2017-2018

Guidance Announcements

Guidance announcements are emailed to the students weekly and are posted to the PTO Facebook page.  If you have any questions or concerns, please email or call your child’s counselor, or Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org or 419-246-8732 x-300.  

TSA does not endorse all the events listed in these announcements.  We are only providing the information to you.

 

October 18, 2017

 

CLASS OF 2018 SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERINGS AS OF OCTOBER 18, 2017: $612,000.00

 

CLASS OF 2018 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

TAYLOR ADAMS-Grace College

SIR KING CASTRO-Millikin University and Pace University

COURTNEY DRAPER-Wright State University and Wittenberg University

INDIA HART-Cleveland State University

SARA KAUSCH-Kent State University

CAMERON RICE-Wittenberg University

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:

1.  If you are planning to apply to the University of Dayton, please email Mrs. C-J at ccampbell@ts4arts.org right away. There is an opportunity for one TSA student who chooses to attend UD to receive the Leadership in Service Scholarship, which is worth $10,000 ($2,500 per year for four years). The student selected will also be eligible to receive a UD merit scholarship, which can be worth up to $88,000 over four years.

2.  Letter of recommendation letters-Please be sure you are checking with teachers in enough time to get your letter of recommendations to their destinations before any deadlines.

3.  College acceptances/Scholarship award information-Please be sure to forward a copy of all scholarship and college acceptance letters to Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org, as you receive them.  If you do not want any of this information published, please be sure to let Mrs. Perry know.

4.  Transcript requests-Students need to be sure all transcript requests for colleges are entered in their Naviance account at least one week prior to the their deadline.  If a transcript is needed for anything other than a college, a goldenrod colored transcript request form must be completed.  (Forms can be found on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office and on our website.)

 

Scholarship Opportunities

For more information on available scholarships, sign into your Naviance account, check out the scholarship opportunities wall outside of the guidance office, or the student shared.

1.     Bowling Green State University offers a Community Book Loan Program provides required course material for 25 entering freshman for one academic year.  All application materials must be submitted by January 15th to be considered for this program.   For more information call 419-372-2478 or go to bgsu.edu/admissions.

2.     Any high school seniors with at least a 2.0 GPA, among other criteria are eligible to apply for The Horatio Alger Association.  For more information or to apply click here.  The application deadline is October 25th.

3.     The BCSN Scholarship Project Fund of Toledo Community Foundation is pleased to offer the Scholar of the Month and Scholar of the Year Scholarship for the 12th year.  To be eligible, you must be a high school seniors and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or above, among other criteria.   One student from TSA will be nominated October through May from completed application packets.  We have a nominee for October and November.  If you would like to be considered for December’s nominee, you must have your completed packet to Mrs. Perry by November 6th.

 

ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS:

College Reps at TSA:

·      Central Michigan University-Tuesday, October 31 at 10:00 a.m.

·      Concordia University-Monday, October 23 at 9:15 a.m.

·      Mercy College of Ohio-Tuesday, November 14 at 10:15 a.m.

·      United States Marine Recruiter-Monday, October 23 at 10:00 a.m.

·      University of Cincinnati-Tuesday, October 24 at 2:15 p.m.

 

College Fairs/Open Houses/Miscellaneous:

1.         School of Advertising Art will be holding their Open house Saturday, November 4th-Noon-3:00 p.m. In addition to all you can learn about SAA that day, you can also get your portfolio reviewed, so be sure to bring a minimum 8-10 pieces of artwork, and let them know when you sign in that yoyu’d like a portfolio review.

2.         Skidmore College’s Open Houses for Theater will be Dec. 2nd.  To register go online skidmore.re/openhouse

3.         Mercy College of Ohio’s Open House will be Saturday, November 4th from 10 am to Noon.  Registration is not required. The parking and entrance for Mercy College is located at 2200 Jefferson Avenue.

4.         The University of Dayton will be holding their final Open House November 5th. Students and families are invited to see what University of Dayton is where you belong.  Please click here to RSVP.  For more information you can also check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office.

 

ACT Information

1. December 9th test date registration deadline is November 3rd.   We have practice booklets available on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office.  Please stop by and pick one up and go through it before you take your test.  For more information, to get better prepared and to register go to www.act.org.   Be sure to enter our school code (365043) so we will get a copy of your results.

 

2.  Community of Accredited Online Schools helps to prepare students for college.  http://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/act-prep-guide

 

SAT Information

1.  For more information and to register go to www.sat.org.   The registration deadline for the December 2nd test is November 2nd.  Be sure to enter TSA’s school code (365043) so we get a copy of your results.

 

ALL STUDENTS

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION

1.     If you are a 5-12 grade student and have participated in community service activities over the past year and want to be considered for the National Association of Secondary School Principals 2018 Prudential Spirit of Community Award, you will need to complete an online application, and submit to Mrs. Perry before November 7th to be considered.  For more information check out the flier in the student shared drive, or to apply go to:  spirit.prudential.com or nassp.org/spirit

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October 11, 2017

CLASS OF 2018 SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERINGS AS OF OCTOBER 11, 2017: $444,000.00

 

CLASS OF 2018 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

QB BROWN-Bowling Green State University

NOAH HAGEDORN-Cornerstone University and Lake Superior State University

SARA KAUSCH-Bowling Green State University and Point Park University

EMMA KRIETEMEYER-Cleveland State University and Wittenberg University

SAVANNAH NINE-Mary Baldwin University and Wittenberg University

BELLA PATCHETT-Eastern Michigan University

CAMERON RICE-Capital University

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:

1.     Letter of recommendation letters

Please be sure you are checking with teachers in enough time to get your letter of recommendations to their destinations before any deadlines.

2.     College acceptances/Scholarship award information

Please be sure to forward a copy of all scholarship and college acceptance letters to Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org, as you receive them.  If you do not want any of this information published, please be sure to let Mrs. Perry know.

3.     Transcript requests

Students need to be sure all transcript requests for colleges are entered in their Naviance account at least one week prior to the their deadline.  If a transcript is needed for anything other than a college, a goldenrod colored transcript request form must be completed.  (Forms can be found on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office and on our website.)

 

Scholarship Opportunities

1.     Bowling Green State University offers a Community Book Loan Program provides required course material for 25 entering freshman for one academic year.  All application materials must be submitted by January 15th to be considered for this program.   For more information call 419-372-2478 or go to bgsu.edu/admissions.

2.     Any high school seniors with at least a 2.0 GPA, among other criteria are eligible to apply for The Horatio Alger Association.  For more information or to apply click here.  The application deadline is October 25th.

3.     The BCSN Scholarship Project Fund of Toledo Community Foundation is pleased to offer the Scholar of the Month and Scholar of the Year Scholarship for the 12th year.  To be eligible, you must be a high school seniors and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or above, among other criteria.   One student from TSA will be nominated October through May from completed application packets.  We have a nominee for October and November.  If you would like to be considered for December’s nominee, you must have your completed packet to Mrs. Perry by November 6th.

 

ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS:

College Reps at TSA:

·      Mercy College of Ohio-Tuesday, November 14 at 10:15 a.m.

·      University of Cincinnati-Tuesday, October 24 at 2:15 p.m.

 

College Fairs/Open Houses/Miscellaneous:

1.         Skidmore College’s Open Houses will be as follows: DANCE & STUDIO ART, Oct. 14; THEATER, Dec. 2.  To register go online  skidmore.re/openhouse

2.         Mercy College of Ohio’s Open House will be Saturday, November 4th from 10 am to Noon.  Registration is not required. The parking and entrance for Mercy College is located at 2200 Jefferson Avenue.

3.     The University of Dayton will be holding their final Open House November 5th. Students and families are invited to see what University of Dayton is where you belong.  Please click here to RSVP.  For more information you can also check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office.

 

ACT Information

1. December 9th test date registration deadline is November 3rd.   We have practice booklets available on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office.  Please stop by and pick one up and go through it before you take your test.  For more information, to get better prepared and to register go to www.act.org.   Be sure to enter our school code (365043) so we will get a copy of your results.

 

2.  Community of Accredited Online Schools helps to prepare students for college.  http://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/act-prep-guide

 

SAT Information

1.  For more information and to register go to www.sat.org.   The registration deadline for the December 2nd test is November 2nd.  Be sure to enter TSA’s school code (365043) so we get a copy of your results.

 

ALL STUDENTS

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION

1.     If you are a 5-12 grade student and have participated in community service activities over the past year and want to be considered for the National Association of Secondary School Principals 2018 Prudential Spirit of Community Award, you will need to complete an online application, and submit to Mrs. Perry before November 7th to be considered.  For more information check out the flier in the student shared drive, or to apply go to:  spirit.prudential.com or nassp.org/spirit

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October 4, 2017

CLASS OF 2018 SCHOLARSHIPS OFFERINGS AS OF OCTOBER 4, 2017: $120,000.00

CLASS OF 2018 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES
SIR KING CASTRO-Grace College and Point Park University
COURTNEY DRAPER-Bowling Green State University and Eastern Michigan University
TERRI DRAPER-Bowling Green State University, Eastern Michigan University and Wright State University
KAITLYN KIRKPATRICK-Bowling Green State University
CAMERON RICE-Cleveland State University

ATTENTION SENIORS
:
1.        
Letter of recommendation letters
Please be sure you are checking with teachers in enough time to get your letter of recommendations to their destinations before any deadlines.
2.        
College acceptances/Scholarship award information
Please be sure to forward a copy of all scholarship and college acceptance letters to Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org, as you receive them.  If you do not want any of this information published, please be sure to let Mrs. Perry know.  
3.        
Transcript requests
Students need to be sure all transcript requests for colleges are entered in their Naviance account at least one week prior to the their deadline.  If a transcript is needed for anything other than a college, a goldenrod colored transcript request form must be completed.  (Forms can be found on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office and on our website.)

Scholarship Opportunities
For more information on available scholarships, sign into your Naviance account, check out the scholarship opportunities wall outside of the guidance office, or the student shared.
1.        Any high school seniors with at least a 2.0 GPA, among other criteria are eligible to apply for The Horatio Alger Association.  For more information or to apply click here.  The application deadline is October 25th.
2.        The BCSN Scholarship Project Fund of Toledo Community Foundation is pleased to offer the Scholar of the Month and Scholar of the Year Scholarship for the 12th year.  To be eligible, you must be a high school seniors and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or above, among other criteria.   One student from TSA will be nominated October through May from completed application packets.  We have a nominee for October and November.  If you would like to be considered for December’s nominee, you must have your completed packet to Mrs. Perry by November 6th.


ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS:
College Reps at TSA:
•        Chicago College of Performing Arts @Roosevelt University-Thurs. Oct. 5 at 1:00 p.m.
•        Mercy College of Ohio-Tuesday, November 14 at 10:15 a.m.
•        University of Cincinnati-Tuesday, October 24 at 2:15 p.m.

College Fairs/Open Houses/Miscellaneous:
1.        Mercy College of Ohio’s Open House will be Saturday, November 4th from 10 am to Noon.  Registration is not required. The parking and entrance for Mercy College is located at 2200 Jefferson Avenue.
2.        AMDA has announced their 2018 National Audition Tour for admissions.   For more information go to amda.edu, call 1-800-367-7908 or check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office.
3.        National Portfolio Day Ohio events will be October 7 in Cincinnati and October 8 in Cleveland. Events are as early as September 23 and go through December 3, 2017 in various cities.  Bring your portfolio and there will be a variety of colleges eager to see your work.  Visit their website for more information about specific events and attending colleges and universities, or you can check out the poster hanging on the wall outside of the guidance office.  
4.        The University of Dayton will be holding their final Open House November 5th. Students and families are invited to see what University of Dayton is where you belong.  Please click here to RSVP.  For more information you can also check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office.

ACT Information
1.  
December 9th test date registration deadline is November 3rd.   We have practice booklets available on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office.  Please stop by and pick one up and go through it before you take your test.  For more information, to get better prepared and to register go to www.act.org.   Be sure to enter our school code (365043) so we will get a copy of your results.

2.  Community of Accredited Online Schools helps to prepare students for college.  http://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/act-prep-guide

SAT Information
1.  For more information and to register go to www.sat.org.   T
he registration deadline for the November 4th test is October 5th.  Be sure to enter TSA’s school code (365043) so we get a copy of your results.

ALL STUDENTS
1.        If you are a 5-12 grade student and have participated in community service activities over the past year and want to be considered for the National Association of Secondary School Principals 2018 Prudential Spirit of Community Award, you will need to complete an online application, and submit to Mrs. Perry before November 7th to be considered.  For more information check out the flier in the student shared drive, or to apply go to:  spirit.prudential.com or nassp.org/spirit


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September 27, 2017

 

CLASS OF 2018 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

EMMA KRIETEMEYER-Walsh University

QB BROWN-Youngstown State University

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:

1.  College acceptances/Scholarship award information

Please be sure to forward a copy of all scholarship and college acceptance letters to Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org, as you receive them.  If you do not want any of this information published, please be sure to let Mrs. Perry know.

 

2.  Transcript requests

Students need to be sure all transcript requests for colleges are entered in their Naviance account at least one week prior to the their deadline.  If a transcript is needed for anything other than a college, a goldenrod colored transcript request form must be completed.  (Forms can be found on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office and on our website.)

 

ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS:

On site college visits-Interested students need to sign in to their Naviance account to register for the following on site college visits:

·      Bowling Green State University (Room 325)-Wednesday, October 4 at 1:45 p.m.

·      Chicago College of Performing Arts @Roosevelt University-Thurs. Oct. 5 at 1:00 p.m.

·      Eastern Michigan University-Tuesday, September 26 at 9:30 a.m.

·      Mercy College of Ohio-Tuesday, November 14 at 10:15 a.m.

·      Ohio State University-Tuesday, October 3 at 1:15 p.m.

·      Otterbein University-Monday, October 2 at 12:45 p.m.

·      The College of Wooster-Tuesday, October 3 at 2:00 p.m.

·      University of Toledo (Informational session)-Tuesday, October 3 at 9:00 a.m.

·      University of Toledo (Students will be completing an online application at this presentation) Application fee for students who do not qualify for the fee waiver, will NOT be due at this time -Tuesday, October 3 at 9:50 a.m.

·      University of Cincinnati-Tuesday, October 24 at 2:15 p.m.

 

College Fairs/ /Miscellaneous/Open Houses/Opportunities:

Open Houses/College Fairs

1.         Rutgers will be holding their Open house for all undergraduates on Saturday, October 28 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.  To register for info session and portfolio review click here or call 848-932-5399.

2.         Terra State Community College will hold its annual College Fair on Monday, October 2nd 6:00-7:30 p.m. in the Student Activity Center on the Fremont Campus.  Prior to the event, the Terra State Financial Aid staff will offer a FAFSA workshop at 5:30 p.m. in Building D, room 102 where they will provide information and literature, answer questions and discuss the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  For more details, call Elise Emly at 419-559-2142.

3.         Mercy College of Ohio’s Open House will be Saturday, November 4th from 10 am to Noon.  Registration is not required. The parking and entrance for Mercy College is located at 2200 Jefferson Avenue.

4.         Toledo Area Catholic College Night at Lourdes College-Tuesday, October 3rd 6:30-8:00 p.m.

5.         The University of Dayton’s Open Houses will be October 1st and November 5th. Students and families are invited to see what University of Dayton is where you belong.  Please click here to RSVP.  For more information you can also check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office.

6.         TPS College Night-320 W. Scott Park Drive; Toledo-Wednesday, October 4 4:30-6:30 p.m.

7.         NACAC National College Fairs will be hosting a Performing and Visual Arts College Fair in Cleveland on October 4th and Cincinnati on October 2.  For more information and to register please click here.

8.         National Portfolio Day Ohio events will be October 7 in Cincinnati and October 8 in Cleveland. Events are as early as September 23 and go through December 3, 2017 in various cities.  Bring your portfolio and there will be a variety of colleges eager to see your work.  Visit their website for more information about specific events and attending colleges and universities, or you can check out the poster hanging on the wall outside of the guidance office.  

Miscellaneous Opportunities

1.         Case Western Reserve University is currently accepting student applications for their Diversity Overnight, November 12 and 13.  Applications are due Monday, October 2nd.  For more information and to complete the online application click here.

2.         Ohio University’s Undergraduate Admissions will be sponsoring their annual all expense paid, over night Multicultural Visit Program (MVP) on October 29-30, 2017. This program is open to all juniors and seniors; however, Ohio University encourages students with a 3.0 cumulative GPA, in a strong college preparatory curriculum AND a 20 ACT composite score or comparable SAT Score, and who are interested in Ohio university, to apply.   IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, LET MRS. PERRY KNOW TODAY!!  Your online application, click here and your transcripts need to be sent to Ohio University BEFORE September 30th.

3.         Youngstown State University’s Williamson College of Business Administration are inviting you to their WCBA Showcase, Saturday, October 14th 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.  For more information and reservations click here.

4.         AMDA has announced their 2018 National Audition Tour for admissions.   For more information go to amda.edu, call 1-800-367-7908 or check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office.

5.         Bowling Green State University is looking for high achieving students to apply to the Honors College.  In addition to special scholarship opportunities, there are countless benefits for students who participate in the Honors College.  They review applications holistically and do not have strict test or GPA cut-offs, but are looking for students who are interested in challenging themselves while at BGSU.  Their application is available here.

 

ALL STUDENTS

Miscellaneous Information

1.     Toledo Museum of Art is now offering Fall Art classes in drawing, painting, sculpture, glass, digital photography, and Minecraft programming.  The cost is $75 for TMA members or $90 for non-members for most classes, and scholarships are available.  All supplies are included.   For more information visit online at www.toledomuseum.org/learn/classes/, call 419-254-5080, email their Studio Programs Manager, Sara Daniels, at sdaniels@toledomuseum.org.  You can also email Mrs. Perry to get a copy of the scholarship application or flier.

2.     Adrian College has a variety of gallery exhibitions from now until April 25th or go to their blog or their website.  You can also check out the flier hanging outside of the guidance office.

3.     If you are a 5-12 grade student and have participated in community service activities over the past year and want to be considered for the National Association of Secondary School Principals 2018 Prudential Spirit of Community Award, you will need to complete an online application, and submit to Mrs. Perry before November 7th to be considered.  For more information check out the flier in the student shared drive, or to apply go to:  spirit.prudential.com or nassp.org/spirit

 

ACT INFORMATION

1.  December 9th test date registration deadline is November 3rd.   We have practice booklets available on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office.  Please stop by and pick one up and go through it before you take your test.  For more information, to get better prepared and to register go to www.act.org.   Be sure to enter our school code (365043) so we will get a copy of your results.

 

2. Community of Accredited Online Schools helps to prepare students for college.  http://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/act-prep-guide

SAT INFORMATION

For more information and to register go to www.sat.org.   The registration deadline for the November 4th  test is October 5th.  Be sure to enter TSA’s school code (365043) so we get a copy of your results.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

For more information on available scholarships, sign into your Naviance account, check out the scholarship opportunities wall outside of the guidance office, or the student shared.

1.     Any high school seniors with at least a 2.0 GPA, among other criteria are eligible to apply for The Horatio Alger Association.  For more information or to apply click here.  The application deadline is October 25th.

2.     The BCSN Scholarship Project Fund of Toledo Community Foundation is pleased to offer the Scholar of the Month and Scholar of the Year Scholarship for the 12th year.  To be eligible, you must be a high school seniors and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or above, among other criteria.   One student from TSA will be nominated October through May from completed application packets.  We have a nominee for October and November.  If you would like to be considered for December’s nominee, you must have your completed packet to Mrs. Perry by November 6th.

3.     Quest Bridge National College Match is open to all seniors who excel academically and exhibit strong personal character.  These students typically earn A’s in the most challenging courses available and come from households earning less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four), with limited assets, and may be eligible for the school’s free or reduced-price lunch program.  Please check out the brochure, found in the student’s Naviance account or in the student shared-drive, to learn more about the National College Match selection criteria.  

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September 20, 2017

CLASS OF 2018 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

Congratulations go out to the following seniors for their college acceptance(s):

 EMMA KRIETEMEYER-Eastern Michigan University

BELLA PATCHETT-Bowling Green State University

CAMERON RICE -Ashland University and Bowling Green State University

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:

1.  College acceptances/Scholarship award information

Please be sure to forward a copy of all scholarship and college acceptance letters to Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org, as you receive them.  If you do not want any of this information published, please be sure to let Mrs. Perry know.

2.  Transcript requests

Students need to be sure all transcript requests for colleges are entered in their Naviance account at least one week prior to the their deadline.  If a transcript is needed for anything other than a college, a goldenrod colored transcript request form must be completed.  (Forms can be found on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office and on our website.)

 

ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS:

1.  All Juniors and Seniors interested in attending any of the following onsite college presentations must sign into their Naviance account to register.  

Visits will last approximately 30 minutes.

·      Bowling Green State University-Wednesday, October 4 at 1:45 p.m.

·      Chicago College of Performing Arts @Roosevelt University-Thurs. Oct. 5 at 1:00 p.m.

·      Eastern Michigan University-Tuesday, September 26 at 9:30 a.m.

·      Mercy College of Ohio-Tuesday, November 14 at 10:15 a.m.

·      Ohio State University-Tuesday, October 3 at 1:15 p.m.

·      Otterbein University-Monday, October 2 at 12:45 p.m.

·      The College of Wooster-Tuesday, October 3 at 2:00 p.m.

·      University of Cincinnati-Tuesday, October 24 at 2:15 p.m.

·      University of Toledo- (Students will be completing an online application at this presentation.  If you do not qualify for UT’s fee waiver, please bring a credit card payment of $40 for the application fee)-Tuesday, October 3 at 9:50 a.m.

 

College Fairs/Open Houses/Miscellaneous:

1.         Mercy College of Ohio’s Open House will be Saturday, November 4th from 10 am to Noon.  Registration is not required. The parking and entrance for Mercy College is located at 2200 Jefferson Avenue.

2.         AMDA has announced their 2018 National Audition Tour for admissions.   For more information go to amda.edu, call 1-800-367-7908 or check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office.

3.         NACAC National College Fairs will be hosting a Performing and Visual Arts College Fair in Cleveland on October 4th and Cincinnati on October 2.  For more information and to register please click here.

4.         Bowling Green State University is looking for high achieving students to apply to the Honors College.  In addition to special scholarship opportunities, there are countless benefits for students who participate in the Honors College.  They review applications holistically and do not have strict test or GPA cut-offs, but are looking for students who are interested in challenging themselves while at BGSU.  Their application is available here.

5.         NACCAP Christian College Fair at Toledo Christian School (The White Center), 2303 Brookford Drive; Toledo-Friday, September 22 1:00-3:00 p.m.  You must register for a barcode at www.myblueprintstory.com 

6.         Toledo Area Catholic College Night at Lourdes College-Tuesday, October 3rd 6:30-8:00 p.m.

7.         TPS College Night-320 W. Scott Park Drive; Toledo-Wednesday, October 4 4:30-6:30 p.m.

8.         Paul Mitchell’s National Open House Night-Tuesday, September 26th from 6-8 PM.  1day/2 hours/100+ schools.  RSVP to Marchell Wendler at MarchelleW@Toledo.PaulMitchell.eDU/419-885-5191 x 1004

9.         National Portfolio Day Ohio events will be October 7 in Cincinnati and October 8 in Cleveland. Events are as early as September 23 and go through December 3, 2017 in various cities.  Bring your portfolio and there will be a variety of colleges eager to see your work.  Visit their website for more information about specific events and attending colleges and universities, or you can check out the poster hanging on the wall outside of the guidance office.  

10. The University of Dayton’s Open Houses will be September 10, October 1st or November 5th. Students and families are invited to see what University of Dayton is where you belong.  Please click here to RSVP.  For more information you can also check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office.

 

ALL STUDENTS

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION

1.     Toledo Museum of Art is now offering Fall Art classes in drawing, painting, sculpture, glass, digital photography, and Minecraft programming.  The cost is $75 for TMA members or $90 for non-members for most classes, and scholarships are available.  All supplies are included.   For more information visit online at www.toledomuseum.org/learn/classes/, call 419-254-5080, email their Studio Programs Manager, Sara Daniels, at sdaniels@toledomuseum.org.  You can also email Mrs. Perry to get a copy of the scholarship application or flier.

2.     Adrian College has a variety of gallery exhibitions from now until April 25th or go to their blog or their website.  You can also check out the flier hanging outside of the guidance office.

3.     If you are a 5-12 grade student and have participated in community service activities over the past year and want to be considered for the National Association of Secondary School Principals 2018 Prudential Spirit of Community Award, you will need to complete an online application, and submit to Mrs. Perry before November 7th to be considered.  For more information check out the flier in the student shared drive, or to apply go to:  spirit.prudential.com or nassp.org/spirit

 

ACT INFORMATION

1.  October 28th’s test date registration deadline is September 22nd.  We have practice booklets available on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office.  Please stop by and pick one up and go through it before you take your test.  For more information, to get better prepared and to register go to www.act.org.   Be sure to enter our school code (365043) so we will get a copy of your results.

 

2. Community of Accredited Online Schools helps to prepare students for college.  http://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/act-prep-guide

 

SAT INFORMATION

For more information and to register go to www.sat.org.   The registration deadline for the November 4th  test is October 5th.  Be sure to enter TSA’s school code (365043) so we get a copy of your results.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

For more information on available scholarships, sign into your Naviance account, check out the scholarship opportunities wall outside of the guidance office, or the student shared.

1.     Any high school seniors with at least a 2.0 GPA, among other criteria are eligible to apply for The Horatio Alger Association.  For more information or to apply click here.  The application deadline is October 25th.

2.     The BCSN Scholarship Project Fund of Toledo Community Foundation is pleased to offer the Scholar of the Month and Scholar of the Year Scholarship for the 12th year.  To be eligible, you must be a high school seniors and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or above, among other criteria.   One student from TSA will be nominated October through May from completed application packets.  We have a nominee for October and November.  If you would like to be considered for December’s nominee, you must have your completed packet to Mrs. Perry by November 6th.

3.     Quest Bridge National College Match is open to all seniors who excel academically and exhibit strong personal character.  These students typically earn A’s in the most challenging courses available and come from households earning less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four), with limited assets, and may be eligible for the school’s free or reduced-price lunch program.  Please check out the brochure, found in the student’s Naviance account or in the student shared-drive, to learn more about the National College Match selection criteria.

4.      Junior Achievement Business Challenge-If you would like a chance to win easy scholarship money for college, Toledo School of the Arts will be sending a team of 3 seniors to compete in the Junior Achievement Business Challenge using the JA Titan program online. The deadline is Thursday, September 21st.

·      Our team from last year won first place winning $5,000 per student.   Most teams you are competing against do not practice much at all, so if you practice you have a good chance of being in the top bracket.

·      Go to https://www.juniorachievement.org/web/ja-nwohio/ja-business-challenge for more information.

·      Go to http://titan.ja.org to practice playing the JA titan business simulator that will be used at the competition.  Create an account and go through the tutorial.

·      Come see Mr. Szparagowski in room 316 any day after school for more information, a short tutorial, or tips to get started.

·      To give everyone a fair chance to represent TSA we will be having tryouts on the week of September 25th to 29th.   Check the school announcements to stay posted.

·      To cash in on the scholarships you must be attending some school to further your education within the next 2 years.  They will send the check to the school.

·      If you participate you must be willing to put in the practice.  We want to make sure Toledo School for the Arts sends a dedicated team of students.

 _________________________________________________________________

CLASS OF 2018

IMPORTANT TRANSCRIPT REQUEST INFORMATION

 Once you enter your college choices in Naviance please be sure you have done the following steps.  

 Before we can send your transcripts:

1.        You will need to be sure you have indicated how you are applying (Direct to institution or through the Common Application).

2.  If you are applying through Common Application to any of your college choices, you will need to link your Common Application account to your Naviance account (there is a video on the main screen of your Naviance account that walks you through this process).

3.        If any of your college choices requires a letter(s) of recommendation, you will need to contact that person(s) and ask them to upload their letter of recommendation into your Naviance account.

4.      To be sure no deadlines are missed please have all of your transcript requests entered and all letters of recommendations uploaded in Naviance BEFORE October 23rd.

 If you need any help please let Mrs. Campbell-Johannes or myself know!

Sincerely,

Beth Perry

bperry@ts4arts.org

Toledo School for the Arts

Administrative Assistant-Guidance

419-246-8732 ext. 300

____________________________________________________________________

September 13-15, 2017

FAFSA NIGHT

Mrs. Campbell-Johannes will be in the Attic theater on Thursday, September 21st at 6:30 p.m. to go over the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) process.   Please enter through the dock doors

 

This evening is open to any high school student and his/her family, but the information is VERY IMPORTANT to current seniors and their family.   Please plan to attend.

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:

SCHOLARSHIPS

1.  Quest Bridge National College Match is open to all seniors who excel academically and exhibit strong personal character.  These students typically earn A’s in the most challenging courses available and come from households earning less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four), with limited assets, and may be eligible for the school’s free or reduced-price lunch program.  Please check out the brochure, found in the student’s Naviance account or in the student shared-drive, to learn more about the National College Match selection criteria.

2.  Junior Achievement Business Challenge-If you would like a chance to win easy scholarship money for college, Toledo School of the Arts will be sending a team of 3 seniors to compete in the Junior Achievement Business Challenge using the JA Titan program online.

·      Our team from last year won first place winning $5,000 per student.   Most teams you are competing against do not practice much at all, so if you practice you have a good chance of being in the top bracket.

·      Go to https://www.juniorachievement.org/web/ja-nwohio/ja-business-challenge for more information.

·      Go to http://titan.ja.org to practice playing the JA titan business simulator that will be used at the competition.  Create an account and go through the tutorial.

·      Come see Mr. Szparagowski in room 316 any day after school for more information, a short tutorial, or tips to get started.

·      To give everyone a fair chance to represent TSA we will be having tryouts on the week of September 25th to 29th.   Check the school announcements to stay posted.

·      To cash in on the scholarships you must be attending some school to further your education within the next 2 years.  They will send the check to the school.

·      If you participate you must be willing to put in the practice.  We want to make sure Toledo School for the Arts sends a dedicated team of students.

·       

ATTENTION JUNIORS AND SENIORS:

1.  All Juniors and Seniors interested in attending any of the following onsite college presentations must sign into their Naviance account to register.  All visits will be in the  guidance office conference room (3rd floor)please note this is a change.  Visits will last approximately 30 minutes.

 

·      Bowling Green State University (Room 325)-Wednesday, October 4 at 1:45 p.m.

·      Chicago College of Performing Arts @Roosevelt University-Thurs. Oct. 5 @ 1:00 p.m.

·      Otterbein University-Monday, October 2 at 12:45 p.m.

·      The College of Wooster-Tuesday, October 3 at 2:00 p.m.

·      University of Cincinnati-Tuesday, October 24 at 2:15 p.m.

2. Wells Fargo sent us a free supply of college planning materials and are available on a first come first serve basis.  All materials are on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office.  In addition, Wells Fargo has a link to online college readiness resources.  For more information check out the flier in the student shared drive, hanging on the wall outside of the guidance office or by clicking here.

 

College Open Houses/Miscellaneous:

1.     NACCAP Christian College Fair at Toledo Christian School (The White Center), 2303 Brookford Drive; Toledo-Friday, September 22 1:00-3:00 p.m.  You must register for a barcode at www.myblueprintstory.com 

2.     Toledo Area Catholic College Night at Lourdes College-Tuesday, October 3rd 6:30-8:00 p.m.

3.     TPS College Night-320 W. Scott Park Drive; Toledo-Wednesday, October 4 4:30-6:30 p.m.

4.     Paul Mitchell’s National Open House Night-Tuesday, September 26th from 6-8 PM.  1 day/2 hours/100+ schools.  RSVP to Marchell Wendler at MarchelleW@Toledo.PaulMitchell.eDU/419-885-5191 x 1004

5.     ACAC National College Fairs will be in Cincinnati on October 22 1pm-4pm.  For more information please go to: www.nacacfairs.org

6.     National Portfolio Day Ohio events will be October 7 in Cincinnati and October 8 in Cleveland. Events are as early as September 23 and go through December 3, 2017 in various cities.  Bring your portfolio and there will be a variety of colleges eager to see your work.  Visit their website for more information about specific events and attending colleges and universities, or you can check out the poster hanging on the wall outside of the guidance office.  

7.     Miami University’s 2017 Bridges Program is an overnight experience for high-achieving high school seniors from historically underrepresented populations or who have a commitment to promoting a deeper understanding of and appreciation for diversity.   For more information or to apply go to their website at MiamiOH.edu/Bridges.  The application deadline is September 18th.

8.     The University of Dayton’s Open Houses will be September 10, October 1st or November 5th. Students and families are invited to see what University of Dayton is where you belong.  Please click here to RSVP.  For more information you can also check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office.

9.     Ithaca College Open House-Ithaca College of New, York will be offering various open houses.  Please check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office or go to my.ithaca.edu for more information

10. Massachusetts Institute of Technology will have admissions officers available at information sessions at Hilliard Darby High School (September 10) and Shaker Heights High School (October 4th). For more information, see the poster hanging outside of the guidance office or click here.

 

ALL STUDENTS

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION

1.     Toledo Museum of Art is now offering Fall Art classes in drawing, painting, sculpture, glass, digital photography, and Minecraft programming.  The cost is $75 for TMA members or $90 for non-members for most classes, and scholarships are available.  All supplies are included.   For more information visit online at www.toledomuseum.org/learn/classes/, call 419-254-5080, email their Studio Programs Manager, Sara Daniels, at sdaniels@toledomuseum.org.  You can also email Mrs. Perry to get a copy of the scholarship application or flier.

2.     Adrian College has a variety of gallery exhibitions from now until April 25th or go to their blog or their website.  You can also check out the flier hanging outside of the guidance office.

3.     If you are a 5-12 grade student and have participated in community service activities over the past year and want to be considered for the National Association of Secondary School Principals 2018 Prudential Spirit of Community Award, you will need to complete an online application, and submit to Mrs. Perry before November 7th to be considered.  For more information check out the flier in the student shared drive, or to apply go to:  spirit.prudential.com or nassp.org/spirit

 

ACT INFORMATION

1.  October 28th’s test date registration deadline is September 22nd.  We have practice booklets available on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office.  Please stop by and pick one up and go through it before you take your test.  For more information, to get better prepared and to register go to www.act.org.   Be sure to enter our school code (365043) so we will get a copy of your results.

 

2. Community of Accredited Online Schools helps to prepare students for college.  http://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/act-prep-guide

 

SAT INFORMATION

For more information and to register go to www.sat.org.   The registration deadline for the November 4th  test is October 5th.  Be sure to enter TSA’s school code (365043) so we get a copy of your results.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

For more information on available scholarships, sign into your Naviance account, check out the scholarship opportunities wall outside of the guidance office, or the student shared.

