Back in ninth grade, Taylor got A’s across the b- err, some B’s. Only in Math though.
You might want to pay attention in class on October 27. I already mentioned this, but it’s worth repeating it: the Fearless One is showing up on schools across the US and worldwide via a live online webcast . Taylor Swift is partnering with Scholastic for the literacy campaign event Read Now! Participating school classrooms will see the live webcast on October 27 at 1pm ET / 10am PT. You must get your teacher to register for the webcast here. All registrations must be in by October 27, 9am to access the live event. Your teacher must also register if your class just wants to access the replay. For more information, go to the Read Now! web page.
The Summer County School Board has unanimously voted to name the Hendersonville High School auditorium after their most famous student. The Taylor Swift Auditorium is being refurbished with a new sound and lighting system thanks to the $75,000 donation of a similarly-named country singer-songwriter last year. According to WSMV.com, channel 4 in Nashville, the school thinks it’s a proper way to thank Taylor for being generous and kind.
Thanks once again to @myca13swift who continues to capture the Behind the Scenes look at Fifteen. These are all the parts captured so far:
Tonight, September 23, Taylor Swift performed at the All For The Hall fundraiser at Club Nokia, Los Angeles that benefits the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
Next week, the Fearless One travels to Italy. She’s scheduled to perform in X-Factor Italia on September 28 in Milan.