Seniors

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SAVE THE DATE! Class of 2023 Graduation: Sunday, June 4, 2023  

H-F REQUIRED CLASSES FOR SENIORS

  • Contemporary or African American Literature (English 4) - AC, CP, H, AP, IB (year)
  • Economics - AC, CP, H, AP, IB (year)
  • U.S. Government & Politics - AC, CP, H (semester only)
  • Senior Physical Education - CP (two semesters)

CLASS OF 2022 STUDENT GOVERNMENT

 

Faculty Sponsor: Christina Clark

 

Student Representatives:

  • Ifeoluwa Adeyinka
  • Jasmine Alfred
  • Jianna Bell
  • Peyton Black
  • Amira Nicole Clemmons
  • Alexandria Edison
  • Kyla Emory
  • Kennedy Hearn-Williams
  • Khloe Hearn-Williams
  • Jaxon Mason
  • Christian Meeks
  • Anthony Mootry
  • Funmi Quadri
  • Nataleigh Russell
  • Zimuzo Ugwuanyi
  • Mateo Varela
  • Jhordan Wicks

COLLEGE ADMISSION CHECKLIST FOR SENIORS

  • Enroll in 1st period courses.
  • Using Naviance, continue investigating various post secondary school options in the fall. Become familiar with college deadlines. Request applications, catalogs, and financial aid information.
  • Retake the ACT/SAT Test if necessary.
  • Take SAT Subject Tests if required.
  • See your counselor and college consultant.
  • Try to arrange college visits on teacher institute days or holidays.
  • Complete the Federal Financial Aid Student Application (FAFSA) beginning October 1. Try to have completed as close to Oct. 1 as possible.
  • Attend College Night in October. Talk with college representatives.
  • Narrow your choices of colleges and try to categorize them: 1) a “reach” school; 2) a school for which you are reasonably confident about meeting admission standards; and 3) a school for which you may exceed the admissions standards.
  • Pay close attention to application deadlines.
  • Send test scores directly from testing agencies to colleges to which you are applying.
  • Send mid-year grades if requested.
  • If you are accepted at more than one school, make the final decision on the college you will attend, and send your acceptance by May 1.
  • Notify the other schools that you will be going elsewhere.
  • Request that your final transcript is sent to the college of your choice.