March 20, 2017

 extended a month due to a lack of applications. The deadline is now April 15.

March 30th Local Scholarship Applications due  (paper copies handed in)

March 31st  CHS Scholarship App due  (http://www.chsinc.com/stewardship/leadership-development/scholarships.)

March 31st   Farm Bureau Scholarship App due  (see the USD 448 scholarship website)

mailed in

March 31st Buhler Sunshine Meadows Retirement Community Scholarship due (see the USD

 448 Scholarship website)

April 1  FAFSA filed for the Kansas Comprehensive Grant (private schools especially)

April 3   Kansas Financial Scholars Scholarship due  (http://ksc.ks.gov/scholarship )

April 10th  Kansas Seed Industry Scholarship (See the USD 448 Scholarship Website)

April 14  KSCPA deadline for application   (Business & Accounting majors)

April 15th  Hutchinson News Journalism Scholarship   (Journalism majors)

http://www.hutchnews.com/news/school_news/hutchinson-news-future-journalist-scholarship-application/pdf_a21a0452-c509-11e5-b2c8-8b899f5f62ce.html

May 1  All Board of Regents Scholarship Applications (Kansas State Scholars, Ethnic

Minority, Teacher Scholarships, etc..

March 6, 2017

Several Scholarships due the next two weeks…..

Seniors, quite a busy few weeks coming up.  See me for help on any of these scholarships.  Also, a reminder if you need transcripts or reference letters to make sure you get them this week as many people will be gone on spring break.  Meet your deadlines!

March 6th   Local Scholarship Applications made available (School Website)

March 6th    White Math & Science Scholarship Applications due   (School Website) mail in

March 10th  KSCPA deadline for students ACT score to be submitted (Bus & Acct. majors)

March 11th   W-S-You for seniors headed to Wichita State

http://webs.wichita.edu/?u=admissionsforms&p=/w_s_you/ 

March 15th MKC Scholarship app due  (https://www.mkcoop.com/getattachment/News/Apply-now-for-the-2016-MKC-Scholarship-Program/2017-MKC-Scholarship-Application-(1).pdf)

March 15th  Westar  (see the attached flier in this website from Westart posted on Jan. 2nd) 

March 15th  Hutchinson News Journalism Scholarship   (Journalism majors)

http://www.hutchnews.com/news/school_news/hutchinson-news-future-journalist-scholarship-application/pdf_a21a0452-c509-11e5-b2c8-8b899f5f62ce.html

March 17th  AFA Scholarship Deadline McPherson County (www.agfuture.org)

see Mr. Knapp

March 17th  KIWANIS Scholarship (see the USD 448 scholarship website) mailed in

March 30th  Local Scholarship Applications due  (paper copies handed in)

March 31st  CHS Scholarship App due  (http://www.chsinc.com/stewardship/leadership-development/scholarships.)

March 31st   Farm Bureau Scholarship App due  (see the USD 448 scholarship website)

mailed in

March 31st Buhler Sunshine Meadows Retirement Community Scholarship due (see the USD

 448 Scholarship website)

April 1  FAFSA filed for the Kansas Comprehensive Grant (private schools especially)

April 3   Kansas Financial Scholars Scholarship due  (http://ksc.ks.gov/scholarship )

April 10th  Kansas Seed Industry Scholarship (See the USD 448 Scholarship Website)

April 14  KSCPA deadline for application   (Business & Accounting majors)

May 1  All Board of Regents Scholarship Applications (Kansas State Scholars, Ethnic

Minority, Teacher Scholarships, etc..

March 1, 2017

Sunshine Meadows Retirement Scholarship

Application is on the Senior Website under SMRC2017Live.  You will have to write a 1 page  essay with this scholarship and submit it to us by the deadline of March 31, 2017.

Feb. 28, 2017

Golf Scholarship

            Scholarship details and a downloadable application form are available at

www.kansasgolf.org/foundation/scholarships.  For more information, contact Phil Miller,

Executive Director, Kansas Golf Foundation, 1201 Wakarusa Drive, Suite B5, Lawrence,

Ks. 66049   (785-842-4833 ext. 205) or foundation@kansasgolf.org.

Feb. 27, 2017

Updates…

Greetings from Manhattan!

   

 I hope this e-mail finds you well. As March draws near, it’s time for seniors to begin making important decisions about their future! See below for exciting next steps for your future Wildcats!

   

  Orientation and Enrollment & Wildcat Warm-Up Registration

Students who are ready to commit to an Orientation and Enrollment date can do so as early as March 1! Registration will go live that morning at www.k-state.edu/admissions/orientation. Our one-day Orientation and Enrollment is mandatory for all incoming freshmen, but we also encourage students to sign-up for our extended Orientation program, Wildcat Warm-Up! Wildcat Warm-Up is a three-day program where students get the opportunity to stay in the residence halls, learn about K-State traditions and get to know both current and new K-Staters through a high energy weekend!

     

   Housing Update

Students can still access both the application and the contract at http://www.housing.ksu.edu to reserve a spot on campus. There is no deadline for contract completion, but selection is based on the date the contract was received so students are encouraged to submit as soon as possible. Here in the coming weeks, students should be encouraged to log into their K-State e-mail account as Housing and Dining will be communicating with them what their selection date is! Further questions regarding room selections can be directed to myself or their main phone line, 785-532-6453.  

 As always, please let me know if there is anything I can help with!

Go Cats!

Feb. 21, 2017

Updates…

Feb. 22 & 23  HCC Financial Seminars 4 pm-7pm Shears Technology Center

Feb. 23rd  Wichita Engineer for a Day (See Mr. Pf for details)

March 6th   Local Scholarship Applications made available (School Website)

March 6th    White Math & Science Scholarship Applications due   (School Website) mail in

March 10th  KSCPA deadline for students ACT score to be submitted (Bus & Acct. majors)

March 11th   W-S-You for seniors headed to Wichita State

http://webs.wichita.edu/?u=admissionsforms&p=/w_s_you/ 

March 15th MKC Scholarship app due  (https://www.mkcoop.com/getattachment/News/Apply-now-for-the-2016-MKC-Scholarship-Program/2017-MKC-Scholarship-Application-(1).pdf)

March 15th  Westar  (https://www.westarenergy.com/scholarship-opportunities) 

March 15th  Hutchinson News Journalism Scholarship   (Journalism majors)

http://www.hutchnews.com/news/school_news/hutchinson-news-future-journalist-scholarship-application/pdf_a21a0452-c509-11e5-b2c8-8b899f5f62ce.html

March 17th  AFA Scholarship Deadline McPherson County (www.agfuture.org)

see Mr. Knapp

March 17th  KIWANIS Scholarship (see the USD 448 scholarship website) mailed in

March 30th Local Scholarship Applications due  (paper copies handed in)

March 31st  CHS Scholarship App due  (http://www.chsinc.com/stewardship/leadership-development/scholarships.)

March 31st   Farm Bureau Scholarship App due  (see the USD 448 scholarship website) mailed in

April 1  FAFSA filed for the Kansas Comprehensive Grant (private schools especially)

April 3   Kansas Financial Scholars Scholarship due  (http://ksc.ks.gov/scholarship )

April 14  KSCPA deadline for application   (Business & Accounting majors)

May 1  All Board of Regents Scholarship Applications (Kansas State Scholars, Ethnic

Minority, Teacher Scholarships, etc..

Job Opportunity…..

More info about our positions can be found here: www.rocksprings.net/summerjobs

 

Thanks,

Megan Page

Summer Staff Director

Rock Springs 4-H Center

www.rocksprings.net

Feb. 14, 2017

You may register directly at www.hutchcc.edu/local 

Feb. 13, 2017

Updated Important Dates & Deadlines

Feb. 15th Hutchinson Community College Scholarship Deadline see Mr. Pf

(complete the application on your DragonZone link)

Feb. 20th  Little Arkansas Watershed District Scholarship Deadline (School Website)

Feb. 22 & 23  HCC Financial Seminars 4 pm-7pm Shears Technology Center

Feb. 23rd  Wichita Engineer for a Day (See Mr. Pf for details)

March 6th   Local Scholarship Applications made available (School Website)

March 6th    White Math & Science Scholarship Applications due   (School Website) mail in

March 10th  KSCPA deadline for students ACT score to be submitted (Bus & Acct. majors)

March 11th   W-S-You for seniors headed to Wichita State

http://webs.wichita.edu/?u=admissionsforms&p=/w_s_you/ 

March 15th MKC Scholarship app due  (https://www.mkcoop.com/getattachment/News/Apply-now-for-the-2016-MKC-Scholarship-Program/2017-MKC-Scholarship-Application-(1).pdf)

March 15th  Westar  (https://www.westarenergy.com/scholarship-opportunities) 

March 15th  Hutchinson News Journalism Scholarship   (Journalism majors)

http://www.hutchnews.com/news/school_news/hutchinson-news-future-journalist-scholarship-application/pdf_a21a0452-c509-11e5-b2c8-8b899f5f62ce.html

March 17th  AFA Scholarship Deadline McPherson County (www.agfuture.org)

see Mr. Knapp

March 17th  KIWANIS Scholarship (see the USD 448 scholarship website) mailed in

March 30th Local Scholarship Applications due  (paper copies handed in)

March 31st  CHS Scholarship App due  (http://www.chsinc.com/stewardship/leadership-development/scholarships.)

