Attention Juniors!: The Counseling Department is offering the PSAT (practice SAT) on Wednesday, October 12th from 8:00 until approximately 11:30 in the LGI. The PSAT is geared toward students who are anticipating attending a four year college directly after high school.
The PSAT/NMSQT includes a Reading Test, Writing and Language Test, and Math Test. It can qualify you for the National Merit Scholarship Program and other scholarships.
If you would like to take the test, please sign up and pay in the Counseling Office. The cost of the test is $18.00. If payment is a problem, please see your counselor.
This morning the Class of 2023 held its first event: senior breakfast!
The Purple Eagles wish our hometown team, the Buffalo Bills, good luck tonight and the rest of the season! #GoBills!
Mrs. Bieler's AP class had a fun challenge today: Each group was given a 150 piece puzzle with no photo and had 30mins to assemble it - without talking to each other! It was a great lesson in team work, communication and problem solving.
Don't forget to get the Free and Reduced Meal Application filled out before the start of school!
Applications were included in our calendars that were mailed out and are available at every school building and online at this link: https://www.albionk12.org/page/food-services
Hello, freshmen! We hope you had a great welcome to the high school during orientation.
AP Literature and Composition students did a wonderful job making our campus more beautiful!
For their service-learning project, they designed and painted four pictures to be hung in the high school hallways. The artwork depicts key novels that are taught in school.
The students also planted a storybook garden, selecting plants that represent the novels they read in class this year.
Chem is cool! AP Chemistry students did a fantastic job presenting experiments to some of our middle school science classes this week.
Thanks to our AP biology and AP chemistry classes, our downtown is a little more beautiful! Great job getting the planters ready for the summer
Driver Education registration is now open for next school year!
The program is available for 2022-23 students with a license or permit and who have 85% or better attendance, including tardies.
Spots are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration closes June 8. Please contact the counseling office for more information or an application!
For high school students: summer school will be available July 6-August 17 Monday-Thursday at Medina with transportation provided from the front circle of the high school.
The following courses will be available for retake: English 9-12, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, General Math, Living Environment, Earth Science, Chemistry, General Science, Global I, Global II, American History, Government & Economics and Health.
Registration begins June 6. Deadline is June 28. There is a $3 registration fee. Contact the counseling office to register or for more information!
Rowan Ford, Leah Kania and Myles Miller did an amazing job representing Albion during RBTL's Stars of Tomorrow NYC Bound competition last night. We are immensely proud of our students and their talents!
All ages had a great time today for Senior Citizens Day! Guests were treated to breakfast, bingo, rock painting, trivia, performances by the select choir and jazz band and more. Thank you to the high school student council for organizing!
BOCES has always been an integral part of our students' educations. Here's a #TBT look back at BOCES students from 1975
Mrs. Bieler's AP Lit students had a sweet project - creating cakes based off books! It was a delicious way to wrap up class as they head into exam day. Good luck to all students taking AP exams this week and next!
A cool collaboration: The high school chorus is currently working on ”I Am Not Yours” by David N. Childs, which was written from the poem by Sara Teasdale. Mrs. Roche and her creative writing class joined the chorus to delve into the poem and it’s meanings, giving both classes a lesson in music and poetry.
Thank you to the students, staff and family members that joined us for the English Department's Coffeehouse and Poetry Reading last evening. Hearing original work from our students was not only impressive but inspiring!
Ag science students Dylan Roath and Declan McCue taught composting 101 to members of the community at the Hoag Library last week. It was a great example of how our students and schools connect with our community!