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WHAT TO EXPECT IN THE 12TH GRADE:

Your 12th grade year is your the moment all of your planning transitions you towards your future. This is a time when everything-- high school grades, attendance, and credits are vital to keep in mind. Your research and decisions on potential colleges/universities, financial aid applications, and career pathways begin to take shape.  

Throughout the year, counselors visit senior classrooms to get students thinking about post-secondary planning and hold private meetings students and their parents to remain on target with graduation requirements.

Senior (12th) Counseling presentation

Senior Checklist - July to May

TUTORING

TUTORING: All students have access to tutoring in the PASS rooms 501 and 502 -  Tuesday-Thursday from 4:05 to 5:05. Don't wait till you are failing a class, if you need help, take advantage of this free tutoring to stay on target with your grades and study!

COMMUNITY SERVICE:

By the time you graduate, you will need to complete a minimum of 10 hours of community service throughout your time in high school. You may start logging these hours now. Be sure to print a community service form, get it signed by your non-parent supervisor, then turn the form into your counselor.   Community service form

SCHOLARSHIPS:

Click Post-Secondary Planning for Financial Aid  to visit links to nationwide scholarship search engines to begin searching for applicable scholarships today. 

Applications:

 

Interested in applying to college?  Many colleges use the common app system.  Be sure to check with the college that your applying for to be sure which application they prefer.  The community college or university may use their own application.  For more information, visit the website of the college or university that you are interested in applying to.  Below you will find a link to the common app. 

Common App

Common Black College Application