The DoDEA Artist Spotlight Voting is now open - Voting will end March 1st and the Favorite will be announced March 2nd. - Read More...
We will celebrate Read Across DoDEA Day on March 2nd! - Read More...
Seasonal colds and influenza are not uncommon at this time of year. Now is a good time to review the DoDEA health guidance on when to keep your child at home if he/she is not feeling well... - Read More...
The National Honor Society is a service-oriented school organization designed to recognize students who reflect outstanding accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, character, leadership, and service.
1) Letters are sent to high school candidates who meet the scholarship requirement of 3.75 cumulative GPA or above. This is the only scholarship requirement in accordance with the National Constitution.
2) Invited students are expected to complete the candidate application form in full and return to the school on or before the due date listed in the invitation letter. The application package and instructions can be found at http://www.dodea.edu/Europe/Isles/SHAPE/SHAPEHS/Students/clubs.cfm
Art students at SHAPE HS are designing a project for our new school building that would celebrate the art and cultural traditions of the US and Belgium, along with all of our approximately 35 other nations represented by our student population. Read more.
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By June 2018, each grade level class will demonstrate a 4% increase in data analysis and reasoning skills using instructional interventions implemented in all curricular areas as measured by PSAT, Terra Nova, and local assessments.
By June 2015, each grade level class will demonstrate a 4% increase in analytical writing skills across the curriculum as measured by our local analytical writing assessment rubric, Terra Nova, and the PSAT.
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