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  • There are many scholarships available for Seniors.  Visit the School Counseling website for a complete list of available scholarships.

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  •  Jessie Stegall

    Jessie Stegall is Student of the Month

    Congratulations to Jessie Stegall for being selected as the Student of the Month. Teachers nominate students who have shown significant improvement in the classroom and who demonstrate a strong work ethic and desire to be the best they can be. Congratulations Jessie on your hard work and dedication to your academic achievement.

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  •  Savannah Collins

    Savannah Collins Selected as a National Youth Correspondent

    Congratulations to Savannah Collins, who has been selected to represent Monroe, NC as a National Youth Correspondent to the 2016 Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University from July 10-15, 2016. Collins is a junior who plans to study sports journalism upon graduation. According to Collins, "Selection to this program means the world to me because it gives me the opportunity to move further into the field that I’ve always wanted to study.”

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  •  Yarn Barn

    Yarn Barn Crochets for Military

    Members of the Yarn Barn recently completed their first project of crocheting a wash cloth. The Yarn Barn is a newly-formed service club whose mission is to teach students the art of crochet so they can create projects that can be used to send to deployed military personnel and to give to senior living centers. Members have learned to single crochet in the past month, and they presented their creations at a club meeting where they wrapped the wash cloths to be sent in care packages for soldiers in February.

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  •  NAHS Inductees

    National Art Honor Society Inducts New Members

    Congratulations to the 40 new members of the National Art Honor Society! Membership in this chapter is based upon art scholarship, service, and character and consists of high school art students in grades 10 through 12. The students must have maintained an average of 90 or above in their art classes and are looked upon as role models for other students at Piedmont because they invest many community service hours outside of the school day. The mission of the NAHS is to educate the school and community about the arts, and to make the world a better place by using their talents and sharing with others. We are so proud to have so many talented and passionate kids in the arts!

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  • Seniors Earn Scholarships

    Congratulations to Piedmont Seniors who are currently at $15 million in scholarships. Congratulations to the following students who have recently turned in scholarships: Alina Grubnyak, Amber Murphy, Amiya Cunnigham, Anna Hottle, Bailey Helms, Cameron McManus, Chelsea Disalvo, Cheyenne Huntley, Cierra Tarlton, Colton Perkins, Connor McDonough, Danielle Stone, Emily Barbee, Essence Richmond, Hannah Graybill, Hayley Growcock, Heather Helms, Holly Oakley, Jack Kiker, Jessica Price, Kyndal Caskey, Laruen Rushing, Lexi Milliken, Madison Laney, Michaela Wilson, Mikaela Bartell, Raven Sullivan, Sarah Hinson, Scott Stegall, Sean Wickham, and Serena Mitchell.

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