 

1.     Any high school seniors with at least a 2.0 GPA, among other criteria are eligible to apply for The Horatio Alger Association.  For more information or to apply click here.  The application deadline is October 25th.

2.     The BCSN Scholarship Project Fund of Toledo Community Foundation is pleased to offer the Scholar of the Month and Scholar of the Year Scholarship for the 12th year.  To be eligible, you must be a high school seniors and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or above, among other criteria.   One student from TSA will be nominated October through May from completed application packets.  If you would like to be considered for October’s nomination, you must have a completed packet to Mrs. Perry by the end of the school day Friday, September 8th.

 

 

September 6-8, 2017

ATTENTION SENIORS:

Junior Achievement Business Challenge-If you would like a chance to win easy scholarship money for college, Toledo School of the Arts will be sending a team of 3 seniors to compete in the Junior Achievement Business Challenge using the JA Titan program online.

·      Our team from last year one first place winning $5,000 per student.   Most teams you are competing against do not practice much at all, so if you practice you have a good chance of being in the top bracket.

·      Go to https://www.juniorachievement.org/web/ja-nwohio/ja-business-challenge for more information.

·      Go to http://titan.ja.org to practice playing the JA titan business simulator that will be used at the competition.  Create an account and go through the tutorial.

·      Come see Mr. Szparagowski in room 316 any day after school for more information, a short tutorial, or tips to get started.

·      To give everyone a fair chance to represent TSA we will be having tryouts on the week of September 25th to 29th.   Check the school announcements to stay posted.

·      To cash in on the scholarships you must be attending some school to further your education within the next 2 years.  They will send the check to the school.

·      If you participate you must be willing to put in the practice.  We want to make sure Toledo School for the Arts sends a dedicated team of students.

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Toledo Zoo is now hiring part time positions.  Applications/information can be found on the magazine rack (outside of the guidance office) the student shared drive or email Mrs. Perry.

 

ON-SITE COLLEGE VISITS:

All Juniors and Seniors interested in attending any of the following onsite presentations must sign into their Naviance account to register.  All visits will be in the  guidance office conference room (3rd floor)please note this is a change.  Visits will last approximately 30 minutes.

 

Bowling Green State University (Room 325)-Wednesday, October 4 at 1:45 p.m.

Capital University-Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.

Chicago College of Performing Arts @Roosevelt University-Thurs. Oct. 5 @ 1:00 p.m.

Otterbein University-Monday, October 2 at 12:45 p.m.

Owens Community College-Tuesday, September 12 at 9:30 a.m.

The College of Wooster-Tuesday, October 3 at 2:00 p.m.

University of Cincinnati-Tuesday, October 24 at 2:15 p.m.

 

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION

1.     Toledo Museum of Art is now offering Fall Art classes in drawing, painting, sculpture, glass, digital photography, and Minecraft programming.  The cost is $75 for TMA members or $90 for non-members for most classes, and scholarships are available.  All supplies are included.   For more information visit online at www.toledomuseum.org/learn/classes/, call 419-254-5080, email their Studio Programs Manager, Sara Daniels, at sdaniels@toledomuseum.org.  You can also email Mrs. Perry to get a copy of the scholarship application or flier.

2.     Adrian College have a variety of gallery exhibitions from now until April 25th or go to their blog or their website.  You can also check out the flier hanging outside of the guidance office.

3.     If you are a 5-12 grade student and have participated in community service activities over the past year and want to be considered for the National Association of Secondary School Principals 2018 Prudential Spirit of Community Award, you will need to complete an online application, and submit to Mrs. Perry before November 7th to be considered.  For more information or to apply go to:  spirit.prudential.com or nassp.org/spirit

 

COLLEGE OPEN HOUSES/FAIRS

1.     NACAC National College Fairs will be in Cincinnati on October 22 1pm-4pm.  For more information please go to: www.nacacfairs.org

2.     The University of Dayton’s Open Houses will be September 10, October 1st or November 5th. Students and families are invited to see what University of Dayton is where you belong.  Please click here to RSVP.  For more information you can also check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office.

3.     National Portfolio Day Ohio events will be October 7 in Cincinnati and October 8 in Cleveland. Events are as early as September 23 and go through December 3, 2017 in various cities.  Bring your portfolio and there will be a variety of colleges eager to see your work.  Visit their website for more information about specific events and attending colleges and universities, or you can check out the poster hanging on the wall outside of the guidance office.

4.     Massachusetts Institute of Technology will have admissions officers available at information sessions at Hilliard Darby High School (September 10) and Shaker Heights High School (October 4th). For more information, see the poster hanging outside of the guidance office or click here.

 

ACT INFORMATION

1.  October 28th’s test date registration deadline is September 22nd.  We have practice booklets available on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office.  Please stop by and pick one up and go through it before you take your test.  For more information, to get better prepared and to register go to www.act.org.   Be sure to enter our school code (365043) so we will get a copy of your results. 

2. Community of Accredited Online Schools helps to prepare students for college.  http://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/act-prep-guide

 

SAT INFORMATION

For more information and to register go to www.sat.org.  October 7th’s test date registration deadline is September 8th.  Be sure to enter TSA’s school code (365043) so we get a copy of your results.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

For more information on available scholarships, sign into your Naviance account, check out the scholarship opportunities wall outside of the guidance office, or the student shared.

 

1.     Any high school seniors with at least a 2.0 GPA, among other criteria are eligible to apply for The Horatio Alger Association.  For more information or to apply click here.  The application deadline is October 25th.

2.     The BCSN Scholarship Project Fund of Toledo Community Foundation is pleased to offer the Scholar of the Month and Scholar of the Year Scholarship for the 12th year.  To be eligible, you must be a high school seniors and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or above, among other criteria.   One student from TSA will be nominated October through May from completed application packets.  If you would like to be considered for October’s nomination, you must have a completed packet to Mrs. Perry by the end of the school day Friday, September 8th.

 ________________________________________________________________

August 30-September 1

CLASS MEETINGS

School wide class meetings were held last Friday, August 25th.  If you were absent or want to look over the PowerPoint slides, they are available on our website.

 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Toledo Zoo is now hiring part time positions.  Applications/information can be found on the magazine rack (outside of the guidance office) the student shared drive or email Mrs. Perry.

ON-SITE COLLEGE VISITS:

All Juniors and Seniors interested in attending any of the following onsite presentations must sign into their Naviance account to register.  All visits will be in the  guidance office conference room (3rd floor)please note this is a change, and will last approximately 30 minutes.

 

Bowling Green State University-Wednesday, October 4 at 1:45 p.m.

Capital University-Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.

Otterbein University-Monday, October 2 at 12:45 p.m.

Owens Community College-Tuesday, September 12 at 9:30 a.m.

The College of Wooster-Tuesday, October 3 at 2:00 p.m.

University of Cincinnati-Tuesday, October 24 at 2:15 p.m.

 

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION

1.     Toledo Museum of Art is now offering Fall Art classes in drawing, painting, sculpture, glass, digital photography, and Minecraft programming.  The cost is $75 for TMA members or $90 for non-members for most classes, and scholarships are available.  All supplies are included.   For more information visit online at www.toledomuseum.org/learn/classes/ , call 419-254-5080, email their Studio Programs Manager, Sara Daniels, at sdaniels@toledomuseum.org.  You can also email Mrs. Perry to get a copy of the scholarship application or flier.

2.     Adrian College have a variety of gallery exhibitions from now until April 25tth or go to their blog or their website.  You can also check out the flier hanging outside of the guidance office.

 

COLLEGE OPEN HOUSES

1.     The University of Dayton’s Open Houses will be September 10, October 1st or November 5th. Students and families are invited to see what University of Dayton is where you belong.  Please click here to RSVP.  For more information you can also check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office.

2.     National Portfolio Day events begin as early as September 23 and go through December 3, 2017 in various cities.  Bring your portfolio and there will be a variety of colleges eager to see your work.  Visit their website for more information about specific events and attending colleges and universities, or you can check out the poster hanging on the wall outside of the guidance office.

3.     Massachusetts Institute of Technology will have admissions officers available at information sessions at Hilliard Darby High School (September 10) and Shaker Heights High School (October 4th). For more information, see the poster hanging outside of the guidance office or click here.

 

ACT INFORMATION

1.  We have practice booklets available on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office.  Please stop by and pick one up and go through it before you take your test.  You can also go to their website to get better prepared.  www.act.org

 

UPCOMING TEST INFORMATION:

TEST DATE: OCTOBER 28

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 22

LATE REGISTRATION DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 23-OCTOBER 6

PHOTO UPLOAD DEADLINE: OCTOBER 20

Register at act.org

School Code 365043

 

2. Community of Accredited Online Schools helps to prepare students for college.  http://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/act-prep-guide

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

For more information on available scholarships, sign into your Naviance account, check out the scholarship opportunities wall outside of the guidance office, or the student shared.

 

1.     Any high school seniors with at least a 2.0 GPA, among other criteria are eligible to apply for The Horatio Alger Association.  The application deadline is October 25th.

2.     The BCSN Scholarship Project Fund of Toledo Community Foundation is pleased to offer the Scholar of the Month and Scholar of the Year Scholarship for the 12th year.  To be eligible, you must be a high school seniors and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or above, among other criteria.   One student from TSA will be nominated October through May from completed application packets.  If you would like to be considered for October’s nomination, you must have a completed packet to Mrs. Perry by the end of the school day Friday, September 8th.

__________________________________________________________

Guidance announcements for August 23-25, 2017.  If you have any questions or concerns, please email Beth Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org or by calling 419-246-8732 x-300.  

CLASS CHANGE REQUESTS

Schedule changes are not guaranteed and will be reviewed and completed when/or if possible.  A class change request form (located on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office-room 300) needs to be completed before any schedule changes will be considered.  Please be sure you list a current email address on the class change form and the counselors will email you at the email address you give, once your request has been reviewed.

The last day for schedule changes will be Wednesday, August 30th at 12:30 p.m.

Any request received after this point will NOT be reviewed or accepted for ANY reason.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Toledo Zoo is now hiring part time positions.  Please check out the student shared drive or email Mrs. Perry for a copy of the job postings, application and do’s and don’ts.

TSA COLLEGE VISITS

Colleges come to TSA to speak to juniors and seniors who are interested in applying to their college.  All college visits are listed in your Naviance and require Pre-registration.    All visits are in the guidance office (room 300) unless otherwise noted.

How to register for an onsite college presentation:

1. Sign into your Naviance account

a. User Name is your email address up to the @ sign (Ex. BAPerry)

b. The password is the same as your Power School password.

2.  Click on the “Colleges” tab

3. Click on the “View all upcoming college visits” link

4. Click on the “Sign me up” link for the college presentation you would like to attend.

Upcoming College visits:

Owens Community College-Tuesday, September 1

Otterbein University-Monday, October 2

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION

1. Toledo Museum of Art is now offering Fall Art classes in drawing, painting, sculpture, glass, digital photography, and Minecraft programming.  The cost is $75 for TMA members or $90 for non-members for most classes, and scholarships are available.  All supplies are included.   For more information visit online at www.toledomuseum.org/learn/classes/ , call 419-254-5080, email their Studio Programs Manager, Sara Daniels, at sdaniels@toledomuseum.org.  You can also email Mrs. Perry to get a copy of the scholarship application or flier.

2. ACT INFORMATION

We have practice booklets available on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office.  Please stop by and pick one up and go through it before you take your test.  You can also go to their website to get better prepared.  www.act.org

UPCOMING TEST INFORMATION:

TEST DATE: OCTOBER 28

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 22

LATE REGISTRATION DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 23-OCTOBER 6

PHOTO UPLOAD DEADLINE: OCTOBER 20

Register at act.org

School Code 365043

1. Community of Accredited Online Schools helps to prepare students for college.  http://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/act-prep-guide

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

For more information on available scholarships, sign into your Naviance account, check out the scholarship opportunities wall outside of the guidance office, or the student shared.

1. Any high school seniors with at least a 2.0 GPA, among other criteria are eligible to apply for The Horatio Alger Association.  The application deadline is October 25th.

2. The BCSN Scholarship Project Fund of Toledo Community Foundation is pleased to offer the Scholar of the Month and Scholar of the Year Scholarship for the 12th year.  To be eligible, you must be a high school seniors and have a minimum GPA of 3.0 or above, among other criteria.   One student from TSA will be nominated October through May from completed application packets.  If you would like to be considered for October’s nomination, you must have a completed packet to Mrs. Perry by the end of the school day Friday, September 8th.

TSA does not endorse the events listed in these announcements.  We are only providing the information to you you.

2016-17

Guidance Announcements

SUMMER TRANSCRIPT REQUESTS

 

The Class of 2017’s final transcript will be sent to the college that the students indicated on their grey declaration form, please be sure to let Mrs. Perry know of any changes by the end of the day June 9th to ensure submission before the guidance office closes for the summer.

 

For any other transcript requests, please be sure to email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org by the end of the day June 9th to ensure your transcript will be sent before the guidance office closes for the summer, and be sure to include the information below.

 

This email will be checked periodically over the summer so if you find you need a transcript sent after June 9th, please email bperry@ts4arts.org, with the information below, and be sure to include the deadline.  

 

1. Your name at graduation

2. The year you graduated

3. The name and address of where you would like your transcript sent

4. What is the date the transcript needs to be received

5. A phone number you can be reached with any questions.

May 24-26, 2017

 

AWARD CRITERIA

ANNUAL HONORS AND AWARDS CRITERIA:

Senior Honor Award is bestowed upon twelfth grade students who have earned a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher through the fall semester of the current year.

 

Annual Honor Roll Award acknowledges sixth through twelfth grade students that have earned all A’s, and B’s for the first semester and the third quarter of the current year.

 

President’s Award for Educational Excellence recognizes eighth and twelfth grade students who exemplify outstanding academic success in the classroom.  To be eligible for this award, students must meet the following criteria:

                Earn a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale through the fall semester of the current year and

                Have an attendance rate of 95% or above through the fall semester of the current year, and

                Have earned an accelerated and/or advanced score in the Reading and/or Math sections of the seventh grade Ohio Achievement Assessment for the eighth grade students and the Ohio Graduation Test for the twelfth grade students.

 

President’s Award for Educational Achievement recognizes eighth and twelfth grade students who exemplify outstanding educational growth, improvement, commitment to, or intellectual development in their academic subjects.  To be eligible for this award, students must:

                Earn a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale through the fall semester of the current year and

                Have an attendance rate of 93% or above through the fall semester of the current year and

                Have earned an accelerated and/or advanced score in the Reading and/or Math sections of the seventh grade Ohio Achievement Assessment for the eighth grade students and the Ohio Graduation Test for the twelfth grade students.

 

Diploma with Honors is awarded to students who meet the State of Ohio’s Diploma with Honors criteria.  For more information go to http://education.ohio.gov

 

Perfect Attendance Award is available to students in all grade levels.  To be eligible students must have NO tardies or absences of any kind, regardless of the circumstances.

 

Outstanding TSA Citizen Award is bestowed upon one student at the junior division and one student at the senior division levels who exemplify characteristics of outstanding citizens, which include honesty, integrity, respect, leadership, and a strong work ethic.  Faculty and staff are invited to nominate a student who they feel exemplify these qualities.  All nominees are acknowledged and the Outstanding TSA Citizen Award is granted to the student with the most TSA administrative, faculty, and staff votes.

 

Valedictorian/Salutatorian is recognition determined by the cumulative grade point average earned from a student’s freshman year through the first semester of the senior year.  A student will not be eligible for the acknowledgement as valedictorian or salutatorian unless he/she has been enrolled for three (3) consecutive years at TSA, which must consist of sophomore through senior years.

 

CCP INFORMATION

ANY students wanting to take the in-house CCP classes MUST fill out a class change form to let guidance know what they would want to drop IF they get into the class(es).

 

ATTENTION CLASS OF 2017:

CLASS OF 2017 CURRENT TIMELINE:

·      May 26th-FULL DAY OF SCHOOL-ATTENDANCE WILL BE TAKEN

                          MAY 26TH LOGISTICS for Seniors:

§  Awards program (students only)-Report to the Valentine Theater NO LATER than 8:30 a.m.

§  Graduation walk through immediately following the Awards program

§  Return to TSA for lunch-All seniors will eat C Lunch

§  Check out-1st floor media lab-Please be sure to return all classroom materials to your teacher and have the teacher sign your pink check out form-PRIOR to your last day in their class.  To complete check out, you must have:

o   iPad

o   charger

o   lock

o   Pink check out form – with ALL TEACHERS signed off.

§  Field Day

·       June 3rd-Graduation Day (Everyone but the graduates need a ticket to enter)

§  Seniors must be at the Valentine Theater (Red State Door) NO LATER than 12:00 p.m..

§  Students must have

o   Cap (ALL DECORATIONS MUST BE PRE-PPROVED BY DR. MEAD)

o   Gown

o   Tassel

§  Ceremony starts promptly at 2:00 p.m.

§  Reception immediately following the ceremony

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.        Thanks to a generous contribution from NBCUniversal, the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) is proud to announce the NBCUniversal Tony Coelho Media Scholarship.  Eligible applicants undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities pursuing communications or media-related degrees. There will be eight (8) $5,625 scholarships awarded to help cover the cost of education at their college or university.  Applications must be received by 5:00pm ET on Monday, June 19th and can be completed at NBCUniversal Tony Coelho Media Scholarship application.

2.        Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans Inc. will be offering up to 1020 Career & Technical scholarships to students who complete high school by spring of 2017, Pell-eligibility, enrollment by fall 2017 with a commitment to pursue and complete a career or technical certificate/degree, and are a United States citizenship.  Students can apply beginning March 15 at Horatio Alger Associations' website. Their first priority deadline will be June 15, 2017.  For additional information regarding this program, please clink on this link

3.        Discover® Student Loans is giving away $100,000 in scholarships. Students can get tips and resources on paying for college and enter for a chance to win a $2,500 scholarship award.  No purchase or student loan necessary.  Enter now at College covered link. The deadline is December 31, 2017.

 

MISCELLANEOUS AND SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

Check out the Summer Opportunities wall outside of the guidance office.

 

1.        Bowling Green State University’s Health Career Exploration Day Camp will be held June 26-30 at a cost of $295.00. The Office of Pre-Professional Programs will be on hand to provide insight on what it takes to be a standout candidate in all eight fields as well as provide information about programs and services offered by BGSU. More information or sign up here.

2.        Bowling Green State University’s Robotics Day Camp focuses on the BGSU new Mechatronics major and Robotics and will be held July 10-12, 2017.  More information or sign up here.

3.    University of Pittsburg will host a variety of Blue and Gold Days for the Class of 2018 and beyond to help search for your perfect college. For more information click here.

4.    As part of a statewide effort to make it possible for families to visit multiple private schools, Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio (AICUO) will host Ohio Independent College Visit Days June 26, June 27 and June 29.  For more information and a list of participating campuses, go to visit days link or check out the poster hanging on the Summer Opportunities wall.

5.    College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) helps you receive college credit for what you already know, for a fraction of the cost of a college course.  For more information pick up a flier on the magazine rack outside of the guidance office or go to CLEP link..

6.    College for Creative Studies’ Student exhibition info session will be May 25th, 4:30-8:00 p.m.  RSVP Online at College for Creative Studies link or Contact Sue Enright at senright@collegeforcreativestudies.edu or call at 313.664.7427.

7.    Enrollment is still open for summer science courses at Ohio State’s Stone Laboratory, The Ohio State University's island campus on Lake Erie. The one-week and five-week courses give you the unique opportunity to live and learn on a Lake Erie island. You'll spend time outdoors during our hands-on courses in biology, ecology, zoology or even sport fishing.  There are Stone Lab classes for students in any major. Don’t wait APPLY NOW!

8.        The University of Toledo’s Continuing Education and Workforce Development program will be offering numerous summer classes for 4 year olds through 12th graders that are designed to improve reading and study skills, and to stimulate greater interest in reading.  For more information pick up a flier on the bookshelf, outside of the guidance office or call 1-800-714-9194.

9.        Design Works Summer Academy to high school sophomores and juniors who would like to learn the impact design has in the world.  The camp will be July 9-21, 2017.  To apply go to bsu.edu/cap/designworks For more information check out the summer opportunities wall or contact Lori Pence at lpence@bsu.edu or 765-285-5879.

10. Defiance College will be hosting “Crime Investigation Camp” June 22-25, 2017 for current 9-11 grade students.  For more information or with any questions contact Sheldon Goodrum, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at sgoodrum@defiance.edu 419-783-2522 or go to their website at www.defiance/edu/got-clue/

11. The University of Dayton has three exciting residential engineering camps available this summer. For more information check out the poster on the Summer Opportunities wall.  Apply Early-space is limited.

12. The University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning’s DAAP Camps are opened to rising 6-12th graders.  DAAPcamps are weeklong immersions for high school and middle school students to explore their creative passion areas and expand their skills in specific artistic disciplines.  Set on the University of Cincinnati’s architecturally-renown campus and supervised by the faculty and staff at the globally recognized College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, each day at camp includes time spent on studio projects, field trips, and social activities for the perfect mix of practice and inspiration.  For more information copy and paste the following link your web browser go to daap.uc.edu/daapcamps.

13. Bowling Green State University Falcon Millionaires is a financial camp for kids entering 8th or 9th grade fall 2017.  Students can learn how to be a millionaire by the age of 40, work with businesses to develop problem solving techniques, study budgeting, banking, philanthropy, investing, careers, and entrepreneurship.   The cost is $150 and includes programming and lunch each day.  Camp scholarships are available on a financial need basis.  Additional information and registration can be found at www.bgsu.edu/falconmillionaires and applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

14. Blueprint Signature Summer Programs are available for students entering grades 9-12 and offers personal, innovative and super-fun pre-college programs that allow you to explore college life and gain critical skills to help you succeed.  For more information check out the information packet on the magazine rack in the hall outside of the guidance office, copy and paste bpsummerprograms.com in your web browser or call 877-415-11114.

15. Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

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May 17-19, 2017

CCP INFORMATION

ANY students wanting to take the in-house CCP classes MUST fill out a class change form to let guidance know what they would want to drop IF they get into the class(es).

 

SCHEDULE CHANGE REQUESTS

All schedule changes require a class change request form (located on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office) and are due in the guidance office by Friday, May 19th.  Schedule change requests made after May 19th will require a $25 fee.

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF MAY 17, 2017: $4,633,970.00

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

ANNIKA BARROW-Bowling Green State University

NOAH BOURGEOIS-DePaul University

HANNAH CALANDRA-Bowling Green State University

DANIELLE COTTERMAN-Colorado State University, Kent State University & The University of Toledo

BREAH DUSCHL-Colorado State University, Michigan State University, The Ohio State University, Wright State University & The University of Toledo

ELIZABETH HALSEY-Bowling Green State University

DAKOTA HENRY-Monroe County Community College

ELLE KELLERS-Cosmix-School of Professional Makeup Artistry

SYDNEY KRAUS-The University of Toledo

JOSH MARKS-The University of Toledo

JEFFREY NAPIER-Bowling Green State University, The University of Toledo & Tiffin University

MARISSA OWENS-The University of Toledo

BENTON REYNOLDS-Cleveland State University

LYRICKA ROBINSON-SMITH-Pratt MWP College of Art and Design

BENJAMIN SCHEIBER-University of Cincinnati, Purdue University, and The University of Toledo

ALYSSA THOMAS-Cleveland State University

K’MYA VILLAGOMEZ-SOUZA-The University of Toledo

 

ATTENTION CLASS OF 2017:

CLASS OF 2017 CURRENT TIMELINE:

·      May 24th Senior luncheon (senior students only)-TSA Garden after 3rd period dismisses.

·      May 26th-FULL DAY OF SCHOOL-ATTENDANCE WILL BE TAKEN

                          MAY 26TH LOGISTICS for Seniors:

§  Awards program (students only)-Report to the Valentine Theater NO LATER than 8:30 a.m.

§  Graduation walk through immediately following the Awards program

§  Return to TSA for lunch-All seniors will eat C Lunch

§  Check out-1st floor media lab-Please be sure to return all classroom materials to your teacher and have the teacher sign your pink check out form-PRIOR to your last day in their class.  To complete check out, you must have:

o   iPad

o   charger

o   lock

o   Pink check out form – with ALL TEACHERS signed off.

§  Field Day

·       June 3rd-Graduation Day (Everyone but the graduates need a ticket to enter)

§  Seniors must be at the Valentine Theater (Red State Door) NO LATER than 12:00 p.m..

§  Students must have

o   Cap (ALL DECORATIONS MUST BE PRE-PPROVED BY DR. MEAD)

o   Gown

o   Tassel

§  Ceremony starts promptly at 2:00 p.m.

§  Reception immediately following the ceremony

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.        Thanks to a generous contribution from NBCUniversal, the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) is proud to announce the NBCUniversal Tony Coelho Media Scholarship.  Eligible applicants undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities pursuing communications or media-related degrees. There will be eight (8) $5,625 scholarships awarded to help cover the cost of education at their college or university.  Applications must be received by 5:00pm ET on Monday, June 19th and can be completed at NBCUniversal Tony Coelho Media Scholarship application.

2.        Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans Inc. will be offering up to 1020 Career & Technical scholarships to students who complete high school by spring of 2017, Pell-eligibility, enrollment by fall 2017 with a commitment to pursue and complete a career or technical certificate/degree, and are a United States citizenship.  Students can apply beginning March 15 at Horatio Alger Associations' website. Their first priority deadline will be June 15, 2017.  For additional information regarding this program, please clink on this link

3.        Discover® Student Loans is giving away $100,000 in scholarships. Students can get tips and resources on paying for college and enter for a chance to win a $2,500 scholarship award.  No purchase or student loan necessary.  Enter now at College covered link. The deadline is December 31, 2017.

4.        Quest Bridge College Prep Scholars Program is offered to high school juniors who are typically in the top 5-10% of their class, earning mostly A’s in the most challenging courses available, whose family earns less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four) with minimal assets.  If you feel you are eligible and would like to be considered, please email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.  She will send your name in and they will send you information about applying to the College Prep Scholars Program. The application deadline is due May 22, 2017.

 

MISCELLANEOUS AND SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

Check out the Summer Opportunities wall outside of the guidance office.

 

1.        As part of a statewide effort to make it possible for families to visit multiple private schools, Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio (AICUO) will host Ohio Independent College Visit Days June 26, June 27 and June 29.  For more information and a list of participating campuses, go to visit days link or check out the poster hanging on the Summer Opportunities wall.

2.        College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) helps you receive college credit for what you already know, for a fraction of the cost of a college course.  For more information pick up a flier on the magazine rack outside of the guidance office or go to CLEP link..

3.        College for Creative Studies’ Student exhibition info session will be May 25th, 4:30-8:00 p.m.  RSVP Online at College for Creative Studies link or Contact Sue Enright at senright@collegeforcreativestudies.edu or call at 313.664.7427.

4.        Enrollment is still open for summer science courses at Ohio State’s Stone Laboratory, The Ohio State University's island campus on Lake Erie. The one-week and five-week courses give you the unique opportunity to live and learn on a Lake Erie island. You'll spend time outdoors during our hands-on courses in biology, ecology, zoology or even sport fishing.  There are Stone Lab classes for students in any major. Don’t wait APPLY NOW!

5.        The Toledo Museum of Art has summer art camps available in drawing, painting, sculpture, glass, metals, digital photography, and interactive electronic art.  Full scholarships are available for students of all ages.   For more information or to obtain scholarship or work-study applications: www.toledomuseum.org/learn/classes/ by calling 419-254-5080 or by emailing Sara Daniels, Education Programs Coordinator at sdaniels@toledomuseum.org.  Deadline for teen work-study application submission is May 21, 2017.

6.        The University of Toledo’s Continuing Education and Workforce Development program will be offering numerous summer classes for 4 year olds through 12th graders that are designed to improve reading and study skills, and to stimulate greater interest in reading.  For more information pick up a flier on the bookshelf, outside of the guidance office or call 1-800-714-9194.

7.        Design Works Summer Academy to high school sophomores and juniors who would like to learn the impact design has in the world.  The camp will be July 9-21, 2017.  To apply go to bsu.edu/cap/designworks For more information check out the summer opportunities wall or contact Lori Pence at lpence@bsu.edu or 765-285-5879.

8.        Defiance College will be hosting “Crime Investigation Camp” June 22-25, 2017 for current 9-11 grade students.  For more information or with any questions contact Sheldon Goodrum, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at sgoodrum@defiance.edu 419-783-2522 or go to their website at www.defiance/edu/got-clue/

9.        The University of Dayton has three exciting residential engineering camps available this summer. For more information check out the poster on the Summer Opportunities wall.  Apply Early-space is limited.

10. The University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning’s DAAP Camps are opened to rising 6-12th graders.  DAAPcamps are weeklong immersions for high school and middle school students to explore their creative passion areas and expand their skills in specific artistic disciplines.  Set on the University of Cincinnati’s architecturally-renown campus and supervised by the faculty and staff at the globally recognized College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, each day at camp includes time spent on studio projects, field trips, and social activities for the perfect mix of practice and inspiration.  For more information copy and paste the following link your web browser go to daap.uc.edu/daapcamps.

11. Bowling Green State University Falcon Millionaires is a financial camp for kids entering 8th or 9th grade fall 2017.  Students can learn how to be a millionaire by the age of 40, work with businesses to develop problem solving techniques, study budgeting, banking, philanthropy, investing, careers, and entrepreneurship.   The cost is $150 and includes programming and lunch each day.  Camp scholarships are available on a financial need basis.  Additional information and registration can be found at www.bgsu.edu/falconmillionaires and applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

12. Blueprint Signature Summer Programs are available for students entering grades 9-12 and offers personal, innovative and super-fun pre-college programs that allow you to explore college life and gain critical skills to help you succeed.  For more information check out the information packet on the magazine rack in the hall outside of the guidance office, copy and paste bpsummerprograms.com in your web browser or call 877-415-11114.

13. Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

 

 

_____________________________________

May 10-12, 2017

SCHEDULE CHANGE REQUESTS

All schedule changes require a class change request form (located on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office) and are due in the guidance office by Friday, May 19th.  Schedule change requests made after May 19th will require a $25 fee.

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF MAY 10, 2017: $4,431,370.00

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

ANNAE CHILDS-Saginaw Valley State University & The University of Toledo

 

ATTENTION CLASS OF 2017:

CLASS OF 2017 CURRENT TIMELINE:

·      May 12th –College acceptance and scholarship letters due to Mrs. Perry to be included in the graduation program

·      May 24th Senior luncheon (senior students only)-TSA Garden after 3rd period dismisses.

·      May 26th-FULL DAY OF SCHOOL-ATTENDANCE WILL BE TAKEN

          MAY 26TH LOGISTICS for Seniors:

***  Awards program (students only)-Report to the Valentine Theater NO LATER than 8:30 a.m.

***  Graduation walk through immediately following the Awards program

***  Return to TSA for lunch-All seniors will eat C Lunch

***  Check out-1st floor media lab-Please be sure to return all classroom materials to your teacher and have the teacher sign your pink check out form-PRIOR to your last day in their class.  To complete check out, you must have:

o   iPad

o   charger

o   lock

o   Pink check out form – with ALL TEACHERS signed off.

*** Field Day

.  June 3rd-Graduation Day (Everyone but the graduates need a ticket to enter)

§  Seniors must be at the Valentine Theater (Red State Door) NO LATER than 12:00 p.m..

§  Students must have

o   Cap (ALL DECORATIONS MUST BE APPROVED BY DR. MEAD)

o   Gown

o   Tassel

§  Ceremony starts promptly at 2:00 p.m.

§  Reception immediately following the ceremony

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.        Thanks to a generous contribution from NBCUniversal, the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) is proud to announce the NBCUniversal Tony Coelho Media Scholarship.  Eligible applicants undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities pursuing communications or media-related degrees. There will be eight (8) $5,625 scholarships awarded to help cover the cost of education at their college or university.  Applications must be received by 5:00pm ET on Monday, June 19th and can be completed at NBCUniversal Tony Coelho Media Scholarship application.

2.        Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans Inc. will be offering up to 1020 Career & Technical scholarships to students who complete high school by spring of 2017, Pell-eligibility, enrollment by fall 2017 with a commitment to pursue and complete a career or technical certificate/degree, and are a United States citizenship.  Students can apply beginning March 15 at Horatio Alger Associations' website. Their first priority deadline will be June 15, 2017.  For additional information regarding this program, please clink on this link

3.        Discover® Student Loans is giving away $100,000 in scholarships. Students can get tips and resources on paying for college and enter for a chance to win a $2,500 scholarship award.  No purchase or student loan necessary.  Enter now at College covered link. The deadline is December 31, 2017.

4.        Quest Bridge College Prep Scholars Program is offered to high school juniors who are typically in the top 5-10% of their class, earning mostly A’s in the most challenging courses available, whose family earns less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four) with minimal assets.  If you feel you are eligible and would like to be considered, please email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.  She will send your name in and they will send you information about applying to the College Prep Scholars Program. The application deadline is due May 22, 2017.

 

MISCELLANEOUS AND SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

Check out the Summer Opportunities wall outside of the guidance office.

 

1.    As part of a statewide effort to make it possible for families to visit multiple private schools, Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Ohio (AICUO) will host Ohio Independent College Visit Days June 26, June 27 and June 29.  For more information and a list of participating campuses, go to visit days link or check out the poster hanging on the Summer Opportunities wall.

2.    College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) helps you receive college credit for what you already know, for a fraction of the cost of a college course.  For more information pick up a flier on the magazine rack outside of the guidance office or go to CLEP link..

3.    College for Creative Studies’ Student exhibition info session will be May 25th, 4:30-8:00 p.m.  RSVP Online at College for Creative Studies link or Contact Sue Enright at senright@collegeforcreativestudies.edu or call at 313.664.7427.

4.    Enrollment is still open for summer science courses at Ohio State’s Stone Laboratory, The Ohio State's University's island campus on Lake Erie. The one-week and five-week courses give you the unique opportunity to live and learn on a Lake Erie island. You'll spend time outdoors during our hands-on courses in biology, ecology, zoology or even sport fishing.  There are Stone Lab classes for students in any major. Don’t wait APPLY NOW!

5.    The Toledo Museum of Art has summer art camps available in drawing, painting, sculpture, glass, metals, digital photography, and interactive electronic art.  Full scholarships are available for students of all ages.   For more information or to obtain scholarship or work-study applications: www.toledomuseum.org/learn/classes/ by calling 419-254-5080 or by emailing Sara Daniels, Education Programs Coordinator at sdaniels@toledomuseum.org.  Deadline for teen work-study application submission is May 21, 2017.

