HOBY is a leadership camp in which students from across the state get to meet to learn about the benefits of personal, group, and community leadership. Groups composed of students from all parts of the state spend three days learning about the value of community service, teamwork, and effective communication all the while having fun and learning what it means to be a leader. Seminar's run 3-4 days April - June, at a University in Montana. The cost is $225-425 but a funding program is available. Specific locations and dates will be posted Nov. 13th. on the HOBY site. See Mrs. Boone if you are interested.
National Honor Society Students are available to tutor students on Wednesdays from 2:05-3:03 in room 244.