March 31st   Farm Bureau Scholarship App due  (see the USD 448 scholarship website) mailed in

April 1  FAFSA filed for the Kansas Comprehensive Grant (private schools especially)

April 3   Kansas Financial Scholars Scholarship due  (http://ksc.ks.gov/scholarship )

April 14  KSCPA deadline for application   (Business & Accounting majors)

May 1  All Board of Regents Scholarship Applications (Kansas State Scholars, Ethnic

Minority, Teacher Scholarships, etc..

Feb. 10, 2017

MCPHERSON COUNTY FARM BUREAU ASSOCIATION COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM AND GUIDELINES

Eligibility Guidelines:

1. Applicant must be High School Senior from McPherson County area High Schools.

2. Scholarship can be used at any Kansas four year College University, Junior College, or Vocational Technical School.

3. Applicant must have a cumulative High School grade point average of 3.0 or Better, and plan to take a full course, or minimum of 12 hours.

4. Parents or guardians of the applicant must be members in good standing of McPherson County Farm Bureau in the year a scholarship is awarded.

5. Students outside of McPherson County are eligible providing their parents or Guardians have McPherson County Farm Bureau Membership.

6. Applications, along with scholarship guidelines will be mailed to McPherson County area schools. Applications will also be available at the County Farm Bureau office after February 1st 2017.

7. Completed applications must be in the Farm Bureau office by March 31st 2017

8. The amount of the scholarship for 2016 -2017 will be $300.00 for two students.

9. The scholarship money will be sent directly to the student.

I have added the application to the Scholarship website.

Hutchinson News Journalism Scholarship

The scholarship is open to seniors in The Hutchinson News coverage area planning to

have a career in journalism, whether it is print, broadcast or another form of media.

Candidates must be enrolled, or planning to enroll, in a journalism or photojournalism program at an accredited college or university. They also must have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Deadline is set for March 15th.

--Journalism applicants must submit at least a one page, double‐spaced essay

explaining why they want to become a journalist. Also, submit two writing samples

from either a journalism class or creative writing or composition assignment in English

 class.

--Photojournalists should provide at least five photos, as well as a detailed essay on at

least one of the photos.

---All applicants must have three references, with one being from the faculty of the

candidate’s High school. Please include a copy of your high school transcript with this

application.  Please check out the details at:

http://www.hutchnews.com/news/school_news/hutchinson-news-future-journalist-scholarship-application/pdf_a21a0452-c509-11e5-b2c8-8b899f5f62ce.html

CHS Now Accepting Scholarship Applications

--"The CHS Foundation is committed to supporting the next generation of

agricultural leaders," says Mark Biedenfeld, president, CHS Foundation. "These

students are the future of our industry and we are proud to support them as they

begin their education and career exploration in agriculture."

--In 2017, the CHS Foundation will award nearly 300 scholarships to students

studying agriculture or STEM (science, technology, engineering or math) fields of

study with an interest in agriculture or energy industry careers. One hundred

high school students will be awarded $1,000 scholarships as they enter

their freshman year of college in Fall 2017.

http://www.chsinc.com/stewardship/leadership-development/scholarships.

Student Eligibility:

• Must be a high school senior, graduating in the spring and attending college in fall 2017.

• Must plan to pursue an agricultural degree at a college or university within the United States or Canada. Students pursuing a STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) field of study with an interest in agriculture or energy related careers will be considered.

• Must be a legal citizen or permanent resident of the United States or Canada.

        Application & Timeline:

        • The application for the 2017/18 High School Scholarship program is now open.

• Applications will be accepted from Jan 1, 2017 – March 31, 2017.

• Selected applicants will be notified in June 2017.

Feb. 8, 2017

State of Kansas Association of Watersheds Scholarship

.  

Feb. 7, 2017

Important Dates & Deadlines

Feb. 15th Hutchinson Community College Scholarship Deadline see Mr. Pf

(complete the application on your DragonZone link)

Feb. 20th  Little Arkansas Watershed District Scholarship Deadline (School Website)

Feb. 22 & 23  HCC Financial Seminars 4 pm-7pm Shears Technology Center

Feb. 23rd  Wichita Engineer for a Day (See Mr. Pf for details)

March 6th   Local Scholarship Applications made available (School Website)

March 6th    White Math & Science Scholarship Applications due   (School Website) mail in

March 10th  KSCPA deadline for students ACT score to be submitted (Bus & Acct. majors)

March 11th   W-S-You for seniors headed to Wichita State

http://webs.wichita.edu/?u=admissionsforms&p=/w_s_you/ 

March 15th MKC Scholarship app due  (https://www.mkcoop.com/getattachment/News/Apply-now-for-the-2016-MKC-Scholarship-Program/2017-MKC-Scholarship-Application-(1).pdf)

March 15th  Westar  (https://www.westarenergy.com/scholarship-opportunities) 

March 15th  Hutchinson News Journalism Scholarship   (Journalism majors)

http://www.hutchnews.com/news/school_news/hutchinson-news-future-journalist-scholarship-application/pdf_a21a0452-c509-11e5-b2c8-8b899f5f62ce.html

March 17th  AFA Scholarship Deadline McPherson County (www.agfuture.org)

see Mr. Knapp

March 17th  KIWANIS Scholarship (see the USD 448 scholarship website) mailed in

March 30thLocal Scholarship Applications due  (paper copies handed in)

March 31st  CHS Scholarship App due

 (http://www.chsinc.com/stewardship/leadership-development/scholarships.)

March 31st   Farm Bureau Scholarship App due  (see the USD 448 scholarship website) mailed in

April 1  FAFSA filed for the Kansas Comprehensive Grant (private schools especially)

April 3   Kansas Financial Scholars Scholarship due  (http://ksc.ks.gov/scholarship )

April 14  KSCPA deadline for application   (Business & Accounting majors)

May 1  All Board of Regents Scholarship Applications (Kansas State Scholars, Ethnic

Minority, Teacher Scholarships, etc..

Feb. 6th, 2017

White Scholarship Foundation

Feb. 2nd, 2017

        Students can click on “Find a Career” or “Search for Jobs” for more information.  Each

employer may have a unique “Apply for Jobs” process.   Please be complete when you

fill out an application.

Hays Academy of Hair Design - Salina Campus Spring Junior/Senior Day!!!

Mark you calendars for our Spring Jr/Sr Day at Hays Academy in Salina.

We will start at 9:30 am and conclude around noon. This is an awesome

opportunity to check out the school and learn all about our programs.

Please RSVP by calling or texting 785-833-2280 or by using this email krista.haysacademy@gmail.com .

We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday, March 15th!  Information attached on the next page.

Jan. 31st, 2017

Seniors,

    Mid Kansas Coop has their 2017 Scholarship application live on their website….  Please consider filling this one out too.  Deadline is set for March 15th, which is also over our spring break.  Please consider doing this one early.

Seniors, you should be able to go to the following link to complete your MKC App….

https://www.mkcoop.com/getattachment/News/Apply-now-for-the-2016-MKC-Scholarship-Program/2017-MKC-Scholarship-Application-(1).pdf

You will also need a 7 semester transcript to submit this one also.  I have seen students from all majors, all backgrounds, all accomplishments apply for this.  Do not be in the mindset that this for Ag students only.  

Seniors, this info is in regard to the KU Air Force ROTC Student Day….

KIWANIS Scholarship

.  

Jan. 30th, 2017

Early Deadlines this week…

Jan. 25, 2017

Weekly Notes

To RSVP for this event seniors go to http://webs.wichita.edu/?u=admissionsforms&p=/w_s_you/ 

Jan. 20, 2017

Deadlines

Jan. 31st  Raleigh Scholarship Deadline   (Ag or Business Majors)

(http://www.mcphersonfoundation.org/scholarship/)

Feb. 1st  National Honor Society Scholarship Deadline  (https://aim.applyists.net/NHS)

Feb. 1st  FFA Scholarship Deadline  (https://www.ffa.org/scholarships)  see Mr. Knapp

Feb. 1st   County Weed Directors Scholarship Deadline

 (http://www.cwdak.org/scholarship/scholarship1-15.pdf )

Feb. 15th Hutchinson Community College Scholarship Deadline see Mr. Pf

(complete the application on your DragonZone link)

Feb. 23rd  Wichita Engineer for a Day (See Mr. Pf for details)

March 6th   Local Scholarship Applications available (School Website)

March 10th  KSCPA deadline for students ACT score to be submitted (Bus & Acct. majors)

March 15th MKC Scholarship app due  (https://www.mkcoop.com/getattachment/News/Apply-now-for-the-2016-MKC-Scholarship-Program/2017-MKC-Scholarship-Application-(1).pdf)

March 15th  Westar  (https://www.westarenergy.com/scholarship-opportunities) 

March 17th  AFA Scholarship Deadline McPherson County (www.agfuture.org)

March 17th  KIWANIS Scholarship (see the USD 448 scholarship website)

March 30th Local Scholarship Applications due  (http://ksc.ks.gov/scholarship )

April 1  FAFSA filed for the Kansas Comprehensive Grant (private schools especially)

April 3   Kansas Financial Scholars Scholarship due  

April 14  KSCPA deadline for application   (Business & Accounting majors)

May 1  All Board of Regents Scholarship Applications (Kansas State Scholars, Ethnic

Minority, Teacher Scholarships, etc..

Jan. 19, 2017

HCC

        I have uploaded the application to the Scholarship page for you use.  Note the deadline is

coming real quick, Feb. 1st.  See me if you need help.