6.        The University of Toledo’s Continuing Education and Workforce Development program will be offering numerous summer classes for 4 year olds through 12th graders that are designed to improve reading and study skills, and to stimulate greater interest in reading.  For more information pick up a flier on the bookshelf, outside of the guidance office or call 1-800-714-9194.

7.        Design Works Summer Academy to high school sophomores and juniors who would like to learn the impact design has in the world.  The camp will be July 9-21, 2017.  To apply go to bsu.edu/cap/designworks For more information check out the summer opportunities wall or contact Lori Pence at lpence@bsu.edu or 765-285-5879.

8.        Defiance College will be hosting “Crime Investigation Camp” June 22-25, 2017 for current 9-11 grade students.  For more information or with any questions contact Sheldon Goodrum, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at sgoodrum@defiance.edu 419-783-2522 or go to their website at www.defiance/edu/got-clue/

9.        The University of Dayton has three exciting residential engineering camps available this summer. For more information check out the poster on the Summer Opportunities wall.  Apply Early-space is limited.

10. The University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning’s DAAP Camps are opened to rising 6-12th graders.  DAAPcamps are weeklong immersions for high school and middle school students to explore their creative passion areas and expand their skills in specific artistic disciplines.  Set on the University of Cincinnati’s architecturally-renown campus and supervised by the faculty and staff at the globally recognized College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, each day at camp includes time spent on studio projects, field trips, and social activities for the perfect mix of practice and inspiration.  For more information copy and paste the following link your web browser go to daap.uc.edu/daapcamps.

11. Bowling Green State University Falcon Millionaires is a financial camp for kids entering 8th or 9th grade fall 2017.  Students can learn how to be a millionaire by the age of 40, work with businesses to develop problem solving techniques, study budgeting, banking, philanthropy, investing, careers, and entrepreneurship.   The cost is $150 and includes programming and lunch each day.  Camp scholarships are available on a financial need basis.  Additional information and registration can be found at www.bgsu.edu/falconmillionaires and applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

12. Blueprint Signature Summer Programs are available for students entering grades 9-12 and offers personal, innovative and super-fun pre-college programs that allow you to explore college life and gain critical skills to help you succeed.  For more information check out the information packet on the magazine rack in the hall outside of the guidance office, copy and paste bpsummerprograms.com in your web browser or call 877-415-11114.

13. Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

_________________________________________

Senior updates-May 5, 2017

1.     Final Transcripts-Please be sure you enter your final transcript request in Naviance prior to Senior Check Out.  Please be aware it may say mid-year transcript, but be assured your final transcript will be sent to the college you indicated.  If your college choice changes from what you put on your grey declaration page, please be sure to advise Mrs. Perry before the end of the day June 9th, to ensure summer delivery.

2.     Graduation ticket clarification-Students will receive up to 14 graduation tickets from the order forms that were received before the March 16th deadline.  Any requests made after March 16th will be put on a waiting list.

3.     Classroom materials-All classroom materials need to be returned to the teacher before the last day in that class, and the pink check out form signed PRIOR to Senior Check Out Day..

 

CURRENT TIMELINE:

Monday, May 8-Cap and gowns- Pick up will be during lunches in the Flying Pig.  All fees and lunch accounts must be paid to pick up your cap and gown.  If you would like to decorate your cap, you are required to bring your design to the rehearsal/meeting on May 15th where Dr. Mead and Ms. Arnold will review and sign off.  You can also submit your cap design ahead of time by emailing SArnold@ts4arts.org and DMead@ts4arts.org .

 

Friday, May 12th-College acceptance and scholarship deadline to be included in the graduation program.

 

Monday May 15th-Graduation rehearsal-Report to your first period class and wait to be dismissed via the loud speakers.  Rehearsal will be held in the Flying Pig. Bring any cap designs to be approved.

 

Wednesday, May 24th-Senior Luncheon-(Students only please)Seniors will be dismissed 3rd period to TSA’s garden.

 

Friday, May 26th – Seniors Last Full Day-

·      Report to the Valentine Theater NO LATER than 8:30 for the awards program (students only please)

·      Mandatory meeting and walk through-at The Valentine Theater

·      Report back to TSA for lunch-All seniors will eat C Lunch

·      Report to the 1st floor media lab for check out and bring:

o   iPad

o   Charger

o   Lock

o   Pink check out form (Must have all teacher’s signatures prior to check out)

. Field day

Saturday, June 3-Graduation-(All family and friends will need a graduation ticket to enter the theater)

·      Students need to report to the Valentine Theater (Red State Door) NO LATER than 12:00 p.m.

·      Students must have:

o   Cap (All Decorations must be pre approved by Dr. Mead)

o   Gown

o   Tassel

·      Ceremony starts promptly at 2:00 p.m.  A graduation ticket is required for entry into the program.

·      Reception immediately following the ceremony.

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May 3-5, 2017

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF MAY 3, 2017: $4,402,170.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

BELLA HAACK-University of Northern Colorado

HANNAH LORDS-Kent State University

JEANNIE SINCIC- Cleveland State University & The University of Toledo

 

ATTENTION CLASS OF 2017:

1.        Graduation ticket clarification:

Students will receive up to 14 tickets from the graduation ticket order forms received.  Any tickets not requested on the order form will be put on a waiting list.  Please email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org if you have any questions.

2.        We have extra graduation announcements in the guidance office!  They are $1.50 a piece, and are first come first serve.  Please make checks payable to Jostens or have exact change.

 

CLASS OF 2017 CURRENT TIMELINE:

·      May 8th-Cap and Gown delivery during lunches in The Flying Pig.  All school fees must be paid for students to receive their cap and gown.

·      May 12th –College acceptance and scholarship letters due to Mrs. Perry to be included in the graduation program

·      May 24th Senior luncheon

·      May 26th-FULL DAY OF SCHOOL-ATTENDANCE WILL BE TAKEN

          MAY 26TH LOGISTICS:

§  Awards program-Report to the Valentine Theater NO LATER than 8:30 a.m.

§  Graduation walk through immediately following the Awards program

§  All seniors will eat C Lunch at TSA

§  Report to the 1st floor media lab @12:30 for check out bring:

o   iPad

o   charger

o   lock

o   Pink check out form – with ALL TEACHERS singed off.

§  Field Day & Check out day-SENIORS ARE REQUIRED TO STAY FOR A MANDATORY MEETING AFTER THE AWARDS PROGRAM, then go to TSA to check out.  Please be sure to return all materials to your teacher and have the teacher sign your pink check out form-PRIOR to your last day in their class).

·      June 3rd-Graduation Day!!

§  Seniors must be at the Valentine Theater (Red State Door) NO LATER than 12:00 p.m.

§  Students must have

o   Cap (ALL DECORATIONS MUST BE APPROVED BY DR. MEAD)

o   Gown

o   Tassel

§  Ceremony starts promptly at 2:00 p.m.

§  Reception immediately following the ceremony

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.        Thanks to a generous contribution from NBCUniversal, the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) is proud to announce the NBCUniversal Tony Coelho Media Scholarship.  Eligible applicants undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities pursuing communications or media-related degrees. There will be eight (8) $5,625 scholarships awarded to help cover the cost of education at their college or university.  Applications must be received by 5:00pm ET on Monday, June 19th and can be completed at NBCUniversal Tony Coelho Media Scholarship application.

2.        Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans Inc. will be offering up to 1020 Career & Technical scholarships to students who complete high school by spring of 2017, Pell-eligibility, enrollment by fall 2017 with a commitment to pursue and complete a career or technical certificate/degree, and are a United States citizenship.  Students can apply beginning March 15 at Horatio Alger Associations' website. Their first priority deadline will be June 15, 2017.  For additional information regarding this program, please clink on this link

3.        Discover® Student Loans is giving away $100,000 in scholarships. Students can get tips and resources on paying for college and enter for a chance to win a $2,500 scholarship award.  No purchase or student loan necessary.  Enter now at College covered link. The deadline is December 31, 2017.

4.        Quest Bridge College Prep Scholars Program is offered to high school juniors who are typically in the top 5-10% of their class, earning mostly A’s in the most challenging courses available, whose family earns less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four) with minimal assets.  If you feel you are eligible and would like to be considered, please email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.  She will send your name in and they will send you information about applying to the College Prep Scholars Program. The application deadline is due May 22, 2017.

 

 ACT/SAT DATES AND INFORMATION:

        ACT:

·      The June 10th ACT test registration deadline is May 5th with late registration dates of May 6-19 with a late fee.

                To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

SAT:

·      The June 3rd SAT test registration deadline is May 9th with a late paper registration deadline of May 16th and a late online/phone deadline of May 24th.  Test results will be available July 12th.

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

ACT or SAT participation is a re-enrollment requirement for rising 12th graders.​

 

MISCELLANEOUS AND SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

Check out the Summer Opportunities wall outside of the guidance office.

1.    College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) helps you receive college credit for what you already know, for a fraction of the cost of a college course.  For more information pick up a flier on the magazine rack outside of the guidance office or go to CLEP link..

2.    College for Creative Studies’ Student exhibition info session will be May 25th, 4:30-8:00 p.m.  RSVP Online at College for Creative Studies link or Contact Sue Enright at senright@collegeforcreativestudies.edu or call at 313.664.7427.

3.    Enrollment is still open for summer science courses at Ohio State’s Stone Laboratory, The Ohio State's University's island campus on Lake Erie. The one-week and five-week courses give you the unique opportunity to live and learn on a Lake Erie island. You'll spend time outdoors during our hands-on courses in biology, ecology, zoology or even sport fishing.  There are Stone Lab classes for students in any major. Don’t wait APPLY NOW!

4.    The Toledo Museum of Art has summer art camps available in drawing, painting, sculpture, glass, metals, digital photography, and interactive electronic art.  Full scholarships are available for students of all ages.   For more information or to obtain scholarship or work-study applications: www.toledomuseum.org/learn/classes/ by calling 419-254-5080 or by emailing Sara Daniels, Education Programs Coordinator at sdaniels@toledomuseum.org.  Deadline for teen work-study application submission is May 21, 2017.

5.        The University of Toledo’s Continuing Education and Workforce Development program will be offering numerous summer classes for 4 year olds through 12th graders that are designed to improve reading and study skills, and to stimulate greater interest in reading.  For more information pick up a flier on the bookshelf, outside of the guidance office or call 1-800-714-9194.

6.        Design Works Summer Academy to high school sophomores and juniors who would like to learn the impact design has in the world.  The camp will be July 9-21, 2017.  To apply go to bsu.edu/cap/designworks For more information check out the summer opportunities wall or contact Lori Pence at lpence@bsu.edu or 765-285-5879.

7.        Defiance College will be hosting “Crime Investigation Camp” June 22-25, 2017 for current 9-11 grade students.  For more information or with any questions contact Sheldon Goodrum, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at sgoodrum@defiance.edu 419-783-2522 or go to their website at www.defiance/edu/got-clue/

8.        The University of Dayton has three exciting residential engineering camps available this summer. For more information check out the poster on the Summer Opportunities wall.  Apply Early-space is limited.

9.        The University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning’s DAAP Camps are opened to rising 6-12th graders.  DAAPcamps are weeklong immersions for high school and middle school students to explore their creative passion areas and expand their skills in specific artistic disciplines.  Set on the University of Cincinnati’s architecturally-renown campus and supervised by the faculty and staff at the globally recognized College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, each day at camp includes time spent on studio projects, field trips, and social activities for the perfect mix of practice and inspiration.  For more information copy and paste the following link your web browser go to daap.uc.edu/daapcamps.

10. Bowling Green State University Falcon Millionaires is a financial camp for kids entering 8th or 9th grade fall 2017.  Students can learn how to be a millionaire by the age of 40, work with businesses to develop problem solving techniques, study budgeting, banking, philanthropy, investing, careers, and entrepreneurship.   The cost is $150 and includes programming and lunch each day.  Camp scholarships are available on a financial need basis.  Additional information and registration can be found at www.bgsu.edu/falconmillionaires and applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

11. Blueprint Signature Summer Programs are available for students entering grades 9-12 and offers personal, innovative and super-fun pre-college programs that allow you to explore college life and gain critical skills to help you succeed.  For more information check out the information packet on the magazine rack in the hall outside of the guidance office, copy and paste bpsummerprograms.com in your web browser or call 877-415-11114.

12. Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

_____________________________

April 26-28, 2017

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF APRIL 26, 2017: $4,402,170.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

BETH BOSTLEMAN-Georgia Tech & The University of Toledo

JOHN CONTOS-Wittenberg University

SAMANTHA CORNELL-Bowling Green State University & School of the Art Institute of Chicago

MITCH FERRIS-Eastern Michigan University, The Ohio State University, Purdue University, The University of Dayton & The University of Toledo

BELLA HAACK-Molloy College & Savannah College of Art and Design

BENJAMIN SCHEIBER-The Ohio State University

REAGAN SHULL-Loyola University Chicago, Miami University, The Ohio State University, Ohio University, Wittenberg University, The College of Wooster, Wright State University & Xavier University

 

ATTENTION CLASS OF 2017:

1.  May 1st is College Declaration Day.  Please be sure to enter your final transcript request in Naviance for your college of choice, before Senior Check out Day.  In addition, you will complete an end of the year form where you will also declare your plans for after college.  The guidance office closes for the summer, so be sure to advise Mrs. Perry (bperry@ts4arts.org) of any changes as soon as possible.

 

2.  All students will receive up to 14 graduation tickets, upon completion of Senior Check out Days in May.   If you find you will not need all the tickets that were ordered, please let Mrs. Perry know as soon as you can.

 

3.  We have extra graduation announcements in the guidance office!  They are $1.50 a piece, and are first come first serve.  Please make checks payable to Jostens or have exact change.

 

CURRENT TIMELINE:

·      April 27th-Class Meeting & Suicide Prevention Presentation

·      April 28th-All fees/balances are due

·      May 8th-Cap and Gown delivery during lunches in The Flying Pig

·      May 12th –College acceptance and scholarship letters due to Mrs. Perry to be included in the graduation program

·      May 24th Senior luncheon

·      May 26th-Awards program & Check out day-SENIORS ARE REQUIRED TO STAY FOR A MANDATORY MEETING AFTER THE AWARDS PROGRAM, then go to TSA to check out.  Please be sure to return all materials to your teacher PRIOR to your last day in their class)

·      June 3rd-Graduation Day!!

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.        Thanks to a generous contribution from NBCUniversal, the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) is proud to announce the NBCUniversal Tony Coelho Media Scholarship.  Eligible applicants undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities pursuing communications or media-related degrees. There will be eight (8) $5,625 scholarships awarded to help cover the cost of education at their college or university.  Applications must be received by 5:00pm ET on Monday, June 19th and can be completed at NBCUniversal Tony Coelho Media Scholarship application.

2.        Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans Inc. will be offering up to 1020 Career & Technical scholarships to students who complete high school by spring of 2017, Pell-eligibility, enrollment by fall 2017 with a commitment to pursue and complete a career or technical certificate/degree, and are a United States citizenship.  Students can apply beginning March 15 at Horatio Alger Associations' website. Their first priority deadline will be June 15, 2017.  For additional information regarding this program, please clink on this link

3.        Discover® Student Loans is giving away $100,000 in scholarships. Students can get tips and resources on paying for college and enter for a chance to win a $2,500 scholarship award.  No purchase or student loan necessary.  Enter now at College covered link. The deadline is December 31, 2017.

4.        Quest Bridge College Prep Scholars Program is offered to high school juniors who are typically in the top 5-10% of their class, earning mostly A’s in the most challenging courses available, whose family earns less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four) with minimal assets.  If you feel you are eligible and would like to be considered, please email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.  She will send your name in and they will send you information about applying to the College Prep Scholars Program. The application deadline is due May 22, 2017.

 

STATE SPONSORED ACT UPDATE FOR JUNIORS:

All current Juniors will be taking the ACT at TSA on May 3rd. This is the only makeup test day ACT allows, so we encourage all juniors to be in attendance. There will be no makeup dates for State sponsored ACT testing after May 3rd. Therefore, if your student is not in attendance, the family will be financially responsible for ACT participation.

 

For ACT practice and guidance visit ODE's website or ACT's website.

 

Reminder:

ACT or SAT participation is a re-enrollment requirement for rising 12th graders.​

 

 ACT/SAT DATES AND INFORMATION:

        ACT:

·      The June 10th ACT test registration deadline is May 5th with late registration dates of May 6-19 with a late fee.

                To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

·      The next Carol G. Hall, Inc. ACT Prep class will begin April 29th.  For more information pick up a pamphlet on the guidance bookshelf or go to www.premiercollegeprep.com.

 

SAT:  The June 3rd  SAT test registration deadline is May 9th with a late paper registration deadline of May 16th  and a late online/phone deadline of May 24th.  Test results will be available July 12th .

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

MISCELLANEOUS AND SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

Check out the Summer Opportunities wall outside of the guidance office.

 

1.    Anne Grady Services are currently searching for candidates who are team-oriented, self-motivated and enjoy working with people.  These positions require no experience so it is a great opportunity for graduating students to gain valuable work experience while making a difference in the lives of others.  For more information or to apply go to: Anne Grady link.

2.    DAAPworks Showcase will be held April 26-29, with an opening reception on April 25th.  DAAPworks Showcase highlights the creative output of each year’s graduating class, at the top-ranked University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning.  For more information go to: DAAPworks Showcase link.

3.    Enrollment is still open for summer science courses at Ohio State’s Stone Laboratory, The Ohio State's University's island campus on Lake Erie. The one-week and five-week courses give you the unique opportunity to live and learn on a Lake Erie island. You'll spend time outdoors during our hands-on courses in biology, ecology, zoology or even sport fishing.  There are Stone Lab classes for students in any major. Don’t wait APPLY NOW!

4.    The Toledo Museum of Art has summer art camps available in drawing, painting, sculpture, glass, metals, digital photography, and interactive electronic art.  Full scholarships are available for students of all ages.   For more information or to obtain scholarship or work-study applications: www.toledomuseum.org/learn/classes/ by calling 419-254-5080 or by emailing Sara Daniels, Education Programs Coordinator at sdaniels@toledomuseum.org.  Deadline for teen work-study application submission is May 21, 2017.

5.        The University of Toledo’s Continuing Education and Workforce Development program will be offering numerous summer classes for 4 year olds through 12th graders that are designed to improve reading and study skills, and to stimulate greater interest in reading.  For more information pick up a flier on the bookshelf, outside of the guidance office or call 1-800-714-9194.

6.        Design Works Summer Academy to high school sophomores and juniors who would like to learn the impact design has in the world.  The camp will be July 9-21, 2017.  To apply go to bsu.edu/cap/designworks For more information check out the summer opportunities wall or contact Lori Pence at lpence@bsu.edu or 765-285-5879.

7.        Defiance College will be hosting “Crime Investigation Camp” June 22-25, 2017 for current 9-11 grade students.  For more information or with any questions contact Sheldon Goodrum, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at sgoodrum@defiance.edu 419-783-2522 or go to their website at www.defiance/edu/got-clue/

8.        The University of Dayton has three exciting residential engineering camps available this summer. For more information check out the poster on the Summer Opportunities wall.  Apply Early-space is limited.

9.        As part of the George Washington University’s Pre-College program, GW continues the long tradition of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design dynamic and challenging summer art courses for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors.  The application deadline is May 1, 2017.  For more information copy and paste Precollege.gwu.edu/arts into your browser.

10. The University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning’s DAAP Camps are opened to rising 6-12th graders.  DAAPcamps are weeklong immersions for high school and middle school students to explore their creative passion areas and expand their skills in specific artistic disciplines.  Set on the University of Cincinnati’s architecturally-renown campus and supervised by the faculty and staff at the globally recognized College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, each day at camp includes time spent on studio projects, field trips, and social activities for the perfect mix of practice and inspiration.  For more information copy and paste the following link your web browser go to daap.uc.edu/daapcamps.

11. Bowling Green State University Falcon Millionaires is a financial camp for kids entering 8th or 9th grade fall 2017.  Students can learn how to be a millionaire by the age of 40, work with businesses to develop problem solving techniques, study budgeting, banking, philanthropy, investing, careers, and entrepreneurship.   The cost is $150 and includes programming and lunch each day.  Camp scholarships are available on a financial need basis.  Additional information and registration can be found at www.bgsu.edu/falconmillionaires and applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

12. Blueprint Signature Summer Programs are available for students entering grades 9-12 and offers personal, innovative and super-fun pre-college programs that allow you to explore college life and gain critical skills to help you succeed.  For more information check out the information packet on the magazine rack in the hall outside of the guidance office, copy and paste bpsummerprograms.com in your web browser or call 877-415-11114.

13. Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

______________________________________________

April 12, 2017

Jostens orders were delivered today during lunches.  If your child has not picked their order up yet, they can before 3:30 today, 2:00 tomorrow, or after Spring Break.

In addition, there are extra graduation announcements available for sale for $1.50 each.  There is a limited supply, and are first come, first serve.  

Please make checks payable to Jostens or have exact change.

If you have any questions or concerns, please let me know!

bperry@ts4arts.org

419-246-8732 x-300

__________________________________

April 12 & 13, 2017

 

The guidance office will be closed for Spring break.

Any transcript/record requests need to be made by the end of the day Wednesday April 12th to guarantee completion before Spring break.

  

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF APRIL 12, 2017:

$3,361,290.00

 

ATTENTION CLASS OF 2017:

1.  May 1st is College Declaration Day.  You will need to be sure to enter your college choice in Naviance so final transcripts can be sent.  In addition, you will complete an end of the year form where you will also declare your after college plans.

 

2.  All students will receive up to 14 graduation tickets, upon completion of Senior Check out Days in May.   If you find you will not need all the tickets that were ordered, please let Mrs. Perry know as soon as you can.

 

CURRENT TIMELINE:

·      April 27th-Class Meeting

·      April 28th-All fees are due

·      May 8th-Cap and Gown delivery during lunches in The Flying Pig

·      May 12th –College acceptance and scholarship letters due to Mrs. Perry to be included in the graduation program

·      May 24th Senior luncheon

·      May 26th Last full day of school for seniors.  Here are the logistics:

ü  Awards program (Valentine Theater)

ü  Mandatory graduation meeting (Valentine Theater)

ü  Check out (Toledo School for the Arts 1st floor media center

ü  Lunch

ü  Field Day

·      June 3rd-Graduation Day!!

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.        AAA Northwest Ohio will select one graduating senior to receive a $1,000 Safety Patrol Scholarship.  The scholarship goes to a former Safety Patrol Guard who has contributed to community organizations, involved in extracurricular activities, has a strong academic record and will continue to pursue higher education.  Interested students should submit an application to your school counselor by May 1st, 2017.  Applications can be found in the student drive or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

2.        Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans Inc. will be offering up to 1020 Career & Technical scholarships to students who complete high school by spring of 2017, Pell-eligibility, enrollment by fall 2017 with a commitment to pursue and complete a career or technical certificate/degree, and are a United States citizenship.  Students can apply beginning March 15 at Horatio Alger Associations' website. Their first priority deadline will be June 15, 2017.  For additional information regarding this program, please visit scholars.horatioalger.org

3.        Discover® Student Loans is giving away $100,000 in scholarships. Students can get tips and resources on paying for college and enter for a chance to win a $2,500 scholarship award.  No purchase or student loan necessary.  Enter now at CollegeCovered.com/Assist. The deadline is December 31, 2017.

4.        Quest Bridge College Prep Scholars Program is offered to high school juniors who are typically in the top 5-10% of their class, earning mostly A’s in the most challenging courses available, whose family earns less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four) with minimal assets.  If you feel you are eligible and would like to be considered, please email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.  She will send your name in and they will send you information about applying to the College Prep Scholars Program. The application deadline is due May 22, 2017.

5.        Horace and Letitia Newton Scholarship Fund was established by Horace and Letitia Newton to provide scholarship grants to graduates of Toledo area schools.  Applicants must be a current senior or graduate of a Toledo area high school.  Applications are not reviewed or processed until all materials requested are submitted with the application.  The deadline for submission is April 15, 2017.  For more information sign into your Naviance account, check out the student-shared drive, or email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org for a packet.

 

STATE SPONSORED ACT UPDATE FOR JUNIORS:

All current Juniors will be taking the ACT at TSA on May 3rd. This is the only makeup test day ACT allows, so we encourage all juniors to be in attendance. There will be no makeup dates for State sponsored ACT testing after May 3rd. Therefore, if your student is not in attendance, the family will be financially responsible for ACT participation.

 

For ACT practice and guidance visit ODE's website or ACT's website.

 

Reminder:

ACT or SAT participation is a re-enrollment requirement for rising 12th graders.​

 

 ACT/SAT DATES AND INFORMATION:

ACT:

·      The June 10th ACT test registration deadline is May 5th with late registration dates of May 6-19 with a late fee.

                To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

·      The next Carol G. Hall, Inc. ACT Prep class will begin April 29th.  For more information pick up a pamphlet on the guidance bookshelf or go to www.premiercollegeprep.com.

 

SAT:

·      The June 3rd SAT test registration deadline is May 9th with a late paper registration deadline of May 16th and a late online/phone deadline of May 24th.  Test results will be available July 12th.

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

Check out the Summer Opportunities wall outside of the guidance office.

1.        Miami University Summer Scholars Program is an opportunity for academically talented rising high school juniors and seniors to spend two weeks on Miami’s campus exploring a topic of their choice with an acclaimed Miami faculty member.  The program offers students a significant advantage in the college application process, with structured workshops focused on application essay writing, an introduction to financial aid and scholarships, and sessions on developing leadership skills.  Participants who choose to apply to Miami will also receive priority consideration for Miami merit scholarships and the University’s premier academic programs-the University Honors Program and the University Academic Scholars Program. Apply by May 1, 2017 at: Miami Summer Scholars

2.        Ohio Northern University gives you a chance to take courses in Japanese and learn more about Japanese culture first hand-all while earning college credit.  The camp will be offered July 16-29.  For more information and to receive an application visit ONU Summer Camp linke or contact Dr. Russ Crawford at 419-772-2081 or r-crawford.2@onu.edu.  Application deadline is June 1 2017.

3.        The Toledo Museum of Art has summer art camps available in drawing, painting, sculpture, glass, metals, digital photography, and interactive electronic art.  Full scholarships are available for students of all ages.   For more information or to obtain scholarship or work-study applications: www.toledomuseum.org/learn/classes/ by calling 419-254-5080 or by emailing Sara Daniels, Education Programs Coordinator at sdaniels@toledomuseum.org.  Deadline for teen work-study application submission is May 21, 2017.

4.        The University of Toledo’s Continuing Education and Workforce Development program will be offering numerous summer classes for 4 year olds through 12th graders that are designed to improve reading and study skills, and to stimulate greater interest in reading.  For more information pick up a flier on the bookshelf, outside of the guidance office or call 1-800-714-9194.

5.        Design Works Summer Academy to high school sophomores and juniors who would like to learn the impact design has in the world.  The camp will be July 9-21, 2017.  To apply go to bsu.edu/cap/designworks For more information check out the summer opportunities wall or contact Lori Pence at lpence@bsu.edu or 765-285-5879.

6.        Defiance College will be hosting “Crime Investigation Camp” June 22-25, 2017 for current 9-11 grade students.  For more information or with any questions contact Sheldon Goodrum, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at sgoodrum@defiance.edu 419-783-2522 or go to their website at www.defiance/edu/got-clue/

7.        The University of Dayton has three exciting residential engineering camps available this summer. For more information check out the poster on the Summer Opportunities wall.  Apply Early-space is limited.

8.        As part of the George Washington University’s Pre-College program, GW continues the long tradition of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design dynamic and challenging summer art courses for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors.  The application deadline is May 1, 2017.  For more information copy and paste Precollege.gwu.edu/arts into your browser.

9.        Cleveland Institute of Art Pre-College Program is opened to students in grades 9, 10, and 11.  Students will spend two or four weeks experiencing life as an art and design student.  For more information copy and paste cia.edu/precollege in your web browser. Applications can be submitted February 1-April 15, 2017.

10. The University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning’s DAAP Camps are opened to rising 6-12th graders.  DAAPcamps are weeklong immersions for high school and middle school students to explore their creative passion areas and expand their skills in specific artistic disciplines.  Set on the University of Cincinnati’s architecturally-renown campus and supervised by the faculty and staff at the globally recognized College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, each day at camp includes time spent on studio projects, field trips, and social activities for the perfect mix of practice and inspiration.  For more information copy and paste the following link your web browser go to daap.uc.edu/daapcamps.

11. Bowling Green State University Falcon Millionaires is a financial camp for kids entering 8th or 9th grade fall 2017.  Students can learn how to be a millionaire by the age of 40, work with businesses to develop problem solving techniques, study budgeting, banking, philanthropy, investing, careers, and entrepreneurship.   The cost is $150 and includes programming and lunch each day.  Camp scholarships are available on a financial need basis.  Additional information and registration can be found at www.bgsu.edu/falconmillionaires and applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

12. Blueprint Signature Summer Programs are available for students entering grades 9-12 and offers personal, innovative and super-fun pre-college programs that allow you to explore college life and gain critical skills to help you succeed.  For more information check out the information packet on the magazine rack in the hall outside of the guidance office, copy and paste bpsummerprograms.com in your web browser or call 877-415-11114.

13. Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

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April 11, 2017

GUIDANCE OFFICE HOURS: Please keep in mind the guidance office will be closed for Spring Break.  All transcript/record requests must be received by the guidance office by the end of the day Wednesday, April 12th to guarantee completion before Spring break.

CLASS OF 2017: Any announcements or extra items ordered from Jostens will be delivered tomorrow, Wednesday, April 12th during lunches in the Flying Pig.    Caps and gowns will be delivered May 8th.  Balances must be paid to pick up your order.  Please make your final payment online at payments.jostens.com or have the exact amount in cash, as personal checks are no longer accepted.  If you have any questions please call Jostens at 1-800-567-8367.

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April 5-7, 2017

 

The guidance office will be closed for Spring break.

Any transcript/record requests need to be made by the end of the day Wednesday April 12th to guarantee completion before Spring break.

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

BOBBI BARANEK-Ohio Northern University

MAEGAN FLENIKEN-Fashion Institute of Technology

BELLA HAACK-The University of Utah

MEGAN SOPHER-Cleveland State University

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF APRIL 5, 2017:

$3,361,290.00

 

ATTENTION CLASS OF 2017:

1.  Please keep in mind the guidance office will be closed for Spring Break.  All transcript requests must be received by the guidance office by the end of the day Wednesday, April 12th to guarantee completion before Spring break.

 

2.  May 1st is College Declaration Day.  You will need to be sure to enter your college choice in Naviance so final transcripts can be sent.  In addition, you will complete an end of the year form where you will also declare your after college plans.

 

3.  All students will receive up to 13 graduation tickets, upon completion of Senior Check out Days in May.   If you find you will not need all the tickets that were ordered, please let Mrs. Perry know as soon as you can.

 

CURRENT TIMELINE:

·      April 12th-Graduation announcement delivery during lunches in The Flying Pig-Balances must be paid to pick up your order.  Please make your final payment online at payments.jostens.com or have the exact amount in cash today, as personal checks are no longer accepted.

·      April 27th-Class Meeting

·      April 28th-All fees are due

·      May 8th-Cap and Gown delivery during lunches in The Flying Pig

·      May 12th –College acceptance and scholarship letters due to Mrs. Perry to be included in the graduation program

·      May 24th Senior luncheon

·      May 26th-Awards program (Students only) & Seniors last day (SENIORS ARE REQUIRED TO STAY FOR A MANDATORY MEETING AFTER THE AWARDS PROGRAM)

·      June 3rd-Graduation Day!!

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.        Owens Community College Board of Trustees will be offering a scholarship to Direct from High School students who graduate this year from a high school located in their legal district with a cumulative grade point average that demonstrates academic excellence and is available to students who declare a degree or certificate with the intent to complete at Owens.  For more information or to apply go to Owens Trustee Scholarship's link.

2.        Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans Inc. will be offering up to 1020 Career & Technical scholarships to students who complete high school by spring of 2017, Pell-eligibility, enrollment by fall 2017 with a commitment to pursue and complete a career or technical certificate/degree, and are a United States citizenship.  Students can apply beginning March 15 at Horatio Alger Associations' website. Their first priority deadline will be June 15, 2017.  For additional information regarding this program, please visit scholars.horatioalger.org

3.        Discover® Student Loans is giving away $100,000 in scholarships. Students can get tips and resources on paying for college and enter for a chance to win a $2,500 scholarship award.  No purchase or student loan necessary.  Enter now at CollegeCovered.com/Assist. The deadline is December 31, 2017.

4.        Quest Bridge College Prep Scholars Program is offered to high school juniors who are typically in the top 5-10% of their class, earning mostly A’s in the most challenging courses available, whose family earns less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four) with minimal assets.  If you feel you are eligible and would like to be considered, please email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.  She will send your name in and they will send you information about applying to the College Prep Scholars Program. The application deadline is due May 22, 2017.

5.        Horace and Letitia Newton Scholarship Fund was established by Horace and Letitia Newton to provide scholarship grants to graduates of Toledo area schools.  Applicants must be a current senior or graduate of a Toledo area high school.  Applications are not reviewed or processed until all materials requested are submitted with the application.  The deadline for submission is April 15, 2017.  For more information sign into your Naviance account, check out the student-shared drive, or email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org for a packet.

 

STATE SPONSORED ACT UPDATE FOR JUNIORS:

All current Juniors will be taking the ACT at TSA on May 3rd. This is the only makeup test day ACT allows, so we encourage all juniors to be in attendance. There will be no makeup dates for State sponsored ACT testing after May 3rd. Therefore, if your student is not in attendance, the family will be financially responsible for ACT participation.

 

For ACT practice and guidance visit ODE's website or ACT's website.

 

Reminder:

ACT or SAT participation is a re-enrollment requirement for rising 12th graders.​

 

 ACT/SAT DATES AND INFORMATION:

ACT:

·      The June 10th ACT test registration deadline is May 5th with late registration dates of May 6-19 with a late fee.

 

                To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

·      The next Carol G. Hall, Inc. ACT Prep class will begin April 29th.  For more information pick up a pamphlet on the guidance bookshelf or go to www.premiercollegeprep.com.

 

SAT:

·      The May 6th SAT test registration deadline is April 7th with a late paper registration deadline of April 18th and a late online/phone deadline of April 25th.  Test results will be available June 8th.

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

  

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

Check out the Summer Opportunities wall outside of the guidance office.

1.        The Toledo Museum of Art has summer art camps available in drawing, painting, sculpture, glass, metals, digital photography, and interactive electronic art.  Full scholarships are available for students of all ages.   For more information or to obtain scholarship or work-study applications: www.toledomuseum.org/learn/classes/ by calling 419-254-5080 or by emailing Sara Daniels, Education Programs Coordinator at sdaniels@toledomuseum.org.  Deadline for teen work-study application submission is May 21, 2017.

