Sandy Creek Cheerleaders Compete

Updated by Chandler Hall on August 1, 2014

The Sandy Creek Cheerleaders competed in the National Cheerleaders Association's Camp this summer at the University of Georgia.The team won a total of 5 awards including, "Top Team in Performace", and "Most Spirited Squad". 9 Cheerleaders became All American Nominees (listed below), and Tori Ector became and All American Cheerleader! Please congragulate these amazing students on thier accomplishments.

INDIVIDUAL AWARDS
Kenbra Simon - Leadership
Tanija Chestnut - Motions
Taylor Ashford - Tumbling
Tori Ector - Jumps
Sydney Ellis - Jumps
Alana Gales - Jumps
Teh'ja Jones - Jumps
Logan Bolton - Dance
Trinity Jones - Dance


2014 Back to School Information
and Supply List

Updated via Mrs. Smith on July 20th, 2014

  • New School Start Time for Sandy Creek: 8:35PM to 3:45PM
  • First Day of School for Students - August 7th
  • Orientation for 9th grade and all new students - August 5th from 6:00PM to 8:00PM
  • Sandy Creek High School Open House - August 26th from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
  • Download the suggested 2014 school supply list
  • Parking Permits are $50.00 and will be available August 7th - August 15th during lunch.

 

AP Summer Assignments

Updated by Chandler Hall on May 20th, 2014

AP English Literature (12th Grade)
AP English Language (11th Grade)
10th Grade Gifted and Honors English
9th Grade Gifted and Honors English
AP Computer Science MOOC

 

 

Sandy Creek’s Mrs. Vlachakis Named Fayette County Teacher of the Year

Updated by Chandler Hall on April 28, 2014

Sandy Creek High School would like to congratulate Mrs. Vlachakis for winning county teacher of the year! The FCBOE website states:

On April 25, 2014 there was silence as everyone waited for School Superintendent Dr. Joseph Barrow to open the sealed envelope, and then a roar of applause came from the crowd as he announced Alexandra Vlachakis as the 2014 Fayette County Teacher of the Year. Vlachakis, a technology and business teacher at Sandy Creek High, was one of three finalists chosen from 26 school-level teachers of the year who were vying for the honor. "I am humbled and incredibly honored to be here representing all of the teachers who have dedicated countless hours to their students," said Vlachakis as she took the podium to deliver her acceptance speech. Full Article>>