  1.  Elks Scholarship-  If any of your folks are members…..

Scholarship Value: $4,000

Awards Available: 250

Award Deadline: February 3, 2017

   

Go to the following website for details…..         http://www.elks.org/scholars/scholarships/legacy.cfm#WhoIsEligible

  1.  Sleeklens Scholarship

Scholarship Value: $2,000

Awards Available: 3

Award Deadline: March 30, 2017

   

https://sleeklens.com/the-sleeklens-academic-scholarship/

Three winners will each receive $2000 to will cover their academic expenses for the 2017 academic year. At Sleeklens, we believe individual effort and brilliance should be rewarded, and, because of our strong sense of community responsibility, we play a big role in giving back to the community.

  1.  Ayn Rand Scholarship

Have you read one of Ayn Rand’s thought-provoking novels? Now’s the time! Enter an Ayn Rand Institute essay contest for your chance to win thousands of dollars in cash prizes.

ARI has held worldwide essay contests for students on Ayn Rand’s fiction for thirty years. This year we will award over 500 prizes totaling more than $90,000.

Questions?  Write to us at essay@aynrand.org

essay@aynrand.org.

Questions? Write to us at

s? Write to us

Jan. 12, 2017

Reminders

Jan. 16th  Bethany College Visit Day  ( https://www.bethanylb.edu/future/visit/ )

Jan. 16th  Sterling College Visit Day

( https://www.sterling.edu/admissions/visit-event-registration)

Jan. 31st  Raleigh Scholarship Deadline   (Ag or Business Majors)

(http://www.mcphersonfoundation.org/scholarship/)

Feb. 1st  National Honor Society Scholarship Deadline  (https://aim.applyists.net/NHS)

Feb. 1st  FFA Scholarship Deadline  (https://www.ffa.org/scholarships)  see Mr. Knapp

Feb. 1st   County Weed Directors Scholarship Deadline

 (http://www.cwdak.org/scholarship/scholarship1-15.pdf )

Feb. 15th Hutchinson Community College Scholarship Deadline see Mr. Pf

(complete the application on your DragonZone link)

Feb. 23rd  Wichita Engineer for a Day (See Mr. Pf for details)

March 6th   Local Scholarship Applications available (School Website)

March 10th  KSCPA deadline for students ACT score to be submitted (Bus & Acct. majors)

March 15th  Westar  (https://www.westarenergy.com/scholarship-opportunities) 

March 17th  AFA Scholarship Deadline McPherson County (www.agfuture.org)

March 30th  Local Scholarship Applications due  (http://ksc.ks.gov/scholarship )

April 1  FAFSA filed for the Kansas Comprehensive Grant (private schools especially)

April 3   Kansas Financial Scholars Scholarship due  

April 14  KSCPA deadline for application   (Business & Accounting majors)

May 1  All Board of Regents Scholarship Applications (Kansas State Scholars, Ethnic

Minority, etc..

KSCPA Scholarships

Jan. 9, 2017

ESSAY Contest

We look forward to hearing from you and reading your students’ entries.

 

The Kansas Financial Scholars Team

Shannon Stone

Caley Love

Dana Branam

Engineer for a Day

        https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSexuRkxIera0nkMmgpsCXswpZ9olegTq7x8F-pL82gVlQ16CA/viewform

Jan. 6, 2017

Updates

        *Laptop exposure  is very important, get familiar with Microsoft Word, Office 365,

Excel, know how to use them before you get to college or you will be behind.

*Take notes with pencil & paper.  For most students this is the preferred method.

*Any classes you can take in high school where you have to read and test over the

 reading, not the lecture in classes or the reviewed material, is important for students

wanting to go on to college.  You must read when they tell you to read and you have to

realize that profs will test over what you were to have read.

*Human Relations did not transfer for Aviation & Mechanical Engineering.  It will

 transfer as an elective, just not these 2 majors.  (I emailed our KSU Rep after the meeting

 and he said it does transfer, but they may not use it in their degree area, it would be an

 elective.  Emphasis on why your junior year at enrollment if you are looking at taking

 college  classes you have to look at your majors before deciding.  Wouldn’t have

 mattered if you decided on your major after the 1st semester of your senior year and

 already took Human Relations).  Alumni thought a good class to have would be

 Microcomputers Applications if you didn’t need the Human Relations.

*Somehow force us as high school students to study, learn how to study, learn what it

means to have to put in time studying as college is very different.

*Pinpoint quizzes are important for students to be prepared for, realize that tests are

 worth much more, homework less.  Get students to  realize that most college classes are

lecture, maybe 4-5 tests, homework that you are expected to do but not given grades for,

a handful of written papers, very few projects (only in orientation classes), etc..

Jan. 2, 2017

2nd Semester

Important Dates:

Jan. 5th  GE Reagan Scholarship Deadline   (www.scholarsapply.org/ge-reagan/ )

Jan. 16th  Bethany College Visit Day  ( https://www.bethanylb.edu/future/visit/ )

Jan. 16th  Sterling College Visit Day

( https://www.sterling.edu/admissions/visit-event-registration)

Jan. 31st  Raleigh Scholarship Deadline   (Ag or Business Majors)

(http://www.mcphersonfoundation.org/scholarship/)

Feb. 1st  National Honor Society Scholarship Deadline  (https://aim.applyists.net/NHS)

Feb. 1st  FFA Scholarship Deadline  (https://www.ffa.org/scholarships)

Feb. 15th Hutchinson Community College Scholarship Deadline

(complete the application on your DragonZone link)

Feb. 23rd  Wichita Engineer for a Day (See Mr. Pf for details)

March 6th   Local Scholarship Applications available (School Website)

March 15th  Westar  (https://www.westarenergy.com/scholarship-opportunities) 

March 17th  AFA Scholarship Deadline McPherson County (www.agfuture.org)

March 30th Local Scholarship Applications due

April 1  FAFSA filed for the Kansas Comprehensive Grant (private schools especially)

May 1  All Board of Regents Scholarship Applications (Kansas State Scholars, Ethnic

Minority, etc..

Remember to check your schools priority dates for FAFSA, Scholarship Apps, Housing Applications, etc...

Dec. 21, 2016

Start of the 2nd semester classes

Dec. 20th, 2016

Update on College Algebra

Dec. 19th, 2016

Finals Week

Dec. 15, 2016

Seniors, at this event, staff will cover all of the important aspects of Sterling College in about 5 hours. If you would like to attend please respond via email or please have them register here: https://www.sterling.edu/admissions/visit-event-registration

Dec. 14, 2016

Seniors, I know some of you are looking at Sterling College & several of you are looking at education.  This is a chance to hear from some of the best teachers in the state about the occupation you are considering.  Please take a look at it and we would certainly get approval from Mr. Weinbrenner to let you attend.

Dec. 14, 2016

AFA Local Scholarship Information

Dec. 12, 2016

Nursing Scholarships

+ A track record of academic excellence, particularly in science and mathematics

+ A passion for the nursing profession and the overall field of healthcare

From:   Shawn Harrell <shawn@nursingschoolsalmanac.com

Dec. 9, 2016

2016–17 Program Timeline  November 1—Applications available   February 1—Deadline for student applications. The student portion of the application must be completed and submitted by 11:59 p.m. (CT). After February 1, the document will become "read-only" and students will no longer be able to make changes to the application form.

February 10—Deadline for adviser and principal recommendations and certification. One additional faculty recommendation is also required. All recommendations must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. (CT).

2016–17 Award Distribution

375 national semifinalists - $2,325 scholarship

24 national finalists - $4,500 scholarship

1 national winner - $20,125 scholarship

About the Program

Since 1946, more than $13 million in scholarships has been awarded to outstanding NHS senior members. The scholarship program is supported by the parent organization of NHS, the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP).

NASSP is committed to growing the NHS Scholarship program in response to the dire need to increase college access and student success, providing additional resources to help students and families face the rising costs of higher education.

Additional Scholarship Opportunities

All NHS members also have access to NHS Scholar Dollars, a scholarship search tool powered by College Board. This tool expedites the scholarship search process, offering filtered results based on the four pillars of NHS: scholarship, service, leadership, and character. Use the tool at www.nhs.us/scholardollars.

Students:

Troubleshooting: Applicants also have the option to print a hard copy of the recommendation request and provide it to recommenders if there are any issues receiving the email from ISTS.  

For assistance: If you experience any problems with the online process, please refer to the FAQs section of your application, or contact ISTS at 855-670-4787 or ContactUs@applyISTS.com.  ALL technical issues must be forwarded to ISTS.

Dec. 6, 2016

Dec. 5, 2016

Southwestern College

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to compete for either the Pillars Academic

Scholarship or the Moundbuilder Spirit Scholarship.  Inman students can apply online

at the following link if they prefer: www.beabuilder.com/scholarships

 

        

Rodney M. Worsham

        Director of Admission Operations

        Southwestern College, Winfield, KS

        Rodney.worsham@sckans.edu

Dec.2, 2016

Dec. 1, 2016

Bethany College announces tuition-free education for students in 2 counties

 

LINDSBORG, Kan (KAKE) -

Bethany College will offer tuition-free scholarships to all students graduating from a McPherson County or Saline County high school for the next five years beginning in the fall of 2017.

Bethany College President William Jones made at an assembly at Smoky Valley High School in Lindsborg Thursday morning. Students in the eighth through 12th grades were given certificates entitling them to a Bethany Good Life Scholarship valued at more than $110,000.

"Bethany wants to make a strong investment in our community," Jones said. "These scholarships will give young people in our home counties an opportunity to attend college close to home and hopefully keep them in our area after they graduate. Bethany is interested in doing all it can to enhance our community. A strong local community makes for a strong Bethany College and a strong Bethany College makes for a strong local community."

