AGENDA Mission Spiritual Life Key MS-HS Changes Athletics Graduation Requirements College and Career Q & A
Our mission is to proclaim Jesus Christ in all aspects of our program, emphasizing academic excellence and Biblical Christian values, partnering with parents and the church to prepare godly young men and women so that they may impact their world for Christ.
SPIRITUAL LIFE Biblical Worldview Integration Chapel Discipleship Groups InterSCession Freshman Mentorship Program Relationship Building
MS – HS Changes Classes get tougher. Life gets busier.
MS – HS Changes Classes get tougher. Emphasize best work, learning, and growth. Life gets busier. Help with balance and priorities.
College and Career Preparation Starts freshman year! Includes: SCS college visits Access to the College & Career Center and WOIS College and career lessons in the classroom 9 th – 12 th grades PSAT testing 11 th grade College-specific parent nights starting junior year Yearlong support senior year with the nuts and bolts of applying to college
What Freshman Can Do -Take the most challenging and interesting classes that they can, while also experiencing academic success. -Do their best in school, building strong study habits. -Get involved in activities that help them explore their interests. Colleges look for quality of activities. -Start learning about the different types of colleges and degrees offered, and exploring colleges, majors and career options.
What Do Colleges Look For? “We look at your GPA and test scores, and then we read between the lines. What kind of classes did you take? Are your grades getting better, declining, or are they consistent? We read your essays, and we read your recommendation letters. We also look at your activities to see what you are doing with your time. All of this information paints a picture of who you are and whether you are prepared for Seattle Pacific University.” Seattle Pacific University
What Do Colleges Look For? “Freshman applicants who meet the minimum CADRs (College Academic Distribution Requirements) and who have GPAs of 2.00 and above will receive a holistic review. Curriculum quality (including the senior year) and the personal statement play significant roles in admission outcomes for freshman applicants, no matter how high or low their GPAs and test scores.” University of Washington - Seattle
College Bound Scholarship Provides tuition (at public institution rates) and a small book allowance for income-eligible students who sign up in the 7th or 8th grade, work hard in school, and successfully apply to a higher education institution when they graduate from high school. The deadline for all applicants is by June 30 at the end of their 8th grade year. You must meet income standards both when you apply AND when you receive the scholarship. You can learn more at www.readysetgrad.org or talk with Mrs. Newburn.www.readysetgrad.org