SVGS Math Modeling Team Recognized

A special congratulations to the students who participated in the Mega Moody Math Challenge!  Shenandoah Valley Governor’s School received an Honorable Mention putting the team’s solution in the top 8% of all solutions submitted nationally.   A team prize of $1,000 associated with the recognition of their solution. See results at https://m3challenge.siam.org/newsroom/winning-teams-2017-moodys-mega-math-challenge. Read the problem here. See […]

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SVGS Delay Schedule – Wednesday, March 15

Governor’s School will operate on a two hour delayed schedule,Wednesday, March 15. Students should report no later than 9:30 a.m See below for 2 hour delay schedule.  STEM will have a lecture schedule. 1st      9:30 – 10:03 2nd   10:05 – 10:37 3rd   10:39– 11:11 4th    11:13 – 11:45** **PLEASE NOTE tech buses will not run on […]

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SVGS Students Recognized at Regional Science Fair, March 7

Forty-eight SVGS research students participated in the 2017 Shenandoah Valley Regional Science Fair sponsored by James Madison University on March 8. The Shenandoah Valley Regional Science Fair is affiliated with the ISEF (International Science and Engineering Fair). Participating localities included: Highland County Bath County Rockbridge County Staunton City Winchester City Page County Harrisonburg City Warren County […]

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SVGS Closed – Tuesday, March 14

Governor’s School will be closed Tuesday, March 14 due to hazardous weather. Be safe.

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SVGS Art Exhibit at the Shenandoah Valley Art Center, Opening Reception Feb. 4

  We are so grateful to The Shenandoah Valley Art Center for letting us showcase our students’ work in this beautiful setting. The Shenandoah Valley Governor’s School offers a regional art program that connects visual arts juniors and seniors with other talented students from Augusta County, Staunton, and Waynesboro. Our college-level studio setting encourages students […]

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SVGS Speaker Series: “Giving Voice”

Giving Voice: Lunchtime Speakers in the Humanities The Shenandoah Valley Governor’s School is proud to introduce Giving Voice, a new series of lunchtime guest speakers for winter semester 2017. Sponsored by the school’s Parent Support Advisory Council and the Humanities program working with a team of students, Giving Voice is bringing four distinguished speakers in […]

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Governors School – 2 hr Delay Monday, Jan. 30

Governor’s School will operate on a two hour delayed schedule, Monday, Janaury 30 due to hazardous weather. Students should report no later than 9:30 a.m See below for 2 hour delay schedule.  Both STEM and AH will have a lecture schedule. 1st      9:30 – 10:03 2nd   10:05 – 10:37 3rd   10:39– 11:11 4th    11:13 – 11:45** **PLEASE […]

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SVGS Mathematics Teaching Position Available for 2017-2018

EMPLOYMENT NOTICE Applications and resumes are now being accepted for the following anticipated opening for the 2017 – 2018 school year. Mathematics Qualifications for the position include: Bachelor’s Degree in the field of Mathematics or related field such as Computer Science or Engineering  (Master’s Degree preferred) Interest in providing students experience in fieldwork, research and […]

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