December 3, 2020
Dear Governor's School Community,

Thank you to those who attended our employee and family meetings this week regarding our official Spring 2021 plan. We hope that you found this time to be informative and that your questions were answered sufficiently. As presented, the residency schedule for the spring semester is outlined below. In case you were unable to join one of the Zoom information sessions (or if you'd just like a written version of what was shared), additional details regarding our plans are included in this Frequently Asked Questions document.
SPRING 2021 RESIDENCY SCHEDULE

  • Senior I (January 18-29): Drama; Visual Arts; and Music: Woodwinds, Brass, Percussion, Piano 

  • Senior II (January 31- February 12): Creative Writing; Dance; and Music: Strings and Voice

  • Spring I (February 21- March 4): Creative Writing and Music: Voice and Piano

  • Spring II (March 14-25): Visual Arts: Juniors; Dance: Seniors; Music: Strings

  • Spring III (April 5-16): Visual Arts: Seniors; Dance: Sophomores/Juniors; Music: Brass/Percussion

  • Spring IV (April 18-29): Drama; Music: Woodwinds

  • May (May 1-28): All students
During the January-April residencies, all student meal costs will continue to be covered thanks to the generous support of Governor's School Foundation. Information regarding meal plans for May will be sent to families in March.

Also, for our Govie families, please complete this survey by Wednesday, December 9 to inform us of your plans for the spring residency.

We are looking forward to having our Govies back on campus next semester with expanded in-person instruction. Once again, we cannot express our gratitude enough for your continued commitment, cooperation, and support during this time. If you have further questions about our spring plans, please feel free to contact us.
Sincerely,

SCGSAH Leadership Team
Cedric Adderley, President
Matthew Burns, Vice President for Student Development
Faye Schober, Vice President of Finance and Administration
Jennifer Thomas, Dean and Vice President of Arts and Academics