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Mt. Tabor High School

Mt. Tabor High School

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Mt. Tabor High School

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  1. Mt. Tabor High School Academically, Artistically, Athletically Awesome!

  2. Students Demographic Breakdown: SPARTAN

  3. Students A Community Changing the World: Speas Elementary Book Drive Afghanistan Aid Project Winter Coat Donation Project Darfur Fast Fundraiser Prom Dress Donation Project Habitat for Humanity Challenge Invisible Children Donation Project Foreign Language Shoebox Project Goodwill Donation Challenge Dance for Darfur to Dig Wells South African Adopt a Family Project SPARTAN

  4. Staff A Superior Staff: SPARTAN

  5. Parents PTSA Structure: SPARTAN Spartan Legacy Goal for 2009-2010

  6. Academically… Mt. Tabor offers over 30 Advanced Placement Courses, some of which are taught at the Career Center. In 2008-2009, Mt. Tabor was a School of Progress, with 75.5% proficiency, compared to 70.4 % in 2007-2008. Mt. Tabor students took 1,108 AP Exams in 2009, with 74% scoring a 3 or higher. In 2009, 14 of the 33 WS/FCS Governor’s School students were Mt. Tabor students. Of the Class of 2009, 94% of students chose to attend a 2 or 4 year college. Mt. Tabor’s average SAT scores are 1068. Mt. Tabor’s 2009 graduation rate was 85.9 %, taken from students who began 9th grade and finished through 12th grade. Spartans

  7. Academically… 2008-2009 State Testing and EVAAS data: Spartans

  8. Academically… Spartans

  9. Academically… Instructional Strategies used to improve student learning: Spartans

  10. Academically… Percentage of students graduating in their four year cohort: Spartans To further improve graduation rates, a student mentoring program is being instituted to pair staff mentors with at-risk students.

  11. Artistically… Theatre Arts: NCTC Awards in Acting, Directing, and Tech 2005-2009, Superior Rating in 2007-2009; State Competition in 2009. Visual Arts: Art displayed around campus, at Thruway Shopping center, and in community events. Chorus: Superior ratings at State Festival 2004-2009, participation in All-State and Honors, and Mars Hill Honors chorus, and Governor’s School. Band: Superior ratings at District Band Festival 2001-2009, Regional Marching Band Contests, and students placed in All-County, All-District, & All-State Honor Bands, as well as Governor’s School. Orchestra: Superior Ratings at State Festival 2004-2007; Western Region, All-State, and Governor’s School Participants. Dance: An emerging program, encompassing both Art and Physical Education elements in the classroom; students participate in All-County Dance clinics annually Spartans

  12. Athletically… Mt. Tabor has won 19 of the last 20 Conference Wachovia Cups. 2008-2009 Volleyball State Player of the Year: Andrea Beck 2008-2009 Men’s Basketball State Player of the Year: C.J. Harris 2007-2008 and 2008-2009 Men’s State Basketball Coach of the Year: Andy Muse Girls’ Volleyball State Runner Up in 2008 and 4th in 2009. Boys’ Cross Country Regional Champions 2009 and 4th in State Meet. Girls’ Cross Country Regional Champions in 2009 and 10th in State Meet. Football: Conference Champions in 1998-2008 & State Playoff Participant for last 15 years. Men’s Basketball Conference, Regional, and 2008-2009 State 4A Champions. 2008-2009 State Indoor Women’s Track Champions Spartans

  13. AWESOME!!! Mt. Tabor is currently 7th in the state standings for the Wachovia Cup. In 2008-2009, Mt. Tabor was ranked 242 of top 1500 schools by Newsweek. Over $12.9 million in scholarships were awarded to the class of 2009 Spartans