to accept it. 

Can juniors take the class?
YES!

What if I am not sure I want to be a teacher?
This class will still be of great benefit to you! See Mrs. Dilley in 329D for more information. Applications are available from Mrs. Dilley, outside of 329D in the folder, and online.