Glen Suppes, superintendent of USD 400, commended Bethany College for what he called a "wonderful gift" to local students.

"We are extremely excited about the announcement of this scholarship for our students," he said. "This presents hundreds of our local students an opportunity to take advantage of participating in an outstanding local college education.

The Bethany Good Life Scholarship is made possible through the generous donations of many of the college's local donors.

The four-year, tuition-free scholarship is available to first-time college freshmen graduating from any McPherson or Saline County high school upon acceptance into Bethany College. Recipients of the scholarship are required to live on-campus.

President Jones also announced the availability of Bethany's Merit Scholarships. These scholarships offer $7,500 to $16,000 to other Kansas resident that meets the academic guidelines based on grade point average and standardized test scores.

The college plans several informational sessions to share more details about the Bethany Good Life Scholarship with students and parents. Students can also participate in the upcoming Visit Day on January 16, 2017 to learn more about the scholarship.

Details about all of Bethany's scholarships can be found here.

Checklist for enrollment in Hutchinson Community College courses

Spring 2017 at Inman High School

Follow the steps below to start earning college credit while you are still in High School!

Application: If you haven’t already, complete the online application for admission as soon as possible, found at: http://www.hutchcc.edu/apply. You will need your social security number for the application process. If you have taken classes with HCC before, you do not need to complete the application again.

Course Options: Please see Mr. Pfannenstiel for a list of courses offered at Inman High School and let him know what courses you would like to enroll in. If you are interested in taking additional HCC courses (online, in Hutchinson or at the McPherson Center), please access the full schedule of HCC courses at www.hutchcc.edu.

Assessments: Students must have qualifying assessment scores in order to be eligible for college courses with HCC. Please see Mr. Pfannenstiel to make sure you have adequate assessment scores or for further information about how to qualify for courses. CNA is the only SB155 course that requires a placement score.

Enrollment: HCC staff will enroll you as soon as assessment scores are verified. High School students cannot enroll themselves online. Please make sure Mr. Pfannenstiel is aware of the course(s) you would like to be enrolled in.

Confirming your intent: Upon enrollment, please confirm your intent through DragonZone by completing the following process:

Go to www.hutchcc.edu and click on DragonZone, found under Connect with HCC.

Your Username and Password will be e-mailed to the e-mail address you submitted on your HCC application within 15 minutes. If you did not enter an e-mail address on your HCC application, you will need to call Tech Support at 620-665-3524 for assistance.

Should you forget your username or password you will need to request your credentials by clicking the button that says “Account Help”. Follow the prompts and enter your HCC ID or SSN# and Date of Birth and then click ‘Forgot Password.’ Your Username and a temporary password will be e-mailed to the e-mail address you submitted on your HCC application.

Once you have your Username and Password, log into DragonZone.

Complete any profile and informational screens that pop-up. Read the screens carefully and follow on screen instructions. Confirming your intent locks in your course schedule and obligates you financially for your courses.

Keep your Username and Password in a safe place, you will need this information to access your grades, check your HCC e-mail, print statements, etc.

You must confirm your intent to receive college credit for your transcript.

Tuition Payment: After confirming intent, billing statements can be viewed in your DragonZone account and a paper bill for your HCC course(s) will be mailed directly to your home to your attention. Payment can be made online, at the McPherson Center, or the Business Office in Hutchinson. A FACTS payment plan can be set up online through your DragonZone account under “My Account”. A delay in payment could result in late fees being assessed to your account. Courses covered under SB155 are tuition free. Please make sure payment arrangements are in place by February 15, 2017.

Books: Textbook information and estimated prices can be accessed through your DragonZone account. You can purchase your textbook(s) by coming to the Campus Store in McPherson or Hutchinson (Parker Student Union), or ordering your textbook(s) over the phone by calling the Campus Store at 620-665-3517 and requesting they be shipped to your home for an additional fee. Please make sure you have your textbook(s) for your HCC course(s) by the start date of the course.

Drop/Refund/Withdraw: Information regarding deadlines for drop/refund/withdraw can be found on your schedule in your DragonZone account. Course schedule changes must be done with both your high school Counselor and HCC.

Questions: Please contact Ann Marie Burk BurkA@hutchcc.edu or call the McPherson Center at (620) 245-0202

High School Tuition Prices/Fees

$84 per credit hour, in state

$74 per credit hour for Reno County residents

Courses covered under SB155 are tuition free once intent is confirmed

High school blended course fee per class - $25.00

Online & Hybrid fee per credit hour - $17.00

Dragon Zone Guardian Account Request

Do you want your parents or guardians to have access to your account information? If so, use the following steps to grant Guardian Account with Dragon Zone.

1) Go to: www.hutchcc.edu

2) Click on the link for Dragon Zone

3) Click on the “Guardian Account Request”

4) Follow directions on screen to give them access to grades, statements, etc.

Helpful Terms to Know

Application: Completing application for admission via the HCC public website, no application fee.

Enrollment: Adding a student’s name to the HCC course roster in the HCC system after completion of the application and assessments. HCC staff will enroll all high school students.

Drop: Student initiated removal from course roster during add/drop/refund period. A refund will be given if course is dropped.

Withdraw: Student initiated removal from course after drop date but before withdraw date. A “W” will appear on transcript and no refund will be given.

Confirmation of Intent: Student’s acceptance of their HCC schedule and the financial obligation for their HCC class(es).

STEP AHEAD PROGRAM

Take some classes from HCC while you’re attending a Kansas high School. After you graduate, enroll and attend full-time at HCC for your freshman year and we will reimburse you the cost you have spent on tuition. It’s as easy as that!

College credit must be a letter grade and students must have earned a grade of C or higher or a P in a pass/fail class.

Day or evening, on-campus, off-campus, ITV or internet classes taken during the fall, spring or summer semesters prior to high school graduation are eligible for reimbursement.

The tuition reimbursement is granted to students who enroll and attend full-time in the Fall or Spring semesters following high school graduation.

HCC must be the only institution attended after high school graduation.

Graduated High School Seniors, attending only HCC Summer classes, are not eligible for the program.

Be a Kansas Resident.

Reimbursement will cover only the tuition paid for by the student.

Nov. 30, 2016

Nov. 29, 2016

Pittsburg State Honors College

pitt state

The Pittsburg State University Honors College is now accepting applications for the fall 2017 semester.  Participation in the Honors College is limited to a select group of 30 academic scholars who receive Presidential, University, or Crimson and Gold Scholarships.

Criteria for application and potential selection for entering freshman include the following:

Twelve Presidential Scholars receive an academic scholarship of $9,500 per year for four consecutive years with a one-time $2,000 study abroad stipend for a total four-year package of $40,000.  Twelve University Scholars receive an academic scholarship of $4,500 per year for four consecutive years with a one-time $2,000 study abroad stipend for a total four-year package of $20,000.  Six Crimson and Gold Scholars receive an academic scholarship of $1,000 for four consecutive years with a one-time $2,000 study abroad stipend for a total four-year package of $6,000.

The Honors College encourages academic success through a variety of honors sections of general education courses that foster a sense of community and purpose among students with academic records.  During the junior-senior level, Honors College scholars are required to complete departmental honors.  As an Honors College member, they will also receive the opportunity to enroll early for courses.

The deadline for submitting an application for the Pittsburg State University Honors College is January 15, 2017. High school seniors who meet the qualifications of 28 on the ACT and a 3.5 GPA, and are interested in our program, I recommend you begin making application to our Honors College.  You may download an online application for the Honors College at www.pittstate.edu/academics/honors/.

Should your student have questions about the Honors College at PSU, please do not hesitate to contact me by phone at (620) 235-4176, or by email at cfuchs@pittstate.edu. You may arrange a campus visit by calling the Office of Admission, (620) 235-4251.  Make sure to mention you are interested in Honors College and the Office of Admission will schedule a campus tour and departmental visits as well as a visit with me.

Nov. 26, 2016

End of November Notes

http://www.kansascity.com/living/family/article116563508.html

 

Read the rest of the article about Riley at https://news.ku.edu/ku-aerospace-students-claim-top-spot-international-competition 

Nov. 17, 2016

2nd Semester Classes

Reagan Foundation Scholarship Opportunities

Nov. 10, 2016

Career Expo at ESSDACK

Seniors we will be attending the ESSDACK Expo next Tuesday in the morning.  There will be colleges, vocational schools, military recruiters and local Businesses with booths set up and representatives present to speak to you and answer questions.  Even if you think you have everything squared away for next year and your plans are made ----please take the time to look at the information provided at this Fair, visit with some of the recruiters and just get involved with the day and have some fun with it.   Go into it with an open mind and maybe you will see something or visit with someone that might make a difference in what you are planning.  The flier below from ESSDACK has some great questions and thoughts on it that match pretty much what we ask you to do when you go on your recruiting visits or when you visit with the recruiters that come out to our campus.  Please check it out.  Mr. Cearley will share a few more details on Monday with you in 3rd & 4th hour Government.  

Nov. 9, 2016

HCC Classes

Nov. 7, 2016

Buffer Week….

        

You do not need to do anything with these yet!  The local scholarships will not come out until the end of the 3rd 9 weeks.

Nov. 4, 2016

Kansas State Message….

Greetings from Manhattan!

 

It is hard to believe that we have turned the calendars from October to November! I am excited to see what the rest of the semester has in store! I have included some additional information below on some exciting opportunities for students considering K-State!

