Friday Program & AP Registration

Please review Principal Muller's Weekly News to Families here!

New News: 

  • NHS Students: All new NHS members, please meet in Ms. Hoffmann's room at 7:40am on Friday, October 25.

  • FRIDAY PROGRAM REGISTRATION is now open.  Please use the SHS Friday Program Registration link, also found on our website to register before October 30th deadline.  Please write all checks to STOWE PUBLIC SCHOOLS and submit to the office. 

  • AP Registration: Registration (NOW – November 1, 2019) Students must register for the AP exams at the main office with Tarah Hubbard, if you do not have registration materials they are available at the front desk. At the time of registration, students must know which exams they plan to take and submit a non-refundable payment of $94.00 for each exam. Students, if you are enrolled in AP courses online, it is your responsibility to see Tarah to pick up AP ordering materials. Failure to do so will result in no test ordered for you to take in May.

  • LOST & FOUND:  If you have lost something within the school that you have not yet claimed please double check the lost and found items that are located in the main lobby area.  Unclaimed items will be donated after school hours on November 1st.  

  • Early Release for all students will take place on Friday, November 1st. Students will be dismissed at 11:45. Lunch will be available. Students who take the Wolcott bus home can be dropped off between Stowe and Wolcott on RT 100 and 15.  Students who go to Wolcott Elementary need to be picked up by 12:15. We will follow a Period 1 - 4 Early Release Schedule as follows:

Period 1 - 8:00 - 8:52

Period 2 - 8:54 - 9:46

Break -      9:47 - 9:57

Period 3 - 9:58 - 10:50

Period 4 - 10:52 - 11:44

  • Outright Vermont GSA Opportunity: We're looking for 3 student-leaders to join Ms. Childress at the Outright Vermont GSA Conference on Monday, November 4. Great chance to join in for a day of community building, leadership skill development, and learning from other high school GSA leaders. Email Ms. Harris or Ms. Childress if interested!

  • RESCHEDULED-VSAC Financial Aid Workshop: Join us Monday, November 4th in the SHS Library at 5:00pm for a free Financial Aid Forms workshop. At this informal workshop, we will assist you as you file your FAFSA and Vermont state grant application.  Please be sure to create your FSA ID a few days prior to coming to the workshop. Students and parents will each need their own ID and can sign up at  Click here for a list of the necessary information that you will need to bring with you (you may need to scroll down to view the list).

  • SHS Junior Night - Planning for Post-Secondary Options: We'll discuss what juniors should be doing now, resources for getting started,  how to begin the college search, other post-secondary options, the latest college admissions statistics, financial aid and scholarships.  When: November 5, 5:30 PM.  Where: Auditorium.  Why: To begin planning for post-secondary options. Who: All juniors and their parents/guardians (but others are welcome as well!) RSVP: To Tarah Hubbard ([email protected]) by 10/30)

  • Interested in Model UN for the 2019-2020 school year? Do you care about real, global challenges.  Do you like problem solving in a group environment?  Do you like having all the fun? Come by Mr. C's room at 2:45 on THURSDAY, October 17th for a brief introductory meeting.  We will be signing up for our first conference of the year, Middlebury High School on November 9th!

  • (First Ever) SHS Coffee House: Friday, November 22nd, 7:00-9:00pm.  What is the Coffee House?  The Coffee House is sort of like an open mic or a talent show, but with a more laid back, community living room sort of vibe.  It's a place for artists to share their work with friends and family and to appreciate and be appreciated. It's a supportive atmosphere in which we celebrate creative expression and experimentation.  Who Can Participate? Any SHS students, faculty, and staff are welcome to sign up. The signup sheet is hanging up in the cafeteria along with some performance guidelines. Do I need to pay for anything?  Admission is free! Food and beverages will be sold at the event. Questions? Feel free to reach out to Mr. Gagnon and/or Ms. Chris.

  • Stowe High School Fall 2019 Musical: Big Fish - Production Dates will be December 6-8. Rehearsals will be scheduled for Sunday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings at 6:15 pm. 


Sports: for our full sports schedule please visit SHS Sports Calendar at  Please Cheer us on when you can! Go Raiders!


Community Service Opportunities: 

  • Stowe Rotary is once again collecting tires for Wheels for Warmth this year and we need your help!  We need student volunteers for Friday, October 25. Shifts start at 2:00 pm and go until 6:00 pm.  Ideally students volunteer for two hour shifts. If you are planning on applying for a Rotary Scholarship in the future you should definitely make a point to volunteer.  Please contact Ms. Hoffmann with questions or to volunteer.

