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Event Details

7/26/18
Freshman Orientation for Statesboro High School
Audience: Homepage and Homepage
Posted by: Hayley Greene, District Admin, Bulloch County Schools
Location: Statesboro High School Contact:
Start Time: 6:00 PM End Time: 7:30 PM

Statesboro High School is hosting Freshman Orientation for the incoming freshman class. This is an opportunity for its Class of 2022, and their parents to speak to teachers and get acclimated to campus at a time set aside especially for them.

 

The program will focus on all things freshman and help aid the students' transition to high school. Speak to instructors of all SHS's CTAE and fine arts segments, pick up class schedule and find classes at their own pace, and let parents fill out any necessary paperwork.