 

Priority Scholarship Deadline Extension

If you know a future Wildcat who is applying for Fall 2017 admission and scholarships, we have some exciting news that we'd like you to share! The priority scholarship application deadline for incoming freshmen has been extended to December 15, 2016. This extension is due to many reasons, including feedback from students and families, more college fairs being held later in the year than previous years and increased conversations about scholarships and the changes to the FAFSA process this year.  Students are encouraged to review scholarship criteria and apply by the December 15 priority deadline for full consideration.

 

Housing Contracts

Students can access both the application and the contract at http://www.housing.k-state.edu. There is no deadline for contract completion, but assignments are based on the date the contract was received so students are encouraged to submit as soon as possible. The $400 initial payment is refundable until June 1, 2017.

 

Please let me know if there’s anything I can do to help!

 

Go Cats!

Cody Kennedy

K-State Admissions Representative

Viega Opportunity

Oct. 31, 2016

2nd 9 weeks updates…

Oct. 27th, 2016

End of the 9 weeks updates….

Greetings from Manhattan!

 

I wanted to send an update on scholarships and housing at K-State—a big date just around the corner!

 

Residence Hall Contracts

For your students that are interested in living on campus in a residence hall next year, the contract will be available starting November 1. We are excited to encourage students and families to learn more about room selection and our “Explore Your Options” worksheet at http://www.housing.k-state.edu/living-options/. Students will have the ability to select their actual residence hall room this spring! Students can access both the application and the contract at http://www.housing.k-state.edu. There is no deadline for contract completion, but assignments are based on the date the contract was received so students are encouraged to submit as soon as possible. The $400 initial payment is refundable until June 1.

 

Priority Scholarship Deadline

Students are encouraged to complete the combined application for admissions and scholarships by November 1. By doing so, they will automatically be considered for any of our general university scholarships. Acceptance notification will be right around two weeks, and scholarship notifications are expected to go out in mid-December. Students do not need to send us an official transcript until the end of the school year if they elect to fully self-report their academic information (including Senior year class schedule.) The application can be completed at http://www.k-state.edu/apply.

 

As always, please let me know how I can help!

 

Go Cats!

Cody Kennedy

K-State Admissions Representative

Oct. 19, 2016

HCC Senior Day Friday, Oct. 28th

Oct. 14, 2016

HCC 2nd semester Courses & Updates

        1st Hour:  Fundamentals of Sociology

        1st Hour:  College Algebra

        2nd Hour:  General Psychology

        4th Hour:  Comp II

Oct. 10th, 2016

HCC Scholarship Banquets

Seniors, as I have started to visit with each of you individually about your college & vocational choices several of you have asked about the HCC Scholarship Dinners Lynette Hilty was telling you about the day she was out to recruit.  She sent me the following list today.  You should be getting a letter in the mail to attend one of these so please watch for it and rsvp.  The offer you get at this banquet is a starting offer and can go up once we send in the scholarship application and update ACT scores.  

McPherson County - Monday, Nov. 7 @ 6:30  (Best Western Holiday Manor Convention Center, McPherson)

Harvey County - Tuesday, Nov. 8 @ 6:30 (Meridian Center, Newton)

Reno County - Wednesday, Nov. 9 @ 6:30 (Sports Arena, Hutchinson)

NO Public Speaking this week 1st hour

A reminder that Mr. Edwards will be gone all week for those of you in Public Speaking.  Your first hour of the day is with Human Relations & Mrs. Cook.  Please speak with her on Monday in case she wants to start early this week with her class.

Oct. 5, 2016

Interested in becoming an Electrician?

Seniors, if any of you are interested in a career pathway as an Electrician please take a look at the following information and website.  I had a visit today from Ryan DeBerry, the recruiter for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers out of Hutchinson.  We currently have alumni Brandon Cottam going through the program which allows young people the chance to work full time and take classes one night a week or up to 5 total nights in a month to get their journeyman’s license and certification.  The IBEW is a Labor Union and will have some specific rules apprentices need to abide by but what a great opportunity to get your Journeyman’s license with on the job training and not be in debt!  The website www.ibew661.com really doesn’t give a lot of the details about the class but Ryan said he would contact any of you who are interested and visit with you or come back out to meet with you individually.  Let me know if you have an interest.

Oct. 4, 2016

WSU Scholarships, Jr. & Sr. Days

Greetings from Wichita State!  I want to make you aware of a few upcoming dates that I hope you can pass on to your seniors and juniors.

 

The first deadline for our scholarship competitions is that seniors are admitted by October 15. If you have any students that meet one of the following three criteria, please encourage them to apply soon so they can compete in any of our competitions:

        Meet one of three:

o   27 or higher ACT (1210 old SAT, 1280 new SAT); OR

o   3.5 or higher non-weighted GPA; OR

o   Top 10% of their class

     Be admitted by October 15, 2016

   Submit scholarship materials by November 1, 2016

 

Eligible students can submit their scholarship materials at  wichita.edu/ScholarshipCompetitions  by November 1. Visit wichita.edu/DSI to read more about the competition and to see a complete listing of our scholarship competitions. Please note that different competitions may have different requirements.  

 

This month we have two Senior Days on Oct. 12 and Oct. 14 as well as a Junior Day on Oct. 28. Students can register for these programs here. As always, we offer personalized campus visits for students – click here for the registration for an individual campus visit.

 

 

In Shocker Spirit,

 

Dillon Cott

Admissions Representative

Wichita State University

(316) 978-5406

dillon.cott@wichita.edu

HCC Fire Science Day

Seniors if you are interested in attending please sign up at www.HutchCC.edu/fieldday 

Oct. 3, 2016

October Notes

Sept. 28, 2016

Reminders on Senior Year

        SEPTEMBER:        

Register for ACT

Research Careers/Majors for School/Check for

employment opportunities.

Look at Post-Secondary Catalogs on-line.

Check the Counselor’s website for weekly updates.

Prepare a working copy of my resume.

Meet with recruiters on our campus for

 educational/military plans.

College/Voc. Ed visits to various schools.

Apply for admission to schools I’m interested in.

Set up your search on FASTWEB.com for scholarships & apply.

OCTOBER:             

Prepare and take the ACT Test.

Take the ASVAB test if interested in a military career.

Apply for admission to schools that I am interested in.

Realize the D-I schools deadline for early scholarships is Nov. 1.

College/Voc. Ed visits to various schools.

Research Careers/Majors/Job Opportunities.

Attend Recruiting presentations at IHS.

Continue to check Counselor’s website.

Fill out the FAFSA on the web. (Live on Oct. 1)

Continue use of FASTWEB’s scholarship search & apply.

Sept 23, 2016

        FHSU Homecoming                        Oct. 1

        Majors & Graduate Fair                Oc. 18

        Leadership Studies Shadow Day        Oct. 26

        Leadership Studies Shadow Day        Nov. 1

        Leadership Studies Shadow Day        Nov. 3

        Fall Tiger Days Open House                Nov. 12

        Science Day                                Nov. 14

        Scholarship Priority Deadline        Nov. 15

        Scholarship Final Deadline                Feb. 15

RSVP at www.fhsu.edu/leadership 

Sept. 22, 2016

WSU Reminder on Scholarships

Senior Day at Barton County CC

        Arts:  Graphic Arts Technology, Hospitality & Culinary Arts

        Health:  Dental Assistant/Hygiene, Health Occupations Technology, Practical Nursing,

EMS Dispatch, Medical Technician.

Information Technology:  Business Administrative Technology, Computer Program

Design, Multimedia Design & Network Technology

Technology:  Automotive, Industrial Engineering Technology, Machine Tool

Engineering, Power Plant Technology & Welding Technology.

Find out more at fhtc.edu

FAFSA updates

 

 

 

 

 

 

                Friends                        WSU                        Butler CC

        COA        $33,000                        $16,000                $10,000

        EFC        $12,000                        $12,000                $12,000

                ----------                        -----------                -----------

                +$21,000                        +$4,000                -$2,000

As John and the folks look at this, they would interpret that if he were to attend Friends or WSU, he would be eligible for Financial Aid since the cost in both cases is above the EFC.  If he were to go to Butler the cost is less than the EFC so most likely any Financial Aid he received would be in the form of loans, work study, etc... not grants, etc...

 

The steps in the process of applying for Financial Aid and filling out the FAFSA can be summarized as follows:

 

-Get an FSA ID on the www.FAFSA.gov website now for both student & one parent.

- Have your Tax documents available to transfer information from the forms to the FAFSA  (Every

 question lists for you what line to transfer the information from off of the Income Tax Return form) or

 the family can use the IRS Retrieval tool on the FAFSA.

- List the schools/institutions you want to receive the information from the FAFSA & submit your data.

-Check to make sure your information uploaded accurately in the report called a SAR (Student

Aid Report).  Scanning it for accuracy.

-Wait for the award letters and financial aid packages from the schools/institutions you have

applied at.  Realize that these award letters will not be sent out until you have filled out

applications for admission & the scholarship application for the specific schools.  Usually

this occurs in the spring of the year so I’m not sure how this will play out with moving

the FAFSA application up to October.

-Have your comparisons of schools, costs in hand to make your final decision.

  Sept. 21st, 2016

"Hit The Books" Scholarship                Provided by: Coffee Serv Inc.

AWARD        Up to $500                DEADLINE        September 30, 2016

The "Hit The Books" Scholarship is available to students between the ages of 18 and 25. To be considered, you must submit a maximum 500 - word essay on the importance of education in your life and how the scholarship money will assist you in achieving your goals. Bonus points will be awarded to students who find a creative way to include their passion for coffee within their essay without losing sight of the primary topic.

