Please look on this website for up to date information regarding pertinent Senior Information. Right now, you should be focused on registering and preparing for SAT and ACT Testing. The test dates are available on the testing websites. If you qualify for free or reduced lunch, you may see your counselor for a testing fee waiver.
You should also be working on Community Services Hours. Those hours must be documented on a specific form (obtained in guidance) and turned into Mrs. Stuart (Guidance Clerk). All hours should be submitted at the beginning of May 2021 for Scholarship Opportunities.
Being on track to graduate requires a minimum of a 2.0 GPA, the required Core Credits, and passing the State mandated Math EOC and Reading FSA. Make an appointment with your grade level counselor to review these requirements - this will ensure that you have a plan towards graduation.
After graduation, there are many enrollment, employment, and enlistment opportunities. Please review the following Powerpoint carefully for up to date information on all of the possiblities. Within the Powerpoint, each slide has icons that you can click on for more information (taking you right to that organization).