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4400 Water Oak Road
Charlotte, NC 28211
Courier #: 513
P: 980-343-6700  |  F: 980-343-6741 
Principal: Mike Drye
LC: Southeast
Bell Schedule: 9:15 AM - 4:15 PM
Grades: 6-8
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Raiders of the Week


​Jack P.
​Layla B.-F.
​Charles P.
​Sophia T.
​Savannah R.
​Sloane S.
​Eden C.
​Jadyn B.
​Molly K.
​Daniel R.
​Shukar B.
​Hope K.


​Precious A.
​Christopher S.
​Nicholas S.
​Elle D.
​Blane A.
​Priyam A.
​Jordin N.
​Everett B.
​Kebron T.

​Senau M.


​Bryon R.
​Taylor N.
​James "Trey" D.
​Lucio A.
​Hannah O.
​Jerome C.
​Amere T.
​Breanna B.
​Alyona M.
​Delaney J.
​Emely A.
Taryn C.


​Jakeem M.
​Piper P.
​Dianny L. V.
​Shrika C.
​Yulissa M.
​Brizzia L.-O.
​Ayah B.

​Michaela W.
Mali M.
​Chasity C.

Finn L.


​Bryce W.
​Connor H.
​Pushpita B.
​Aidan F.
​Tsha W.


​Cristal G.
​Sophie S.
​Monika F.

​Jane S.
​Jayden B.
​Solon H.
​Brayden R.
​Lucas P.
​Rory B.
​Amani B.
​Audrey E.


​Avery Sharpe
​Zuheeb Isak
​Nahshon Shuler
​Sid Bajpai
​Langley Barfield
​Alivia Lansden
​Ola Ombach
​Kayden Maxwell
​Nyla Wells
​Spencer Grant
​Cam Stroh
​Madeline Snyder


​Gautham M.
​Brianna A.
​Madison D.
​Chloe C.
​Chanel C.
​Zion M.
​Justin A.
​Elgin T.
​Kate B.
​Sydney N.
​Aven G.
​Charlotte M.


​Taylor H.
​Fernando F. R.
​Ian L. D. A.
​Nikhil M.
​Nathanael C.
​Ryan P.
​Josmar R. J.

​Mahi V.
​Reece E.
​Nebay A.
​Olivia H.
​Violet W.


​Deziya Y.
​Johanna H.
​Amy M.
​Tatum H.
​Joseph D.
​Kayleigh M.
​Cleo S.
​Shriyansh P.
​Elizabeth W.
​Nate H.
​Benjamin M.


​Jahnavi J.
​Delaney W.
​Grace C.
​Jay B.
​Lenise J.
​Hulda F.
​Abby G.
​MaKayla B.
​Mary Sullivan P.
​Neorah W.
​Adler J.
​Lucas P.


​Mia H.
​Ava W.
​Jamari G.-T.
​Lucy H.
​Preston S.
​John R.
​Preston M.
​Stewart D.
​Marigny C.
​Samuela A.
​Sifora T.
Taelyn I.

ExploraVision STEM Contest

The Horizon's 6th grade team of Lucy H., Nandana M. and Shrika C. received an Honorable mention for their submission of Solar Water to ExploraVision.  ExploraVision is a national STEM contest sponsored by Toshiba and the National Science Teachers Association.  Their submission scored in the top 10% of all entries submitted nationwide.

Black History Month

The counseling department sponsored a Black History Month contest for our students. They answered the prompt “What does Black History Month mean to me”? Students had a choice of writing an essay/poem, creating an art piece or using a pre-existing poem or quote from a historical African American figure that share their views/feelings. Students could submit a video or picture of their entry to their grade level counselor. The 3 winners are:

1st place: Maci H. (art work)

2nd place:  Molly G. (writing)

3rd place:  Mia L. (writing and recitation video)

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F.B.L.A. Regional Competition

The F.B.L.A. (Future Business Leaders of America) Regional Competitive Events Program, is an annual competition where students from 7 different regions of North Carolina come together to compete in Public Speaking events, and compete with projects that they have developed from the goals of FBLA-PBL.  Tests are also given to competitors on material from the curriculums of business education programs, that are taught in the North Carolina public school systems.  The official guidelines for all competitive events are found in the North Carolina FBLA Policy and Leadership Handbook.  In the spring of each year, all regions come together in Greensboro, and compete on a statewide basis.  Successful competitors from the State Leadership Conference may go on to compete at the National level in the summer.  Charlotte is in the NC F.B.L.A. Southwest Region.  


The 2020 Regional Competitive Events winners for the Randolph Chapter of F.B.L.A. are as follows:  

Dimitrios K. - 1st in Business Math

Nandana M. - 1st in Career Exploration


Tatum H. - 1st in Elevator Speech


Leyla B.  - 1st in FBLA Creed


Jahnavi J.i  - 1st in Public Speaking


Poorni R. -  2nd in T-shirt Design


Aaryan J. - 1st in Cheer/Chant/Slogan


Congratulations to all winners!



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