APPLY ON THEIR SITE

Hans P. Loewen Scholarship                Provided by: American Nuclear Society

AWARDS        $2,000        DEADLINE        February 01, 2017

The Hans P. Loewen Scholarship is available to graduating high-school seniors, college freshmen or sophomores pursuing a degree in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM). You must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and submit an essay describing youth leadership qualities and in particular how you helped others meet their goals to be eligible for this award.

APPLY ON THEIR SITE

Shear Comfort Scholarship                Provided by: Shear Comfort Ltd.

AWARDS        $1,500        DEADLINE        October 15, 2016

The Shear Comfort Scholarship is available to students attending an accredited college or university. You must be studying engineering, automotive technology, or a similar program related to the automotive industry to qualify for this award. A 300-600 word essay is required that answers the following question: "In your opinion, what will be the largest technological development in the automotive industry within the next 5-10 years and how do you plan to be a part of it? "

APPLY ON THEIR SITE

Atlas Shrugged Essay Contest                Provided by: Ayn Rand Institute

AWARDS        Up to $20,000                DEADLINE        April 28, 2017

The Atlas Shrugged Essay Contest is open to high school seniors, college undergraduates and graduate students. You must submit an essay of between 800 and 1600 words on a topic related to Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged. The three topic choices are listed on the sponsor's website and essays will be judged on style and content.

APPLY ON THEIR SITE

Tenshon Scholarship                Provided by: Tenshon, LLC

AWARDS        $1,500        DEADLINE        December 15, 2016

The Tenshon Scholarship is available to students who are interested in the fields of architecture, design, and / or engineering. To be considered, you must design a unique shade sail structure using Tenshon's standard sized shade sails.

APPLY ON THEIR SITE

U.S. Bank Financial Genius Scholarship Sweepstakes

Provided by: U.S. Bankcorp

AWARDS                Up to $20,000        DEADLINE        September 30, 2016

The U.S. Bank Financial Genius Scholarship Sweepstakes is available to high school seniors and college undergraduate students. You must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident to be eligible for this award. Winners will be selected at random.

APPLY ON THEIR SITE

College Completer Scholarship                Provided by: DeVry University

AWARDS        Up to $18,000                DEADLINE        October 24, 2016

You worked hard to get this far, get the credit you deserve. DeVry will help you maximize your qualifying transfer credits so your hard work can be worth it. At DeVry, we want to help you build on what you’ve done and reach for what you want. Our student support team is here to make it easier to transfer your qualifying credits, and with our College Completer Scholarship, you could receive up to $18,000* to help you earn your bachelor's or associate degree. To be eligible for this merit-based scholarship, you need: 10 qualifying credit hours from another institution and a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher. Find out how we can help you complete your Bachelor’s degree at devry.edu/scholarship.

APPLY ON THEIR SITE

DeVry University Scholarship and Grant for Bachelor’s Degrees

Provided by: DeVry University

AWARDS        Up to $25,000                DEADLINE        October 24, 2016

Earning a college degree takes a lot of determination and effort. At DeVry University, we’re committed to recognizing your achievements and rewarding your hard work – from day one to graduation day. Introducing the DeVry University Scholarship and Grant, created on the belief that every DeVry student deserves help getting started and motivation to keep going strong. With this tiered award program, as your DeVry GPA grows, so does your scholarship. All new degree-seeking undergraduate students with a GPA of 2.0 or above are eligible. The higher the cumulative grade point average (CGPA), the larger the award amount may be. Per semester, a student with full time enrollment could earn $1,000 with a 2.0 GPA and up to $2,500 with a 3.25 GPA or higher. Not every university does this, but we aren’t every university. Be recognized for your performance and rewarded for your persistence with the DeVry University Scholarship and Grant.

APPLY ON THEIR SITE

Keynote Scholarship                Provided by: National Space Club

AWARD        $10,000        DEADLINE        December 02, 2016

The Keynote Scholarship is available to high school senior, undergraduate, and graduate students with definite plans to pursue a career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics. You must be a U.S. citizen to be eligible for this award.

APPLY ON THEIR SITE

Dr Pepper Tuition Giveaway        Provided by: Dr Pepper

AWARDS        $100,000        DEADLINE        October 17, 2016

Dr Pepper is awarding over $1,000,000 in tuition to help students reach their biggest goals. The Dr Pepper Tuition Giveaway has changed lives by awarding over $8 million dollars in tuition since 2008. With the challenges of rising tuition costs and studying full-time, Dr Pepper takes pride in helping students achieve their goals. If you’re a student between the ages of 18-24, you can enter for the chance to win up to $100,000 in tuition. Tell Dr Pepper how you’ll change the world in 350 characters or less, then rally your friends to vote. Once you reach 50 votes, submit a video to inspire more fans. Dr Pepper will select finalists to compete during throw-offs at college football conference championship games for a chance to win up to $100,000 in tuition. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Internet, Email & Facebook account required.

 Must be a U.S. legal resident. Go to sponsor’s site to enter/upload goal/rules/details. Subject to full Official Rules. Void where prohibited. Must be 18-24 by 12/2/16. Goals must be uploaded by and promotion ends 10/17/16. ANY FUNDS NOT USED BY DECEMBER 31, 2021 WILL BE FORFEITED AND RETURNED TO SPONSOR. DR PEPPER and DR PEPPER TEN are registered trademarks of Dr Pepper/Seven Up, Inc. ©2016 Dr Pepper/Seven Up, Inc.

APPLY ON THEIR SITE

College Planning Fair Reminder

Sept. 15, 2016

Sept. 12, 2016

HCC Fire Science Day

HCC Blue Dragon Senior Day

College Planning Fair

        From 9:15 to 10:55 am at the Salthawk Activity Center, Hutchinson High School.

Mr. Weinbrenner & I would like to take all of you over to this event.  This will be the

biggest collection of colleges, vocational schools & military together in one building in

our area this Fall. The initial plan is to leave at the end of 1st hour, college students you

would have Public Speaking this day but not Human Relations.  I have already approved

this through Mrs. Cook for your 2nd hour college class.  

  1. • Students access the www.gotocollegefairs.com website
  2. • Click on the “Student Register Now” button
  3. • Select the state (KS), choose the fairs they will attend. (2016 KACRAO Fall Fair Listing)
  4. • Complete the registration form once
  5. • Submit the form. The barcode is displayed
  6. • Print – they are done!

This gives the students more time to chat with college recruiters about their areas of

interest, goals and much more.

Sept. 9, 2016

September Updates

Sept. 7, 2016

Kansas State Engineering Scholars Day

Sept. 6, 2016

                To compete in WISE, high school students must:

                                -minimum GPA of 3.5

                                -minimum 27 ACT composite

                                -have a top 10% class ranking

        Additional information and the WISE application can be found at www.wichita.edu/WISE 

:

                Architectural Engineering                Computer Science

                Biological Systems Engineering                Construction Science

                Chemical Engineering                        Electrical Engineering

                Civil Engineering                        Industrial Engineering

                Computer Engineering                        Mechanical Engineering

        

        Putnam Scholarship

Foundation Plus Scholarship
Foundation Scholarship
First In Class Guarantee
Fairchild Award

 

o   Schedules – review your placement on the curriculums –(16 are scheduled to be Scholars completers) another 6-7 are QA completers and then review the Grad. Requirements, etc.. I think we have everybody on track. Double check your Art credit requirement.

 

o   Recruiting --Know your GPA’s/ACT’s /class rank for recruiting, filling out information, etc.. Check your transcript to make sure you know this information.  Recruiters want to know this as well as what you will major in.  Have you updated your transcripts?

 

If you don’t know what you want to major in there are several routes you can go–

1) check out the Sr. Website from Aug. 22nd for several connections to lists of majors

2) stop by and visit with me and I will take you through some lists of majors and help

                you eliminate at least a few

3) wait until I send you the 4 years of KCP results and at some point in the first 9

                weeks  we will have Career Cruising up and running for another source for

                you.  That’s the new Career program the State has asked schools to adopt.

 

Whether it’s college, vo-tech or the military, they all ask similar questions in recruiting.

 

o   Colleges & Voc. Eds are calling setting up campus visit dates.  I will have sign-up sheets for you as we get more information.  Tie in with this your college visits --- you have 2 as a senior but probably can have more if you talk with Mr. Weinbrenner and you get organized. Start checking the calendars for the schools you are looking at to see if you want to go to their Sr. days or if you want to go on your own.  Permission paperwork is the same through the office with a parent phone call.

 

o   ACT’s – Should I take it & why?  Take it again if I already have?  Each situation is different so please come ask & talk to your folks.  Do what’s best for you and what you are trying to accomplish.  If you don’t need to take it don’t spend the $42.50 and the 4 hours.  If you need a higher score for admittance to a school/program or class, by all means take it.  If you are trying to earn more scholarship money, sure, take it but know your cut scores and what you need.  Take it for the right reasons is what I tell students.  We know you test enough and to ask you to test just for the sake of having a score is not something we believe in.  You should not have to test after Oct. or Dec unless you are being asked to by a school or for a specific class/program.  Where can I get help?  Odysseyware, old tests, WSU, KSU, March2Success, etc...