2.        The University of Toledo’s Continuing Education and Workforce Development program will be offering numerous summer classes for 4 year olds through 12th graders that are designed to improve reading and study skills, and to stimulate greater interest in reading.  For more information pick up a flier on the bookshelf, outside of the guidance office or call 1-800-714-9194.

3.        Design Works Summer Academy to high school sophomores and juniors who would like to learn the impact design has in the world.  The camp will be July 9-21, 2017.  To apply go to bsu.edu/cap/designworks For more information check out the summer opportunities wall or contact Lori Pence at lpence@bsu.edu or 765-285-5879.

4.        Defiance College will be hosting “Crime Investigation Camp” June 22-25, 2017 for current 9-11 grade students.  For more information or with any questions contact Sheldon Goodrum, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at sgoodrum@defiance.edu 419-783-2522 or go to their website at www.defiance/edu/got-clue/

5.        The University of Dayton has three exciting residential engineering camps available this summer. For more information check out the poster on the Summer Opportunities wall.  Apply Early-space is limited.

6.        As part of the George Washington University’s Pre-College program, GW continues the long tradition of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design dynamic and challenging summer art courses for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors.  The application deadline is May 1, 2017.  For more information copy and paste Precollege.gwu.edu/arts into your browser.

7.        Cleveland Institute of Art Pre-College Program is opened to students in grades 9, 10, and 11.  Students will spend two or four weeks experiencing life as an art and design student.  For more information copy and paste cia.edu/precollege in your web browser. Applications can be submitted February 1-April 15, 2017.

8.        The University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning’s DAAP Camps are opened to rising 6-12th graders.  DAAPcamps are weeklong immersions for high school and middle school students to explore their creative passion areas and expand their skills in specific artistic disciplines.  Set on the University of Cincinnati’s architecturally-renown campus and supervised by the faculty and staff at the globally recognized College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, each day at camp includes time spent on studio projects, field trips, and social activities for the perfect mix of practice and inspiration.  For more information copy and paste the following link your web browser go to daap.uc.edu/daapcamps.

9.        Bowling Green State University Falcon Millionaires is a financial camp for kids entering 8th or 9th grade fall 2017.  Students can learn how to be a millionaire by the age of 40, work with businesses to develop problem solving techniques, study budgeting, banking, philanthropy, investing, careers, and entrepreneurship.   The cost is $150 and includes programming and lunch each day.  Camp scholarships are available on a financial need basis.  Additional information and registration can be found at www.bgsu.edu/falconmillionaires and applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

10. Blueprint Signature Summer Programs are available for students entering grades 9-12 and offers personal, innovative and super-fun pre-college programs that allow you to explore college life and gain critical skills to help you succeed.  For more information check out the information packet on the magazine rack in the hall outside of the guidance office, copy and paste bpsummerprograms.com in your web browser or call 877-415-11114.

11. Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

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The guidance office will be closed for Spring break.

Any documentation requests need to be made by the end of the day Wednesday April 12th to guarantee completion before Spring break.

________________________________________________________

March 29-31, 2017

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF MARCH 29, 2017:

$3,261,290.00

 

ATTENTION CLASS OF 2017:

·      All students will receive up to 13 graduation tickets, upon completion of Senior Check out Days in May.   If you find you will not need all the tickets that were ordered, please let Mrs. Perry know as soon as you can.

·      April 12th-Graduation announcement delivery during lunches in The Flying Pig

·      April 27th-Class Meeting

·      April 28th-All fees are due

·      May 8th-Cap and Gown delivery during lunches in The Flying Pig

·      May 12th –College acceptance and scholarship letters due to Mrs. Perry to be included in the graduation program

·      May 24th Senior luncheon

·      May 26th-Awards program & Seniors last day (SENIORS ARE REQUIRED TO STAY FOR A MANDATORY MEETING AFTER THE AWARDS PROGRAM)

·      June 3rd-Graduation Day!!

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.        Horatio Alger Association of Distinguished Americans Inc. will be offering up to 1020 Career & Technical scholarships to students who complete high school by spring of 2017, Pell-eligibility, enrollment by fall 2017 with a commitment to pursue and complete a career or technical certificate/degree, and are a United States citizenship.  Students can apply beginning March 15 at application.  Their first priority deadline will be June 15, 2017.  For additional information regarding this program, please visit scholars.horatioalger.org

2.        To qualify for the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., students must be a senior have at least a cumulative grade point average of 3.0, have been accepted to an accredited college or university (Fall 2017) and complete a scholarship application (found in the student shared drive or email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org).  Completed application packet (including the student’s official transcript, which can be received by emailing a request to Mrs. Perry) must be mailed to Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority scholarship committee and post-marked by March 31, 2017.

3.        Discover® Student Loans is giving away $100,000 in scholarships. Students can get tips and resources on paying for college and enter for a chance to win a $2,500 scholarship award.  No purchase or student loan necessary.  Enter now at CollegeCovered.com/Assist. The deadline is December 31, 2017.

4.        The Education Committee of Sylvania Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to offer a scholarship program for Sylvania area high school students.  Scholarships (non-renewable) will be awarded to area high school students who meet the following eligibility requirements: 1. Be a resident of the City of Sylvania or Sylvania Township or reside within the Sylvania School district. 2.  Be a graduating high school senior planning to attend an accredited post-secondary program. Applications can be obtained from the student-shared drive, by emailing the Sylvania Area   Chamber of Commerce by calling 419-882-2135 or email at kate@sylvaniachamber.org.  The                application will also be available on the website, www.sylvaniachamber.org. The application must be postmarked no later than March 31, 2017.

5.        Quest Bridge College Prep Scholars Program is offered to high school juniors who are typically in the top 5-10% of their class, earning mostly A’s in the most challenging courses available, whose family earns less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four) with minimal assets.  If you feel you are eligible and would like to be considered, please email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.  She will send your name in and they will send you information about applying to the College Prep Scholars Program. The application deadline is due May 22, 2017.

6.        Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc. will be offering a $1, 000 scholarship to one student from a Toledo area high school who has a cumulative GPA of 2.5 and has been accepted to an accredited business college, college/university, or vocational school.  For more information check out the student shared drive or your Naviance account.  An application is required and the deadline is March 31, 2017.  For any questions please contact Salena S. Ferguson at salena.ferguson10@gmail.com

7.        Glass City Federal Credit Union is awarding five $1,000 scholarships to area high school seniors who will be attending a 2- to 4-year accredited post-secondary institution in the 2017-2018 school year; is a member of Glass City Federal (or a parent, stepparent, or legal guardian is a member); and submits the completed application and required essay by March 31, 2017. You can obtain a copy of the application and more information by signing into your Naviance account, checking the student shared or emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

8.        Horace and Letitia Newton Scholarship Fund was established by Horace and Letitia Newton to provide scholarship grants to graduates of Toledo area schools.  Applicants must be a current senior or graduate of a Toledo area high school.  Applications are not reviewed or processed until all materials requested are submitted with the application.  The deadline for submission is April 15, 2017.  For more information sign into your Naviance account, check out the student-shared drive, or email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org for a packet.

9.        Northwest Ohio CU Outreach Alliance Scholarship Program will be offering Cash for College to qualified seniors planning to pursue post-secondary education.  You do not need to be a credit union member.  Application deadline is March 31, 2017.  For more information sign into Naviance or check out the student shared drive.

 

STATE SPONSORED ACT UPDATE FOR JUNIORS:

All current Juniors will be taking the ACT at TSA on May 3rd. This is the only makeup test day ACT allows, so we encourage all juniors to be in attendance. There will be no makeup dates for State sponsored ACT testing after May 3rd. Therefore, if your student is not in attendance, the family will be financially responsible for ACT participation.

 

For ACT practice and guidance visit ODE's website or ACT's website.

 

Reminder:

ACT or SAT participation is a re-enrollment requirement for rising 12th graders.​

 

 ACT/SAT DATES AND INFORMATION:

ACT:

·      The June 10th ACT test registration deadline is May 5th with late registration dates of May 6-19 with a late fee.

 

                To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

·      The next Carol G. Hall, Inc. ACT Prep class will begin April 29th.  For more information pick up a pamphlet on the guidance bookshelf or go to www.premiercollegeprep.com.

 

 

SAT:

The May 6th SAT test registration deadline is April 7th with a late paper registration deadline of April 18th and a late online/phone deadline of April 25th.  Test results will be available June 8th.

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

  

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

Check out the Summer Opportunities wall outside of the guidance office.

1.        The Toledo Museum of Art has summer art camps available in drawing, painting, sculpture, glass, metals, digital photography, and interactive electronic art.  Full scholarships are available for students of all ages.   For more information or to obtain scholarship or work-study applications: www.toledomuseum.org/learn/classes/ by calling 419-254-5080 or by emailing Sara Daniels, Education Programs Coordinator at sdaniels@toledomuseum.org.  Deadline for teen work-study application submission is May 21, 2017.

2.        The University of Toledo’s Continuing Education and Workforce Development program will be offering numerous summer classes for 4 year olds through 12th graders that are designed to improve reading and study skills, and to stimulate greater interest in reading.  For more information pick up a flier on the bookshelf, outside of the guidance office or call 1-800-714-9194.

3.        The University of Toledo’ will be offering Pharmacy/Pharmaceutical Science Camps June 11-14 and June 18-21. Application deadline is April 1st and is offered to current juniors. For more information check out the summer opportunities wall, outside of the guidance office, or go to utoledo.edu/pharmacy.

4.        Ball State University will be offering Design Works Summer Academy to high school sophomores and juniors who would like to learn the impact design has in the world.  The camp will be July 9-21, 2017.  To apply go to bsu.edu/cap/designworks For more information check out the summer opportunities wall or contact Lori Pence at lpence@bsu.edu or 765-285-5879.

5.        Defiance College will be hosting “Crime Investigation Camp” June 22-25, 2017 for current 9-11 grade students.  For more information or with any questions contact Sheldon Goodrum, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at sgoodrum@defiance.edu 419-783-2522 or go to their website at www.defiance/edu/got-clue/

6.        The University of Dayton has three exciting residential engineering camps available this summer. For more information check out the poster on the Summer Opportunities wall.  Apply Early-space is limited.

7.        As part of the George Washington University’s Pre-College program, GW continues the long tradition of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design dynamic and challenging summer art courses for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors.  The application deadline is May 1, 2017.  For more information copy and paste Precollege.gwu.edu/arts into your browser.

8.        Cleveland Institute of Art Pre-College Program is opened to students in grades 9, 10, and 11.  Students will spend two or four weeks experiencing life as an art and design student.  For more information copy and paste cia.edu/precollege in your web browser. Applications can be submitted February 1-April 15, 2017.

9.        The University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning’s DAAP Camps are opened to rising 6-12th graders.  DAAPcamps are weeklong immersions for high school and middle school students to explore their creative passion areas and expand their skills in specific artistic disciplines.  Set on the University of Cincinnati’s architecturally-renown campus and supervised by the faculty and staff at the globally recognized College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, each day at camp includes time spent on studio projects, field trips, and social activities for the perfect mix of practice and inspiration.  For more information copy and paste the following link your web browser go to daap.uc.edu/daapcamps.

10. Bowling Green State University Falcon Millionaires is a financial camp for kids entering 8th or 9th grade fall 2017.  Students can learn how to be a millionaire by the age of 40, work with businesses to develop problem solving techniques, study budgeting, banking, philanthropy, investing, careers, and entrepreneurship.   The cost is $150 and includes programming and lunch each day.  Camp scholarships are available on a financial need basis.  Additional information and registration can be found at www.bgsu.edu/falconmillionaires and applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

11. Blueprint Signature Summer Programs are available for students entering grades 9-12 and offers personal, innovative and super-fun pre-college programs that allow you to explore college life and gain critical skills to help you succeed.  For more information check out the information packet on the magazine rack in the hall outside of the guidance office, copy and paste bpsummerprograms.com in your web browser or call 877-415-11114.

12. Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

13. Wright State will be offering The Professional Business Institute (PBI).  Space is limited.  Apply by March 31st 2017.  This program is FREE with a $50 refundable deposit.  Apply today: www.wright.edu/pbi call 937-775-2812 or rscob-pbi@wright.edu

 

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March 24, 2017

CONGRATULATIONS to all of our Quarter 3 honor roll recipients!​

Honor Roll lists will be posted on both the Guidance Office bulletin board ​(by room 300) as well as the Junior High bulletin board on the first floor.

The Quarterly Honor Roll Award acknowledges students that have earned all A’s and B’s for Quarter 1, Quarter 2 and Quarter 3.

Students who earned all A’s and B’s for their Quarter 1, Quarter 2, and Quarter 3 grades will be invited to the “Sweets for Success Reception” in the Spring.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org or 419-246-8732 x-300.​

March 22-24, 2017

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF MARCH 22, 2017:

$3,261,290.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

ZACK SEIPLE-Rochester Institute of Technology

COREE SMITH-Wright State University

 

COLLEGE INFORMATION AND FAIRS:

1.        The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) invites sophomores, juniors, and seniors to the National College Fair coming to our area March 26-28.  Free and open to the public, admission representatives from hundreds of colleges and universities are available to speak with students one-on-one concerning the college admission process and college life in general.  To learn more about NACAC’s College Fair programs, visit: www.nacacfairs.org

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.        To qualify for the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., students must be a senior have at least a cumulative grade point average of 3.0, have been accepted to an accredited college or university (Fall 2017) and complete a scholarship application (found in the student shared drive or email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org).  Completed application packet (including the student’s official transcript, which can be received by emailing a request to Mrs. Perry) must be mailed to Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority scholarship committee and post-marked by March 31, 2017.

2.        Discover® Student Loans is giving away $100,000 in scholarships. Students can get tips and resources on paying for college and enter for a chance to win a $2,500 scholarship award.  No purchase or student loan necessary.  Enter now at CollegeCovered.com/Assist. The deadline is December 31, 2017.

3.        The Education Committee of Sylvania Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to offer a scholarship program for Sylvania area high school students.  Scholarships (non-renewable) will be awarded to area high school students who meet the following eligibility requirements: 1. Be a resident of the City of Sylvania or Sylvania Township or reside within the Sylvania School district. 2.  Be a graduating high school senior planning to attend an accredited post-secondary program. Applications can be obtained from the student-shared drive, by emailing the Sylvania Area   Chamber of Commerce by calling 419-882-2135 or email at kate@sylvaniachamber.org.  The                application will also be available on the website, www.sylvaniachamber.org. The application must be postmarked no later than March 31, 2017.

4.        Quest Bridge College Prep Scholars Program is offered to high school juniors who are typically in the top 5-10% of their class, earning mostly A’s in the most challenging courses available, whose family earns less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four) with minimal assets.  If you feel you are eligible and would like to be considered, please email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.  She will send your name in and they will send you information about applying to the College Prep Scholars Program. The application deadline is due May 22, 2017.

5.        Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc. will be offering a $1, 000 scholarship to one student from a Toledo area high school who has a cumulative GPA of 2.5 and has been accepted to an accredited business college, college/university, or vocational school.  For more information check out the student shared drive or your Naviance account.  An application is required and the deadline is March 31, 2017.  For any questions please contact Salena S. Ferguson at salena.ferguson10@gmail.com

6.        Glass City Federal Credit Union is awarding five $1,000 scholarships to area high school seniors who will be attending a 2- to 4-year accredited post-secondary institution in the 2017-2018 school year; is a member of Glass City Federal (or a parent, stepparent, or legal guardian is a member); and submits the completed application and required essay by March 31, 2017. You can obtain a copy of the application and more information by signing into your Naviance account, checking the student shared or emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

7.        Horace and Letitia Newton Scholarship Fund was established by Horace and Letitia Newton to provide scholarship grants to graduates of Toledo area schools.  Applicants must be a current senior or graduate of a Toledo area high school.  Applications are not reviewed or processed until all materials requested are submitted with the application.  The deadline for submission is April 15, 2017.  For more information sign into your Naviance account, check out the student-shared drive, or email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org for a packet.

8.        Northwest Ohio CU Outreach Alliance Scholarship Program will be offering Cash for College to qualified seniors planning to pursue post-secondary education.  You do not need to be a credit union member.  Application deadline is March 31, 2017.  For more information sign into Naviance or check out the student shared drive.

9.        Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive, Naviance, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

 

a.        For May’s BCSN nominee consideration, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than the end of the day Friday, March 24th     ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

 

STATE SPONSORED ACT UPDATE FOR JUNIORS:

All current Juniors will be taking ACT on May 3rd. This is the only makeup test day ACT allows, so we encourage all juniors to be in attendance. There will be no makeup dates for State sponsored ACT testing after May 3rd. Therefore, if your student is not in attendance, the family will be financially responsible for signing up for the June 10th ACT test date.

 

Reminder: the ACT is required for rising 12th graders.​

 

 ACT/SAT DATES AND INFORMATION:

ACT:

·      The June 10th ACT test registration deadline is May 5th with late registration dates of May 6-19 with a late fee.

 

                To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

·      The next Carol G. Hall, Inc. ACT Prep class will begin April 29th.  For more information pick up a pamphlet on the guidance bookshelf or go to www.premiercollegeprep.com.

 

 

SAT:

The May 6th SAT test registration deadline is April 7th with a late paper registration deadline of April 18th and a late online/phone deadline of April 25th.  Test results will be available June 8th.

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

  

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

Check out the Summer Opportunities wall outside of the guidance office.

1.        The University of Toledo’s Continuing Education and Workforce Development program will be offering numerous summer classes for 4 year olds through 12th graders that are designed to improve reading and study skills, and to stimulate greater interest in reading.  For more information pick up a flier on the bookshelf, outside of the guidance office or call 1-800-714-9194.

2.        The University of Toledo’ will be offering Pharmacy/Pharmaceutical Science Camps June 11-14 and June 18-21. Application deadline is April 1st and is offered to current juniors. For more information check out the summer opportunities wall, outside of the guidance office, or go to utoledo.edu/pharmacy.

3.        Ball State University will be offering Design Works Summer Academy to high school sophomores and juniors who would like to learn the impact design has in the world.  The camp will be July 9-21, 2017.  To apply go to bsu.edu/cap/designworks For more information check out the summer opportunities wall or contact Lori Pence at lpence@bsu.edu or 765-285-5879.

4.        Defiance College will be hosting “Crime Investigation Camp” June 22-25, 2017 for current 9-11 grade students.  For more information or with any questions contact Sheldon Goodrum, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at sgoodrum@defiance.edu 419-783-2522 or go to their website at www.defiance/edu/got-clue/

5.        The University of Dayton has three exciting residential engineering camps available this summer. For more information check out the poster on the Summer Opportunities wall.  Apply Early-space is limited.

6.        As part of the George Washington University’s Pre-College program, GW continues the long tradition of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design dynamic and challenging summer art courses for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors.  The application deadline is May 1, 2017.  For more information copy and paste Precollege.gwu.edu/arts into your browser.

7.        Cleveland Institute of Art Pre-College Program is opened to students in grades 9, 10, and 11.  Students will spend two or four weeks experiencing life as an art and design student.  For more information copy and paste cia.edu/precollege in your web browser. Applications can be submitted February 1-April 15, 2017.

8.        The University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning’s DAAP Camps are opened to rising 6-12th graders.  DAAPcamps are weeklong immersions for high school and middle school students to explore their creative passion areas and expand their skills in specific artistic disciplines.  Set on the University of Cincinnati’s architecturally-renown campus and supervised by the faculty and staff at the globally recognized College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, each day at camp includes time spent on studio projects, field trips, and social activities for the perfect mix of practice and inspiration.  For more information copy and paste the following link your web browser go to daap.uc.edu/daapcamps.

9.        Bowling Green State University Falcon Millionaires is a financial camp for kids entering 8th or 9th grade fall 2017.  Students can learn how to be a millionaire by the age of 40, work with businesses to develop problem solving techniques, study budgeting, banking, philanthropy, investing, careers, and entrepreneurship.   The cost is $150 and includes programming and lunch each day.  Camp scholarships are available on a financial need basis.  Additional information and registration can be found at www.bgsu.edu/falconmillionaires and applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

10. Blueprint Signature Summer Programs are available for students entering grades 9-12 and offers personal, innovative and super-fun pre-college programs that allow you to explore college life and gain critical skills to help you succeed.  For more information check out the information packet on the magazine rack in the hall outside of the guidance office, copy and paste bpsummerprograms.com in your web browser or call 877-415-11114.

11. Law & Leadership Institute is a statewide program that inspires and prepares high school students for post-secondary and professional success through legally based curricula and leadership training.  Open to current 9th grade students.  To learn more, visit www.lawandleadership.org or e-mail lli@lawandleadership.org.  Application deadline is March 24, 2017.  Applications can be found on the student-shared drive, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@tsr4arts.org.

12. Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

13. Wright State will be offering The Professional Business Institute (PBI).  Space is limited.  Apply by March 31st 2017.  This program is FREE with a $50 refundable deposit.  Apply today: www.wright.edu/pbi call 937-775-2812 or rscob-pbi@wright.edu

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March 21, 2017

ACT UPDATE:

The following message will be sent to Juniors and their parents today.

Dear TSA Parents and Students,

Due to inclement weather, which resulted in our 2 hour delay on March 21st, the ACT will now be offered on May 3rd. This is the only makeup test day ACT allows, so we encourage all juniors to be in attendance. There will be no makeup dates for State sponsored ACT testing after May 3rd. Therefore, if your student is not in attendance, the family will be financially responsible for signing up for the June 10th ACT test date.

Reminder: the ACT is required for rising 12th graders.​

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March 15 & 16, 2017

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF MARCH 15, 2017:

 $3,207,290.00

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

JONATHAN CRAWFORD-Ohio Northern University & Kent State University

SABRIYAH DAVIS-Wayne State University

BELLA HAACK-Dean College

COREE SMITH-Wright State University (Correction)

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.         Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive, Naviance, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

 

For May’s BCSN nominee consideration, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than the end of the day Friday, March 24h   ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

 

ATTENTION CURRENT JUNIORS

ACT: March 21st

 

All TSA Juniors will be taking the ACT on Tuesday, March 21st.  Students should arrive at TSA by 7:30am and report to the first floor lobby. Students should come prepared with several #2 pencils (NOT mechanical pencils) and a calculator that meets the qualifications outlined by the approved ACT calculator list. All juniors were emailed a calculator list.  If you would like a list printed out, please request one by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

 

Here are some links with ACT practice tests and guidance to help your student prepare for the test, just copy and paste into your web browser.   http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Testing/ACT-and-SAT-Practice-Tests or www.act.org

 

UPCOMING ACT/SAT DATES:

ACT:

The June 10th ACT test registration deadline is May 5th with late registration dates of May 6-19 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SAT:

The May 6th SAT test registration deadline is April 7th with a late paper registration deadline of April 18th and a late online/phone deadline of April 25th.  Test results will be available June 8th.

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

COLLEGE INFORMATION AND FAIRS:

1.        The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) invites sophomores, juniors, and seniors to the National College Fair coming to our area March 26-28.  Free and open to the public, admission representatives from hundreds of colleges and universities are available to speak with students one-on-one concerning the college admission process and college life in general.  To learn more about NACAC’s College Fair programs, visit: www.nacacfairs.org

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

2.        To qualify for the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., students must be a senior have at least a cumulative grade point average of 3.0, have been accepted to an accredited college or university (Fall 2017) and complete a scholarship application (found in the student shared drive or email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org).  Completed application packet (including the student’s official transcript, which can be received by emailing a request to Mrs. Perry) must be mailed to Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority scholarship committee and post-marked by March 31, 2017.

3.        Discover® Student Loans is giving away $100,000 in scholarships. Students can get tips and resources on paying for college and enter for a chance to win a $2,500 scholarship award.  No purchase or student loan necessary.  Enter now at CollegeCovered.com/Assist. The deadline is December 31, 2017.

4.        The Education Committee of Sylvania Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to offer a scholarship program for Sylvania area high school students.  Scholarships (non-renewable) will be awarded to area high school students who meet the following eligibility requirements: 1. Be a resident of the City of Sylvania or Sylvania Township or reside within the Sylvania School district. 2.  Be a graduating high school senior planning to attend an accredited post-secondary program. Applications can be obtained from the student-shared drive, by emailing the Sylvania Area   Chamber of Commerce by calling 419-882-2135 or email at kate@sylvaniachamber.org.  The                application will also be available on the website, www.sylvaniachamber.org. The application must be postmarked no later than March 31, 2017.

5.    Quest Bridge College Prep Scholars Program is offered to high school juniors who are typically in the top 5-10% of their class, earning mostly A’s in the most challenging courses available, whose family earns less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four) with minimal assets.  If you feel you are eligible and would like to be considered, please email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.  She will send your name in and they will send you information about applying to the College Prep Scholars Program. The application deadline is due May 22, 2017.

6.    Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc. will be offering a $1, 000 scholarship to one student from a Toledo area high school who has a cumulative GPA of 2.5 and has been accepted to an accredited business college, college/university, or vocational school.  For more information check out the student shared drive or your Naviance account.  An application is required and the deadline is March 31, 2017.  For any questions please contact Salena S. Ferguson at salena.ferguson10@gmail.com

7.    Glass City Federal Credit Union is awarding five $1,000 scholarships to area high school seniors who will be attending a 2- to 4-year accredited post-secondary institution in the 2017-2018 school year; is a member of Glass City Federal (or a parent, stepparent, or legal guardian is a member); and submits the completed application and required essay by March 31, 2017. You can obtain a copy of the application and more information by signing into your Naviance account, checking the student shared or emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

8.    Horace and Letitia Newton Scholarship Fund was established by Horace and Letitia Newton to provide scholarship grants to graduates of Toledo area schools.  Applicants must be a current senior or graduate of a Toledo area high school.  Applications are not reviewed or processed until all materials requested are submitted with the application.  The deadline for submission is April 15, 2017.  For more information sign into your Naviance account, check out the student-shared drive, or email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org for a packet.

9.        Northwest Ohio CU Outreach Alliance Scholarship Program will be offering Cash for College to qualified seniors planning to pursue post-secondary education.  You do not need to be a credit union member.  Application deadline is March 31, 2017.  For more information sign into Naviance or check out the student shared drive.

10. Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive, Naviance, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

 

For May’s BCSN nominee consideration, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than the end of the day Friday, March 24th     ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

 

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

Check out the Summer Opportunities wall outside of the guidance office.

1.        Defiance College will be hosting “Crime Investigation Camp” June 22-25, 2017 for current 9-11 grade students.  For more information or with any questions contact Sheldon Goodrum, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at sgoodrum@defiance.edu 419-783-2522 or go to their website at www.defiance/edu/got-clue/

2.        The University of Dayton has three exciting residential engineering camps available this summer. For more information check out the poster on the Summer Opportunities wall.  Apply Early-space is limited.

3.        As part of the George Washington University’s Pre-College program, GW continues the long tradition of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design dynamic and challenging summer art courses for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors.  The application deadline is May 1, 2017.  For more information copy and paste Precollege.gwu.edu/arts into your browser.

4.        Cleveland Institute of Art Pre-College Program is opened to students in grades 9, 10, and 11.  Students will spend two or four weeks experiencing life as an art and design student.  For more information copy and paste cia.edu/precollege in your web browser. Applications can be submitted February 1-April 15, 2017.

5.        The University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning’s DAAP Camps are opened to rising 6-12th graders.  DAAPcamps are weeklong immersions for high school and middle school students to explore their creative passion areas and expand their skills in specific artistic disciplines.  Set on the University of Cincinnati’s architecturally-renown campus and supervised by the faculty and staff at the globally recognized College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, each day at camp includes time spent on studio projects, field trips, and social activities for the perfect mix of practice and inspiration.  For more information copy and paste the following link your web browser go to daap.uc.edu/daapcamps.

6.        Bowling Green State University Falcon Millionaires is a financial camp for kids entering 8th or 9th grade fall 2017.  Students can learn how to be a millionaire by the age of 40, work with businesses to develop problem solving techniques, study budgeting, banking, philanthropy, investing, careers, and entrepreneurship.   The cost is $150 and includes programming and lunch each day.  Camp scholarships are available on a financial need basis.  Additional information and registration can be found at www.bgsu.edu/falconmillionaires and applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

7.        Blueprint Signature Summer Programs are available for students entering grades 9-12 and offers personal, innovative and super-fun pre-college programs that allow you to explore college life and gain critical skills to help you succeed.  For more information check out the information packet on the magazine rack in the hall outside of the guidance office, copy and paste bpsummerprograms.com in your web browser or call 877-415-11114.

8.        Law & Leadership Institute is a statewide program that inspires and prepares high school students for post-secondary and professional success through legally based curricula and leadership training.  Open to current 9th grade students.  To learn more, visit www.lawandleadership.org or e-mail lli@lawandleadership.org.  Application deadline is March 24, 2017.  Applications can be found on the student-shared drive, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@tsr4arts.org.

9.        Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

10. Wright State will be offering The Professional Business Institute (PBI).  Space is limited.  Apply by March 31st 2017.  This program is FREE with a $50 refundable deposit.  Apply today: www.wright.edu/pbi call 937-775-2812 or rscob-pbi@wright.edu

 

March 13, 2017

All TSA Juniors will be taking the ACT on Tuesday, March 21st.  Students should arrive at TSA by 7:30 am and report to the first floor lobby. Students should come prepared with several #2 pencils (NOT mechanical pencils) and a calculator that meets the qualifications outlined by the approved ACT calculator list. All juniors were emailed a calculator list.  If you would like a list printed out, please request one by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

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 March 8-10, 2017

 

IMPORTANT SENIOR DATES/DEADLINES:

·      Graduation ticket order forms due: March 16th

·      Announcements delivery: April 12th 

·      Senior Internship Days: April 3rd-7th

·      All fees are due: April 28th

·      College Scholarship and Acceptance letters due to Mrs. Perry (bperry@ts4arts.org) to be included in the graduation program: May 12th

·      Senior check out days: To be determined

·      Senior luncheon: May 24th

·      Awards program and seniors last day: May 26th

·      GRADUATION: June 3rd

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF MARCH 8, 2017:

$3,119,290.00

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

JONATHAN CRAWFORD-Point Park University

BELLA HAACK-University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

ALANNA MARKOVICH-The University of Toledo

 

COLLEGE INFORMATION AND FAIRS:

1.        The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) invites sophomores, juniors, and seniors to the National College Fair coming to our area March 26-28.  Free and open to the public, admission representatives from hundreds of colleges and universities are available to speak with students one-on-one concerning the college admission process and college life in general.  To learn more about NACAC’s College Fair programs, visit: www.nacacfairs.org

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.        To qualify for the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., students must be a senior have at least a cumulative grade point average of 3.0, have been accepted to an accredited college or university (Fall 2017) and complete a scholarship application (found in the student shared drive or email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org).  Completed application packet (including the student’s official transcript, which can be received by emailing a request to Mrs. Perry) must be mailed to Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority scholarship committee and post-marked by March 31, 2017.

2.        Discover® Student Loans is giving away $100,000 in scholarships. Students can get tips and resources on paying for college and enter for a chance to win a $2,500 scholarship award.  No purchase or student loan necessary.  Enter now at CollegeCovered.com/Assist. The deadline is December 31, 2017.

3.        The Education Committee of Sylvania Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to offer a scholarship program for Sylvania area high school students.  Scholarships (non-renewable) will be awarded to area high school students who meet the following eligibility requirements: 1. Be a resident of the City of Sylvania or Sylvania Township or reside within the Sylvania School district. 2.  Be a graduating high school senior planning to attend an accredited post-secondary program. Applications can be obtained from the student-shared drive, by emailing the Sylvania Area   Chamber of Commerce by calling 419-882-2135 or email at kate@sylvaniachamber.org.  The                application will also be available on the website, www.sylvaniachamber.org. The application must be postmarked no later than March 31, 2017.

4.    Quest Bridge College Prep Scholars Program is offered to high school juniors who are typically in the top 5-10% of their class, earning mostly A’s in the most challenging courses available, whose family earns less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four) with minimal assets.  If you feel you are eligible and would like to be considered, please email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.  She will send your name in and they will send you information about applying to the College Prep Scholars Program. The application deadline is due May 22, 2017.

5.    Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc. will be offering a $1, 000 scholarship to one student from a Toledo area high school who has a cumulative GPA of 2.5 and has been accepted to an accredited business college, college/university, or vocational school.  For more information check out the student shared drive or your Naviance account.  An application is required and the deadline is March 31, 2017.  For any questions please contact Salena S. Ferguson at salena.ferguson10@gmail.com

6.    Glass City Federal Credit Union is awarding five $1,000 scholarships to area high school seniors who will be attending a 2- to 4-year accredited post-secondary institution in the 2017-2018 school year; is a member of Glass City Federal (or a parent, stepparent, or legal guardian is a member); and submits the completed application and required essay by March 31, 2017. You can obtain a copy of the application and more information by signing into your Naviance account, checking the student shared or emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

7.    Horace and Letitia Newton Scholarship Fund was established by Horace and Letitia Newton to provide scholarship grants to graduates of Toledo area schools.  Applicants must be a current senior or graduate of a Toledo area high school.  Applications are not reviewed or processed until all materials requested are submitted with the application.  The deadline for submission is April 15, 2017.  For more information sign into your Naviance account, check out the student-shared drive, or email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org for a packet.

8.        Northwest Ohio CU Outreach Alliance Scholarship Program will be offering Cash for College to qualified seniors planning to pursue post-secondary education.  You do not need to be a credit union member.  Application deadline is March 31, 2017.  For more information sign into Naviance or check out the student shared drive.

9.         Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive, Naviance, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

 

For May’s BCSN nominee consideration, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than the end of the day Friday, March 24th     ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

 

ATTENTION CURRENT JUNIORS:

TSA will be administering the ACT on March 21st to all current juniors at no cost to the students. 

 

If the ACT was not taken at TSA, TSA must receive ACT or SAT scores BEFORE May 2, 2017 to fulfill TSA’s re-enrollment requirement.  The April 8th ACT test is the last test available that will get test results back to TSA in time to satisfy this requirement.

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

Check out the Summer Opportunities wall outside of the guidance office.

1.        As part of the George Washington University’s Pre-College program, GW continues the long tradition of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design dynamic and challenging summer art courses for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors.  The application deadline is May 1, 2017.  For more information copy and paste Precollege.gwu.edu/arts into your browser.

2.        Cleveland Institute of Art Pre-College Program is opened to students in grades 9, 10, and 11.  Students will spend two or four weeks experiencing life as an art and design student.  For more information copy and paste cia.edu/precollege in your web browser. Applications can be submitted February 1-April 15, 2017.

