Recent News

Governor's School Team has been selected as one of the top five finalists for the NASA Exploration Design Challenge. Click here to read more and to view the official announcement from NASA.

Governor's School students chat with Astronaut before they fly on board the Zero Gravity Corporation's G-Force One plane. Click here to read the full article from NASA.

The Governor's School for Science and Technology has been named to Virginia Living’s Top High Schools and Universities 2013 list. Virginia Living’s Top High Schools and Universities 2013 recognizes innovation and excellence in secondary and higher education in Virginia across five categories: Arts & Humanities; Science, Math & Technology; Capital Improvements; Co-Ops & Partnerships; and Athletics. New Horizons Governor's School will appear in the Science, Math and Technology category for its mandatory Research Methodology and Ethics curriculum.

NASA Langley Research Center and the Governor’s School for Science and Technology have signed a space act agreement providing gifted students the opportunity for hands-on experience and guidance in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with the goal of inspiring future explorers, scientists and engineers. The partnership will allow next generation students the opportunity to interact with and be mentored by NASA Langley researchers on STEM projects to expand education and knowledge through mentored projects and activities. In support of NASA Langley’s STEM education mission, researchers will assist students with college-level work and provide information about NASA’s vision, mission, programs and projects. Click here to read NASA's Press Release.

The Daily Press

  Hampton Roads auto body class gives confidence, job skills to 'at-risk' students
  Cosmetology Student Wins Hair Battle Spectacular
  Robotics Team Headed to Nationals   Robotics Team Competes at Nationals   Robotics Team Happy with Finish at Nationals
  Gifted Education Reviewed
  New Horizons Partners with Public Works for Program
  Human, Electronic Connections Power Fishing Pole
  New Robotics Lab Unveiled at New Horizons
  Local Builders Move On
  Programs at New Horizons Expand Career Options
  Automatically Awesome    Automatically Awesome continued
  Quest Complete
  Nuts and Bolts    Nuts and Bolts continued
  A Finely Tuned Machine   Daily Press Photo Gallery   Robotics Helps Make Global Connections
  This Isn't Your Parents' Shop Class
  New Horizons Center Among State Leaders
  Kaine Wants Technical Education Off the Back Burner

Other News

  High School Students Learning Skills to Earn Money for College
  Illuminating Minds, Igniting Passions, Shaping Futures in Hampton Roads
  2011 FIRST Robotics Competition Kicks Off
  NASA Knights Finalize Competition Robot
  June 2009 VCC Workforce Newsletter Excerpt

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