Exam Schedule

 

ASVAB Career Inventory

Students, have you been thinking about what career you would like after high school? Are you trying to decide what major to choose for college? Do you wonder what career would best fit your talents, skills and interests? If you answered “ yes” to any of these questions, then you will want to sign up to take the ASVAB career interest inventory assessment.  We are offering it on the morning of October 19 in our media center .   The ASVAB can help you discover  your interests and career opportunities including any branch of the military.  See your counselor for more information and sign up with  Mrs. Turngren in the Guidance Office.

 

 

 

Virtual College Week Florida

Virtual College Week: Live Webinars, Funded by the State of Florida, | October 24-26, 2017

Expert Advice The three-day event will provide high school counselors, students, and parents with a wide variety of live webinars, featuring experts in the areas of college and university admissions, scholarships, financial aid and career planning. The event speakers also represent a wide variety of institutions from the Florida College System, the State University System and the Florida Department of Education.

 

 

 

Hurricane Makeup Info

October 16, originally scheduled as a teacher duty day/student holiday, will now be a regular school day.

Three early release days are canceled: December 6, 13 and 20 to use that time for instruction.

Other important information:

  • October 16 – First grading period ends; regular school day
  • October 17 – First day of second grading period begins
  • October 23 - Grades available on ParentPortal
  • October 27 –Report card distribution

 

 

Attendance is an important factor in success

Showing up for school has a huge impact on a student’s academic success starting in kindergarten and continuing through high school. Even as children grow older and more independent, families play a key role in making sure students get to school safely every day and understand why attendance is so important for success in school and on the job.

 

 

Sports Updates

Go hawks! Swimming
Congratulations to the boys and grils swim teams on their 1st place finishes at the Five Star Championship! There were a lot of amazing swims.

 

Go hawks! Weightlifting
Any girls interested in the joining the Weightlifting Team, see Coach Nelson in the weight room (L-27) during lunch or after school. Become a Hawk Iron Woman and be part of a great program here at Spruce Creek.

 

 

 

 

PAC (Parent Advisory Committee) Information

PAC is a group composed of parents, staff and other community members who help support the school, staff and students through events such as: Senior Activity Day, Faculty and Staff Appreciation Breakfast, Senior Honor Awards Ceremony, Senior Baccalaureate, and The Excellence in Effort Program. Join us!

 

 


Clothing wanted

Can you help a student with clothing? We are in need of hoodies, blue jeans, and black, orange, gray, or white collared shirts. Please contact Mrs. Pringle for further information.

 

 

 

Program of Studies Available Online

What class will you take this year? Our 2017-2018 Program of Studies is our complete course and program listing.

 

 

 

Student Volunteer Hours

Students, learn more about the process to account for your volunteer service hours. There is a mandatory training video and forms to be filled out before you can begin accruing volunteer hours.

 

 

 

School Uniforms

Uniform samples

In March 2016, the School Board of Volusia County adopted a student appearance, dress and uniform code for all students.

Spruce Creek's shirt color options are orange, black, gray, or white.

Visit Volusia County Schools' site for more details.

Dress code flier PDF

 

 

 

 


 

ACT or SAT

Which test is a better fit for you? Read more

Class Listings

What classes will you take next year? Our 2017-2018 Program of Studies is our complete course and program listing.

Spruce Creek is considered one of "America's Most Challenging High Schools" according to Washington Post journalist Jay Mathews.