3.        The University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning’s DAAP Camps are opened to rising 6-12th graders.  DAAPcamps are week-long immersions for high school and middle school students to explore their creative passion areas and expand their skills in specific artistic disciplines.  Set on the University of Cincinnati’s architecturally-renown campus and supervised by the faculty and staff at the globally recognized College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, each day at camp includes time spent on studio projects, field trips, and social activities for the perfect mix of practice and inspiration.  For more information copy and paste the following link your web browser go to daap.uc.edu/daapcamps.

4.        Bowling Green State University Falcon Millionaires is a financial camp for kids entering 8th or 9th grade fall 2017.  Students can learn how to be a millionaire by the age of 40, work with businesses to develop problem solving techniques, study budgeting, banking, philanthropy, investing, careers, and entrepreneurship.   The cost is $150 and includes programming and lunch each day.  Camp scholarships are available on a financial need basis.  Additional information and registration can be found at www.bgsu.edu/falconmillionaires and applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

5.        Blueprint Signature Summer Programs are available for students entering grades 9-12 and offers personal, innovative and super-fun pre-college programs that allow you to explore college life and gain critical skills to help you succeed.  For more information check out the information packet on the magazine rack in the hall outside of the guidance office, copy and paste bpsummerprograms.com in your web browser or call 877-415-11114.

6.        Law & Leadership Institute is a statewide program that inspires and prepares high school students for post-secondary and professional success through legally based curricula and leadership training.  Open to current 9th grade students.  To learn more, visit www.lawandleadership.org or e-mail lli@lawandleadership.org.  Application deadline is March 24, 2017.  Applications can be found on the student-shared drive, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@tsr4arts.org.

7.        Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

8.        Wright State will be offering The Professional Business Institute (PBI).  Space is limited.  Apply by March 31st 2017.  This program is FREE with a $50 refundable deposit.  Apply today: www.wright.edu/pbi call 937-775-2812 or rscob-pbi@wright.edu

 

We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

March 1-3, 2017

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF MARCH 1, 2017:

$3,105,290.00

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

BELLA HAACK-Columbia College Chicago, Kent State University, Ohio Northern University, Texas State University, and Western Michigan University

 

COLLEGE INFORMATION AND FAIRS:

1.    Columbus College of Art & Design will have a representative at TSA on Tuesday, March 7 at 8:30 in the guidance office, for any interested juniors or seniors. Registration is required and can be done by signing into your Naviance account.

2.    The Cleveland Institute of Art invites you to its 2017 Automotive Design Symposium Friday, March 3, 2017 9:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.  During this exclusive event you’ll meet a dynamic group of automotive design professionals, faculty, alumni, and students.  Together you’ll discuss the latest design concepts, complete in a design challenge, and attend the Cleveland Auto Show.  Your guest ticket includes free parking all day, free admission to the Auto Show following the symposium, and a lunch voucher.  Students interested in Industrial Design can register for the symposium online at cia.edu/autosymposium.

3.    The University of Toledo’s annual College Night will take place on Tuesday, March 7th from 6:30p.m-8:00 p.m. in the Student Union at the University of Toledo.

4.    Owens Community College-College & Career Preview Night will be held in the Student Health and Activities Center Toledo-area campus on Wednesday, March 8th from 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.  For more information check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office, in the student shared drive, call Owens Community College at 567-661-7777 or 1-800-GO-OWENS, ext. 7777 or visit www.owens.edu.

5.    The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) invites sophomores, juniors, and seniors to the National College Fair coming to our area March 26-28.  Free and open to the public, admission representatives from hundreds of colleges and universities are available to speak with students one-on-one concerning the college admission process and college life in general.  To learn more about NACAC’s College Fair programs, visit: www.nacacfairs.org

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.    The Education Committee of Sylvania Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to offer a scholarship program for Sylvania area high school students.  Scholarships (non-renewable) will be awarded to area high school students who meet the following eligibility requirements: 1. Be a resident of the City of Sylvania or Sylvania Township or reside within the Sylvania School district. 2.  Be a graduating high school senior planning to attend an accredited post-secondary program.  Applications can be obtained from the student-shared drive, by emailing the Sylvania Area Chamber of Commerce by calling 419-882-2135 or email at kate@sylvaniachamber.org.  The                application will also be available on the website, www.sylvaniachamber.org. The application must be postmarked no later than March 31, 2017.

2.    Quest Bridge College Prep Scholars Program is offered to high school juniors who are typically in the top 5-10% of their class, earning mostly A’s in the most challenging courses available, whose family earns less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four) with minimal assets.  If you feel you are eligible and would like to be considered, please email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.  She will send your name in and they will send you information about applying to the College Prep Scholars Program. The application deadline is due May 22, 2017.

3.    Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc. will be offering a $1, 000 scholarship to one student from a Toledo area high school who has a cumulative GPA of 2.5 and has been accepted to an accredited business college, college/university, or vocational school.  For more information check out the student shared drive or your Naviance account.  An application is required and the deadline is March 31, 2017.  For any questions please contact Salena S. Feguson at salena.ferguson10@gmail.com  

4.    Glass City Federal Credit Union is awarding five $1,000 scholarships to area high school seniors who will be attending a 2- to 4-year accredited post-secondary institution in the 2017-2018 school year; is a member of Glass City Federal (or a parent, step-parent, or legal guardian is a member); and submits the completed application and required essay by March 31, 2017. You can obtain a copy of the application and more information by signing into your Naviance account, checking the student shared or emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

5.    Directions Credit Union is currently accepting applications for the 2017-2018 High School and College Scholarships.  Application deadline is March 6th.  For more information, sign into your Naviance account, check out the student shared, or request a packet by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

6.    Horace and Letitia Newton Scholarship Fund was established by Horace and Letitia Newton to provide scholarship grants to graduates of Toledo area schools.  Applicants must be a current senior or graduate of a Toledo area high school.  Applications are not reviewed or processed until all materials requested are submitted with the application.  The deadline for submission is April 15, 2017.  For more information sign into your Naviance account, check out the student-shared drive, or email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org for a packet.

7.    Northwest Ohio CU Outreach Alliance Scholarship Program are offering Cash for College to qualified seniors planning to pursue post-secondary education.  You do not need to be a credit union member.  Application deadline is March 31, 2017.  For more information sign into Naviance or check out the student shared drive.

8.         Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive, Naviance, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

 

For May’s BCSN nominee consideration, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than the end of the day Friday, March 24th     ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

 

ATTENTION CURRENT JUNIORS:

TSA will be administering the ACT on March 21st to all current juniors at no cost to the students. 

 

If the ACT was not taken at TSA, TSA must receive ACT or SAT scores BEFORE May 2, 2017 to fulfill TSA’s re-enrollment requirement.  The April 8th ACT test is the last test available that will get test results back to TSA in time to satisfy this requirement.

 

ACT:

The April 8th ACT test registration deadline is March 3rd with late registration dates of March 4-17 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

Check out the Summer Opportunities wall outside of the guidance office.

1.    As part of the George Washington University’s Pre-College program, GW continues the long tradition of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design dynamic and challenging summer art courses for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors.  The application deadline is May 1, 2017.  For more information copy and paste Precollege.gwu.edu/arts into your browser.

2.    Cleveland Institute of Art Pre-College Program is opened to students in grades 9, 10, and 11.  Students will spend two or four weeks experiencing life as an art and design student.  For more information copy and paste cia.edu/precollege in your web browser.

3.    The University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning’s DAAP Camps are opened to rising 6-12th graders.  DAAPcamps are week-long immersions for high school and middle school students to explore their creative passion areas and expand their skills in specific artistic disciplines.  Set on the University of Cincinnati’s architecturally-renown campus and supervised by the faculty and staff at the globally recognized College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, each day at camp includes time spent on studio projects, field trips, and social activities for the perfect mix of practice and inspiration.  For more information copy and paste the following link your web browser go to daap.uc.edu/daapcamps.

4.    Bowling Green State University Falcon Millionaires is a financial camp for kids entering 8th or 9th grade fall 2017.  Students can learn how to be a millionaire by the age of 40, work with businesses to develop problem solving techniques, study budgeting, banking, philanthropy, investing, careers, and entrepreneurship.   The cost is $150 and includes programming and lunch each day.  Camp scholarships are available on a financial need basis.  Additional information and registration can be found at www.bgsu.edu/falconmillionaires and applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

5.    Blueprint Signature Summer Programs are available for students entering grades 9-12 and offers personal, innovative and super-fun pre-college programs that allow you to explore college life and gain critical skills to help you succeed.  For more information check out the information packet on the magazine rack in the hall outside of the guidance office, go to bpsummerprograms.com or call 877-415-11114.

6.    Metroparks Toledo is seeking students ages 14-18 to volunteer as Counselors In Training (CIFs) for Summer camp.  Acceptance into the CIT program is a competitive process.  An application needs to be submitted by March 5th with two references.  An interview with the Metroparks staff will also be scheduled. You may apply online at www.metroparkstoledo.com/cit.  

7.    Law & Leadership Institute is a statewide program that inspires and prepares high school students for post-secondary and professional success through legally based curricula and leadership training.  Open to current 9th grade students.  To learn more, visit www.lawandleadership.org or e-mail lli@lawandleadership.org.  Application deadline is March 24, 2017.  Applications can be found on the student-shared drive, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@tsr4arts.org.

8.    Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

9.    Wright State will be offering The Professional Business Institute (PBI).  Space is limited.  Apply by March 31st 2017.  This program is FREE with a $50 refundable deposit.  Apply today: www.wright.edu/pbi call 937-775-2812 or rscob-pbi@wright.edu

 

We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

 

February 22-24, 2017

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF FEBRUARY 22, 2017:

 $3,024,290.00

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

JONATHAN CRAWFORD-American Musical and Dramatic Academy

 

COLLEGE INFORMATION AND FAIRS:

1.        The Cleveland Institute of Art invites you to its 2017 Automotive Design Symposium Friday, March 3, 2017 9:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.  During this exclusive event you’ll meet a dynamic group of automotive design professionals, faculty, alumni, and students.  Together you’ll discuss the latest design concepts, complete in a design challenge, and attend the Cleveland Auto Show.  Your guest ticket includes free parking all day, free admission to the Auto Show following the symposium, and a lunch voucher.  Students interested in Industrial Design can register for the symposium online at cia.edu/autosymposium.

2.        The University of Toledo’s annual College Night will take place on Tuesday, March 7th from 6:30p.m-8:00 p.m. in the Student Union at the University of Toledo.

3.        Owens Community College-College & Career Preview Night will be held in the Student Health and Activities Center Toledo-area campus on Wednesday, March 8th from 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.  For more information check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office, in the student shared drive, call Owens Community College at 567-661-7777 or 1-800-GO-OWENS, ext. 7777 or visit www.owens.edu.

4.        The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) invites sophomores, juniors, and seniors to the National College Fair coming to our area March 26-28.  Free and open to the public, admission representatives from hundreds of colleges and universities are available to speak with students one-on-one concerning the college admission process and college life in general.  To learn more about NACAC’s College Fair programs, visit: www.nacacfairs.org

5.        During The University of Dayton’s School of Engineering’s Explore Engineering, students will experience engineering that matters as they participate in hands-on laboratories with faculty and UD students while learning how we infuse innovation and creativity into engineering design.  For questions contact Shawnee Breitenstein at udengineering@udayton.edu or 937-229-3296.  Engineering overnight will be held February 24th and exploring engineering will be held February 25th.  Learn more and RSVP at go.udayton.edu/exploreengineering.  Space is limited and reservations are required.  Both programs are co-ed.

6.        Gettysburg College will be hosting JUNIOR OPEN HOUSE programs.  Registration can be found at www.gettysburg.edu.

·      Saturday, April 1st

·      Friday, April 28th

7.        Through the generous support of Ross University, the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association is pleased to host the 2017 Veterinary Exploration Conference and College Fair on Saturday February 25, 2017.   This program will expose students to available careers in veterinary medicine that might otherwise have been a mystery.  Registration is $10 per student and is open to high school juniors and seniors, and undergraduate students.   Please register at http://mvcinfo.org/students/VEC.html before the February 19th deadline.  For any questions please contact Mia Cunningham at 614-436-1300 or MLC@Ohiovma.org.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.        The Education Committee of Sylvania Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to offer a scholarship program for Sylvania area high school students.  Scholarships (non-renewable) will be awarded to area high school students who meet the following eligibility requirements: 1. Be a resident of the City of Sylvania or Sylvania Township or reside within the Sylvania School district. 2.  Be a graduating high school senior planning to attend an accredited post-secondary program.

 

                Applications can be obtained from the student-shared drive, by emailing the Sylvania Area          Chamber of Commerce by calling 419-882-2135 or email at kate@sylvaniachamber.org.  The                 application will also be available on the website, www.sylvaniachamber.org. The application          must be postmarked no later than March 31, 2017.

2.    Quest Bridge College Prep Scholars Program is offered to high school juniors who are typically in the top 5-10% of their class, earning mostly A’s in the most challenging courses available, whose family earns less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four) with minimal assets.  If you feel you are eligible and would like to be considered, please email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.  She will send your name in and they will send you information about applying to the College Prep Scholars Program. The application deadline is due May 22, 2017.

3.    Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc. will be offering a $1, 000 scholarship to one student from a Toledo area high school who has a cumulative GPA of 2.5 and has been accepted to an accredited business college, college/university, or vocational school.  For more information check out the student shared drive or your Naviance account.  An application is required and the deadline is March 31, 2017.  For any questions please contact Salena S. Feguson at salena.ferguson10@gmail.com

4.    Glass City Federal Credit Union is awarding five $1,000 scholarships to area high school seniors who will be attending a 2- to 4-year accredited post-secondary institution in the 2017-2018 school year; is a member of Glass City Federal (or a parent, step-parent, or legal guardian is a member); and submits the completed application and required essay by March 31, 2017. You can obtain a copy of the application and more information by signing into your Naviance account, checking the student shared or emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

5.    Directions Credit Union is currently accepting applications for the 2017-2018 High School and College Scholarships.  Application deadline is March 6th.  For more information, sign into your Naviance account, check out the student shared, or request a packet by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

6.    Horace and Letitia Newton Scholarship Fund was established by Horace and Letitia Newton to provide scholarship grants to graduates of Toledo area schools.  Applicants must be a current senior or graduate of a Toledo area high school.  Applications are not reviewed or processed until all materials requested are submitted with the application.  The deadline for submission is April 15, 2017.  For more information sign into your Naviance account, check out the student-shared drive, or email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org for a packet.

7.        Northwest Ohio CU Outreach Alliance Scholarship Program are offering Cash for College to qualified seniors planning to pursue post-secondary education.  You do not need to be a credit union member.  Application deadline is March 31, 2017.  For more information sign into Naviance or check out the student shared drive.

8.         Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive, Naviance, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

 

For April’s BCSN nominee consideration, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than the end of the day Friday, February 24th     ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

 

ATTENTION CURRENT JUNIORS

TSA will be administering the ACT on March 21st to all current juniors at no cost to the students. 

 

If the ACT was not taken at TSA, TSA must receive ACT or SAT scores BEFORE May 2, 2017 to fulfill TSA’s re-enrollment requirement.  The April 8th ACT test is the last test available that will get test results back to TSA in time to satisfy this requirement.

 

ACT:

The April 8th ACT test registration deadline is March 3rd with late registration dates of March 4-17 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

1.        Cleveland Institute of Art Pre-College Program is opened to students in grades 9, 10, and 11.  Students will spend two or four weeks experiencing life as an art and design student.  For more information copy and past cia.edu/precollege in your web browser or check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office.

2.        The University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning’s DAAP Camps are opened to rising 6-12th graders.  DAAPcamps are week-long immersions for high school and middle school students to explore their creative passion areas and expand their skills in specific artistic disciplines.  Set on the University of Cincinnati’s architecturally-renown campus and supervised by the faculty and staff at the globally recognized College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, each day at camp includes time spent on studio projects, field trips, and social activities for the perfect mix of practice and inspiration.  For more information check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office, or copy and paste the following link your web browser go to daap.uc.edu/daapcamps.

3.        Bowling Green State University Falcon Millionaires is a financial camp for kids entering 8th or 9th grade fall 2017.  Students can learn how to be a millionaire by the age of 40, work with businesses to develop problem solving techniques, study budgeting, banking, philanthropy, investing, careers, and entrepreneurship.   The cost is $150 and includes programming and lunch each day.  Camp scholarships are available on a financial need basis.  Additional information and registration can be found at www.bgsu.edu/falconmillionaires and applications are accepted on a first come, first serve basis.

4.        Blueprint Signature Summer Programs are available for students entering grades 9-12 and offers personal, innovative and super-fun pre-college programs that allow you to explore college life and gain critical skills to help you succeed.  For more information check out the poster hanging on the wall outside of the guidance office, the information packet on the magazine rack in the hall outside of the guidance office, go to bpsummerprograms.com or call 877-415-11114.

5.        Metroparks Toledo is seeking students ages 14-18 to volunteer as Counselors In Training (CIFs) for Summer camp.  Acceptance into the CIT program is a competitive process.  An application needs to be submitted by March 5th with two references.  An interview with the Metroparks staff will also be scheduled.  If your interested check out the flyer hanging outside of the guidance office or in the student shared drive.  You may apply online at www.metroparkstoledo.com/cit.  

6.        Law & Leadership Institute is a statewide program that inspires and prepares high school students for post-secondary and professional success through legally-based curricula and leadership training.  Open to current 9th grade students.  To learn more, visit www.lawandleadership.org or e-mail lli@lawandleadership.org.  Application deadline is March 24, 2017.  Applications can be found on the student-shared drive, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@tsr4arts.org.

7.        For more information on Ohio State University’s Stone Lab or to apply, go to go.osu.edu/summer2017.  Scholarships are available and the deadline is March 2, 2017.

8.        Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more information check out the poster hanging on the wall, outside of the guidance office or visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

9.        Wright State will be offering The Professional Business Institute (PBI).  Space is limited.  Apply by March 31st 2017.  This program is FREE with a $50 refundable deposit.  Apply today: www.wright.edu/pbi call 937-775-2812 or rscob-pbi@wright.edu

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

 

February 16-17, 2018

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF FEBRUARY 15, 2017:

 $3,020,290.00

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

**JOHN CONTOS-Ohio University

**SABRIYAH DAVIS-Notre Dame College

**RUTHANNE JOHNSON-The University of Toledo

**KC LYPHOUT-American Musical & Dramatic Academy

 

ATTENTION CURRENT JUNIORS

TSA will be administering the ACT on March 21st to all current juniors at no cost to the students. 

 

If the ACT was not taken at TSA, TSA must receive ACT or SAT scores BEFORE May 2, 2017 to fulfill TSA’s re-enrollment requirement.  The April 8th ACT test is the last test available that will get test results back to TSA in time to satisfy this requirement.

 

ACT:

The April 8th ACT test registration deadline is March 3rd with late registration dates of March 4-17 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

COLLEGE FAIRS/INFORMATION

1.    The University of Toledo’s annual College Night will take place on Tuesday, March 7th from 6:30p.m.-8:00 p.m. in the Student Union at the University of Toledo.

2.    Owens Community College-College & Career Preview Night will be held in the Student Health and Activities Center Toledo-area campus on Wednesday, March 8th from 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.  For more information check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office, in the student shared drive, call Owens Community College at 567-661-7777 or 1-800-GO-OWENS, ext. 7777 or visit www.owens.edu.

3.    The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) invites sophomores, juniors, and seniors to the National College Fair coming to our area March 26-28.  Free and open to the public, admission representatives from hundreds of colleges and universities are available to speak with students one-on-one concerning the college admission process and college life in general.  To learn more about NACAC’s College Fair programs, visit: www.nacacfairs.org

4.  BGSU Asian Day-President’s Day Open House-February 20, 2017 9:30 a.m. Gish Film Theater, Hanna Hall.  

5.  During The University of Dayton’s School of Engineering’s Explore Engineering, students will experience engineering that matters as they participate in hands-on laboratories with faculty and UD students while learning how we infuse innovation and creativity into engineering design.  For questions contact Shawnee Breitenstein at udengineering@udayton.edu or 937-229-3296.  Engineering overnight will be held February 24th and exploring engineering will be held February 25th.  Learn more and RSVP at go.udayton.edu/exploreengineering.  Space is limited and reservations are required.  Both programs are co-ed.

5.    Gettysburg College will be hosting JUNIOR OPEN HOUSE programs.  Registration can be found at www.gettysburg.edu.

·      Friday, February 17th

·      Saturday, April 1st

·      Friday, April 28th

6.    Through the generous support of Ross University, the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association is pleased to host the 2017 Veterinary Exploration Conference and College Fair on Saturday February 25, 2017.   This program will expose students to available careers in veterinary medicine that might otherwise have been a mystery.  Registration is $10 per student and is open to high school juniors and seniors, and undergraduate students.   Please register at http://mvcinfo.org/students/VEC.html before the February 19th deadline.  For any questions please contact Mia Cunningham at 614-436-1300 or MLC@Ohiovma.org.

 

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION:

1.    The Toledo Zoo currently has multiple part-time and seasonal job openings available.  Check out the application and job description files in the student shared, or hanging on the wall outside of the guidance office.  If you would like a hard copy, please email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org

2.    Marine Recruiter visit-Staff Sergeant Moore of the US Marines will be here during lunches on Tuesday, February 21st to answer any questions students may have.  No sign up is necessary; he will be set up in the hallway outside of the Flying Pig.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.    The Education Committee of Sylvania Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to offer a scholarship program for Sylvania area high school students.  Scholarships (non-renewable) will be awarded to area high school students who meet the following eligibility requirements:    1. Be a resident of the City of Sylvania or Sylvania Township or reside within the Sylvania School district. 2.  Be a graduating high school senior planning to attend an accredited post-secondary program.

 

                Applications can be obtained from the student-shared drive, by emailing the Sylvania Area          Chamber of Commerce by calling 419-882-2135 or email at kate@sylvaniachamber.org.  The                 application will also be available on the website, www.sylvaniachamber.org.

2.    Quest Bridge College Prep Scholars Program is offered to high school juniors who are typically in the top 5-10% of their class, earning mostly A’s in the most challenging courses available, whose family earns less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four) with minimal assets.  If you feel you are eligible and would like to be considered, please email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.  She will send your name in and they will send you information about applying to the College Prep Scholars Program. The application deadline is due May 22, 2017.

3.    Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc. will be offering a $1, 000 scholarship to one student from a Toledo area high school who has a cumulative GPA of 2.5 and has been accepted to an accredited business college, college/university, or vocational school.  For more information check out the student shared drive or your Naviance account.  An application is required and the deadline is March 31, 2017.  For any questions please contact Salena S. Feguson at salena.ferguson10@gmail.com

4.    Glass City Federal Credit Union is awarding five $1,000 scholarships to area high school seniors who will be attending a 2- to 4-year accredited post-secondary institution in the 2017-2018 school year; is a member of Glass City Federal (or a parent, step-parent, or legal guardian is a member); and submits the completed application and required essay by March 31, 2017. You can obtain a copy of the application and more information by signing into your Naviance account, checking the student shared or emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

5.    Directions Credit Union is currently accepting applications for the 2017-2018 High School and College Scholarships.  Application deadline is March 6th.  For more information, sign into your Naviance account, check out the student shared, or request a packet by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

6.    Horace and Letitia Newton Scholarship Fund was established by Horace and Letitia Newton to provide scholarship grants to graduates of Toledo area schools.  Applicants must be a current senior or graduate of a Toledo area high school.  Applications are not reviewed or processed until all materials requested are submitted with the application.  The deadline for submission is April 15, 2017.  For more information sign into your Naviance account, check out the student-shared drive, or email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org for a packet.

7.    The Coolidge Scholarship is awarded annually and is a full-ride, presidential scholarship that covers a student’s tuition, room, board, and expenses for four years of undergraduate study.  Recipients at any accredited American college or university may use the Coolidge.  Anyone of any background, pursuing any academic discipline of study, may apply to this no-partisan, need-blind, program.  Students apply for this scholarship during their JUNIOR YEAR.  All applications must be received prior to the February 22, 2017 at 7:00 PM EST deadline.  For more information go to www.coolidgescholars.org/about/

8.    Northwest Ohio CU Outreach Alliance Scholarship Program are offering Cash for College to qualified seniors planning to pursue post-secondary education.  You do not need to be a credit union member.  Application deadline is March 31, 2017.  For more information sign into Naviance or check out the student shared drive.

9.    Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive, Naviance, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

 

For April’s BCSN nominee consideration, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than the end of the day Friday, February 24th     ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

 

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

1.    Blueprint Signature Summer Programs are available for students entering grades 9-12 and offers personal, innovative and super-fun pre-college programs that allow you to explore college life and gain critical skills to help you succeed.  For more information check out the poster hanging on the wall outside of the guidance office, the information packet on the magazine rack in the hall outside of the guidance office, go to bpsummerprograms.com or call 877-415-11114.

2.    Metroparks Toledo is seeking students ages 14-18 to volunteer as Counselors In Training (CIFs) for Summer camp.  Acceptance into the CIT program is a competitive process.  An application needs to be submitted by March 5th with two references.  An interview with the Metroparks staff will also be scheduled.  If your interested check out the flyer hanging outside of the guidance office or in the student shared drive.  You may apply online at www.metroparkstoledo.com/cit.  

3.    Law & Leadership Institute is a statewide program that inspires and prepares high school students for post-secondary and professional success through legally-based curricula and leadership training.  Open to current 9th grade students.  To learn more, visit www.lawandleadership.org or e-mail lli@lawandleadership.org.  Application deadline is March 24, 2017.  Applications can be found on the student-shared drive, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@tsr4arts.org.

4.    For more information on Ohio State University’s Stone Lab or to apply, go to go.osu.edu/summer2017.  Scholarships are available and the deadline is March 2, 2017.

5.    Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more information check out the poster hanging on the wall, outside of the guidance office or visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

6.    Wright State will be offering The Professional Business Institute (PBI).  Space is limited.  Apply by March 31st 2017.  This program is FREE with a $50 refundable deposit.  Apply today: www.wright.edu/pbi call 937-775-2812 or rscob-pbi@wright.edu

 

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

 

February 8-10, 2017

 

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS-CLASS SCHEDULING INFORMATION:

If you haven’t met with your counselor for your scheduling appointment yet, please do not worry.  The counselors are still working through the grade levels and will get to you.  Your parent will sign a re-enrollment letter that is on the back of the scheduling form after your meeting with your counselor.

Once you have met with your counselor and have completed the colored class registration form for 17-18, please DO NOT CHANGE anything on the colored form.        If you change your mind after your appointment with your counselor, please complete a class change form and return to the guidance office.  Your classes will not be changed without a completed class change form.   You will not be charged the $25 class change fee until May 19th.  

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF FEBRUARY 8, 2017:

 $3,014,290.00

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

**JOHN CONTOS-Bowling Green State University

**KC LYPHOUT-The University of Iowa

**LYRICKA ROBINSON-SMITH-Notre Dame College

**DEVON SHAW-The Ohio State University-Wooster & Wilmington College

 

COLLEGE/MISCELLANEOUS INFO:

1.         Owens Community College-College & Career Preview Night will be held in the Student Health and Activities Center Toledo-area campus on Wednesday, March 8th from 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.  For more information check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office, in the student shared drive, call Owens Community College at 567-661-7777 or 1-800-GO-OWENS, ext. 7777 or visit www.owens.edu.

2.         The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) invites sophomores, juniors, and seniors to the National College Fair coming to our area March 26-28.  Free and open to the public, admission representatives from hundreds of colleges and universities are available to speak with students one-on-one concerning the college admission process and college life in general.  To learn more about NACAC’s College Fair programs, visit: www.nacacfairs.org

3.         During The University of Dayton’s School of Engineering’s Explore Engineering, students will experience engineering that matters as they participate in hands-on laboratories with faculty and UD students while learning how we infuse innovation and creativity into engineering design.  For questions contact Shawnee Breitenstein at udengineering@udayton.edu or 937-229-3296.  Engineering overnight will be held February 24th and exploring engineering will be held February 25th.  Learn more and RSVP at go.udayton.edu/exploreengineering.  Space is limited and reservations are required.  Both programs are co-ed.

4.         Through the generous support of Ross University, the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association is pleased to host the 2017 Veterinary Exploration Conference and College Fair on Saturday February 25, 2017.   This program will expose students to available careers in veterinary medicine that might otherwise have been a mystery.  Registration is $10 per student and is open to high school juniors and seniors, and undergraduate students.   Please register at http://mvcinfo.org/students/VEC.html before the February 19th deadline.  For any questions please contact Mia Cunningham at 614-436-1300 or MLC@Ohiovma.org.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.     Quest Bridge College Prep Scholars Program is offered to high school juniors who are typically in the top 5-10% of their class, earning mostly A’s in the most challenging courses available, whose family earns less than $65,000 annually (for a typical family of four) with minimal assets.  If you feel you are eligible and would like to be considered, please email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.  She will send your name in and they will send you information about applying to the College Prep Scholars Program. The application deadline is due May 22, 2017.

2.     Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc. will be offering a $1, 000 scholarship to one student from a Toledo area high school who has a cumulative GPA of 2.5 and has been accepted to an accredited business college, college/university, or vocational school.  For more information check out the student shared drive or your Naviance account.  An application is required and the deadline is March 31, 2017.  For any questions please contact Salena S. Feguson at salena.ferguson10@gmail.com

3.     Glass City Federal Credit Union is awarding five $1,000 scholarships to area high school seniors who will be attending a 2- to 4-year accredited post-secondary institution in the 2017-2018 school year; is a member of Glass City Federal (or a parent, step-parent, or legal guardian is a member); and submits the completed application and required essay by March 31, 2017. You can obtain a copy of the application and more information by signing into your Naviance account, checking the student shared or emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

4.     Directions Credit Union is currently accepting applications for the 2017-2018 High School and College Scholarships.  Application deadline is March 6th.  For more information, sign into your Naviance account, check out the student shared, or request a packet by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

5.     Horace and Letitia Newton Scholarship Fund was established by Horace and Letitia Newton to provide scholarship grants to graduates of Toledo area schools.  Applicants must be a current senior or graduate of a Toledo area high school.  Applications are not reviewed or processed until all materials requested are submitted with the application.  The deadline for submission is April 15, 2017.  For more information sign into your Naviance account, check out the student-shared drive, or email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org for a packet.

6.     The Coolidge Scholarship is awarded annually and is a full-ride, presidential scholarship that covers a student’s tuition, room, board, and expenses for four years of undergraduate study.  Recipients at any accredited American college or university may use the Coolidge.  Anyone of any background, pursuing any academic discipline of study, may apply to this no-partisan, need-blind, program.  Students apply for this scholarship during their JUNIOR YEAR.  All applications must be received prior to the February 22, 2017 at 7:00 PM EST deadline.  For more information go to www.coolidgescholars.org/about/

7.     Northwest Ohio CU Outreach Alliance Scholarship Program are offering Cash for College to qualified seniors planning to pursue post-secondary education.  You do not need to be a credit union member.  Application deadline is March 31, 2017.  For more information sign into Naviance or check out the student shared drive.

8.     Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive, Naviance, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

 

For April’s BCSN nominee consideration, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than the end of the day Friday, February 24th     ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

 

 

ATTENTION CURRENT JUNIORS

TSA will be administering the ACT on March 21st to all current juniors at no cost to the students. 

 

If the ACT was not taken at TSA, TSA must receive ACT or SAT scores BEFORE May 2, 2017 to fulfill TSA’s re-enrollment requirement.  The April 8th ACT and March 11th SAT tests are the last tests available that will get test results back to TSA in time to satisfy this requirement.

 

ACT:

The April 8th ACT test registration deadline is March 3rd with late registration dates of March 4-17 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SAT:

The March 11th SAT test registration deadline is February 10 with a late paper registration deadline of February 21st and a late online/phone deadline of February 28th with a late fee.

 

To learn more or to register go to http://sat.collegeboard.org

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

1.     Metroparks Toledo is seeking teens ages 14-18 to volunteer as Counselors In Training (CIFs) for Summer camp.  Acceptance into the CIT program is a competitive process.  An application needs to be submitted by March 5th with two references.  An interview with the Metroparks staff will also be scheduled.  If your interested check out the flyer hanging outside of the guidance office or in the student shared drive.  You may apply online at metroparkstoledo.com/cit.

2.     The Ohio State University Buckeye Student Leadership Academy will be held June 26-29, 2017and is free for participants.  Transportation is provided from some areas of the state.  Learn more or apply at admissions.osu.edu/bsla. The application deadline is February 13th.

3.     Law & Leadership Institute is a statewide program that inspires and prepares high school students for post-secondary and professional success through legally-based curricula and leadership training.  Open to current 9th grade students.  To learn more, visit www.lawandleadership.org or e-mail lli@lawandleadership.org .  Application deadline is March 24, 2017.  Applications can be found on the student-shared drive, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@tsr4arts.org.

4.     For more information on Ohio State University’s Stone Lab or to apply, go to go.osu.edu/summer2017.  Scholarships are available and the deadline is March 2, 2017.

5.     Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more information check out the poster hanging on the wall, outside of the guidance office or visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

6.     Wright State will be offering The Professional Business Institute (PBI).  Space is limited.  Apply by March 31st 2017.  This program is FREE with a $50 refundable deposit.  Apply today: www.wright.edu/pbi call 937-775-2812 or rscob-pbi@wright.edu

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

 

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS:

Once you have met with your counselor and have completed the colored class registration form for 17-18, please DO NOT CHANGE anything on the colored form.        

If you change your mind after your appointment with your counselor, please complete a class change form and return to the guidance office.  Your classes will not be changed without a completed class change form.   You will not be charged the $25 class change fee until May 19th.

February 1-3, 2017

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF FEBRUARY 1, 2017:

 $2,869,640.00

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

**SABRIYAH DAVIS-Cleveland State University, Eastern Michigan University & Savannah College of Art and Design

**SHANNON GILL-Ohio University

**KC LYPHOUT-Point Park University

**BENJAMIN SCHEIBER-The University of Dayton

**MEGAN SOPHER-Youngstown State University

 

COLLEGE/MISCELLANEOUS INFO:

1.        The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) invites sophomores, juniors, and seniors to the National College Fair coming to our area March 26-28.  Free and open to the public, admission representatives from hundreds of colleges and universities are available to speak with students one-on-one concerning the college admission process and college life in general.  To learn more about NACAC’s College Fair programs, visit: www.nacacfairs.org

2.        During The University of Dayton’s School of Engineering’s Explore Engineering, students will experience engineering that matters as they participate in hands-on laboratories with faculty and UD students while learning how we infuse innovation and creativity into engineering design.  For questions contact Shawnee Breitenstein at udengineering@udayton.edu or 937-229-3296.  Engineering overnight will be held February 24th and exploring engineering will be held February 25th.  Learn more and RSVP at go.udayton.edu/exploreengineering.  Space is limited and reservations are required.  Both programs are co-ed.

