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    Hickory Ridge High School
    The Student Support Services department is focused on helping students by removing obstacles, providing support, and empowering student learning. Each of our team members has an impact on student success, and will work collaboratively with parents and students, and within our school and community, to ensure student success and assist all students in their development.

    Use the following links to navigate to the specific area you would like information about. If you do not find what you are looking for, please contact us at 704-454-7300, and we'll be happy to help you.
    Please see the HRHS School Profile 2016-17 for important information regarding our school and our students!

Important News & Upcoming Events

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    • ATTENTION SENIORS: Senior Notes will be available again starting in September.  Visit the "Senior Information" page on this website or stop by the guidance office for a hard copy.  Please read ALL the information included as these notes will list important senior information, dates, scholarship information, etc
    • ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Make sure you are checking the programs listed below regularly and pay attention to deadlines so you do not miss out on any exciting program opportunities!
    • The SAT and ACT:  Be sure to check www.collegeboard.org (SAT) and www.actstudent.org (ACT) for 2017-18 test dates.
    • Be sure to check back for upcoming news and events at the start of the 2017-18 school year.  Have a great summer!

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CFNC Information

  • Programs In the section below, you will find information about upcoming programs and opportunities for our students to attend and/or apply. These programs will be presented on the daily announcements and listed here for student and parent reference. Stay tuned for this year's program information! 

Program Announcements

  • RCCC-summer camps

    Posted by Jennifer Osborne at 5/11/2017

    Students can take summer camps at RCCC. You can create a Video Game, Produce an Animated Film, Build Engineering Skills and More! Visit www.rccc.edu/camps/ more more information.

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  • GenCyber Student Camp

    Posted by Jennifer Osborne at 5/11/2017

    The focus of the GenCyber Student Camp is to provide students with the resources to make educated choices about ethics, security, and character when using digital and information technology. Visit https://www.gen-cyber.com/about/ for more info.

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  • Academy Day

    Posted by Jennifer Osborne at 4/25/2017

     As you may be aware, in order to attend most U.S. Service Academies, applicants must receive a nomination from one of the possible nominating sources which includes your member of Congress. On Saturday, April 29th, Congressman Hudson is participating in and hosting two Academy Days, one in Charlotte, NC and one in Fayetteville, NC. Representatives from all five academies, including cadets and midshipmen, will discuss the application process and answer questions. Attendees will also receive information on applying for a nomination from Congressman Hudson.


    Event: Academy Day (Charlotte), Congressman Richard Hudson, NC, 8th Congressional District

    Date: Saturday, April 29, 2017

    Time: 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

    Location: Charlotte Catholic High School (7702 Pineville-Matthews Road, Charlotte, NC 28226)

    POC: Mallory Morris, Congressman Hudson’s District Office, 704-786-1612 or mallory.morris@mail.house.gov


    Event: Academy Day (Fayetteville), Congressman Richard Hudson, NC, 8th Congressional District

    Date: Saturday, April 29, 2017

    Time: 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM

    Location: Fayetteville Technical Community College, General Classroom Building, Rooms 114 & 109 (2817 Fort Bragg Road, Fayetteville, NC 28303)

    POC: Mallory Morris, Congressman Hudson’s District Office, 704-786-1612 or mallory.morris@mail.house.gov


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  • Appalachian Anatomy and Physiology Camps-Scholarship

    Posted by Jennifer Osborne at 3/24/2017

    Appalachian Anatomy and Physiology Camps in Boone this summer is offering scholarships to attend. The total awarded per family will depend on the number of requests received. Historically we have been able to offer in the range of $350- $500, occasionally higher. 

    Here is the process to request a partial scholarship: 

    1) Please register for Anatomy and Physiology Camp now and pay the $250 deposit. Choose your session at http://conferences-camps.appstate.edu/youth-camps
    2) Student: Please send a statement explaining why you want to attend the camp, and what you hope to gain. This should be your own words. Email is fine. 
    3) Parent/Guardian: Please write a brief statement stating financial need, including how much aid you are requesting.
    4) Parent/Guardian: Please speak to a school counselor, teacher or administrator. Ask the school professional to submit a statement verifying family financial need, as well as what benefit this camp will have for the student. The prospective camper does not need to be an 'A' student, but should show strong interest in the sciences.

    Statements should be emailed to reddickct@appstate.edu with the camper name as the subject. You can also mail statements to A&P CAMP, ASU Box 32042 Boone NC 28608

    Awards will be offered between April 15 and May 15. If you register for camp and do not receive a scholarship that meets your needs, you may request a full refund of your deposit.


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  • Duke University-summer

    Posted by Jennifer Osborne at 3/20/2017

    Duke University offers a summer college and summer academy where students can earn credit while having a Duke University student experience. Please visit http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students for more information.

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  • Cabarrus County Youth Speaks

    Posted by Jennifer Osborne at 3/20/2017

    The Cabarrus County Youth Speaks program will be held at each of the Cabarrus libraries on May 20th. Students applying to be speakers or performers (playing an instrument, dramatic piece, etc...) must submit applications by April 10th. More information regarding applications and the event can be found at go.ncsu.edu/cabarrusyouthspeaks.


    The purpose of the program is to elevate the voices of the youth across the country by providing them with a platform to share their passions with the community. This event is open to all highschoolers in Cabarrus County.

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  • Camp Cannon

    Posted by Jennifer Osborne at 3/16/2017

    Camp Cannon 2017 offers a large selection of enrichment and sport camps, with many offerings directed specifically to high school students.


    Academic Sessions

    Algebra 1 Refresher                                        Rising 10th-11th graders  

    Habits for Successful Learning                    Rising 8th-10th graders

    Prepared. Confident. Hired                         Rising 10th-12th graders


    College Prep Sessions

    College Essay Boot Camp                              Rising 12th graders

    Small Group Essay Writing                            Rising 11th & 12th graders

    Princeton Review ACT Prep                         Rising 10th-12th graders

    Princeton Review SAT Prep                         Rising 10th-12th graders


    Additionally, there are a variety of other camps such as: photography, filmmaking, programming, musical theater, improvisation, service camp, rock orchestra, wrestling, and more for older students.


    More information and registration is available at www.CampCannon.com

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  • USC School of Music-summer program

    Posted by Jennifer Osborne at 3/9/2017

    USC School of Music has a variety of summer programs from music play, conductors institute, drum major, to youth choir. For more information go to: www.sc.edu/music/summer-programs

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  • FEMA Council

    Posted by Jennifer Osborne at 3/9/2017


    Students who are engaged in community service or are interested in emergency preparedness, may apply to serve on the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Youth Preparedness Council. Go to https://www.ready.gov/youth-preparedness-council for more information. Applications are due March 31st.

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  • Shelton Challenge

    Posted by Jennifer Osborne at 3/9/2017

    The Shelton Challenge is a 5 day summer experience which focuses on honesty, integrity, compassion, diversity, and social responsibility. Students will do team building activities, learn leadership skills, and participate in service projects. For more information go to: http://ncwc.edu/shelton-leadership/

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