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Weekly Highlights

Happy Thanksgiving!!!!

Monday, November 24

2:30-3:30pm Student Council Meeting

Tuesday, November 25

10:30am-1pm I.O.S. Thankful Event

1:30-2:30pm Senior/Staff Volleyball Game

Wednesday, November 26  

No School -- Enjoy Thanksgiving!

Thursday, November 27

Happy Thnaksgiving Bulldog Family

Friday, November 28

Go BULLDOGS!! Enjoy Thanksgiving Break!

 

Learning Lab: 2:30-5pm M,T,TH,F -- Room 125, 129

 

It’s a Great Day to be a BULLDOG!

 

Ready for Success?

Freshman Year

Life after graduation plan              

Know your teachers and leaders

Visit the library once a week

Visit College Career Center once a quarter

Develop & know your study habits.

Become a member of one school activity

Know and use academic resources, including the Writing Center and Learning Lab

Sophomore Year

Prepare for and take the ACT Plan test.

Create a scholarship vita to track your school accomplishments.

Visit the library once a week.

Visit the College Center once a month.

Start researching colleges & universities and attend one college visit. 

Know and use academic resources, including the Writing Center and Learning Lab

Junior Year

Meet with your counselor to review your courses for this year & plan your schedule for senior year.

Prepare for and take the ACT. 

Visit the library once a week and the College Center three times a month.

Update your scholarship vita to track your school accomplishments.   

Know at least 3 colleges you would like to attend.

Know and use academic resources, including the Writing Center and Learning Lab

Senior Year

Visit the library & College Center once a week.

Check on application & financial aid deadlines for the schools you plan to apply.

Prepare for and retake the ACT.

Know and use academic resources, including the Writing Center and Learning Lab

Apply to at least 3 colleges by October 15

Complete 3 scholarships by November 1

 

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To educate, empower, and encourage all learners, that they may create a better tomorrow for themselves and our community.

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