3.        Ohio Northern University-2017 MUSIC AUDITIONS; Feb. 11, Feb. 18 and March 18-ONU.EDU/MUSIC or contact Dr. Rebecca Casey at r-casey@onu.edu or 419-772-2156 to schedule a live audition.

4.        Through the generous support of Ross University, the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association is pleased to host the 2017 Veterinary Exploration Conference and College Fair on Saturday February 25, 2017.   This program will expose students to available careers in veterinary medicine that might otherwise have been a mystery.  Registration is $10 per student and is open to high school juniors and seniors, and undergraduate students.   Please register at http://mvcinfo.org/students/VEC.html before the February 19th deadline.  For any questions please contact Mia Cunningham at 614-436-1300 or MLC@Ohiovma.org.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.        Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc. will be offering a $1, 000 scholarship to one student from a Toledo area high school who has a cumulative GPA of 2.5 and has been accepted to an accredited business college, college/university, or vocational school.  For more information check out the student shared drive or your Naviance account.  An application is required and the deadline is March 31, 2017.  For any questions please contact Salena S. Feguson at salena.ferguson10@gmail.com

2.        Glass City Federal Credit Union is awarding five $1,000 scholarships to area high school seniors who will be attending a 2- to 4-year accredited post-secondary institution in the 2017-2018 school year; is a member of Glass City Federal (or a parent, step-parent, or legal guardian is a member); and submits the completed application and required essay by March 31, 2017. You can obtain a copy of the application and more information by signing into your Naviance account, checking the student shared or emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

3.        Directions Credit Union is currently accepting applications for the 2017-2018 High School and College Scholarships.  For more information, sign into your Naviance account, check out the student shared, or request a packet by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

4.        Horace and Letitia Newton Scholarship Fund was established by Horace and Letitia Newton to provide scholarship grants to graduates of Toledo area schools.  Applicants must be a current senior or graduate of a Toledo area high school.  Applications are not reviewed or processed until all materials requested are submitted with the application.  The deadline for submission is April 15, 2017.  For more information sign into your Naviance account, check out the student-shared drive, or email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org for a packet.

5.        The Coolidge Scholarship is awarded annually and is a full-ride, presidential scholarship that covers a student’s tuition, room, board, and expenses for four years of undergraduate study.  Recipients at any accredited American college or university may use the Coolidge.  Anyone of any background, pursuing any academic discipline of study, may apply to this no-partisan, need-blind, program.  Students apply for this scholarship during their JUNIOR YEAR.  For more information go to www.coolidgescholars.org/about/

6.        Black Lives Matter-In 250-500 words, explain what “Black Lives Matter” means to you.  Scholarships range from $250-$1,000.  All entries are due February 1, 2017.  Please include your name and current year in an emailed response to Ruth Leonard at csrntoledo@gmail.com.

7.        Northwest Ohio CU Outreach Alliance Scholarship Program are offering three scholarships from $500-$1500 to qualified seniors planning to pursue post-secondary education.  You do not need to be a credit union member.  For more information sign into Naviance or check out the student shared drive.

8.        Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive, Naviance, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

 

For April’s BCSN nominee consideration, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than the end of the day Friday, February 24th     ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

 

ATTENTION CURRENT JUNIORS

TSA will be administering the ACT on March 21st to all current juniors at no cost to the students. 

 

If the ACT was not taken at TSA, TSA must receive ACT or SAT scores BEFORE May 2, 2017 to fulfill TSA’s re-enrollment requirement.  The April 8th ACT and March 11th SAT tests are the last tests available that will get test results back to TSA in time to satisfy this requirement.

 

ACT:

The April 8th ACT test registration deadline is March 3rd with late registration dates of March 4-17 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SAT:

The March 11th SAT test registration deadline is February 10 with a late paper registration deadline of February 21st  and a late online/phone deadline of February 28th with a late fee.

 

To learn more or to register go to http://sat.collegeboard.org

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

1.    The Ohio State University Buckeye Student Leadership Academy will be held June 26-29, 2017and is free for participants.  Transportation is provided from some areas of the state.  Learn more or apply at admissions.osu.edu/bsla. The application deadline is February 13th.

2.    Law & Leadership Institute is a statewide program that inspires and prepares high school students for post-secondary and professional success through legally-based curricula and leadership training.  Open to current 9th grade students.  To learn more, visit www.lawandleadership.org or e-mail lli@lawandleadership.org .  Application deadline is March 24, 2017.  Applications can be found on the student-shared drive, or by emailing Mrs. Perry  at bperry@tsr4arts.org.

3.        For more information on Ohio State University’s Stone Lab or to apply, go to go.osu.edu/summer2017.  Scholarships are available and the deadline is March 2, 2017.

4.        Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more information check out the poster hanging on the wall, outside of the guidance office or visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

5.        Wright State will be offering The Professional Business Institute (PBI).  Space is limited.  Apply by March 31st 2017.  This program is FREE with a $50 refundable deposit.  Apply today: www.wright.edu/pbi call 937-775-2812 or rscob-pbi@wright.edu

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

 

January 25-27, 2017

 

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF JANUARY 25, 2017:

 $2,869,640.00

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

BOBBI BARANEK-Adrian College, North Central College, Pace University, The University of Toledo, & Wright State University

MADDIE KNAUSS-Ohio University

LYRICKA ROBINSON-SMITH-Allegheny College, Cleveland State University, Daemen College, Eastern Mennonite University, Lourdes University & Ohio University

LYDIA SOLEAU-Mercy College of Ohio

JULIA SOPHER-Bellarmine University, Bowling Green State University, Northern Illinois University & Wittenberg University

 

COLLEGE/MISCELLANEOUS INFO:

Ohio Northern University

1.  2017 MUSIC AUDITIONS

Feb. 11, Feb. 18 and March 18

ONU.EDU/MUSIC or contact Dr. Rebecca Casey at r-casey@onu.edu or 419-772-2156 to schedule a live audition.

 

2.  Through the generous support of Ross University, the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association is pleased to host the 2017 Veterinary Exploration Conference and College Fair on Saturday February 25, 2017.   This program will expose students to available careers in veterinary medicine that might otherwise have been a mystery.  Registration is $10 per student and is open to high school juniors and seniors, and undergraduate students.   Please register at http://mvcinfo.org/students/VEC.html before the February 19th deadline.  For any questions please contact Mia Cunningham at 614-436-1300 or MLC@Ohiovma.org.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.         Directions Credit Union is currently accepting applications for the 2017-2018 High School and College Scholarships.  For more information, sign into your Naviance account, check out the student shared, or request a packet by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

2.         Horace and Letitia Newton Scholarship Fund was established by Horace and Letitia Newton to provide scholarship grants to graduates of Toledo area schools.  Applicants must be a current senior or graduate of a Toledo area high school.  Applications are not reviewed or processed until all materials requested are submitted with the application.  The deadline for submission is April 15, 2017.  For more information sign into your Naviance account, check out the student-shared drive, or email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org for a packet.

3.         The Coolidge Scholarship is awarded annually and is a full-ride, presidential scholarship that covers a student’s tuition, room, board, and expenses for four years of undergraduate study.  Recipients at any accredited American college or university may use the Coolidge.  Anyone of any background, pursuing any academic discipline of study, may apply to this no-partisan, need-blind, program.  Students apply for this scholarship during their JUNIOR YEAR.  For more information go to www.coolidgescholars.org/about/

4.         Black Lives Matter-In 250-500 words, explain what “Black Lives Matter” means to you.  Scholarships range from $250-$1,000.  All entries are due February 1, 2017.  Please include your name and current year in an emailed response to Ruth Leonard at csrntoledo@gmail.com.

5.         Northwest Ohio CU Outreach Alliance Scholarship Program are offering three scholarships from $500-$1500 to qualified seniors planning to pursue post-secondary education.  You do not need to be a credit union member.  For more information sign into Naviance or check out the student shared drive.

6.         Through the generosity of many individuals, families and businesses, Toledo Community Foundation awards educational scholarships to local students every year.  Check out the flier posted outside of the guidance office or in the student shared drive-Guidance Department folder.  When you identify a scholarship that might be relevant to you, visit www.toledocf.org, click the Scholarships tab, and search the alphabetical list for the scholarship title.  Click “apply online here”, for the program description, applicant requirements and online application.  (They will continue to add scholarships as they become available.  Check back often!)  Many of the application deadlines are as early as February 1, 2017, so please plan ahead.

7.         America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, is giving students the chance to earn a $1,500 scholarship in an ag-related field of study.  Ag offers thousands of career choices in exciting fields like science, technology, business and engineering.  The USDA projects an average of nearly 60,000 annual job openings in ag over the next five years.  Now is the time for you to check out your options and consider this growing industry.  Students can apply for this scholarship November 15, 2016-February 1, 2017at FFA.org/scholarships.

8.         Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive, Naviance, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

 

For March’s BCSN nominee consideration, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than the end of the day Friday, January 27th    ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

 

ATTENTION CURRENT JUNIORS

TSA will be administering the ACT on March 21st to all current juniors at no cost to the students. 

All current juniors who do not take the March 21st ACT at Toledo School for the Arts will be required to take the ACT or SAT and have results back to TSA BEFORE May 2, 2017 to satisfy the TSA re-enrollment requirement.

 

THE LAST TEST DATES THAT WILL GET RESULTS BACK TO TSA IN TIME TO SATISFY THE RE-ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENT FOR CURRENT JUNIORS are as follows:

 

 April 8th ACT-Registration deadline is March 3rd-To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org

March 11th SAT-Registration deadline is February 10th.  To learn more or to register go to www.collegeboard.org

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

1.         For more information on Ohio State University’s Stone Lab or to apply, go to go.osu.edu/summer2017.  Scholarships are available and the deadline is March 2, 2017.

2.         Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more information check out the poster hanging on the wall, outside of the guidance office or visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

3.         Wright State will be offering The Professional Business Institute (PBI).  Space is limited.  Apply by March 31st 2017.  This program is FREE with a $50 refundable deposit.  Apply today: www.wright.edu/pbi call 937-775-2812 or rscob-pbi@wright.edu

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

 

January 23, 2017


CONGRATULATIONS to all of our Quarter 2 honor roll recipients!​

Honor Roll lists have been posted on both the guidance office bulletin board (by room 300), and on the Junior High bulletin board on the first floor.  

The Quarterly Honor Roll Award acknowledges students that have earned all A’s and B’s for Quarter 1, Quarter 2 and Quarter 3.  

Students who earned all A’s and B’s for their Quarter 1, Quarter 2, and Quarter 3 grades will be invited to the “Sweets for Success Reception” in the Spring.

January 20, 2017

CLASS OF 2017

IMPORTANT DATES:

1.        April 12th - Our Jostens representative will be in The Flying Pig during lunches to distribute graduation announcement orders.  If you have any questions regarding your order, please contact Jostens at 1-800-567-8367 or www.jostens.com/contact.

2.        April 28th-All school fees are due and

3.        April 28th – Scholarship and college acceptance letters deadline.  All scholarship and college acceptance letters are due by the end of the day to the guidance office to be included in the graduation program.  Please either email them to bperry@ts4arts.org or bring them to the guidance office and we will take a copy of it.

4.        May 8th- Cap and gown delivery. Cap and gown packages will be distributed in The Flying Pig during lunches.  All school fees must be paid in full in order to pick up your cap and gown package.

5.        May 26th - Awards Program and seniors last day.

6.        June 3rd – Graduation.  Seniors need to report to the Valentine Theater no later than 12:00 (enter through the red stage door).  The graduation ceremony will start at 2:00 p.m.  A reception for graduates and their families will be held immediately following the ceremony.  

ATTENTION 8-11TH GRADERS:

 

Scheduling appointments will begin next week for 8th and 11th graders.  You will receive an email from the guidance office when your appointment has been scheduled.  Please add a reminder on your iPad and be prompt for your appointment.

 

In addition, the courses are now live in Power School.  Please be sure to enter your classes into Power School, BEFORE your scheduling appointment with your counselor.

 

Online Course Registration Directions were included in your class registration packet you received at your class meeting.  If you need another packet, please pick one up in the guidance office.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the guidance office at bperry@ts4arts.org or 419-246-8732 ext.300

January 18-20, 2017

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF JANUARY 18, 2017:

 $2,177,000.00

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

MADDIE KNAUSS-Ohio University

LYRICKA ROBINSON-SMITH-Bellarmine University & Eastern Mennonite University

 

COLLEGE INFO:

Ohio Northern University

2017 MUSIC AUDITIONS

Feb. 11, Feb. 18 and March 18

ONU.EDU/MUSIC or contact Dr. Rebecca Casey at r-casey@onu.edu or 419-772-2156 to schedule a live audition.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.         Northwest Ohio CU Outreach Alliance Scholarship Program are offering three scholarships from $500-$1500 to qualified seniors planning to pursue post-secondary education.  You do not need to be a credit union member.  For more information sign into Naviance or check out the student shared drive.

2.         Through the generosity of many individuals, families and businesses, Toledo Community Foundation awards educational scholarships to local students every year.  Check out the flier posted outside of the guidance office or in the student shared drive-Guidance Department folder.  When you identify a scholarship that might be relevant to you, visit www.toledocf.org, click the Scholarships tab, and search the alphabetical list for the scholarship title.  Click “apply online here”, for the program description, applicant requirements and online application.  (They will continue to add scholarships as they become available.  Check back often!)  Many of the application deadlines are as early as February 1, 2017, so please plan ahead.

3.         America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, is giving students the chance to earn a $1,500 scholarship in an ag-related field of study.  Ag offers thousands of career choices in exciting fields like science, technology, business and engineering.  The USDA projects an average of nearly 60,000 annual job openings in ag over the next five years.  Now is the time for you to check out your options and consider this growing industry.  Students can apply for this scholarship November 15, 2016-February 1, 2017at FFA.org/scholarships.

4.         Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive, Naviance, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

 

For March’s BCSN nominee consideration, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than the end of the day Friday, January 27th    ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

 

ATTENTION CURRENT JUNIORS

TSA will be administering the ACT on March 21st to all current juniors at no cost to the students. 

 

CT:

For current Juniors who do not take the March 21st ACT at TSA -THE LAST TEST DATE THAT WILL GET RESULTS BACK TO TSA IN TIME TO SATISFY THE RE-ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENT FOR CURRENT JUNIORS will be the April 8th ACT test.  The registration deadline is March 3rd with late registration dates of March 4-17 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

SAT:

The March 11th  SAT test registration deadline is February 10 with a late paper registration deadline of February 21st  and a late online/phone deadline of February 28th.   THIS IS THE LAST TEST DATE THAT WILL GET RESULTS BACK TO TSA TO SATISFY THE RE-ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENT FOR CURENT JUNIORS.

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITITIES:

1.         Wright State University Pre-College Programs will be offering residential camps and institutes for students in grades 6-9th.  For more information check out the poster hanging on the wall, outside of the guidance office or visit www.wright.edu/precollege, phone 937-775-3135 or email: precollege@wright.edu

2.         Wright State will be offering The Professional Business Institute (PBI).  Space is limited.  Apply by March 31st 2017.  This program is FREE with a $50 refundable deposit.  Apply today: www.wright.edu/pbi call 937-775-2812 or rscob-pbi@wright.edu

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

 

JANUARY 11-13, 2017

 

CCP MEETING:

The Guidance office will be offering an informational session on the “College Credit Plus Program (CCP)” on Wednesday January 11th at 6:00 p.m. in the TSA Attic Theater.  

Representatives from Owens Community College, Bowling Green State University and The University of Toledo will be here to answer any questions students or parents may have.

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF JANUARY 11TH, 2017:  $2,025,000.00

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

BETH BOSTLEMAN-University of Michigan, The Ohio State University, Purdue University, and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

LYRICKA ROBINSON-SMITH-Hollins University & Ursuline College

REBECCA YOUNG-The Ohio State University

 

COLLEGE INFO:

Baldwin Wallace University

Important Dates:

Priority application deadline for all 2017 Admission: Wednesday, February 1

President’s Day Open House: Monday, February 20

Junior Visit Day: Saturday, April 29th

Priority Deposit Deadline for Fall 2017 Enrollment: Monday, May 1

www.bw.edu/admission

 

Ohio Northern University

2017 Music Auditions

Feb. 11, Feb. 18 and March 18

ONU.EDU/MUSIC or contact Dr. Rebecca Casey at r-casey@onu.edu or 419-772-2156 to schedule a live audition.

 

ATTENTION 8TH GRADE, FRESHMAN, SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS AND SENIORS:

MANDATORY MEETING FOR CURRENT 8TH GRADERS AND PARENTS

There will be two identical sessions held on Tuesday, January 17th at 6:00 p.m. and on Wednesday, January 18th at 8:00 a.m. (during the 2 hour delay) in the Attic Theater.  You only need to attend one of those sessions, so please choose whichever time is convenient for you and your student.

 

During the meeting various items pertaining to high school will be discussed.  Some of the topics covered will include graduation requirements, arts major certificate requirements, art electives, 9th grade registration, and the high school plan.

 

17-18 CLASS SCHEDULING MEETINGS:

The Guidance Counselors will be meeting with the current 8-11th grade students on Friday, January 13th to go over class scheduling for next year.  Each student will receive a scheduling packet.  Please review these packets with your parent/guardian and have course requests entered in PowerSchool prior to your appointment with your counselor.  Once your appointment has been scheduled, you will receive an email with your date and time.

 

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

SENIORS ONLY:

1.    The William D Squires Educational Foundation is once again offering fifteen college scholarships to high school seniors from Ohio.  The scholarship award is $3,000 per year and is renewable with a value up to $12,000 and is primarily financial need-based.  Applicant’s EFC from FAFSA must be less than 8,000.  Ideal candidates must already know their career goal and are highly motivated, but require financial assistance to pursue their dream of higher education.  www.wmdsquiresfoundation.org

2.    The Schwallie Family Scholarship is offering $3,000 to students diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome and who will be attending two-or four-year universities. Scholarship applications are completed online.  Deadline: May 5th. To learn more, including eligibility criteria and scholarship timeline, go to http://researchautism.org/how-we-help/scholarships.

3.    The Lisa Higgins Hussman Scholarship is offering $3,000 to students who typically face daily challenges related to autism and attend programs that assist in skill building, job readiness, and other transition-related skills.   Applicants must be attending two- of four-year universities.  Deadline: May 5th To learn more, including eligibility criteria and scholarship timeline, go to http://researchautism.org/how-we-help/scholarships.

4.    America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, is giving students the chance to earn a $1,500 scholarship in an ag-related field of study.  Ag offers thousands of career choices in exciting fields like science, technology, business and engineering.  The USDA projects an average of nearly 60,000 annual job openings in ag over the next five years.  Now is the time for you to check out your options and consider this growing industry.  Students can apply for this scholarship November 15, 2016-February 1, 2017at FFA.org/scholarships.

5.    Through the generosity of many individuals, families and businesses, Toledo Community Foundation awards educational scholarships to local students every year.  Check out the flier posted outside of the guidance office or in the student shared drive-Guidance Department folder.  When you identify a scholarship that might be relevant to you, visit www.toledocf.org, click the Scholarships tab, and search the alphabetical list for the scholarship title.  Click “apply online here”, for the program description, applicant requirements and online application.  (They will continue to add scholarships as they become available.  Check back often!)  Many of the application deadlines are as early as February 1, 2017, so please plan ahead.

6.    Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive, Naviance, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

 

For March’s BCSN nominee consideration, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than the end of the day, Friday, January 27th.   ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

7.    Toledo Jewish Community Foundation information packet and application’s can be found on the students’ shared drive or in the guidance office.  To be considered for this scholarship the committee will consider academic achievement and financial need.  Students must reside in the geographic area served by the Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo and must be entering an accredited undergraduate program as a full time student at the University of Toledo, Bowling Green State University, Lourdes University or Owens Community College.

8.    Walk the Word Ministry is offering (2) $500 Scholarships to any Lucas County seniors who plan to attend any form of credible post-secondary education or training, including university, college, trade, and apprenticeship programs.  For more information or to complete the online application go to: www.walktheword.org/scholarship-application.  Applications will be accepted until February 1 2017.

9.     

Check out your Naviance account or the student shared for more scholarship information.

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS:

1.    National High School Art & Design Competition

a.     $200,000 in College Scholarships

b.    11 Cash Prizes

c.     Honorable Mentions

d.    Deadline is Friday, February 3, 2017 at 5:00 PM EST

e.    For more information: Cia.edu/2d3d

2.    Ohio Business Week

a.     Hosted by Ohio University

b.    July 16-22

c.     Applications must be postmarked by April 30, 2017

d.    To learn more about OBW, download an application or apply online go to:  ohiobusinessweek.org

3.    Ohio State University’s Stone Laboratory

a.     OSU’s island campus on Lake Erie offers 25 science courses each summer for undergraduate and graduate students, advanced high school students and educators.

b.    Deadlines are as early as February 6th.

c.     For more information or to apply online go to: ohioseagrant.osu.edu         

 

CURRENT JUNIORS:

1.    The University of Toledo-Youth Nations

a.     Week long interactive, global leadership experience

b.    Early bird tuition for registering before May 1, 2017-$199 per person. $275 starting May 1, 2017.

c.     Dates July 23-28, 2017

d.    To register visit utoledo.edu/honors/youthnations

 

UPCOMING ACT/SAT DATES:

ACT:

The April 8th ACT test registration deadline is March 3rd with late registration dates of March 4-17 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SAT:

The March 11th SAT test registration deadline is February 10th with a late paper registration deadline of February 21st and a late online/phone deadline of February 28th.

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

Additional Announcement for January 4-6, 2017

MANDATORY informational meeting for CURRENT 8TH GRADERS

There will be two identical sessions held. Tuesday, January 17, 2017 at 6pm and Wednesday, January 18, 2017 at 8am (This meeting is held during the scheduled 2 hour delay). You only need to attend one of these sessions. Please choose whichever time is more convenient for you and your student. During the meeting, various items pertaining to high school will be discussed. Some of the topics covered will include graduation requirements, arts major certificate requirements, arts electives, 9th grade registration and the four year plan.

CCP MEETING

The Guidance office will be offering an informational session on the “College Credit Plus Program (CCP)” on Wednesday January 11th at 6:00 p.m. in the TSA Attic Theater.  

Representatives from Owens Community College, Bowling Green State University and The University of Toledo will be here to answer any questions students or parents may have.

 

17-18 CLASS SCHEDULING MEETINGS

The Guidance Counselors will be meeting with the current 8-11th grade students on Friday, January 13th to go over class scheduling for next year.  Each student will receive a scheduling packet.  Please have course requests entered in PowerSchool prior meeting with their counselor. Individual scheduling meetings will begin after Friday, January 13th.

JANUARY 4-6, 2017

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF JANUARY 4TH, 2017: $1,893,000.00

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

RIN BAATZ-Ohio State University-Lima

KATIE FONG-The College of Wooster

LYRICKA ROBINSON-SMITH-Mount Vernon Nazarene University

JULIA SOPHER-Ohio Northern University, Ohio University, Otterbein University & Xavier University

MEGAN SOPHER-Wilmington College

 

COLLEGE INFO:

Baldwin Wallace University

Important Dates:

Priority application deadline for all 2017 Admission: Wednesday, February 1

President’s Day Open House: Monday, February 20

Junior Visit Day: Saturday, April 29th

Priority Deposit Deadline for Fall 2017 Enrollment: Monday, May 1

President’s Day Open House: Monday, February 20

Junior Visit Day: Saturday, April 29th

www.bw.edu/admission

 Ohio Northern University

2017 MUSIC AUDITIONS

Feb. 11, Feb. 18 and March 18

ONU.EDU/MUSIC or contact Dr. Rebecca Casey at r-casey@onu.edu or 419-772-2156 to schedule a live audition.

ATTENTION FRESHMAN, SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS AND SENIORS:

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

SENIORS ONLY:

1.    America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, is giving students the chance to earn a $1,500 scholarship in an ag-related field of study.  Ag offers thousands of career choices in exciting fields like science, technology, business and engineering.  The USDA projects an average of nearly 60,000 annual job openings in ag over the next five years.  Now is the time for you to check out your options and consider this growing industry.  Students can apply for this scholarship November 15, 2016-February 1, 2017at FFA.org/scholarships.

2.    Through the generosity of many individuals, families and businesses, Toledo Community Foundation awards educational scholarships to local students every year.  Check out the flier posted outside of the guidance office or in the student shared drive-Guidance Department folder.  When you identify a scholarship that might be relevant to you, visit www.toledocf.org, click the Scholarships tab, and search the alphabetical list for the scholarship title.  Click “apply online here”, for the program description, applicant requirements and online application.  (They will continue to add scholarships as they become available.  Check back often!)  Many of the application deadlines are as early as February 1, 2017, so please plan ahead.

3.     Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive, Naviance, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

 

For March’s BCSN nominee consideration, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than the end of the day, Friday, January 27th.   ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

4.     Toledo Jewish Community Foundation information packet and application’s can be found on the students’ shared drive or in the guidance office.  To be considered for this scholarship the committee will consider academic achievement and financial need.  Students must reside in the geographic area served by the Jewish Federation of Greater Toledo and must be entering an accredited undergraduate program as a full time student at the University of Toledo, Bowling Green State University, Lourdes University or Owens Community College.

5.     Walk the Word Ministry is offering (2) $500 Scholarships to any Lucas County seniors who plans to attend any form of credible post-secondary education or training, including university, college, trade, and apprenticeship programs.  For more information or to complete the online application go to: www.walktheword.org/scholarship-application .  Applications will be accepted until February 1 2017.

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS:

1.    National High School Art & Design Competition

a.     $200,000 in College Scholarships

b.    11 Cash Prizes

c.     Honorable Mentions

d.    Deadline is Friday, February 3, 2017 at 5:00 PM EST

e.    For more information: Cia.edu/2d3d

2.    Ohio Business Week

a.     Hosted by Ohio University

b.    July 16-22

c.     Applications must be postmarked by April 30, 2017

d.    To learn more about OBW, download an application or apply online go to:  ohiobusinessweek.org

3.    Ohio State University’s Stone Laboratory

a.     OSU’s island campus on Lake Erie offers 25 science courses each summer for undergraduate and graduate students, advanced high school students and educators.

b.    Deadlines are as early as February 6th.

c.     For more information or to apply online go to: ohioseagrant.osu.edu         

 

CURRENT JUNIORS:

1.    The University of Toledo-Youth Nations

a.     Week long interactive, global leadership experience

b.    Early bird tuition for registering before May 1, 2017-$199 per person. $275 starting May 1, 2017.

c.     Dates July 23-28, 2017

d.    To register visit utoledo.edu/honors/youthnations

 

UPCOMING ACT/SAT DATES:

ACT:

The April 8th ACT test registration deadline is March 3rd with late registration dates of March 4-17 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SAT:

The March 11th SAT test registration deadline is February 10th with a late paper registration deadline of February 21st and a late online/phone deadline of February 28th.

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

 

DECEMBER 14-16, 2016

ATTENTION SENIORS:

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF DECEMBER 14th 2016: $1,643,000.00

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

INDIGO MARTIN-The University of Toledo

LYDIA SOLEAU-Ohio University

MEGAN SOPHER-Notre Dame College & Eastern Michigan University

 

COLLEGE INFO:

Baldwin Wallace University

Important Dates:

Priority application deadline for all 2017 Admission: Wednesday, February 1

President’s Day Open House: Monday, February 20

Junior Visit Day: Saturday, April 29th

Priority Deposit Deadline for Fall 2017 Enrollment: Monday, May 1

www.bw.edu/admission

 

Ohio Northern University

2017 MUSIC AUDITIONS

Feb. 11, Feb. 18 and March 18

ONU.EDU/MUSIC or contact Dr. Rebecca Casey at r-casey@onu.edu or 419-772-2156 to schedule a live audition.

ATTENTION FRESHMAN, SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS AND SENIORS:

 ACT PREP COURSE:

The University of Toledo is pleased to offer you an intensive ACT Prep Course to help boost your test scores. For more information check out the flier hanging outside of the guidance office or on the student shared.

1.    January 10-February 14, 2017

2.    Maximum enrollment of 28 students, registration deadline is Friday, December 30, 2016.

3.    Cost is $119.95 (fee includes: All materials and services; Pre- and Post-tests with diagnostic feedback, student workbooks, certified instruction, UT parking, taxes, and shipping and handling).

4.    Complete and submit an ACT Prep Course registration form at www.utoledo.edu/success

5.    Make check or money order payable to The University of Toledo (payment deadline is January 2, 2017) and send to: The University of Toledo; Learning Enhancement Center; Attn: Julie Radwanski; 2801 W. Bancroft ST. MS 522; Toledo, OH 43606

6.    For additional information contact Julie Radwanski at 419.530.2449 or Julia.radwanski@utoledo.edu.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

SENIORS ONLY:

1.    Through the generosity of many individuals, families and businesses, Toledo Community Foundation awards educational scholarships to local students every year.  Check out the flier posted outside of the guidance office or in the student shared drive-Guidance Department folder.  When you identify a scholarship that might be relevant to you, visit www.toledocf.org, click the Scholarships tab, and search the alphabetical list for the scholarship title.  Click “apply online here”, for the program description, applicant requirements and online application.  (They will continue to add scholarships as they become available.  Check back often!)  Many of the application deadlines are as early as February 1, 2017, so please plan ahead.

2.    America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, is giving students the chance to earn a $1,500 scholarship in an ag-related field of study.  Ag offers thousands of career choices in exciting fields like science, technology, business and engineering.  The USDA projects an average of nearly 60,000 annual job openings in ag over the next five years.  Now is the time for you to check out your options and consider this growing industry.  Students can apply for this scholarship November 15, 2016-February 1, 2017at FFA.org/scholarships.

3.     Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive, Naviance, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

      For February’s BCSN nominee consideration, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than the end of the day, Friday, December 16th.   ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

4.   Walk the Word Ministry is offering (2) $500 Scholarships to any Lucas County seniors who plans to attend any form of credible post-secondary education or training, including university, college, trade, and apprenticeship programs.  For more information or to complete the online application go to: www.walktheword.org/scholarship-application .  Applications will be accepted until February 1 2017.

 

COLLEGE INFORMATION:

Baldwin Wallace University

President’s Day Open House: Monday, February 20

Junior Visit Day: Saturday, April 29th

www.bw.edu/admission

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS:

1.    National High School Art & Design Competition

a.     $200,000 in College Scholarships

b.    11 Cash Prizes

c.     Honorable Mentions

d.    Deadline is Friday, February 3, 2017 at 5:00 PM EST

e.    For more information: Cia.edu/2d3d

2.    Ohio Business Week

a.     Hosted by Ohio University

b.    July 16-22

c.     Applications must be postmarked by April 30, 2017

d.    To learn more about OBW, download an application or apply online go to:  ohiobusinessweek.org

3.    Ohio State University’s Stone Laboratory

a.     OSU’s island campus on Lake Erie offers 25 science courses each summer for undergraduate and graduate students, advanced high school students and educators.

b.    Deadlines are as early as February 6th.

c.     For more information or to apply online go to: ohioseagrant.osu.edu         

 

CURRENT JUNIORS:

1.    The University of Toledo-Youth Nations

a.     Week long interactive, global leadership experience

b.    Early bird tuition for registering before May 1, 2017-$199 per person. $275 starting May 1, 2017.

c.     Dates July 23-28, 2017

d.    To register visit utoledo.edu/honors/youthnations

 

UPCOMING ACT/SAT DATES:

ACT:

The February 11th test registration deadline is January 13 with late registration dates of January 14-20 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SAT:

The January 21st SAT test registration deadline is December 21 with a late paper registration deadline of January 3rd and a late online/phone deadline of January 10th.  Test results will be available online after February 23rd.  

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

 

DECEMBER 8-9, 2016

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF DECEMBER 8th 2016: $1,593,000.00

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

CAMERON FAIS-The University of Toledo

JOSH MITCHELL-Bowling Green State University & Ohio University

JAEL PATCHETT-University of Colorado

TAYLOR ROTH-Cleveland State University

TORI SIEVERT-Owens Community College

 

COLLEGE INFO:

Baldwin Wallace University

Important Dates:

Priority application deadline for all 2017 Admission: Wednesday, February 1

President’s Day Open House: Monday, February 20

Junior Visit Day: Saturday, April 29th

Priority Deposit Deadline for Fall 2017 Enrollment: Monday, May 1,

www.bw.edu/admission

 

Ohio Northern University

2017 MUSIC AUDITIONS

Feb. 11, Feb. 18 and March 18

ONU.EDU/MUSIC or contact Dr. Rebecca Casey at r-casey@onu.edu or 419-772-2156 to schedule a live audition.

 

CAP AND GOWN ORDER FORMS

 If you did not return your cap/gown/class ring order form, please complete and return at least the cap and gown portion and return to Mrs. Perry in the guidance office no later then the end of the school day Monday, December 12th.  There are extra packets available in the guidance office if you need one.

ATTENTION FRESHMAN, SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS AND SENIORS:

 SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS:

1.    Create a 60-second video on cybersecurity, imposter scams, o the importance of checking your credit report and enter the Ohio Attorney General’s Take Action Video Contest for the chance to win college scholarships up to $2,500.  The deadline for entries is December 9, 2016.  To learn more visit: www.OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov/TakeActionContest, email ConsumerOutreach@OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov or call 800-282-0515.

SENIORS ONLY:

1.    Through the generosity of many individuals, families and businesses, Toledo Community Foundation awards educational scholarships to local students every year.  Check out the flier posted outside of the guidance office or in the student shared drive-Guidance Department folder.  When you identify a scholarship that might be relevant to you, visit www.toledocf.org, click the Scholarships tab, and search the alphabetical list for the scholarship title.  Click “apply online here”, for the program description, applicant requirements and online application.  (They will continue to add scholarships as they become available.  Check back often!)  Many of the application deadlines are as early as February 1, 2017, so please plan ahead.

2.    America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, is giving students the chance to earn a $1,500 scholarship in an ag-related field of study.  Ag offers thousands of career choices in exciting fields like science, technology, business and engineering.  The USDA projects an average of nearly 60,000 annual job openings in ag over the next five years.  Now is the time for you to check out your options and consider this growing industry.  Students can apply for this scholarship November 15, 2016-February 1, 2017at FFA.org/scholarships.

3.         Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive, Naviance, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

 

For February’s BCSN nominee consideration, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than the end of the day, Friday, December 16th.   ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

 

CLASS RING PROMOTION

If you wanted to order a class ring but forgot to return the order packet, there’s still time!  Please complete a class ring order packet and return to Mrs. Perry in the guidance office no later then the end of the day Monday, December 12th.   Ordering packets are available on the bookshelf outside of the Guidance office, room 300.  If you have any questions please call  Jostens at 1-800-567-8367 or email them at www.jostens.com/contact.  