 

o   Go to ACT.org to register & use the practice test.  I have the retired ACT test from last year in paper form or on your Senior 2017 website in the August 4th information page.  The Army’s March2success ACT prep is also on the Sr. Website on the August 10th information page.  We are hearing good things about this ACT prep but we have not had many students use it.  Sept 10th is the first ACT test date but I think only a few of you are going with that one --- most of you will want the Oct. test date if you need to take it.  Let’s review how the ACT plays into scholarship money or admittance…

  >21 ACT gets you in any school in Kansas, in most cases with the exception of KU who has raised their score to a 24 with a 3.0 GPA or 21 with a 3.25 GPA.

  >22, >3.0 GPA gets some academic money at 2 year public schools in  Kansas, remember though, Jucos typically only pay Books/Tuition, no Room/Board

>24-25, >3.0 GPA  gets you in the running for academic scholarship money at 4 year Public

>22, >3.0 GPA gets you in the running for academic scholarship money at 4 year Private Schools.  Most Private Schools have a sliding scale and the rule of thumb –“the higher the ACT/GPA, the more financial scholarship money you are eligible for.

 

o   Meeting deadlines--- a special emphasis for seniors making sure you realize how important it is for anything you do with post high school.  I can tell you all types of stories of students missing deadlines and getting left out of thousands of dollars of scholarship money, not getting admitted, etc…  The “D-I’s” – November 1 deadlines while many of the other schools set their own deadlines so it is wise to get familiar with their website.  HCC is February 15th.  A lot of times you won’t know the deadlines unless you apply for admission or get on the schools website.  This is why you have to do things early in the year.  You can apply for admission as early as Sept. 1. Once you are in the system you will be notified of all finances available at the schools you are looking at.

 

o   Scholarships:  

Academic:  when you apply for admission – fill out the scholarships app & meet the deadlines.  Have your resume ready to go with references (make sure your references are aware you put their names down and out of courtesy tell them they might get a call or email).  These scholarships are all ACT/GPA/Service Project related.

 

From now until January – early scholarships are based on the Highest ACT, GPA, PSAT, etc..

From January on – scholarships are more Department based, performance based, offered based on needs of the school.

 

Activities:  Work through your sponsor/teacher:  Band-Schierling, Vocal-Menard, Art-

Brensing, Scholars Bowl-Parsons, FFA-Knapp etc.. they will be your contact person and

biggest help/advocate. I can help you but your sponsors & coaches are the key.

 

Athletics:  Work through your coaches/sponsors to set up tryouts, auditions, sending of                tapes, etc.. be it for any athletics, dance or cheer.

 

o   Any time after September 1 you should set up an account on the best scholarship search on the internet and for us it has been – FASTWEB.com   This one goes out and searches for you based on the information you put in the data base.  Any time a new scholarship is made public and your information matches the criteria, you will get an e-mail or a “hit” on your FASTWEB mailbox.  The typical scholarships on this site are company based, essays, contests, projects, etc.. but it covers us coast to coast, businesses & schools.

 

o   Local Scholarships from Alumni, Businesses, Private Donors, etc..  are made available in late March, early April of 2017.  I will have those to you as they are made available.  A common application is used for the majority of the 20+ local scholarships.

 

o   You should be checking with your folks to see if their place of employment offers a scholarship for you, if your church does, if your insurance company does, if you are members of the American Legion, VFW, etc… and what the deadline & details are.  Do this early in the year.

 

o   School:   Our goal is for each of you to have options as early as possible but definitely by Spring that you can set down with Dad/Mom and make the best choice for you and what you want to do.  We don’t ask you to get options to cause you stress but to make the best choice & to shop around.

 

o   Military:  You can meet with a recruiter any time, sign at any time, etc..  If you are not 18 we like the recruiters to come to your house.  Make sure you’re comfortable with the decision before you sign.

 

o   Work Force:  The goal has to be setting up Interviews in the spring if you are not going on to school or hopefully it’s a family business, etc...  Typically, with the economy the way it is and all the unemployment you will find the transition straight to work to be a challenge unless you have a “connection”.  As a school we seldom if ever recommend students go straight to the work force.  Some students will say, ”I need to work and save some money and then go to school”.  We know from our past alumni and statistics that students who do not continue with their education right after graduation typically do not go back to school.                 

o   Financial Aid-  I will meet with you in October or November & show you the information regarding the FAFSA form and how you fill it out and all the changes that the Feds make.  This year is unique in that you as a student and your parents do not need to wait until taxes are finished in January to apply for financial aid.  You will actually use the taxes from last year, 2015 for your first year of college.  As recruiters start meeting with you they will be reminding you to fill out the FAFSA starting in October if you want to and this will give you a head start on whether or not you will get any Financial aid.

 

o   Each of you will get an email from me with – KCP (Career Pipeline information in it) and then some “major” information for you to review based on what you shared with me. Don’t totally ignore the KCP results but it shouldn’t override your instinct and your goals.  If you don’t know what area you want to go into yet, keep looking and use the process of elimination.  You definitely know what you don’t want to do or major in so work that direction if need be when looking at vocational schools or colleges.

 

o   Be careful of scams & letters wanting you to come to meetings or spend money to get scholarship money.  Bring them to me and let me check them out if you are unsure.  Biggest scam every year is the letter that for $99 I can get you a $3500 scholarship.  Don’t fall victim to it.  $3500 is the Stafford loan every American student has available to them.

 

o   The biggest fear of parents and many students in this day & age – spending $50,000-$100,000 on an education and then coming out only to find no job openings in the field you are in and being so far in debt.   It happens.  Many examples----.  Choose wisely when you are looking at careers & schools.  Involve your folks as much as you can.

 

o   College classes—don’t be afraid to talk to the prof if you need to.  Remember to turn in your Consent form if you haven’t.  A reminder that this is the start of your college GPA and we do us Public Speaking & Comp for your high school grade so our hands are tied, no extra credit, make-up tests, etc..            

 

o   Picture boards --- if any of you would like to do this we would sure encourage you to do so.  We did this years ago as an extension of the resume & you’re welcome to participate but don’t have to.  We usually ask the MayFete Royalty to do the boards at the end of school & the Homecoming Royalty to do theirs the Homecoming weeks but don’t feel obligated.  What ever you have time for.

 

August 30, 2016

 Recruiting Dates

                

Wednesday, Sept. 7        HCC

                Friday, Sept. 9                Sterling College

                Tuesday, Sept. 13        Bethel College

                Thursday, Sept. 15        Wichita State

                Thursday, Sept. 22        Kansas State

                Friday, Sept. 23        Emporia State

                Tuesday, Sept. 27        NCKTC (Beloit/Hays)

                Wednesday, Sept. 28        McPherson College

                Tuesday, Oct. 11        Cloud County CC

                Tuesday, Oct. 18        Bethany College

                Wednesday, Oct. 19        Fort Hays State

                Wednesday, Oct. 26        Kansas Newman

                Tuesday, Nov. 1        Washburn

August 26, 2016

Attachments area

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August 25, 2016

August 24, 2016

KU Recruiting Information

                Scholarships.ku.edu

                Fastweb.com

                Finaid.org

        The Fastweb site is one we usually ask Mr. Cearley to have you do in class with him.

This one will provide information all year and even through your years of college.  You

can do this one anytime.

August  22, 2016

College, Vocational & Military Recruiters

College Classes start today

Wichita State

August 19, 2016

Pitt State

Wichita State

Greetings from Wichita State!

 

As your admissions representative I want to ensure you will receive any and all information that will best serve the students. I am happy to answer questions the students may have regarding our application process, scholarships, recruitment programs or any other questions that come to mind.

 

The requirements for our Distinguished Scholarship Invitational (DSI) and other competitive scholarships at Wichita State have shifted this year. For your seniors, the DSI requirements are as follows:

       Meet one of three:

o   27 or higher ACT (1210 old SAT, 1280 new SAT); OR

o   3.5 or higher non-weighted GPA; OR

o   Top 10% of their class

     Be admitted by October 15, 2016

     Submit scholarship materials by November 1, 2016

 

Eligible students can submit their scholarship materials at  wichita.edu/ScholarshipCompetitions. Visit wichita.edu/DSI to read more about the competition and to see a complete listing of our scholarship competitions. Please note that different competitions may have different requirements.

Dillon Cott, dillon.cott@wichita.edu

August 18, 2016

Reminders

KU Rock Chalk Roadshow 2016 August 23rd at the Cosmosphere!

What is Rock Chalk Roadshow?

The closest site:

HUTCHINSON

August 17, 2016

Updates

August 10, 2016

Updated ACT Prep Site

August 9, 2016

NAIA & NCAA Eligibility

A few of the questions I’ve been asked this past week….

August 4, 2016

Kansas State University

KSU will be out early in the school year to visit any Inman senior interested in being a Wildcat!  Your college recruiter is:

Admissions representatives

Jeremy Pelton

Cody Kennedy

Email: kstate1@k-state.edu Phone: 1-800-432-8270  Call today to schedule your campus visit and get a glimpse of the K-State experience. We hope to welcome you soon as the newest member of our Wildcat family!

Fast facts

Major: I have a bachelor's degree in mathematics.

Hometown: Phillipsburg, KS

College activities: Student Governing Association, Blue Key Senior Honorary, Acacia Fraternity, Wildcat Warm-Up, College of Education Ambassadors and Quest Freshman Honorary

My K-State experience

My high school graduating class had 55 students, so I wanted a university at which I would walk across campus and call people by name. After visiting a few other universities, I knew K-State was the place for me because everyone I interacted with genuinely cared. Today, whenever I do laundry, I sort it into three piles: colors, whites and purple. Purple is truly more than just a color; it's a way of life.

