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  • Refer to where the codes are in the classroom Counselor office Fee waiver for free and reduced lunches eligible 2 times total
  • OCIS: username; infohio password: power
  • Will be meeting with the above students in December..listen for on announcements..great opportunity

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  • Presentation NotesEastwood High School Junior Class
  • Purpose1. Guidance Communication2. Transcript Review3. Honors Diploma requirements4. Preparing for College • PSAT, ACT, SAT • College Representative visits1. NCAA Registration2. Boys State/Girls
  • Communications From Guidance Office to Students• Morning Announcements• Eagle’s Eye Publication• Website: http://eastwoodschools.org/moodle/• Info in Guidance Office• Student e-mail
  • Where is this located?
  • Challenges: Academic• Use your study skills/student planner• Communicate with your teachers• Let your counselor know if you need help• Use the AA labs• Interim reports
  • Your Transcript is Your Ticket to your Future!• Review and note any corrections – English 2 Health 1/2 – Science 2 P.E. 1/2 – Math 2 – Soc.Stu 2 ·• Look at your GPA » See how your GPA Pays you! » High GPA is best paying Job you can have!• NOTE: GPA for college applications will be complete at the end of this year!• Do your very best!• » Look at your Credits 21.5 required for graduation!• » Review Community Service Hours -16 Required!
  • On the road to a Diploma with Honors?• Qualifications: 1. English 4 credits 2. Mathematics 4 credits · 3. Science (1 Physics +1 Chem) 4 credits 4. Social Studies 4 credits 5. Foreign Language 3 credits or 2+2 6. Fine Arts 1 credit 7. Grade Point Average 3.50+ 8. ACT/SAT score 27/1210• Must meet 7 out of 8 of these criteria
  • College:• PSAT, SAT and ACT College entranceexams.• Admission Criteria 1. Grades 2. Curriculum 3. Test Scores• Additional Criteria 1. Essay 2. Class Rank 3. Activities/Leadership 4. Recommendations 5. Special Talent
  • ACT TEST DATESTest Dates Registration ByDecember 8th November 2ndApril 13th March 8thJune 8th May 3rd
  • ACT WRITINGUniversities that require ACT Writing: University of Cincinnati Kent State University The Ohio State University
  • ACT: GENERAL INFOHigh School Code: 364-065Test Center Code: 197860College and Scholarship Choices: Enter 4 choicesRegistration: On-line*paper forms available from counselor very limited
  • PSAT/NMSQT(Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test )• $14.00 due to • Sign up in Mrs. Blausey in English room! Office by Friday, • Practice booklet October 12th. • Aptitude test:• Test is critical thinking, Wednesday, math, writing October 17th in skills study hall.
  • Opportunities to help you narrowyour college options1. Talk to a college representative: Visitation schedule posted in English rooms Must sign up in the office prior to visit2. Think about reasons for going to college: career options & degree level required3. Visit college campuses: Three during school hours & must arrange through counselor4. Career counseling: OCIS and counselor
  • Important factors in choosing a college:• Two year, technical, or four year• Size and location• Kind of atmosphere• Admission requirements• Academics• Cost and financial aid• Housing• Facilities/activities
  • United States Service Academy NominationCongressman, Bob Latta, will host an academy information night:• Thursday, September 20th• Perrysburg High School• 7pm in libraryRepresentatives from: 1. US Military Academy at West Point 2. US naval Academy at Annapolis 3. US Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs 4. US Coast Guard Academy at Merchant Marine Academy
  • NCAA Registration• For students who may be or are eligible to participate in college athletics at the NCAA Division I or II level.• To be eligible for scholarships, or to participate as a college freshman, you MUST register with NCAA Clearinghouse: www.eligibilitycenter.org• Review the guidelines and requirements on their website and register online.• NCAA students send test scores from SAT or ACT directly by entering “9999” as a free test- score recipient.
  • Boys State/Girls State2011-2012 representatives:Danielle Baugher Steph DippmanTaylor Ernsthausen Adrienne GetzErica Guyer Cassie HoffmannMarissa Soltis Lyndsay TennisonRoss Bockbrader Skylar DierkerAdam Krukemyer Joe NaumanAustin Smith
  • QUESTIONSWhere can I find guidance information? Display case by McKibben’s doorWhen should I be thinking of taking anACT test?When should I be planning college visits?