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1 Welcome to Your JUNIOR College and Career Readiness Interview

2 KEYS TO SUCCESS  Attend school every day!  Focus on academics.  Get involved in clubs and/or organizations: holistic applications  Start long-term planning.  Prepare to take standardized tests (ACT and SAT).  Use your resources:

3 POINTS TO PONDER…… Time to finalize possible plans for post-secondary education – see website for resources Every student is encouraged to visit colleges or other post-secondary schools. Every senior can use up to 2 excused absences (with note) for those visits Priority deadline for college applications and scholarships is December 1 st.

4 Graduation!  Students MUST HAVE all required classes AND 24.5 credits total in order to graduate.  Each class is worth 0.5 credit.  A student can earn 2.5 credits each trimester by passing all of his/her classes.  Use your ASPIRE login to print out a Credit Evaluation.  If a student fails a required class or is lacking credits, there are several Credit Recovery Options: Night School, Summer School, Utah Electronic High School.

5 Check Your Grades It is imperative that you be involved and informed regarding your student’s grades and credits. ASPIRE login – To make a Parent Account: Click on “Request a Username” link. Enter Student ID number. Enter Student Birthdate. Click on “Lookup Student”. Click on name of class to see grades. Click on teacher’s name to send an email.

6 Keep Up! Golden Time help sessions Monday mornings 8:00 – 9:00 am Retake tests, get help with homework, get answers to questions. Parent/Teacher Conferences Every Monday afternoon from 2:30 – 3:15 pm AND Three Monday evenings/year from 3:00 – 7:00 pm Talk with teachers one-on-one.

7 Utah State University Writing Center and Math Center English Tutoring is available through USU Uintah Basin. They are available Monday-Thursday from 3:30pm-8pm. No appointment is necessary. Math Tutoring is also available through USU Uintah Basin. They are available Monday-Thursday from 4pm-7pm. Students will need to make an appointment by calling USU at 435-722-1700. Kahn Academy Free academic tutoring online. Study with a Buddy Math Department Tutoring Program contact: student's math teacher or Kay Baker or 781-3110 ext. 2652

8 CTE Pathways Career and Technical Education provides critical learning and hands-on skills through Pathways within eight Areas of Study. Career Pathways provide one way to “try out” a career. Pathways help students take courses related to a career.

9 Concurrent Enrollment Earn 0.5 credit high school credit per class and 3.0 college credits per class Fees for enrollment ($40-$55), registration ($5 a credit), and books (prices vary, shop around) 3.0 minimum GPA Must inform high school teachers about your Monday schedule Fridays – no USU classes – get an off-campus pass from Mrs. Norton in attendance

10 UBATC Classes Must have less than 6 absences in the trimester before you take a UBATC class Medical classes require a 3.0 GPA and 2 credits each of Math and Science.

11 ACT Free online preparation program: Shmoop Magic Word: ARCHES All juniors will take the ACT for free on March 3, 2015 Take it seriously!

12 FAFSA Completion   It is important for everyone to complete a FAFSA application even if you don’t think you will qualify for federal grans  Schools use the FAFSA to award their own scholarships Free Application for Federal Student Aid

13 NCAA You must be registered to play college sports - $65 fee NCAA.jsp NCAA.jsp Meet with your counselor to schedule the required classes. Registration and class completion do not guarantee recruitment! It is your job to contact colleges and be recruited.

14 Regent’s Scholarship Must have 3.0 GPA And take: 4 credits English 4 credits of progressive Math 3.5 credits of Social Science 3 credits of Science (must be Biology, Chemistry, and Physics) 2 progressive credits of the same Foreign Language

15 Scholarships Scholarship Opportunities Scholarships are listed by month. They are updated frequently. You have to apply to get scholarships! Scholarship Searches Register online. Check frequently.

16 Registration Class requests for your senior year (2015-2016) will be done through ClassChoice during your yearly CCR interview. Schedule changes can be made by students during a 2 week window before each trimester begins. Any class changes made by a counselor at any time will be assessed a $10 fee.

17 SHORT-TERM PLANNING FOR THE IMMEDIATE FUTURE  You and your student are the people most affected by your student’s success.  Be knowledgeable about how to bring about that success.  Be responsible for important information and details.

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