Dakiriyah Doss, 15, said she didn’t know when she applied to Mississippi Governor’s School that she would be helping her fellow classmates at Columbus High School.
Approximately 60 high school scholars from 30 school districts across the state will be on the campus of Mississippi University for Women for the annual Mississippi Governor’s School residential honors program.
When Ceana Palacio, 15, first moved to Gulfport from Texas she was worried she wouldn’t find a challenging educational curriculum.
Some of Mississippi’s most gifted high school students threw cardboard rafts in a pool on Saturday and tried to race them.
Approximately 60 scholars from around the state will attend Mississippi Governor’s School (MGS) at Mississippi University for Women from June 5-24.
For the past three weeks, the campus of Mississippi University for Women has been filled with 122 upcoming high school juniors and seniors for the annual Mississippi Governor’s School.
While most teens may be spending the summer relaxing or working part-time jobs, the students at MGS are earning college credit.
The Mississippi Governor’s School (MGS) is accepting applications for the 2013 session from current 10th and 11th grade students enrolled in accredited Mississippi high schools.
Textbooks have given way to Sudoku, South Park, and sushi this summer as the top high schoolers in the state gather for the 32nd annual Mississippi Governor’s School at Mississippi University for Women.
Imagine the Columbus riverfront with niche boutiques, restaurants and major big-box retailers. Imagine loft apartments and other housing. Imagine a year-round carnival and a boardwalk area where families can shop, live and play.
The Jan. 31 application deadline for the 2011 session of the Mississippi Governor’s School is rapidly approaching.