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The Pre-Governor’s School at Osbourn Park (PGS@OP) is a preparatory program through which students will experience an accelerated Mathematics and Science course sequence. Students will have an opportunity to develop technical writing capacity and meet several graduation requirements to prepare them for success should they attend GS@IP in their eleventh and twelfth grade year.

Announcements

Congratulations to all of our students who were accepted into the Governor's School at Innovation Park for the upcoming school year.

Letter from Mrs. Bach:

I am excited to announce that I will be moving on to a full- time position at the Governor’s School @ Innovation Park starting this summer!

Ms. Nikki Raquedan will be the new Pre-Governor’s School/Governor’s School Counselor. Although I will not be at Osbourn Park High School, I will work with Ms. Raquedan on a regular basis. Of course I will still be working with Governor’s School students and helping them through the college admissions process. I will also continue to work with the Pre-Governor’s students through Ms. Raquedan.

Ms. Raquedan will be at Osbourn Park High School full-time. I will work with her to provide even more opportunities to connect our Governor’s School students with our Pre-Governor’s School students.

-Mrs. Bach

HPE I and II next year
 

Rising Sophomore students in the Pre-Gov program will take HPE II virtually during the fall semester in the upcoming school year. Students will be signed up once the school year starts and the courses will be taught by our HPE teachers, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Contois, and Ms. Commune. There will be multiple options for students to complete Driver's Education via face-to-face or online options. 

Optional Summer Reading

Here are some book suggestions from our Pre-Governors School English Teachers for those of you looking for something to read this summer.

Rising Freshmen:
The Giver by Lois Lowry
On Such a Full Sea by Chang-rae Lee

Rising Sophomores:
Ender's Game (Orson Scott Card) and Want (Cindy Pon)
To Kill a Mockingbird (Harper Lee) and The Hate You Give (Angie Thomas)


Program Coordinator - Ben Henken (henkenbe@pwcs.edu)

School Counselor - Melissa Bach (BachML@pwcs.edu)