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Sue Coffman Robin Anderson
Spend time researching colleges you are interested in Visit with college reps who come to the high school/schedule college visits on campus Review your transcript to make sure you are on track to graduate Take ACT or SAT Sign up in March for AP test in May Enroll with the NCAA Clearinghouse Enroll with the NAIA
Review Enrollment Guide policies and look over course offerings Review graduation requirements, qualified admissions, the Kansas Scholars Curriculum, NCAA, NAIA Visit with counselor about course selection for your senior year, decide if you will take college classes Get Signatures for Consortium classes Enroll on line through PowerSchool
Select courses (wide variety) Decide: Dual Credit, AP or Regular If you choose dual credit- ◦ Pick up forms from Counselor’s Office ◦ Apply at the college ◦ Take required tests ◦ Pay tuition and buy books at college ◦ Return forms to appropriate offices
21 or better on the ACT or Rank in top 1/3 of class or 2.0 GPA or better on the required core curriculum
English: 4 Credits Math: 3 Credits 3 approved units of Math are required in high school and selected from: Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, any math class that has Algebra 2 as a prerequisite. Science: 3 Credits – 1 credit must be Chemistry or Physics (Freshman Science does not count) Social Studies: 3 Credits – 1 credit US History, ½ credit US Government, 1/2 credit World Geography, World History or International Relations and 1 credit elective
English: 4 Credits Math: 4 Credits- Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra II plus one course above Algebra II Science: 3 Credits –Biology, Chemistry and Physics Social Studies: 3 Credits – 1 credit US History, ½ credit US Government, 1/2 credit World Geography, World History or International Relations and 1 credit elective Foreign Language: 2 Credits of the same foreign language
What to expect? What to do? When to do it?
Enroll in all the classes you need to graduate Make sure you meet qualified admissions if you are going to a regents school. If you will play a sport in college, register with the NCAA/NAIA clearing house Write resume Visit colleges Apply to colleges early Send in Scholarship applications on time. Ask for letters of recommendation early Create your Docufide account
Order graduation supplies Get taxes done early Fill out FAFSA early in February Make final school selection Complete Senior Exit Survey Send your transcript Graduate!!!!
Federal grants Federal loans State scholarship program School sponsored scholarships Scholarship searches Paying for scholarship search services
Click on the link below to go to the counselors wiki page where you can find information on everything in the presentation. Counselors Wiki
Ask questions Call us: Use PowerSchool Use our phone to call schools Hit the books and enjoy your senior year!