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Updated Transportation for Glen Road and River Road due to bridge closure.
9th Grade Orientation on August 31, 2017
Looking for your 2017 summer assignments? The link is located on the left hand side of the homepage under Quick Links. You can also click the link above to access your 2017 summer assignments.
Check out the daytime college prep programs available August 14-23. Great information about application types, financial aid, competitive college admission and more. Grab the opportunity to take a MOCK (practice ACT) and the ASVAB career assessment. Click the title for more information.
Churchill High School welcomes all incoming ninth grade students and new students in grades 10th-12th on Thursday, August 31, 2017. Please see the agenda above. We will convene first in the auditorium.
STUDENT PARKING PERMITS All seniors interested in purchasing a parking permit may do so on Tuesday, August 29th or Wednesday, August 30th from 8am to 11:30am in the Churchill Cafeteria. Lot parking permits are only available to the seniors who won the parking lottery held last June. All other seniors can purchase street parking permits (based on availability). Permits cost $75.00 Checks are the only acceptable form of payment. Checks can be made payable to WCHS. In addition to payment, a completed parking application form and a valid driver’s license are required for permit purchase.
As many in the community are aware, the Churchill Stadium and Athletic Fields were extensively vandalized twice in late January and again in late February of 2017. Since this time, we have worked with MCPS Security and Maintenance divisions to determine what type of security measures will be most effective and affordable. Additional lighting (motion activated) is scheduled to be installed soon. In addition, we have worked closely with the school security team and Resource Officer (MCPD) to identify potential threats and increase evening patrols These measures have been taken to deter further vandalism and inappropriate use of the facilities at night. By the time our lighting is installed and the Spring sports seasons end, we will be very close to the end of the school year so the gates will remain closed until the end of the school year. Please click the above link for more information regarding community track use times and guidelines.
The PSAT (Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test) is the qualifying exam for high school juniors for the National Merit Scholarship Program. The PSAT will be administered in October. Some students may want to practice for the PSAT opportunity. Click title for more.
Click the link above for the Senior Lunch Pass form. Bring the completed form to the Main Office by August 31st between the hours of 8 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Juniors and Seniors will be able to attend college information sessions during the school day beginning September 11. Details of visit times and procedures will be posted at a later date. If you are a college representative wishing to schedule a school visit, please click on the title above for more information
The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) has posted the results of the 2016 Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC), Maryland School Assessment, and High School Assessments on the Maryland Report Card (www.mdreportcard.org) website. Click here to view Winston Churchill's 2016 School Progress Report located under the "Reports" tab.
Registering for the online MCPS courses (Comprehensive Health Education, Foundations of Technology A/B, and Foundations of Computer Science A/B) is a multi-step process. The Student eLearning office provides information about the MCPS registration process. Please be aware of this multi-step process as you begin.
Principal:Dr. Joan Benz
Asst. Principals:Ms. Doreen BrandesMr. Stephen ReckMr. Bradley RohnerAsst. School Administrator:Dr. La Faye BurrisAddress: 11300 Gainsborough RoadPotomac, MD 20854
Tel: 301-469-1200Fax: 301-469-1208
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