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Staci Kuhnke (A-K)

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At each grade level, students are encouraged to meet their Career Advisor to begin and continue the process of educational and career planning. The following is a set of guidelines for students and parents to consider during high school to begin to explore options for the years ahead. The Career Advisors are available to meet with students individually as well as in classrooms, student/parent meetings, and small groups throughout the school year.

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Click the link below to view the Power Point from the Senior meeting on March 3, 2016
Senior Directed Study PPT.pptm



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Archived Senior Newsletters:  
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12th GRADE CAREER PLANNING

1) Use career programs to further explore career options and to investigate post-secondary institutions and scholarship opportunities.

2) Attend a College Fair with your parents to get any college questions answered.

3) If you are planning to retake the ACT (for scholarship/college entrance purposes), or planning to take the SAT, register early in the Fall. See the "Entrance Exams" tab for more information about these tests.

4) Schedule a Senior Exit Interview to receive and review college options and plan.

5) Start the financial aid process and apply for scholarships.

6) Visit with college representatives who visit the high school, and make on-site campus visits during the school year.

7) Attend the Financial Aid Night offered to students and parents in January.

8) Complete and submit college applications to schools of your choice. (Check deadlines. Many schools fill in the fall of the year.)

9) Request a transcript through www.parchment.com.

10) Complete and submit college room and board application.

11) If not completed already, request a job shadow. See the "Job Shadows" tab for information on how to set this up.

12) Senior males register for Selective Service within 6 months of your 18th birthday. It is required by law that you do this before you receive any Financial Aid.  Go to: http://www.sss.gov/default.htm



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 Last Modified: 3 March,2016