|African American Studies Course|
|Wednesday, May 8, 2019|
This summer incoming freshmen will have a unique opportunity to take an African American Studies course at Pattonville High School. In the course, students will be able to meet new classmates and current high schoolers while strengthening their academic skills to prepare for rigorous courses at the high school. The course will be offered from June 4 – June 28 and co-taught by PHS teacher Jodi Moeller and PHS grad and current Harvard student, Keturah Gadson. Students will receive 1.0 elective credit for successfully completing the course. If interested, please see the video link for more information and review the course information and application. The deadline to apply is May 20. If you have any questions, please contact Odetta Smith, assistant principal, at Pattonville High School or Cara Hiripitiyage, director of secondary education, at Pattonville Learning Center.