Congratulations to Daniela Ochoa! She was awarded the San Damiano Scholarship from Marion University, on December 3. Another great example of how our students are pursuing their dreams and enriching the lives of others!

To be eligible, students should:
Be focused on academics and intellectually curious, both in and out of the classroom.
Have a minimum of 3.25 GPA and test scores of ACT 24 or 1170 SAT.
Demonstrate leadership and service in your high school, community, and church.
Have a desire to serve or work in a faith-based capacity after earning your bachelor's degree.
Have an openness and desire to discern one’s calling.

 Marian University offers an $8,500 scholarship (per year, over four years) to students who are ready to be intentionally formed and educated to be a leader in the Church. Whether that student seeks to be a minister in a parish or nurse in a faith-based hospital, we are seeking students who desire to answer God's call for their lives.

$2,500 Scholarships for CTE Students
from the Horatio Alger Association 

Are you a student or former student (up to age 30) who could use assistance with costs of postsecondary? The Horatio Alger (HA) Scholarship may be just what you need. HA will award 1,020 new CTE scholars to pursue academic programs at community colleges and non-profit institutions with a maximum award amount of $2,500, depending on program length and student need. Students must be FAFSA-eligible and meet other criteria posted on the website. The application deadline is June 15th.  Last year very few students applied from Indiana so please encourage your students to apply NOW. Click Here for more information.
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Anais is a current sophomore here at WCHS/WACC and is in our Gone Boarding Program with Miss Miller. She has also taken Intro to Manufacturing, Child Development, Advanced Child Development, & Preparing for College and Careers. 

Anais says she's super thankful for the experiences she's gained in the WACC classes she's taken so far. Preparing for College & Careers definitely opened her eyes to the real world. She decided to take Intro to Manufacturing because she is interested in using different materials for building projects and is looking forward to taking Welding next year. Anais also enjoyed the knowledge she gained from her child development classes with Ms. Renbarger.

In her spare time, Anais plays Rugby and works hard to be an honor roll student. As for her plans for graduation, Anais isn't sure what career she wants to pursue yet, but knows she'd like to go to college & would love to own a business someday.

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On Tuesday, March 26, Rebecca Savage will visit WCHS/WACC to share her story with our students.  Rebecca lost her two sons, Penn High School students, to accidental overdose after a night of partying in Osceola.  She is now a well-respected speaker sharing her powerful, emotional and educational story to students nationwide.  Please feel free to review her website 

Please refer to the attached & revised bell schedule below for Tuesday, March 26th.

Dear Parents, 

Warsaw Community Schools is excited to offer "Get Schooled Tour Assembly" during the school day on Friday, March 22nd. This interactive convocation will take place in the Performing Arts Center. Students in 6, 8, 9-12 grades will learn more about what experts are calling "The Selfie Generation."

This assembly is being sponsored by K-21, Wildman Business Group, and Warsaw Community Schools. Clinton Faupel, Executive Director & Co-Founder of RemedyLIVE, will be leading us with trends and information that he and his staff of over 100 "Soul Medics" have gathered while having 60,000 conversations with teens this past year as well as through polling of over 40,000 public school students through their Get Schooled Tour Assembly Program. 

Clinton has served both youth and families for nearly 30 years. Whether it's a school assembly, a speaking event, or one of our online webinars, Clinton brings a transparent, no holds barred approach to purposeful living. Locally or nationally, Clinton's commitment is to share his passion for web ministry and the one-of-a-kind chat center that RemedyLIVE is. 

The Get Schooled Tour is a one-hour, high energy program, that combines live music, interactive polling, and compelling video, to motivate students into a local system of care. The event encourages students to talk to a trusted adult so that their secret struggle, whatever it is, does not have the final say on their future. 

It's specifically tailored for teens in public schools to provide courage to share their secret struggles with caring adults and look for others around them that need support as well. The assembly is designed to be memorable and make a significant difference in the lives of the students that participate in it. 

See the attached revised WCHS/WACC Bell Schedule for March 22nd below:
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