Romulus High School honor roll student Jalyn Barnett gains valuable knowledge about economic success by taking part in Junior Achievement of South Eastern Michigan. JASEM has a mission to inspire and prepare young people for success in a global economy. Barnett recently had an opportunity to present at the Junior Achievement breakfast held at Quicken Loans in Downtown Detroit.
Walter Banks AKA “Chef” teaches more than just cooking in his Culinary Arts program at Romulus High School. His career tech educational program prepares students for hands-on job training, where students learn all aspects of operating and maintaining a restaurant. Before students can begin to cook they must learn food prep safety and sanitation principles, in addition to valuable nutrition information. Chef Banks believes these skills will lead many of his students to food service career opportunities.
Member s of the Romulus High School Chapter of the National Honor Society recently elected five new officers to lead them this school year. These officers will work together to ensure a year of community involvement between the best and brightest of Romulus High School and Members of the Romulus Community.
Members of the Romulus National Honor Society teamed up with the members of the Community United Methodist Church in Romulus to help with the Gleaner’s food distribution. National Honor Society students are required to maintain a minimum GPA of 3.5 and are selected on the basis of character, community service, and academics. Currently, Romulus High School has 27 active members.
National Honor Society advisors Kathy Abdo, Liza Mockeridge, and Kathy Rice have challenged N.H.S. members to engage in more community service to help bring the Romulus community closer together.
On Wednesday, 9/23/2015, 11th grade Gear Up Students attended the College Bound Youth Summit at Eastern Michigan University .
The morning started with a game of College Monopoly. Students maneuvered their way around the room sized game board dealing with budgets, financial aid, housing, community college and academic challenges. Along the way they were able to hear from current college students on how they deal with the issues being discussed.
Members of the Romulus High School National Honor Society visited the Chad Tough garage sale fundraiser to present a check for the Chad Tough Foundation. The NHS students raised the money earlier this year at their bowling fundraiser. All money from the Chad Tough Foundation goes to fund pediatric cancer research. Romulus National Honor Society is making a difference!