Daily Bulletin

Signature School Bulletin for Friday, September 20, 2019

Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Language Do you want to spend six weeks next summer in Austria, Quebec, France, Spain, Chile or Mexico? Sign up for the Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Language (IUHPFL). You will live with a host family while attending classes in the morning to improve your world language skills. If you want more information, talk to your world language teacher and then come to talk to Profe Boyle in room 310. She has extra information for you! The application process starts now.


Joint Academy Day This Saturday, September 21st, U.S. Congressman Larry Bucshon, U.S. Senator Todd Young, & U.S. Senator Mike Braun will host a Joint Academy Day in Fort Branch, Indiana from 8:30 AM-11:30 AM CT. Representatives from the U.S. Air Force, Coast Guard, Merchant Marine, West Point, and Naval Academies will be there. If you have an interest in applying to a United States Service Academy, please see Mrs. Roscoe in the Academic Services office for more information.


College Visits We are hosting several college visits next week:


Tuesday, September 24: Washington University in St. Louis


Wednesday, September 25: University of Indianapolis


Thursday, September 26: University of Evansville


All visits are held in Room 203 during lunch. You may sign up on the clipboard in the office, through the lunch system or see Mrs. Roscoe.


Main Street Attraction-ATTENTION CLUBS: Just a reminder – for clubs wanting to request booth space for Main Street Attraction, the form is due by Friday, Sept 27th. Any questions contact Beth Hafele (812-449-6365 or


Freshman Resource Mrs. Winchester's resource students need to meet on the 4th floor of the Victory at the beginning of 6th period. All other freshmen need to report to their individual classrooms.


Mr. Chrockrem's 8th period class Mr. Chrockrem’s 8th period should report to Mr. Miller’s room (Rm 514).


Lincoln Driven to Give Tomorrow is the Lincoln Driven to Give fundraising event from 8 AM until 5 PM. Ten brand new Lincoln vehicles will be parked in front of Signature School for people to test drive. Each test drive earns Signature School money. Invite your parents, grandparents, neighbors, aunts, uncles, and friends. They must be 18 years old with a valid license and insurance. Bring some cash with you too. Several clubs will be selling food and items during the drive event. SEE YOU TOMORROW!


Art Club There is an art-making event today from 3:30-5 in Mr. Darnell's room.


In the News

8/29/19 Business Insider, 'Here are the 15 public high schools in America with the best teachers' 

6/7/19 The Washington Post, 'Signature School leaves a mark on its city and students. What does it teach the nation?' 

4/30/19 US News & World Report, 'U.S. News Releases 2019 Best High Schools Rankings' 

4/30/19 "Jay Matthews Challenge Index," 'Jay Matthews Challenge Index High School Rankings 2019' 

4/30/19 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature School ranked U.S. top 10 high school, #3 best charter school' 

11/13/18 WFIE NBC News, '$2 million Signature School Expansion Approved' 

5/9/18 WFIE NBC News, 'Signature School named one of country's top high schools' 

5/8/18 US News & World Report, 'See the 2018 Best Public High Schools' 

2/23/18 Evansville Courier & Press, 'IDOE names 2016-17 Four Star Schools: Did your child's school make the list?' 

12/13/17 WEHT ABC News, 'Local Lifestyles: Amani Partners Kenya' 

8/30/17 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature: Indiana's first public charter high school, turns 15' 

7/10/17 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature ranked No. 3 most challenging high school in America' 

5/1/17 US News & World Report, 'What to Know About Charter High Schools' 

4/27/17 Inside Indiana Business, 'List: Indiana Schools Among Nation's Best' 

4/26/17 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature ranked No. 1 Indiana high school' 

12/25/16 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature to update music programs with grant' 

10/15/16 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Free YMCA, Signature tutoring program expands in second year' 

4/2/16 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature School junior sees way to help others'

3/22/16 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature educator pushes himself, students to be best'

1/30/16 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Signature School puts spin on ‘Romeo and Juliet’ in upcoming ballet'

10/15/15 Evansville Courier & Press, "Signature School officials considering AP Capstone program'

7/16/15 Evansville Courier & Press, "Signature School student won category at National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium'

10/29/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "Signature School will switch to a full IB school with the Class of 2019'

9/30/14 U.S. Department of Education, 2014-15 National Blue Ribbon 

9/10/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "Semifinalists for 2015 National Merit Scholarships Announced'

8/20/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "Signature School teacher writes civil rights era book'

8/12/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "Gearing up for the new year: Kids, teachers say charter school fosters autonomy'

8/10/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "EDITORIAL: Signature School program prepares students for real world'

8/7/14 Evansville Courier & Press, 'For Youth of the Year recipients, Boys & Girls Club is home, other members like family'

7/23/14 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Young inventor works to change the world one piece of computer code at a time'

4/29/14 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Local high school seniors honored as Indiana Academic All-Stars'

4/2/14 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Outstanding Educators of the Year named for Vanderburgh County | VIDEO & GALLERY'

3/31/14 Evansville Courier & Press, 'Joe Nelson is on the cutting edge of curriculum at Signature School'

3/4/14 Evansville Courier & Press, "Signature School thespians gear up for play season with ‘Penzance' | PLAY SCHEDULES & VIDEO'

8/14/11 Evansville Courier & Press, "Evansville's Signature School continues to pile up accolades'

Upcoming Events

8th Grade & Prospective Student Open House

The open house for current eighth grade and prospective transfer students for the 2020-2021 school year will be Monday, November 4, 2019 from 6 to 7:30 PM in the Victory Theatre. Applications for admission will be available at the open house and will be posted on the school's website after the open house.