Wichita State University

Seniors, put us on your list this year and check us out at http://www.wichita.edu/thisis/admissions/index.asp?role=freshmen  We will be out to your school this Fall to visit.  Please come see us!

WSU Regular Campus Visit Schedule

Visits will consist of a presentation, campus tour and an appointment with an admissions representative. Academic and special interest appointments are subject to faculty / staff availability and require two weeks' notice. Visits are offered on the following days and times:

KU Rock Chalk Roadshow 2016 August 23rd at the Cosmosphere!

We are hitting the road! Join us as we travel across Kansas in the Rock Chalk Roadshow. We'll be visiting high schools and hosting events in cities throughout the state. Enjoy food and freebies as you meet with KU reps to learn about all things Jayhawk, from academics and activities to Rock Chalk traditions.

How to attend?   After you register online, you will receive an email confirmation. Register at https://admiss.drupal.ku.edu/rock-chalk-roadshow-registration

What is Rock Chalk Roadshow?

We invite you and your family to meet real Jayhawks at the 14th Annual Rock Chalk Roadshow and meet with KU representatives to discuss student housing, financial aid and scholarships, student life and more!  Select KU Schools will be in attendance to discuss academic programs and opportunities in experiential learning.  The Event program will feature Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences on why KU is a special place, and a favorite on the Roadshow, the KU Q & A Panel of current faculty and students, will discuss life as a Jayhawk on-campus and in Lawrence.  Bring your questions!  Win Jayhawk prizes!

The closest site:

HUTCHINSON

Tuesday, Aug. 23rd

​6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Kansas Cosmosphere and Space Center

1100 North Plum Street

Hutchinson, KS  67501

6:00 p.m. - Check-In and KU Information Fair

6:30 p.m. - Event Program

ACT Reminder

        for the newest practice test for 2016-17.  Also, we still have access to Odysseyware’s

ACT test prep program.   Please email Mrs. Baldwin if you are wanting the account set

up and activated.

August 3, 2016

Welcome Back!!

 

May 17, 2016

Seniors, I have attached a list of possible website sources for college information & scholarships for you to review. You don’t have to use this but it’s a good resource to have if you wish to apply for scholarships.  We usually get a little more serious with this list around September but if you want to look at some of these sites now you are more than welcome to. If you would fill out the information for FASTWEB on-line next Fall that would be a great start for each of you.    There are many other websites out there you can use also.  If you find any apps that you think are outstanding please let us know and we will share them.

 

Bureau of Indian Affairs        www.bia.gov                                        (Scholarships)

Fastweb                               www.fastweb.com                           (Free Scholarship Search)

College Answer                www.collegeanswer.com                       (Free Scholarship Search)

Broke Scholar                       www.brokescholar.com                     (Free Scholarship Search)

FindTuition.com                    www.findtuition.com/scholarships  (Free Scholarship Search)

Scholarship Hunter            www.scholarshiphunter.com            (Free Scholarship Search)

Scholarships 101                   www.scholarships101.com                (Free Scholarship Search)

SuperCollege                       www.supercollege.com                   (Free Scholarship Search)

Scholarship Experts            www.scholarshipexperts.com             (Informational)

Scholarship Help                www.scholarshiphelp.org                    (Informational)

Scholarship Scams            www.finaid.org/scholarships/scams.phtml    (Informational)

College Goal Sunday            www.collegegoal.org                    (Financial Aid Help)

Free Application for Federal        www.fafsa.gov                            (Student Aid (FAFSA)                                                                Financial Aid info)

Kansas Board of Regents        www.kansasregents.org                 (Look under students &

Financial Aid for

                                                 scholarship information-State Scholars)

PIN for the FAFSA                www.pin.ed.gov                (This is your signature for the FAFSA)

Selective Service                    www.sss.gov                               (All males 18 must register)

 


 Test Date: September 10

September is a great time for students to take the ACT®.

The ACT is the only college entrance exam with a September test date, offering the earliest testing opportunity for the school year. For seniors, this opens a window to retest in October, if necessary, and still receive scores in time for college admissions, financial aid, and scholarships.

Did you know . . .

The ACT is accepted by all US colleges and universities.

The ACT test score is based on the number of correct answers—no points deducted for guessing.

The ACT writing test is optional—not all colleges and universities require a writing test for admission.

It's the nation's #1 college entrance exam.

Students will receive personalized career information based on strengths and interests.

Forward this email to your students and remind them to register at www.actstudent.org for the September 10 test! Late registration fees will apply after Friday, August 5.

ACT Code Numbers

 

updated May 17, 2016

College Classes Next Fall

If you are taking college classes on our campus next Fall or are considering it please read the following:

Checklist for enrollment in Hutchinson Community College courses.  

 Follow the steps below to start earning college credit while you are still in High School!

Fall 2016 at Inman High School

Application: If you haven’t already, complete the online application for admission as soon as possible, found at:  http://www.hutchcc.edu/apply. You will need your social security number for the application process. If you have taken classes with HCC before, you do not need to complete the application again.

Course Options: Please see Mr. Pfannenstiel for a list of courses offered at Inman High School and let him know what courses you would like to enroll in. If you are interested in taking additional HCC courses (online, in Hutchinson or at the McPherson Center), please access the full schedule of HCC courses at www.hutchcc.edu.

Assessments: Students must have qualifying assessment scores in order to be eligible for college courses with HCC. Please see Mr. Pfannenstiel to make sure you have adequate assessment scores or for further information about how to qualify for courses. CNA is the only SB155 course that requires a placement score.

Enrollment: HCC staff will enroll you as soon as assessment scores are verified. High School students cannot enroll themselves online. Please make sure Mr. Pfannenstiel is aware of the course(s) you would like to be enrolled in.

Confirming your intent: Upon enrollment, please confirm your intent through DragonZone by completing the following process:

Tuition Payment: After confirming intent, billing statements can be viewed in your DragonZone account and a paper bill for your HCC course(s) will be mailed directly to your home to your attention. Payment can be made online, at the McPherson Center, or the Business Office in Hutchinson. A FACTS payment plan can be set up online through your DragonZone account under “My Account”. A delay in payment could result in late fees being assessed to your account. Courses covered

under SB155 are tuition free. Please make sure payment arrangements are in place by September 15, 2016.

Books: Textbook information and estimated prices can be accessed through your DragonZone account. You can purchase your textbook(s) by coming to the Campus Store in McPherson or Hutchinson (Parker Student Union), or ordering your textbook(s) over the phone by calling the Campus Store at 620-665-3517 and requesting they be shipped to your home for an additional fee. Please make sure you have your textbook(s) for your HCC course(s) by the start date of the course.

Drop/Refund/Withdraw: Information regarding deadlines for drop/refund/withdraw can be found on your schedule in your DragonZone account. Course schedule changes must be done with both your high school Counselor and HCC.

Courses covered under SB155 are tuition free once intent is confirmed

High school blended course fee per class - $25.00

High School Tuition Prices/Fees

$84 per credit hour, in state

$74 per credit hour for Reno County residents

Online & Hybrid fee per credit hour - $17.00

Questions: Please contact Kristie Torgerson Torgersonk@hutchcc.edu or call the McPherson Center at (620) 245-0202

Dragon Zone Guardian Account Request

Do you want your parents or guardians to have access to your account information? If so, use the

following steps to grant Guardian Account with Dragon Zone.

1) Go to: www.hutchcc.edu

2) Click on the link for Dragon Zone

3) Click on the “Guardian Account Request”

4) Follow directions on screen to give them access to grades, statements, etc.

Helpful Terms to Know

Application: Completing application for admission via the HCC public website, no application fee.

Enrollment: Adding a student’s name to the HCC course roster in the HCC system after completion of

the application and assessments. HCC staff will enroll all high school students.

Drop: Student initiated removal from course roster during add/drop/refund period. A refund will be

given if course is dropped.

Withdraw: Student initiated removal from course after drop date but before withdraw date. A “W” will

appear on transcript and no refund will be given.

Confirmation of Intent: Student’s acceptance of their HCC schedule and the financial obligation for

their HCC class(es).

STEP AHEAD PROGRAM

Take some classes from HCC while you’re attending a Kansas high School. After you graduate,

enroll and attend full-time at HCC for your freshman year and we will reimburse you the cost you

have spent on tuition. It’s as easy as that!  College credit must be a letter grade and students must have earned a grade of C or higher or a P in a pass/fail class.

Day or evening, on-campus, off-campus, ITV or internet classes taken during the fall, spring or

summer semesters prior to high school graduation are eligible for reimbursement.

The tuition reimbursement is granted to students who enroll and attend full-time in the Fall or Spring semesters following high school graduation. HCC must be the only institution attended after high school graduation. Graduated High School Seniors, attending only HCC Summer classes, are not eligible for the program.  Be a Kansas Resident.  Reimbursement will cover only the tuition paid for by the student.

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Date:        May 17th, 2016

To:      Seniors of  2017 and Parents

From: Mr. Pfannenstiel

Re:           Senior Year & Future Plans

             

Test Date

Registration

Late Date

Sept. 10, 2016

August 5, 2016

August 6-19, 2016

Oct. 22, 2016

September 16, 2016

Sept. 17-Sept.30, 2016

Dec. 10, 2016

November 4, 2016

Nov. 5-18, 2016

Feb. 11, 2017

January 13, 2017

January 14-20, 2017

April 8, 2017

March 3, 2017

March 4-17, 2017

June 10, 2017

May 5, 2017

May 6-19, 2017