 

COLLEGE INFORMATION:

Baldwin Wallace University

President’s Day Open House: Monday, February 20

Junior Visit Day: Saturday, April 29th

www.bw.edu/admission

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS:

1.    National High School Art & Design Competition

a.     $200,000 in College Scholarships

b.    11 Cash Prizes

c.     Honorable Mentions

d.    Deadline is Friday, February 3, 2017 at 5:00 PM EST

e.    For more information: Cia.edu/2d3d

CURRENT JUNIORS:

1.    The University of Toledo-Youth Nations

a.     Week long interactive, global leadership experience

b.    Early bird tuition for registering before May 1, 2017-$199 per person. $275 starting May 1, 2017.

c.     Dates July 23-28, 2017

d.    To register visit utoledo.edu/honors/youthnations

 

UPCOMING ACT/SAT DATES:

ACT:

The February 11th test registration deadline is January 13 with late registration dates of January 14-20 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SAT:

The January 21st SAT test registration deadline is December 21 with a late paper registration deadline of January 3rd and a late online/phone deadline of January 10th.  Test results will be available online after February 23rd.  

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

 

V

Nov. 30, 2016-ADDITIONAL SCHOLARSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT:

To be eligible for The University of Toledo Herb Scholars Program, candidates must pursue a degree in the field of education at The University of Toledo.  Preference will be given to candidates who express an interest in teaching mathematics, science, special education or urban environment.  Scholarships, however, are not restricted to these areas.

Eligible candidates must pursue a degree in the field of education at The University of Toledo.  Preference will be given to candidates who express an interest in teaching mathematics, science, special education or urban environment.  Scholarships, however, are not restricted to these areas.

We are required to send an official transcript directly to the institution, so if you are interested, please return all required documents to me by the end of the day this Friday, December 2nd so I have time to organize and send to UT before their deadline.

​Candidates selected for interviews will be notified by January 3, 2017.

November 30-Dec. 2, 2016

SENIOR NEWS:
CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF NOVEMBER 30, 2016:  $1,523,000.00

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:
ANNIKA BARROW-Grace College & Ursuline College
JONATHAN CRAWFORD-Bowling Green State University
SABRIYAH DAVIS-Lourdes University
CHASE FULTS-Bowling Green State University
QUINN HATFIELD-KING-University of Cincinnati
MADDIE KNAUSS-Central Michigan University
KC LYPHOUT-Eastern Michigan University
JOSH MITCHELL-Cedarville University
LYRICKA ROBINSON-SMITH-Wittenberg University
ZACK SEIPLE-Bradley University, Lawrence Technological University, Shawnee State University, and The University of Toledo
REAGAN SHULL-University of Illinois at Chicago

COLLEGE INFO:
Ohio Northern University
2017 MUSIC AUDITIONS
Dec. 3, Feb. 11, Feb. 18 and March 18
ONU.EDU/MUSIC or contact Dr. Rebecca Casey at r-casey@onu.edu or 419-772-2156 to schedule a live audition.

Owens Community College
High School groups and families are invited to join Owens Community College to learn more about academic programs, tour campus, the admissions process, and receive financial aid/scholarship information.  You will be able to meet with faculty and staff to get your questions answered.  Please visit www.owens.edu/explore/special.html or call 567-661-7777 for more information and to sign up today!

The session begins at 10 a.m. and will conclude by 12 p.m.
Fine & Performing Arts, Communication, & Landscape-Preview Day; December 2

CAP AND GOWN ORDER FORMS
Cap and gown ordering packets were distributed at the class meeting.  

All seniors need to complete and return at least the cap and gown portion of the order form.  Please keep in mind the $75 graduation fee that all seniors are required to pay includes the cap, gown, and one tassel and is to be paid to Toledo School for the Arts.    Any additional items you want to order would need to be paid to Jostens.  

In addition, all outstanding fees, including the graduation fee are due by April 28th.  All outstanding fees and materials are required to be taken care of before students are permitted to walk at graduation.

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:
1.        ANY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT: Create a 60-second video on cybersecurity, imposter scams, or the importance of checking your credit report and enter the Ohio Attorney General’s Take Action Video Contest for the chance to win college scholarships up to $2,500.  The deadline for entries is December 9, 2016.  To learn more visit: www.OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov/TakeActionContest, email ConsumerOutreach@OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov or call 800-282-0515.
2.        CLASS OF 2017: Through the generosity of many individuals, families and businesses, Toledo Community Foundation awards educational scholarships to local students every year.  Check out the flier posted outside of the guidance office or in the student shared drive-Guidance Department folder.  When you identify a scholarship that might be relevant to you, visit www.toledocf.org, click the Scholarships tab, and search the alphabetical list for the scholarship title.  Click “apply online here”, for the program description, applicant requirements and online application.  (They will continue to add scholarships as they become available.  Check back often!)  Many of the application deadlines are as early as February 1, 2017, so please plan ahead.
3.        ANYONE LESS THAN 23 YEARS OF AGE: America’s Farmers Grow Ag Leaders, sponsored by the Monsanto Fund, is giving students the chance to earn a $1,500 scholarship in an ag-related field of study.  Ag offers thousands of career choices in exciting fields like science, technology, business and engineering.  The USDA projects an average of nearly 60,000 annual job openings in ag over the next five years.  Now is the time for you to check out your options and consider this growing industry.  Students can apply for this scholarship November 15, 2016-February 1, 2017at FFA.org/scholarships.

ATTENTION FRESHMAN, SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS AND SENIORS:
CLASS RING ORDER:

Attention classes of 2020, 2019, 2018, and 2017!

Have you ever wanted a class ring? Now’s the time!!!

Ordering packets are now available on the bookshelf outside of the Guidance office, room 300.

Our Jostens’s representative will be back to TSA on Wednesday, December 7th in the Flying Pig, during your lunchtime to pick up class ring orders and down-payments.

If you have any questions please call Jostens at 1-800-567-8367 or email  www.jostens.com/contact.

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:
Northwestern University National High School Institute’s “Cherubs” Program is made up of three summer Institutes: Theatre Arts, Film & Video, and Debate.  These programs combine intensive training, along with a once-in-a-lifetime summer experience making lifelong friends and contacts, while exploring the Northwestern campus and Chicago.  
The Theatre Arts Program is open exclusively to current high school juniors; the Film & Video program is open to current sophomores and juniors; and our Debate programs are open to current freshman, sophomores, and juniors.

For more information check out the flier in the student shared, on the magazine rack outside of the guidance office, or go to their website: nhsi.northwestern.edu.

UPCOMING ACT/SAT DATES:
ACT:
The February 11th test registration deadline is January 13 with late registration dates of January 14-20 with a late fee.

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

SAT:
The January 21st SAT test registration deadline is December 21 with a late paper registration deadline of January 3rd and a late online/phone deadline of January 10th.  Test results will be available online after February 23rd.  

SCHOOL CODE 365043

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION:
THE TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART is offering youth art classes to children ages 3-18 in drawing, painting, sculpture, digital photography, and computer programming.  Full scholarships are available for students of all ages.  All classes spend time looking at art in the Museum’s galleries and creating art in the studios.  Cost is $75 for TMA members and $90 for non-members for most youth classes.  All supplies are included.  

The teen work-study program is for students ages 14-18.  Students will assist an instructor in class for elementary school-age students.  In exchange, work-study students take a teen class free of charge.

For more information check out the flier in the student shared drive, visit online at www.toledomuseum.org/learn/class/ , call 419-254-5080 or email their Education Programs Coordinator, Sara Daniels at sdaniels@toledomuseum,org.

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

November 28, 2016

The following information was emailed to the class of 2017 this morning:

Good morning and welcome back!

Our Jostens' representative will be here tomorrow morning at 8:00 to distribute cap and gown ordering materials.  Please report to your first period teacher to get attendance and then wait for dismissal by announcement. 

All students are required to complete and return at least the cap and gown portion of the order form.  Please keep in mind the $75 graduation fee that all seniors are required to pay includes your cap, gown, and one tassel, and is to be paid to Toledo School for the Arts.        Any additional items you want to order would need to be paid to Jostens.

Our Jostens' representative will be back Wednesday, December 7th , during lunchtimes to collect the order forms.

​If you have any questions, please feel free to let me know.

Sincerely,

Beth Perry

Toledo School for the Arts

Administrative Assistant-Guidance

419-246-8732 ext. 300

November 22

The following information was emailed to the class of 2017 this morning:

Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found in TSA’s student shared drive or Naviance.  In addition, application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials .

 

For January's BCSN nominee consideration, please either email or drop off a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than Monday, November 28th.  

ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA, and students can only be nominated one month.

November 16-18, 2016

 CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF NOVEMBER 16, 2016:

 $1,239,000.00

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

KATIE FONG-Cleveland State University

BELLA HAACK-Marymount Manhattan College & Wright State University

EVAN JOHNS-Ohio University & The University of Toledo

KACIE SPENCER-The University of Toledo

REBECCA YOUNG-Wright State University

 

COLLEGE INFO:

Cleveland Institute of Art

Portfolio Day-Saturday, November 12th; 12-4PM

Register at: cia.edu/ciapd2016

 

Denison University

REYNOLDS YOUNG WRITERS WORKSHOP

The Jonathan R. Reynolds Writers Workshop is an eight-day residential summer program in creative writing for current high school sophomores and juniors who love to write.

June 18-25, 2017

Online application portal opens January 4, 2017

Application deadline is Sunday, March 5, 2017 at 11:59 p.m.

Reynolds.denison.edu

 

Ohio Northern University

2017 MUSIC AUDITIONS

Dec. 3, Feb. 11, Feb. 18 and March 18

ONU.EDU/MUSIC or contact Dr. Rebecca Casey at r-casey@onu.edu or 419-772-2156 to schedule a live audition.

 

SUMMER MUSIC CAMP

June 18-23, 2017 Open to all musicians Grades 7-12-Band, Orchestra and Choir.

ONU.EDU/ARTS_SCIENCES/MUSIC/SUMMER_MUSIC_CAMP

 

Otterbein University

·      Dec. 15-Priority Scholarship Deadline

·      Mid-January-Notifications begin for financial aid award packages

·      Feb. 15-FAFSA priority filing date, for May 1 decision

·      March 1-General application deadline

·      May 1-National Decision Deadline

For application information or full criteria for scholarships go online at Otterbein.edu.

 

Owens Community College

High School groups and families are invited to join Owens Community College to learn more about academic programs, tour campus, the admissions process, and receive financial aid/scholarship information.  You will be able to meet with faculty and staff to get your questions answered.  Please visit www.owens.edu/explore/special.html or call 567-661-7777 for more information and to sign up today!

Each session begins at 10 a.m. and will conclude by 12 p.m.

 

Nursing, Health & Culinary-Preview Day; November 16

Information Sessions with General Campus Tour; November 18

Fine & Performing Arts, Communication, & Landscape-Preview Day; December 2

*Held on the Findlay-area campus

 

The University of Cincinnati

The University of Cincinnati proudly announces Cincinnatus XXI, their scholarship program where more than $22 million will be awarded to students who will be judged on academic abilities, creative skills and leadership potential.

·      December 1st admission application early action deadline for Cincinnatus consideration

·      Test scores for all UC admission applicants must be submitted directly from testing agencies.

·      Eligibility for scholarships at multiple levels will be determined by academic program

·      National Merit and National Hispanic Scholars Finalists are automatically awarded at the Cincinnatus Excellence level.

 

University of Pittsburg deadlines:

Scholarship and Guaranteed Admissions Program deadlines:

·      Physician Assistant Guarantee: December 1

·      Pitt Scholarships: December 15

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.     Create a 60-second video on cybersecurity, imposter scams, o the importance of checking your credit report and enter the Ohio Attorney General’s Take Action Video Contest for the chance to win college scholarships up to $2,500.  The deadline for entries is December 9, 2016.  To learn more visit: www.OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov/TakeActionContest, email ConsumerOutreach@OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov or call 800-282-0515.

2.     Through the generosity of many individuals, families and businesses, Toledo Community Foundation awards educational scholarships to local students every year.  Check out the flier posted outside of the guidance office or in the student shared drive-Guidance Department folder.  When you identify a scholarship that might be relevant to you, visit www.toledocf.org, click the Scholarships tab, and search the alphabetical list for the scholarship title.  Click “apply online here”, for the program description, applicant requirements and online application.  (They will continue to add scholarships as they become available.  Check back often!)  Many of the application deadlines are as early as February 1, 2017, so please plan ahead.

 

UPCOMING ACT/SAT DATES:

ACT:

The December 10th test registration deadline is November 4th with late registration dates of November 5-18 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SAT:

The December 3rd SAT test registration deadline is November 3rd with a late paper registration deadline of November 15th and a late online/phone deadline of November 22nd.  Test results will be available online after December 23rd.  

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

 

November 15, 2016

Congratulations to all of our Quarter 1 honor roll recipients.  The Quarterly Honor Roll Award acknowledges students that have earned all A’s and B’s for Quarter 1, Quarter 2 and Quarter 3.  

Honor Roll lists have been posted both by the guidance office (all grades) and on the Junior High bulletin board on the first floor (6-8th grade).

 

Students who earned all A’s and B’s for their Quarter 1, Quarter 2, and Quarter 3 grades will be invited to the “Sweets for Success Reception” in the Spring.

November 9-11, 2016

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF NOVEMBER 9, 2016:

 $1,021,000.00

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

MEGAN SOPHER-Bowling Green State University

SHANNON GILL-Bowling Green State University & The University of Toledo

BELLA HAACK-Nebraska Wesleyan University

JAEL PATCHETT-Bowling Green State University

LYRICKA ROBINSON-SMITH-Alma College

JEANNIE SINCIC-Marymount Manhattan College

LYDIA SOLEAU-Bowling Green State University & Eastern Michigan University

MIRANDA ZIELINSKI-Capital University

 

COLLEGE INFO:

Cleveland Institute of Art

Portfolio Day-Saturday, November 12th; 12-4PM

Register at: cia.edu/ciapd2016

 

Denison University

REYNOLDS YOUNG WRITERS WORKSHOP

The Jonathan R. Reynolds Writers Workshop is an eight-day residential summer program in creative writing for current high school sophomores and juniors who love to write.

June 18-25, 2017

Online application portal opens January 4, 2017

Application deadline is Sunday, March 5, 2017 at 11:59 p.m.

Reynolds.denison.edu

 

Ohio Northern University

2017 MUSIC AUDITIONS

Dec. 3, Feb. 11, Feb. 18 and March 18

ONU.EDU/MUSIC or contact Dr. Rebecca Casey at r-casey@onu.edu or 419-772-2156 to schedule a live audition.

 

SUMMER MUSIC CAMP

June 18-23, 2017 Open to all musicians Grades 7-12-Band, Orchestra and Choir.

ONU.EDU/ARTS_SCIENCES/MUSIC/SUMMER_MUSIC_CAMP

 

Otterbein University

·      Dec. 15-Priority Scholarship Deadline

·      Mid-January-Notifications begin for financial aid award packages

·      Feb. 15-FAFSA priority filing date, for May 1 decision

·      March 1-General application deadline

·      May 1-National Decision Deadline

For application information or full criteria for scholarships go online at Otterbein.edu.

 

Owens Community College

High School groups and families are invited to join Owens Community College to learn more about academic programs, tour campus, the admissions process, and receive financial aid/scholarship information.  You will be able to meet with faculty and staff to get your questions answered.  Please visit www.owens.edu/explore/special.html or call 567-661-7777 for more information and to sign up today!

Each session begins at 10 a.m. and will conclude by 12 p.m.

 

Nursing, Health & Culinary-Preview Day; November 16

Information Sessions with General Campus Tour; November 18

Fine & Performing Arts, Communication, & Landscape-Preview Day; December 2

*Held on the Findlay-area campus

 

The University of Dayton

School of Engineering Events:

Women Engineering Overnight-November 11th

Explore Engineering (CO-ED)-November 12th

Space is limited and reservations are required.  LEARN MORE and RSVP at go.udayton.edu/exploreengineering

 

University of Pittsburg deadlines:

Scholarship and Guaranteed Admissions Program deadlines:

·      Medicine Guarantee: November 15

·      Physician Assistant Guarantee: December 1

·      Pitt Scholarships: December 15

Picture Yourself at Pitt is for students who are interested in visiting Pitt’s campus.  Picture yourself at Pitt is designed to give students an in-depth look at all they have to offer.  They will offer it three Saturdays this fall:

·      November 5

·      November 12

 

MISCELLANEOUS OPPORTUNITIES:

The Toledo Zoo has various job opportunities available.  For more information check out the student shared drive or go to www.toledozoo.org/jobs.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

Ithaca College’s Martin Luther King Scholar Program is an interdisciplinary learning community emphasizing citizenship and service in their global community.        Scholars receive a minimum award of $25,000 and in some cases up to full tuition annually in both merit-and need-based aid.  For more information please see Ithaca.edu/mlk.   In addition to meeting Ithaca College’s admission requirements and deadlines, interested students must complete a separate application (including two essays), which is available online at myithaca.edu. (Students should click on the Scholarships tab to apply).

 

UPCOMING ACT/SAT DATES:

ACT:

The December 10th test registration deadline is November 4th with late registration dates of November 5-18 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SAT:

The December 3rd SAT test  registration deadline is November 3rd with a late paper registration deadline of November 15th and a late online/phone deadline of November 22nd.  Test results will be available online after December 23rd.  

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

9/8/16-EMAIL SENT TO CLASS OF 2017 AND PARENTS/GUARDIANS:

Good morning parents and class of 2017!

A letter was sent to the mailing address we have on file this afternoon asking your parent/guardian to verify the spelling of your name.  Please be aware diplomas need to be ordered with the name that is on your birth certificate.  I've asked your parent/guardian to review the spelling of your name for accuracy and to let me know of any discrepancies by the end of the day Friday, November 18th.  Once diplomas are ordered, there will be a charge to re-print it.

Also just a couple reminders:

1.  Please continue to forward all college acceptance and scholarship notification letters to bperry@ts4arts.org, fax to 419-244-3515, or drop it off in the guidance office.

2.  All seniors are required to pay a $75.00 graduation fee, which includes, among other things, the cost of the cap, gown and one tassel.  All school fees, including the graduation fee are due by April 28th.  Students will not be allowed to walk at graduation if there are any outstanding fees or materials.

3.  Graduation will be held Saturday, June 3rd at the Valentine Theatre.  Seniors are required to arrive NO LATER THAN 12:00 p.m. for practice (enter through the Red Stage Door).  Graduation will begin promptly at 2:00 p.m.  A reception for graduates and their families will be held immediately following the ceremony.

Please let me know if you do not receive that letter or if you have any questions.

Thank you!
Sincerely,
Beth Perry
Toledo School for the Arts
Administrative Assistant-Guidance
419-246-8732 ext. 300

November 2-4, 2016

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF NOVEMBER 2, 2016:

 $818,000.00

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

SAMANTHA CORNELL-The University of Toledo

KC LYPHOUT-Wright State University

JAEL PATCHETT-Eastern Michigan University

 

COLLEGE INFO:

Cleveland Institute of Art

Portfolio Day-Saturday, November 12th; 12-4PM

Register at: cia.edu/ciapd2016

 

Otterbein University

·      Dec. 15-Priority Scholarship Deadline

·      Mid-January-Notifications begin for financial aid award packages

·      Feb. 15-FAFSA priority filing date, for May 1 decision

·      March 1-General application deadline

·      May 1-National Decision Deadline

For application information or full criteria for scholarships go online at Otterbein.edu.

 

Owens Community College

High School groups and families are invited to join Owens Community College to learn more about academic programs, tour campus, the admissions process, and receive financial aid/scholarship information.  You will be able to meet with faculty and staff to get your questions answered.  Please visit www.owens.edu/explore/special.html or call 567-661-7777 for more information and to sign up today!

Each session begins at 10 a.m. and will conclude by 12 p.m.

 

Criminal Justice & Emergency Preparedness-Preview Day; November 4

Nursing, Health & Culinary-Preview Day; November 16

Information Sessions with General Campus Tour; November 18

Fine & Performing Arts, Communication, & Landscape-Preview Day; December 2

*Held on the Findlay-area campus

 

The University of Dayton

School of Engineering Events:

Women Engineering Overnight-November 11th

Explore Engineering (CO-ED)-November 12th

Space is limited and reservations are required.  LEARN MORE and RSVP at go.udayton.edu/exploreengineering

 

University of Pittsburg deadlines:

Scholarship and Guaranteed Admissions Program deadlines:

·      Medicine Guarantee: November 15

·      Physician Assistant Guarantee: December 1

·      Pitt Scholarships: December 15

Picture Yourself at Pitt is for students who are interested in visiting Pitt’s campus.  Picture yourself at Pitt is designed to give students an in-depth look at all they have to offer.  They will offer it three Saturdays this fall:

·      November 5

·      November 12

 

MISCELLANEOUS OPPORTUNITIES:

The Toledo Zoo has various job opportunities available.  For more information check out the student shared drive or go to www.toledozoo.org/jobs.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

Ithaca College’s Martin Luther King Scholar Program is an interdisciplinary learning community emphasizing citizenship and service in their global community.        Scholars receive a minimum award of $25,000 and in some cases up to full tuition annually in both merit-and need-based aid.  For more information please see Ithaca.edu/mlk.   In addition to meeting Ithaca College’s admission requirements and deadlines, interested students must complete a separate application (including two essays), which is available online at myithaca.edu. (Students should click on the Scholarships tab to apply).

 

UPCOMING ACT/SAT DATES:

ACT:

The December 10th test registration deadline is November 4th with late registration dates of November 5-18 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SAT:

The December 3rd SAT test  registration deadline is November 3rd with a late paper registration deadline of November 15th and a late online/phone deadline of November 22nd.  Test results will be available online after December 23rd.  

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

October 26-28, 2016

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF OCTOBER 26, 2016:

 $782,000.00

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

BELLA HAACK-The University of Toledo & Webster University

KC LYPHOUT-Kent State University

KELSIE VAILLANT-Eastern Michigan University

MIRANDA ZIELINSKI-Wittenberg University

 

COLLEGE INFO:

Cleveland Institute of Art

Portfolio Day-Saturday, November 12th; 12-4PM

Register at: cia.edu/ciapd2016

 

Otterbein University

Otterbein University’s Art Department invites high school juniors and seniors, parents and area teachers to attend their FREE workshop on building a strong art portfolio from experienced professors.  The workshop is designed to help students present their best work for future college interviews.  Students should bring artwork they would consider ”portfolio-ready.”  Register by Thursday, October 29th by calling 614-823-1792.

 

Owens Community College

High School groups and families are invited to join Owens Community College to learn more about academic programs, tour campus, the admissions process, and receive financial aid/scholarship information.  You will be able to meet with faculty and staff to get your questions answered.  Please visit www.owens.edu/explore/special.html or call 567-661-7777 for more information and to sign up today!

*******Each session begins at 10 a.m. and will conclude by 12 p.m.*******

 

Transportation & Skilled Trades-Preview Day; October 28

Criminal Justice & Emergency Preparedness-Preview Day; November 4

Nursing, Health & Culinary-Preview Day; November 16

Information Sessions with General Campus Tour; November 18

Fine & Performing Arts, Communication, & Landscape-Preview Day; December 2

*Held on the Findlay-area campus

 

The University of Dayton

School of Engineering Events:

Women Engineering Overnight-November 11th

Explore Engineering (CO-ED)-November 12th

Space is limited and reservations are required.  LEARN MORE and RSVP at go.udayton.edu/exploreengineering

 

University of Pittsburg deadlines

Scholarship and Guaranteed Admissions Program deadlines:

·      Medicine Guarantee: November 15

·      Physician Assistant Guarantee: December 1

·      Pitt Scholarships: December 15

Picture Yourself at Pitt is for students who are interested in visiting Pitt’s campus.  Picture yourself at Pitt is designed to give students an in-depth look at all they have to offer.  They will offer it three Saturdays this fall:

·      October 29

·      November 5

·      November 12

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

Alpha Phi Alpha is now accepting applications for their scholarship.  All Hispanic or African-American male seniors with a GPA of 2.75 or higher are eligible to apply.  For more information sign into your Naviance account or check out the guidance folder in the student shared.

 

Burger King is offering scholarships up to $50,000 for high school seniors, BURGER KING employees, their dependent children, spouses or domestic partners.  High school seniors must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale to be eligible.  For more information or to apply go to www.bkmclamorefoundation.org/WhatWeDo/ScholarsProgram before the December 15, 2016 deadline.

 

Ithaca College Park Scholar Program – At least ten merit-based scholarships are awarded to outstanding high school seniors each year.  In addition, at least three merit-based scholarships are awarded to Park School rising juniors each spring.  The program is offered to academically exceptional students who have demonstrated deep commitment to service and leadership in their communities.  Park Scholar awards cover the entire cost of attendance (tuition, room, and board) at Ithaca College and include stipends for living expenses, books, and a one-time computer purchase of $2,500.  For more information go to Ithaca.edu/parkscholars for more information.  To apply, students must complete separate applications for admission to Ithaca College (via Common App) and to the Park Scholar Program (via my.ithaca.edu; click on the scholarships tab).  The Park Scholar application and two required essays must be submitted by January 15.

 

Ohio State University Alumni Club of Lucas County is offering a scholarship to Lucas County, Ohio residents who have applied to OSU by November 1st and have been admitted to OSU.  For more information sign into your Naviance account, see the flier hanging outside of the guidance office, or see the guidance folder in the student shared drive.

                Ronald Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program is now accepting applications from high school seniors who demonstrate exceptional leadership, drive, integrity, and citizenship.  This program annually provides college-bound students with $10,000 renewable scholarships-up to $40,000 total per recipient-and supports them as they lead and serve in college and beyond.  For more information check out the flier hanging outside of the guidance office, sign into your Naviance account or go to reaganfoundation.org/scholarships or facebook.com/GEReaganScholarships

 

Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive, Naviance, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

 

For December’s BCSN nominee consideration, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than the end of the day, Friday, October 28th.   ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

 

UPCOMING ACT/SAT DATES:

ACT:

The December 10th test registration deadline is November 4th with late registration dates of November 5-18 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SAT:

The December 3rd SAT test registration deadline is November 3rd with a late paper registration deadline of November 15th and a late online/phone deadline of November 22nd.  Test results will be available online after December 23rd.  

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

October 19-21, 2016

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF OCTOBER 19, 2016

 $532,000.00.

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

CHRISTINA DANIEL-The University of Toledo

SABRIYAH DAVIS-The University of Toledo

DAWSON GRABOWSKI-Hocking College and The University of Toledo

ABBI MEGYESI-Bowling Green State University

JAEL PATCHETT-The University of Toledo

LYRICKA ROBINSON-SMITH-The University of Toledo

AME SCHWIEFERT-Cleveland State University

 

COLLEGE OPEN HOUSES, ETC.:

Cleveland Institute of Art

Portfolio Day-Saturday, November 12th; 12-4PM

Register at: cia.edu/ciapd2016

 

Otterbein University

Otterbein University’s Art Department invites high school juniors and seniors, parents and area teachers to attend their FREE workshop on building a strong art portfolio from experienced professors.  The workshop is designed to help students present their best work for future college interviews.  Students should bring artwork they would consider ”portfolio-ready.”  Register by Thursday, October 29th by calling 614-823-1792.

 

Owens Community College

High School groups and families are invited to join Owens Community College to learn more about academic programs, tour campus, the admissions process, and receive financial aid/scholarship information.  You will be able to meet with faculty and staff to get your questions answered.  Please visit www.owens.edu/explore/special.html or call 567-661-7777 for more information and to sign up today!

Each session begins at 10 a.m. and will conclude by 12 p.m.

 

Toledo-area campus Engineering & Manufacturing-Preview Day; October 21

Nursing, Health & Culinary-Preview Day; October 25

Transportation & Skilled Trades-Preview Day; October 28

Criminal Justice & Emergency Preparedness-Preview Day; November 4

Nursing, Health & Culinary-Preview Day; November 16

Information Sessions with General Campus Tour; November 18

Fine & Performing Arts, Communication, & Landscape-Preview Day; December 2

*Held on the Findlay-area campus

 

The University of Dayton

OPEN HOUSE:

October 23rd

Space is limited so RSVP today at admission.udayton.edu/open house

 

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING EVENTS:

Women Engineering Overnight-November 11th

Explore Engineering (CO-ED)-November 12th

Space is limited and reservations are required.  LEARN MORE and RSVP at go.udayton.edu/exploreengineering

 

COLLEGE VISITS AT TSA

Friday, October 21, 2016 at 2:30 p.m.-LOURDES UNIVERSITY (Room 300-Guidance office)

Monday, October 24, 2016 at 1:15 p.m.-OHIO UNIVERSITY (Room 316-Ms. Steele’s room)

 

Students interested in attending a presentation from any of the scheduled visits above should sign into their Naviance account to register.  Registration closes 2 days prior to the visit, so please don’t wait.  Please add a reminder to your iPad and be prompt.        The presentations will be held at the location indicated in parenthesis above and last approximately 30 minutes.

 

UPCOMING ACT/SAT DATES:

ACT:

The December 10th test date registration deadline is November 4th with late registration dates of November 5-18 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SAT:

The December 3rd SAT test date registration deadline is November 3rd with a late paper registration deadline of November 15th and a late online/phone deadline of November 22nd.  Test results will be available online after December 23rd.  

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

October 12-14, 2016

 

CLASS OF 2017 SCHOLARSHIPS TOTAL AS OF OCTOBER 11, 2016- $270,000.00!

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

RIN BAATZ-Xavier University

BOBBI BARANEK-Anderson University

KATIE FONG-The University of Akron

QUINN HATFIELD-KING-Cleveland State University & The University of Toledo

KIARA HIERHOLZER-The University of Toledo

MADDIE KNAUSS-Bowling Green State University

ABBI MEGYESI-The University of Toledo

JOSH MITCHELL-The University of Toledo

BRIAN MUTCHLER-The University of Toledo

KIKI PETERSEN-Spring Arbor University & The University of Toledo

TAYLOR ROTH-The University of Toledo

REAGAN SHULL-Bowling Green State University, Eastern Michigan University & The University of Toledo

MEGAN SOPHER-The University of Toledo

PEYTON WAMER-The University of Toledo

MIRANDA ZIELINSKI-Ohio Northern University & The University of Toledo

 

COLLEGE OPEN HOUSES:

Owens Community College

High School groups and families are invited to join Owens Community College to learn more about academic programs, tour campus, the admissions process, and receive financial aid/scholarship information.  You will be able to meet with faculty and staff to get your questions answered.  Please visit www.owens.edu/explore/special.html or call 567-661-7777 for more information and to sign up today!

Each session begins at 10 a.m. and will conclude by 12 p.m.

 

Fine & Performing Arts, Communication, & Landscape-Preview Day; October 14

Findlay-area campus Engineering & Manufacturing-Preview Day*; October 18

Toledo-area campus Engineering & Manufacturing-Preview Day; October 21

Nursing, Health & Culinary-Preview Day; October 25

Transportation & Skilled Trades-Preview Day; October 28

Criminal Justice & Emergency Preparedness-Preview Day; November 4

Nursing, Health & Culinary-Preview Day; November 16

Information Sessions with General Campus Tour; November 18

Fine & Performing Arts, Communication, & Landscape-Preview Day; December 2

*Held on the Findlay-area campus

The University of Dayton

October 16th

October 23rd

Space is limited so RSVP today at admission.udayton.edu/open house

 

Washington University in St. Louis

The office of Undergraduate Admissions invites prospective students and their family to attend an information session about Washington University on Sunday, October 16, 2016 from 4:00-5:00 p.m. at the Detroit Marriott Southfield.

 

No reservation is needed.  For additional information call 800-638-0700 or 314-935-6000.  There may be other information sessions in our area.  Please visit admissions.wustle.edu for details.

 

Wayne State University

Saturday, October 15th

Main Campus 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

Register at openhouse.wayne.edu

 

COLLEGE VISITS AT TSA:

Friday, October 14, 2016 at 1:00 p.m.-EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY (Room 300-Guidance office)

Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 2:30 p.m.-UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI (Room 325-Mrs. Lefevre’s room)

Friday, October 21, 2016 at 2:30 p.m.-LOURDES UNIVERSITY (Room 300-Guidance office)

Monday, October 24, 2016 at 1:15 p.m.-OHIO UNIVERSITY (Room 316-Ms. Steele’s room)

 

Students interested in attending a presentation from any of the scheduled visits above should sign into their Naviance account to register.  Registration closes 2 days prior to the visit, so please don’t wait.  Please add a reminder to your iPad and be prompt.        The presentations will be held at the location indicated in parenthesis above and  last approximately 30 minutes.

 

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION:

1.  Junior year is when the application process to the United States Air Force Academy truly begins.  Students will start by filling out the Pre-Candidate Questionnaire, which becomes available online March 1 every year and starts the application process.  Between March 1 of your junior year and December 31 of your senior year you must also request nominations from your state’s congressional representative(s) or other designated nominators.  For more information go to www.academyadmissions.com.

2.  Illinois Wesleyan University will be holding auditions October 10, November 12, January 21, February 18 and March 4th.  For more information contact Laura Dolan, Music Admissions Coordinator at 309-556-3063 or email: ldolan@iwu.edu.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY:

The Ohio Department of Higher Education has awarded Choose Ohio First grant funds to BGSU to promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education.  Their unique program called Science and Math Education in ACTION offers scholarships valued at a total of approximately $20,000.  High school seniors considering teaching either secondary science or math OR middle childhood science and math may be eligible for this scholarship program.

 

The basic criteria for consideration includes:

·      Ohio resident

·      Incoming freshman fall 2016

·      Minimum high school GPA of 3.0

·      Recommended minimum ACT of 23

·      Considering a career teaching science and/or mathematics

The deadline to apply: January 15, 2017.  For more information call Wendy Standinger, ACTION Program Manager, at 419-372-6561 or email action@bgsu.edu or check out the information packet in Naviance or the student shared drive.

 

UPCOMING ACT/SAT DATES:

ACT:

The December 10th test date’s deadline is November 4th with late registration dates of November 5-18 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SAT:

The November 5th SAT test date’s deadline was October  7th with a late paper regular deadline of October 18th and a late online/phone deadline of October 25h.  Test results will be available online after November 29.