  • Veterans Day Breakfast: Please support our Veterans on Veteran’s Day. This was a great success last year with lots of SHS student support.  We are looking for help during the Free Community Veteran’s Day Breakfast on Monday, November 11th at the Stowe Community Church. Please sign up with Tarah at the SHS front desk. Thanks!! Any questions please contact  Stefi Clymer [email protected] or 253-3725.

  • The Vermont Indoor Track & Field Season begins soon!  Throughout the season, meet organizers will need volunteers to help the meet run effectively.  Please see Mr. C if you are interested or have any questions.


Important Dates:

10/21-10/25 SHS Spirit Week

10/30  Friday Program Registration Due

11/1  AP Registration Forms Due

11/4  VSAC FAFSA/Financial Aid Form Night 5:00 PM

11/5 SHS Junior Night 5:30pm

2/12  VSAC Assisted Scholarships Deadline


Guidance Announcements

Seniors please remember to check Naviance daily for scholarship updates.  New scholarships are posted daily. 


RESCHEDULED-VSAC Financial Aid Workshop: Join us for a free Financial Aid Forms workshop on November 4th at 5:00pm in the SHS Library. At this informal workshop, we will assist you as you file your FAFSA and Vermont state grant application.  Please be sure to create your FSA ID a few days prior to coming to the workshop. Students and parents will each need their own ID and can sign up at  Click here for a list of the necessary information that you will need to bring with you (you may need to scroll down to view the list).


Revolutionize the Face of Technology - Apply for the Aspirations in Computing Award Each year, the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT)  recognizes technical high school young women across the country through the Award for Aspirations in Computing. Recipients receive engraved awards, scholarship and internship opportunities, entry to a peer-network of technical women in the NCWIT AiC Community, various prizes, and that is just the beginning! Students in grades 9-12 who self-identify as women, genderqueer, or non-binary, can apply online at  by 8:00 p.m. MT on November 5, 2019. Students with any level of experience are encouraged to apply: NCWIT recognizes aspirations as well as accomplishments!


Hagan Scholarship Foundation: is a nationwide need-based merit scholarship.  Most Hagan Scholars graduate from college debt free, and with several thousand dollars in a personal Schwab Brokerage Account.  Historically, about 40% of eligible applicants are awarded a Hagan Scholarship. Each Hagan Scholarship provides up to $6,000 each semester for up to 8 consecutive semesters, the opportunity to learn how to invest and then manage a $15,000 Schwab Investment Account, and the opportunity to Study Abroad worth up to $8,000.  For more information and to access the Hagan Scholarship Application please visit our website a  The application deadline is 5:00pm on November 15, 2019: the link will be removed at that time.  


UVM Extension/ 4-H Program has a lot of opportunities for students this Fall. Check them out! 

Teen Science Cafes - Save the Dates.  The full schedule is now available for the 2019-2020 VTeen 4-H Science Pathways Cafes. The cafes are free and open to youth in grades 7-12. Planned by teens for teens these cafes are a free, fun way for teens to explore science, engineering and technology with local scientists, engineers and technology experts. All cafes include hands-on activities.  Youth Environmental Summit - November 1; TRY for the Environment - Applications Due By November 8; VTeen Leadership Weekend - November 15-17.  For more information please see Tarah at the front desk.  


FAFSA Bonus:  Filling out the FAFSA is the first step to access grants, scholarships, loans & more.  Vermont students have missed out on more $$$ this past year, filing a FAFSA may open up more doors to training and education-eligible students may receive up to $6,195 in the Federal Pell Grant alone.  For more information please visit  


American Legion Oratorical Program: This program presents participants with an academic speaking challenge that teaches important leadership qualities, the history of our nation’s laws, the ability to think and speak clearly, and an understanding of the duties, responsibilities, rights and privileges of American citizenship.  Monetary rewards could value from $1500 to $18,000. For more information or application please visit  Applications and information is also available with Tarah at the front desk.  Local contact is Karlene DeVine [email protected].  Application deadline is December 4, 2019.


SENIORS: The VSAC Scholarships for Vermonters booklet - for students attending college in 2020-2021 - is now available for you to pick up at the front desk. Submission/postmark deadline for all VSAC assisted scholarships is February 12, 2020. Vermont residency is required unless otherwise specified.


Selective Service Registration: Men are required by law to register within 30 days  of their 18th birthday. Registration is not only a legal requirement, but a civic duty  and a key component of our national defense readiness. Preregistration can happen at 17 years and 3 months of age and their registration will be held until they reach age 18.  Why is this important? Every year, tens of thousands of men turn 26 who have failed to register, by then the registration door is permanently closed. This means they are unable to receive federally funded college loans and grants; are unable to get into federally funded traiing and certification programs; are barred from all federal employement; ineligible for many state and local government jobs; and immigrants-documented and undocumented-will have a 5-year delay in processing their citizenship application.  Please register at


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