The students listed below have received a scholarship for $3,500 on May 18, 2017 at the Board Awards at Martins Crosswinds. The Mecca of Excellence congratulates these jaguars and wishes them well. Marino Goldstein: Service Learning(15 awarded) Chrischion Hutchins Kapri Piner: Technical (2 awarded) April […]
As the year is coming to an end, the Class of 2019 officials thought that a Field Day would be a great stress reliever after finishing finals! Field Day will take place on Friday, June 9, 2017! This event is open to all […]
Here are links to the flyers for more information about senior pictures. HWZ APPT CARD SR Brochure With C&G
Ms. Megan Stenson is looking to hire musicians to teach elementary aged clients. She currently has a huge need for instructors in Springdale. Hoping they can help spread the word about the opportunity to the students at Charles Herbert Flowers High School. Below are more […]
The Boys and Girls Outdoor Track teams had a fine season so far. One more competition to go! They will compete at the State Championships on Friday and Saturday at Morgan State’s Hughes Stadium. The Boys team qualified several athletes and the Girls team were […]
The Blunt Truth Tour crew dropped by at Flowers to inform students on certain subjects. They talked about and showed a video on drug abuse, bullying, sexual diseases, domestic violence and more. The students were notified to stay in school and follow their goals in […]
The Washington D.C National Guard is holding a career fair at the D.C. Armory on Friday, June 9, 2017 from noon-7PM. If you have any questions/concerns you may contact Lieutenant Colonel Malik Freeman. All are welcome to attend! D.C. Armory 2001 East Capitol Street, NE, […]
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is a club that works together to positively impact the community, excel academically, and succeed professionally. On May 23, 2017, there will be an interest meeting in Ms. Fitzpatrick’s room 632.
The class of 2017 is holding their graduation on June 5, 2017. Come out and support the seniors in moving to the next chapter of their lives! Make sure you have a ticket.
Cell phones are informative, fun, and great communicators. New studies show that this technology may be leading to a physiological dependency. Sports psychologist Dr. Jarrod Spencer says, “since this technology is introduced to kids early in their lives they are becoming neurologically wired to depend on it.” The […]