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

October 5-7, 2016

 

CLASS OF 2017 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

RIN BAATZ-Bowling Green State University & The University of Toledo

KATIE FONG-Eastern Michigan University & The University of Toledo

QUINN HATFIELD-KING-The University of Akron

KAYLEE HULL-The University of Toledo

MADDIE KNAUSS-The University of Toledo

JENNASIS SAVAGE-Cleveland State University

AMELIA SCHWIEFERT-The University of Toledo & The University of Akron

DEVON SHAW-The University of Toledo

VICTORIA SIEVERT-The University of Toledo

LYDIA SOLEAU-Lourdes University & The University of Toledo

KELSIE VAILLANT-Bowling Green State University, Kent State University & The University of Toledo

REBECCA YOUNG-The University of Akron and The University of Toledo

 

COLLEGE OPEN HOUSES:

 

The University of Dayton

October 16th

October 23rd

Space is limited so RSVP today at admission.udayton.edu/open house

 

The University of Michigan Stamps School of Art & Design

For a full schedule of October 8th events and RSVP go to stamps.umich.edu/openhouse

 

Washington University in St. Louis

The office of Undergraduate Admissions invites prospective students and their family to attend an information session about Washington University on Sunday, October 16, 2016 from 4:00-5:00 p.m. at the Detroit Marriott Southfield.

 

No reservation is needed.  For additional information call 800-638-0700 or 314-935-6000.  There may be other information sessions in our area.  Please visit admissions.wustle.edu for details.

 

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION:

 

UPCOMING ACT/SAT DATES:

ACT:

The December 10th test date’s deadline is November 4th  with late registration dates of November 5-18 with a late fee.

 

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SAT:

The November 5th test date’s deadline is October 7th with a late registration deadline of October 25th with a late fee.  Learn more, register, and get free practice at www.sat.collegeboard.org.

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

September 28-30, 2016

 

COLLEGE OPEN HOUSES:

The University of Dayton

October 16th

October 23rd

Space is limited so RSVP today at admission.udayton.edu/open house

 

The University of Michigan Stamps School of Art & Design

For a full schedule of October 8th events and RSVP go to stamps.umich.edu/openhouse

 

Washington University in St. Louis

The office of Undergraduate Admissions invites prospective students and their family to attend an information session about Washington University on Sunday, October 16, 2016 from 4:00-5:00 p.m. at the Detroit Marriott Southfield.

No reservation is needed.  For additional information call 800-638-0700 or 314-935-6000.  There may be other information sessions in our area.  Please visit admissions.wustle.edu for details.

 

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION:

UA Early College at the University of Alabama is accepting applications from highly motivated sophomore, junior, and senior students who are prepared for the rigor of college study at top four-year universities.  If you are a sophomore, junior or senior who has a cumulative GPA of 3.0+ (On a 4.0 scale), and would like to be considered for nomination to UA Early College, please let Mrs. Perry know.

 

PSAT

TSA will be offering the PSAT on Wednesday, October 19th.  Registration is limited to 30 seats and is opened to current sophomores and juniors.  Mrs. Perry sent a registration form and more information to all current sophomores, juniors, and their parents.  Registration is complete when Mrs. Perry (in room 300, Guidance Office) has a completed registration form and payment.    

 

UPCOMING ACT/SAT DATES:

ACT:

The October 22nd test date’s deadline is September 16th with late registration dates of September 17-30.

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SAT:

The November 5th test date’s mailed deadline is October 8th and the online and phone deadline is October 25th.  Learn more, register, and get free practice at www.sat.collegeboard.org.

SCHOOL CODE 365043 

 

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

September 21-23, 2016

 

COLLEGE OPEN HOUSES:

 

The University of Dayton

September 25th

October 16th

October 23rd

Space is limited so RSVP today at admission.udayton.edu/open house

 

Washington University in St. Louis

The office of Undergraduate Admissions invites prospective students and their family to attend an information session about Washington University on Sunday, October 16, 2016 from 4:00-5:00 p.m. at the Detroit Marriott Southfield.

 

No reservation is needed.  For additional information call 800-638-0700 or 314-935-6000.  There may be other information sessions in our area.  Please visit admissions.wustle.edu for details.

 

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION:                

ATTENTION JUNIORS:

TSA will be offering the PSAT on Wednesday, October 19th.  Registration is limited to 30 seats and will open to juniors first, so check your email, Mrs Perry sent you a registration form and more information.  If there are seats available, registration will open to sophomores beginning Wednesday, September 28th.

 

UPCOMING ACT/SAT DATES:

ACT:

October 22nd test date’s deadline is September 16th.  The late registration dates are September 17-30.

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SAT:

The November 5th test date’s mailed deadline is October 8th and the online and phone deadline is October 25th.  Learn more, register, and get free practice at www.sat.collegeboard.org.

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cablesystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive, Naviance, or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

 

For November’s BCSN nominee consideration, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than Friday, September 23rd.   ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

 

                Groth & Associates, a personal injury law firm in Toledo, OH is reaching out with a  $1,000.00 scholarship opportunity for students with a BPA of 3.0+.  For more information go to http://www.grothlaw.com/scholarship/.   The deadline for application submissions is June 1, 2017.

 

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

September 14-16, 2016

 

COLLEGE OPEN HOUSES:

Ohio Dominican University

September 17th at 1:00

October 15th at 1:00

November 5th at 1:00

RSVP at ohiodominican.edu/OpenHouse

For more information, check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office.  To schedule your visit today call 614-251-4500 or 800-955-6466; or email: admissions@ohiodomincan.edu; or log on: ohiodominican.edu/Admissions_visit.

 

The University of Dayton

September 25th

October 16th

October 23rd

Space is limited so RSVP today at admission.udayton.edu/open house

 

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION:                

A representative from BGSU will be in the TSA Attic on Wednesday, September 21st at 5:30 for our FAFSA night.  This presentation is geared toward all seniors and their parents and no registration is required.

 

UPCOMING ACT/SAT DATES:

ACT:

October 22nd test date’s deadline is September 16th.  The late registration dates are September 17-30.

To learn more, register, and get free practice at www.actstudent.org.

 

SAT:

October 1st test date’s online and phone deadline is September 20th.  The November 5th test date’s mailed deadline is October 8th and the online and phone deadline is October 25th.  Learn more, register, and get free practice at www.sat.collegeboard.org.

 

SCHOOL CODE 365043

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information.  We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

September 8 & 9, 2016

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION:

SENIORS and JUNIORS

1.    The guidance department has a supply of “Planning for College” workbooks from Wells Fargo.  These workbooks are geared toward helping juniors and seniors organize their college application adventure.  There is a limited supply, are located on the guidance bookshelf outside of the guidance office, and are first come-first served so pick up your copy today!

2.    National Portfolio Day 2016-Bring your portfolio, they want to see your work!  Meet one-on-one with the top art and design colleges and universities.  Visit www.portfolioday.net for information about specific events, how to attend, and to research member schools.

3.    The University of Toledo will be offering ACT Prep courses for $119.95 (fees include: All materials and services; Pre- and Post-tests with diagnostic feedback, student workbooks, certified instruction, UT parking, and shipping and handling).  For more information go to www.utoledo.edu/success/actprepcourse into your web browser.  The registration deadline is Friday, September 30th,  Payment deadline is October 4th.

4.    TSA will be holding a FAFSA night for all Seniors and their parents.   A representative from BGSU will be here on Wednesday, September 21st at 5:30 in the Attic Theater.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITITES:

1.    The National YoungArts Foundation (YoungArts) is an application-based award for emerging artists ages 15-18 or in grades 10-12 from across the United States. YoungArts Winners receive valuable support, including financial awards of up to $10,000, professional development and educational experiences working with renowned mentors and performance and exhibition opportunities at some of the nation’s leading cultural institutions.  Learn more about YoungArts at www.youngarts.org or check out the poster hanging on the wall outside of the guidance office.

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information. We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

Week ending September 2nd

 COLLEGE INFORMATION:

**Bowling Green State University is open for fall 2017 applications.  This fall BGSU joined the Common Application.  To provide flexibility for you, they are giving you the option to complete their BGSU application or the Common Application.  If you are interested in BGSU you can apply online at http://choose.bgsu.edu/apply/online.  In addition, to see their freshman scholarship levels go to the Scholarship Calculator at http://choose.bgsu.edu/aid/scholarships.

**Anyone interested in getting more information about Mount Joseph University in Cincinnati, Ohio, should go to msj.edu/about-you or pick up a card located on the poster outside of the Guidance office.

***Otterbein University will be holding a series of three workshops throughout the day Friday, September 23rd, 10am-5pm for students interested in a career in the arts.  To register, copy and paste the following link in your web browser: http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001T1q4Ti1pu9s4tcnXUNY0AybF0uXzYQfgd8Xwbs3lh_LC6ivZkrDZOFSCB0099VCMzK46b63JBuBrnYyz01ok2zCgGAr3FhhkAfijEFg9clsxJtfs9qe50CYmnzb93mRYyIIIzMJ1KNBSiACuTirOg2qGn20b6GoUGheyC28xfLr8Y0YjSObxoc8KJvk_xUN2&c=-vfXr3jcmJ6_8W9H58QNSSqFZGKXwYKPGot2D_7bEMNdb1lDQ8ptBA==&ch=4h3D5PDBPVSuEdnbgYzfMKM-cxdL-XMPhTwBX1eSBISAiIeGEHw-eQ==

**Skidmore College Open house dates:

           Dance Open House-Saturday, October 8

           Studio Art Open House-Saturday October 8

Science/Mathematics Open House-Sunday, October 23

Theater Open House-Saturday, October 29

For more information call 1-800-867-6007

**Columbus College of Art & Design National Portfolio Day will be Sunday, October 2nd Noon-4 P.M.  For more information contact CCAD Admissions at 614-222-3261 or admissions@ccad.edu.

MISCELLANEOUS OPPORTUNITIES:

**ACT Prep Classes are available through Carol G. Hall, Inc.  For more information go to www.premiercollegeprep.com, check out the brochure in the student shared, or pick up a brochure on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office.

**The City of Toledo Youth Commission’s Youth Advisory Council is ready to gear up for the 2016-17 year!  The Youth Advisory Council (YAC) consists of 12 high school students who are City of Toledo residents and are interested in learning more about civics, local government, and what they can do to influence the laws and regulations that affect them most directly as young members of our society.  A council overview and application can be found in the student-shared drive.  All applications will need to be submitted to the City of Toledo Youth Commission by Tuesday, September 13, 2016.  Students can either mail their application to One Government Center, Suite #2100 Toledo, OH 43604 or email it to them at ycintern2@toledo.ohio.gov.

**Miami University’s Bridges Program is an overnight experience for high-achieving high school seniors from historically underrepresented populations or who have a commitment to promoting a deeper understanding of and appreciation for diversity.  Students who complete the Bridges Program, apply, are accepted, and enroll on the Oxford campus for Fall 2017 will be eligible to receive a scholarship.  Last year, Bridges Program participants received scholarships ranging from $2,500 to full tuition annually.  In order to be considered for the Bridges Program, students must apply before the September 19, 2016 deadline.  For more information go to MiamiOH.edu/Bridges.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

***Toledo Community Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Cabelsystem BCSN Scholarship Project Fund’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  Application materials can be found at the Foundation’s website: www.toledocf.org; BCSN’s website: www.bcsn.tv; at Buckeye Broadband Pay Centers; or the following sponsoring companies’ locations: The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Hires Dental Care, Nationwide Auto Finance, and Unison Behavioral Health Group.  Application materials can also be found in TSA’s student shared drive or by emailing Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

         For consideration of October’s nomination, please return a completed application packet to Mrs. Perry no later than September 8th.  ONE STUDENT per month will be nominated by TSA.

**Robert A. Klingler Col, L.P.A. Ohio Problem-Solving Scholarship $1,000 scholarship

·      Must be a high school or college student in Ohio pursuing a college education at any two-year to five-year institution.

·      To apply go to: http://klinglerlaw.com/scholarship/application/

·      Deadline is May 31, 2017

Check out the Guidance Department folder in the student shared for more information. We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

MAY 25-27, 2016

SUMMER AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

1.             Ohio University US-Japan Camp.

Ohio University will be holding their ninth annual US-Japan Camp between July 17 and July 30 this summer.  The camp offers an innovative, academically oriented immersion program to American high school students interested in Japanese language and culture.  In addition to the linguistic and cultural understanding that students will take away from the camp, they will also earn three hours of college credit. The cost for the two-week experience is $1,495 and the registration deadline is June 20, 2016.  To receive application materials, visit onu.edu/jp or contact Dr. Russ Crawford at 419-772-2081 or r-crawford.2@onu.edu.

2.             STARS ACT/SAT Prep Courses

ACT Prep Course

The College Admission Game Plan Class is the summer version of STARS ACT prep course.  It is designed to help students actively prepare for both the ACT and the college admission process.  In addition to intense ACT preparation, topics explored include choosing the right college, choosing the right major, navigating the application process, finding college scholarships, and navigating the financial aid process.

SAT Prep Course

With the SAT changing in March, 2016, STARS have designed a course specifically with the new test in mind.  Their new course features the same great instruction that, over the last ten years, has helped thousands of students improve their standardized test scores. Their new SAT course includes the following features:

    14.5-hour course

    2 proctored exams

    Proven test-taking strategies

    In-depth review of test material

    Timed practice in class

    Copy of The Official SAT Study Guide

For more information or to register for either the STARS College Admission Game Plan Class or the SAT Prep Course, please call 419-870-8384 or www.starsprep.net.

3.             The University of Findlay residential summer camp-The Well

The University of Findlay is offering a free, weeklong residential summer camp for rising 10-12 grade students who are interested in learning more about their faith, and how it intersects with and informs other aspects of their lives.  The event will have a non-denominational, Christian-focused context, but students from all faith traditions are welcome to participate and it will be offered Sunday through Friday, July 10-15.   For more information and to register, visit www.findlay.edu/academics/well.

 

WORK OPPORTUNITY:

Anne Grady Services provides services to adults and children with developmental disabilities at their base facility in Holland, Ohio and also to clients living independently through the Toledo area.  They are currently searching for candidates who are team-oriented, self-motivated and enjoy working with people.  These positions require NO EXPERIENCE so it is a great opportunity for graduating students to gain valuable work experience while making a difference in the lives of others.  Prerequisites for the positions at the base facility include the following: High school diploma or equivalent and be able to pass a background check and drug test.  For the positions in the community, candidates must also possess a valid driver’s license, provide proof of auto insurance and have an acceptable driver in addition to the aforementioned prerequisites.  Candidates should go to 2121 S. Byrne Road, Toledo, OH 43614.

Scholarship/College information can also be found by signing into your Naviance account or going to the Student Shared Drive-Scholarship/College Information file.

We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

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MAY 11-13 2016

16-17 CLASS CHANGE REQUEST DEADLINE

Complete class change requests are due by the end of the day May 20th. Please keep in mind all class change requests need a student and parent signature. In addition, some classes need a teacher’s signature to be requested.

 

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS

 

CLASS OF 2016 SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of May 11, 2016: $3,313,279.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

PARIS ADAMS-PELISH-The University of Akron, Baldwin Wallace University, The College of Wooster, Kent State University, Marietta College, Ohio Wesleyan University, Otterbein University, Xavier University, West Virginia University, Wittenberg University

DEBORAH BECKER-Bowling Green State University

DREW HALFORD-Central Michigan University

DANIELLE JONES-Denison, The College of the Atlantic, The University of Findlay

ERIK MORELOCK-Ohio State University

JORDYN PATTON-Bowling Green State University

RENEE RANDOLPH-Kent State University, Michigan State University, Ohio State University

AVA RENDINA-Baldwin Wallace University

DONALD ROWLAND-Bowling Green State University

SPENCER WALTON-Bowling Green State University

 

SENIOR REMINDERS:

Friday, May 13th-Senior’s last day of academic instruction.

May 17-19th -Senior check out days-Graduation tickets will be given once your pink check out form is complete and returned to the guidance office.

Thursday, May 19th-Senior luncheon-11:00 A.M. at TSA.

Friday, May 20th-Awards program and MANDATORY senior meeting. The awards program begins at 8:30 am and both events are at the Valentine Theater. The awards program is for students only.

Saturday, May 28TH              ***GRADUATION DAY!!!***

12:00 (NO LATER THAN 12:00!) Seniors Report to Valentine Theater (Red Stage Door)

2:00 p.m. Graduation ceremony begins-Everyone needs a ticket for entry into the Valentine Theater

3:00 p.m. Reception begins

 

ACT PREP COURSES:

1.  CAROL G. HALL, INC. has opened enrollment for the 2016-2016 school year.  For more information check out the brochure on the bookshelf, outside of the guidance office or in the student shared drive-Employment/Scholarship/Misc. Information Folder, then Miscellaneous Opportunities file-ACT Prep Carol G. Hall 16-17.

2.  THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO is pleased to offer our students an intensive ACT Prep Course to help boost your scores.  For more information check out the flier hanging outside of the guidance office or in the student shared drive-Employment/Scholarship/Misc Information Folder, then Miscellaneous Opportunities file-ACT Prep UT.

 

 

COLLEGE/COMMUNITY RESOURCES & HEALTH FAIRS:

1.  ALL ACCESS DAY-Before you head out on campus tours you are invited to chat with admissions counselors and current students at schools of interest to you on May 19th during All Access Day, one of the largest virtual college fairs of the year.  For more information or to sign up go to http://www.collegeweeklive.com/event-schedule/all-access-may.

2.  OHIO MEANS JOBS would like to extend an invitation to TSA’s students and parents.  They will be hosting a Community Resources & Health Fair on Friday, May 20, 2016, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.  1301 Monroe Street; Toledo, OH 43604.  There will be agencies from housing and transportation to health screenings for both adults and youth.  They will be providing free lunch for all those who attend.  There will also be a free kid zone full of activities and educational opportunities.  Come be a part of a great event and see what Lucas County has to offer.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.  Each year OHIO COUNCIL OF COMMUNITY SCHOOLS OCCS has various scholarship opportunities.  For more information go to www.ohioschools.org/services/strategic-initiatives.

 

2.  OMEGA PSI PHI, (Xi Tau Chapter) Fraternity will award a $1,000 scholarship to two students graduating in 2016.  Fore more information sign into your Naviance account or check out the paperwork in the student shared drive. The Deadline is May 28th.

Scholarship/College information can also be found by signing into your Naviance account or going to the Student Shared Drive-Scholarship/College Information file.

We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

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MAY 4-6, 2016

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS

 

CLASS OF 2016 SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of April 26, 2016: $2,400,079.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

PARIS ADAMS-PELISH-The University of Dayton

KATARINA AVILA-Bellarmine University

MARTI HAMMER-Owens Community College

AVA RENDINA-Ball State University

 

SENIORS REMINDERS:

Friday, May 6th-College acceptance/scholarship award letters are due to the guidance office to be included in the graduation program.

Friday, May 13th-Senior’s last day of academic instruction.

May 17-19th -Senior check out days-Graduation tickets will be given once your pink check out form is complete and returned to the guidance office.

Thursday, May 19th-Senior luncheon-11:00 A.M. at TSA.

Friday, May 20th-Awards program and MANDATORY senior meeting . The awards program begins at 8:30 am and both events are at the Valentine Theater.

Saturday, May 28TH              ***GRADUATION DAY!!!***

12:00 (NO LATER THAN 12:00!) Seniors Report to Valentine Theater (Red Stage Door)

2:00 p.m. Graduation ceremony begins-a ticket is required for entry into the Valentine Theater

3:00 p.m. Reception begins

 

COLLEGE/COMMUNITY RESOURCES & HEALTH FAIRS:

ALL ACCESS DAY-Before you head out on campus tours you are invited to chat with admissions counselors and current students at schools of interest to you on May 19th during All Access Day, one of the largest virtual college fairs of the year.  For more information or to sign up go to http://www.collegeweeklive.com/event-schedule/all-access-may.

 

OHIO MEANS JOBS would like to extend an invitation to TSA’s students and parents.  They will be hosting a Community Resources & Health Fair on Friday, May 20, 2016, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.  1301 Monroe Street; Toledo, OH 43604.  There will be agencies from housing and transportation to health screenings for both adults and youth.  They will be providing free lunch for all those who attend.  There will also be a free kid zone full of activities and educational opportunities.  Come be a part of a great event and see what Lucas County has to offer.

Scholarship/College information can also be found by signing into your Naviance account or going to the Student Shared Drive-Scholarship/College Information file.

We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

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APRIL 27-29, 2016

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS

 

CLASS OF 2016 SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of April 26, 2016: $2,334,779.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES:

EMMA FISH-Ohio University

DREW HALFORD-Ohio University

JAKE MISH-Owens Community College

ERIK MORELOCK-Ohio University

ERIC SMITH-Bowling Green State University, Miami University, Oakland City University & Ohio State University

EVA RENDINA-Elon University, Montclair State University, Penn State University & The University of the Arts

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:

Friday, April 29th-*All fees are due-Students are not permitted to walk at graduation until all outstanding fees/materials are taken care of.

Sunday, May 1st-*College Declaration Day

 

Friday, May 6th-*College acceptance/scholarship award letters are due to the guidance office to be included in the graduation program.

Friday, May 13th- *Senior’s last day of academic instruction.

Tu.-Th. May 17-19th-*Senior check out days-Graduation tickets will be given once your pink check out form is complete and returned to the guidance office.

Thursday, May 19th-*Senior luncheon-11:00 A.M. at TSA.

Friday, May 20th-*Awards program and MANDATORY senior meeting . The awards program begins at 8:30 am and both events are at the Valentine Theater.

Saturday, May 28TH              ***GRADUATION DAY!!!***

12:00 (NO LATER THAN 12:00!) Seniors Report to Valentine Theater (Red Stage Door)

2:00 p.m. Graduation ceremony begins

3:00 p.m. Reception begins

 

MISCELLANEOUS, SCHOLARSHIP & SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

YOUTH JOB FAIR Youth Job Fair for ages 16 to 24 will be held at The SeaGate Centre, Hall C on Saturday, April 30 2016 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  FREE ADMISSION Register online at www.eventbrite.com or call 419-245-1417 for more information

 

OWENS COMMUNITY COLLEGE will be offering summer courses for students as well as adults.  For more information check out the flier in the student shared drive or go to www.owensworks.com or call 567-661-7357.

 

KEVIN BARBARO (www.IMDb.me/KevinBarbaro) is an actor/writer/producer out of New York City.  Kevin is an actor/writer/producer out of New York City and is producing the K100 #LIVIN Country Charity Concert and TV Comedy Premier on June 2, 2016 15 the Maumee Theater.

 

One of the four charities that they are funding is a performing arts scholarship for a local high school graduate that wants to continue the arts in college. For more information go to www.CoffeeTalkRadio.com/scholarship before the May 1st deadline.

 

He is also holding an acting/modeling workshop in Toledo on May 23rd.  The workshop is $30 and everyone is encouraged to bring a headshot, resume and prepared monologue (not required).  The workshop is for all ages and parents.  Anyone interested should email Kevin at KevinBarbaroActing@gmail.com

 

Scholarship/College information can also be found by signing into your Naviance account or going to the Student Shared Drive-Scholarship/College Information fi

We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

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APRIL 20-22, 2016

CLASS OF 2016 SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of April 13, 2016: $2,009,977.00

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:

Monday, April 25th               Important Senior Class meeting

 

Tuesday, April 26th              “REACH HIGHER” - Wear clothes from the college you plan to attend!! #CollegeSigningDay, #ReachHigher, #BetterMakeRoom, #reachhighertsa

Friday, April 29th                  *All fees are due-Students are not permitted to walk at graduation until all outstanding fees/materials are taken care of.

 

Sunday, May 1st             *College Declaration Day

 

Friday, May 6th              *College acceptance/scholarship award letters are due to the guidance office to be included in the graduation program.

 

Friday, May 13th            *Senior’s last day of academic instruction.

 

May 17th-19th                 *Senior check out days-Graduation tickets will be given once your pink check out form is complete and returned to the guidance office.  

 

Thursday, May 19th      *Senior luncheon-11:00 A.M. at TSA.

 

Friday, May 20th            *Awards program and MANDATORY senior meeting . The awards program begins at 8:30 am and both events are at the Valentine Theater.

 

Saturday, May 28TH              ***GRADUATION DAY!!!***

12:00 (NO LATER THAN 12:00!) Seniors Report to Valentine Theater (Red Stage Door)

2:00 p.m. Graduation ceremony begins

3:00 p.m. Reception begins

 

YOUTH JOB FAIR

Youth Job Fair for ages 16 to 24 will be held at The SeaGate Centre, Hall C on Saturday, April 30 2016 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  FREE ADMISSION Register online at www.eventbrite.com or call 419-245-1417 for more information

 

OPEN HOUSES:

--SETON HALL UNIVERSITY will be hosting their last open house for the year on April 24th.  In addition, campus tours will be offered Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and on Saturdays at 10 a.m., Noon, and 1 p.m.  For more information or to register go to www.shu.edu/visiting.

 

Scholarship/College information can also be found by signing into your Naviance account or going to the Student Shared Drive-Scholarship/College Information fi

We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

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APRIL 13-15, 2016

 

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of April 13, 2016: $2,009,052.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

ALEXIS BELL-Ohio University

INDIA SHERMAN-Owens Community College & Wilmington College

 

EMPLOYMENT AND OPEN HOUSE OPPORTUNITIES:

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY:

Anne Grady Services are currently searching for candidates for summer employment as well as candidates looking for a career of a lifetime.   Prerequisites for the positions at the base facility include the following: High school diploma or equivalent and be able to pass a background check and drug test.  For the positions in the community, candidates must also possess a valid driver’s license, provide proof of auto insurance and have an acceptable driving record in addition to the aforementioned prerequisites.  For more information check out the file in the student shared drive.  Candidates may apply online at www.annegrady.org or contact Amy Pohlman at 419-380-8985 ext. 414 or email at apohlman@annegrady.org

 

OPEN HOUSE:

BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY’s Preview Day will be Saturday, April 23, 2016 from 9:00 AM-Noon.  Preview Day is a one-stop shop for prospective high school students and their families to get a true sense of life at BGSU. The choose-your-own-schedule format allows you to explore campus and learn more about the BG difference. You will have an opportunity to visit with more than 100 academic departments and student service areas, and attend presentations on topics like Financial Aid, the BGSU Honors College, and more. Talk with faculty, staff, and students, take a campus tour, visit the residence halls, and see the recently renovated Student Recreation Center. On-site admission will also be available at the program.  For more information or to register go to:

http://www.bgsu.edu/admissions/visit-bgsu

We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

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APRIL 6-8, 2016

CLOTHING/SHOE DONATION

There has been a donation of clothes and shoes.  Shoe sizes are 7 thru 9.  These are available in the guidance office (Room 300) on a first come first serve basis, until Friday April 8th, then all unclaimed items will be donated to the NHS/Easter Seals Clothing Drive.

 

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of April 6, 2016: $1,929,052.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

KATARINA AVILA-Wittenberg University

ANDREW NAUDEN-Anderson University, Ithaca College, Long Island University Post, Manhattan School of Music

KAYLA SMITH-The University of Akron

 

MISCELLANEOUS AND SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

MISCELLANEOUS OPPORTUNITIES:

OWENS COMMUNITY COLLEGE will be offering Registration Rocks events throughout March, April, May, and June. This program is geared for high school seniors who have chosen to attend Owens Community College for the summer and/or fall semesters.  This event helps students navigate what can be an intimidating process of the enrollment and class registration process. For more information go to owens.edu/regrocks or check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office and in the student shared drive.

 

TOLEDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS is offering their annual Elementary Chess Tournament to all public, private, charter and home school students in grades 2-8.  The tournament is scheduled for Saturday, April 30th at Beverly Elementary School in South Toledo.  For more information please see the flier hanging outside of the guidance office or in the student shared.  You can also email Mrs. Christine Varwig at cvarwig@tps.org.

 

UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY AT WEST POINT-Interested students in United States Military Academy at West Point can apply to the United States Military Academy at West Point.

JUNIORS:  Outstanding Juniors should start their applications right away.  Those who are interested in USMA should begin by visiting apply.usma.edu.

Interested FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES should request “Your Guide to Successful Admission.”  There’s a lot you can do now to be ready for a future at USMA.  Please go to discover.usma.edu/guide.

For questions please call USMA at 845-938-5760 or visit their website at usma.edu/admissions.

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

MIAMI SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAM will have sessions July 3-July 15 and July 17-July 29th on their campus and will be offered to rising high school juniors and seniors.  For more information please email summerscholars@MiamiOH.edu or contact Lindsey Holden at Lindsey.holden@MiamiOH.edu or 513-529-2556.

 

UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON will be offering Summer Honors Engineering Camp June 5-10 or June 26-July 1, 2016 and Women in Engineering Camp-July 10-15, 2016.  

·      Summer Honors Engineering Camp is a six day, coed residential program open to high school students who will be sophomores, juniors or seniors in the fall of 2016 who have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5/4.0.  For more information, visit go.udayton.edu/engr/honors_camp.  If you have any questions, contact Beth Hart at 937-229-5080 or ehart1@udayton.edu.

·      Women in Engineering Summer Camp is a six-day residential program and is open to girls who will be high school sophomores, juniors or seniors in the fall of 2016.  To learn more about this opportunity, visit go.udayton.edu/wie.  If you have any questions, contact Annette Packard at 937-229-3296 or apackard1@udayton.edu.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER will be offering a $500 scholarship to an area high school graduating student with an overall grade point of B on a 4 point scale.  Applications can be located in either the student shared drive or your Naviance account.

 

HORATION ALGER NATIONAL CAREER & TECHNICAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM is available to graduating seniors who plan to enroll at a community college for the first time in the fall of 2016.  For more information see the poster hanging outside of the guidance office, in your Naviance account or in the student shared drive. To apply online, please visit: application.horatioalger.org before the June 1, 2016 deadline.

 

LAGRANGE STREET POLISH FESTIVAL committee is offering one $3,000 Martin J. Blaszcyk Memorial Scholarship to a graduating senior who lives within the boundaries of ONE village (Cherry Street on the west, I-75 and Manhattan Blvd. on the north, and Summit Street on the east and south) and are planning to attend college following graduation.  Applications are available on the student-shared drive or in your Naviance account.  Interested students need to send the entire application packet to Lagrange Street Polish Festival Committee no later than 5:00 pm Friday, May 20, 2016.

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FYI-There has been a donation of clothes and shoes.  Shoe sizes are 7 thru 9.  These are available on a first come first serve basis in the guidance office (room 300).

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March 22-24, 2016

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of March 22, 2016: $1,811,000.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

KATARINA AVILA-Wittenberg University

KAYLA SMITH-The University of Akron

 

OPEN HOUSE, SUMMER AND MISCELLANEOUS OPPORTUNITIES:

MISCELLANEOUS OPPORTUNITIES:

ACT SCHOLARSHIP deadline for the 2016-17 academic year is March 31, 2016.  Eligibility requirements are as follows:

o   Be an individual with a disability

o   Have a permanent address in Lucas, Wood, Fulton, Henry, Ottawa, Defiance, or Williams counties in Ohio

o   Or have a permanent address in Monroe or Lenawee counties in Michigan

o   Carry at least a 3.0 GPA

For more information please contact The Ability Center at abilitycenter.org or 419-885-5733.

                

OWENS COMMUNITY COLLEGE will be offering Registration Rocks events throughout March, April, May, and June. This program is geared for high school seniors who have chosen to attend Owens Community College for the summer and/or fall semesters.  This event helps students navigate what can be an intimidating process of the enrollment and class registration process. For more information go to owens.edu/regrocks or check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office and in the student shared drive.

 

TOLEDO PUBLIC SCHOOLS is offering their annual Elementary Chess Tournament to all public, private, charter and homeschool students in grades 2-8.  The tournament is scheduled for Saturday, April 30th at Beverly Elementary School in South Toledo.  For more information please see the flier hanging outside of the guidance office or in the student shared.  You can also email Mrs. Christine Varwig at cvarwig@tps.org.

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

MIAMI SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAM will have sessions July 3-July 15 and July 17-July 29th on their campus and will be offered to rising high school juniors and seniors.  For more information please email summerscholars@MiamiOH.edu or contact Lindsey Holden at Lindsey.holden@MiamiOH.edu or 513-529-2556.

 

UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON will be offering Summer Honors Engineering Camp June 5-10 or June 26-July 1, 2016 and Women in Engineering Camp-July 10-15, 2016.  

·      Summer Honors Engineering Camp is a six day, coed residential program open to high school students who will be sophomores, juniors or seniors in the fall of 2016 who have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5/4.0.  For more information, visit go.udayton.edu/engr/honors_camp.  If you have any questions, contact Beth Hart at 937-229-5080 or ehart1@udayton.edu.

·      Women in Engineering Summer Camp is a six-day residential program and is open to girls who will be high school sophomores, juniors or seniors in the fall of 2016.  To learn more about this opportunity, visit go.udayton.edu/wie.  If you have any questions, contact Annette Packard at 937-229-3296 or apackard1@udayton.edu.

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HONOR ROLL LISTS

Third quarter Honor Roll lists have been displayed.  The High School lists are hanging outside of the guidance office and the Junior High lists are hanging on the Junior High School bulletin board, on the first floor.

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*****Third Quarter Honor Roll lists have been posted. High School lists are outside of the guidance office and the Junior High lists are hanging on the Junior High bulletin board, on the first floor.*****

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March 16-18, 2016

 

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of March 16, 2016: $1,765,000.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

KATARINA AVILA-Notre Dame College

 

SENIOR DEADLINES/DATES

1.    March 18th-Graduation ticket orders are due

2.    April 14th –Cap and gown pick up during lunches

3.    April 29th-All fees are due

4.    May 1st-College Declaration Day

5.    May 6th –College acceptance/scholarships to the guidance office

6.    May 17th-19th-Senior checkout days

7.    May 19th-Senior luncheon

8.    May 28TH –GRADUATION (Students need to be there at 12:00, ceremony starts at 2:00)

 

ATTENTION JUNIORS:

Carol G Hall are offering ACT Preparation classes and the 2015-2016 schedule/enrollment form is available.  There are a few copies on the bookshelf, outside of the guidance office or in the student-shared drive.

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Hello Parents/Guardians,

The attached letter has important information about the upcoming Ohio's State Tests. Please read through it. You will find information about testing dates and graduation changes.  

If you are interested in your child retesting, please email me at mcoons@ts4arts.org before the March 18th deadline.

If you have any questions or concerns, please let me know!

Sincerely,

Megan Coons

School Counselor-Junior Division

 mcoons@ts4arts.org

419-246-8732  ext. 322

Testing letter to parents 3.9.16 jpeg.jpgThe previous email and letter were sent to all parents March 9, 2016.  If you did not receive a copy, please email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org.

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March 9 thru 11, 2016

 

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of March 9, 2016: $1,747,000.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

KAIDEN ADKINSON-BAILEY-Bowling Green State University

KATARINA AVILA-Cleveland State University

KENDAL SMITH-Capital University

 

COLLEGE/SCHOLARSHIP AND SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

COLLEGE NIGHT:

OWENS COMMUNITY COLLEGE will be hosting a College and Career preview night Wednesday, March 9th, 6:30-8:00 PM on the Toledo campus.  For more information call Owens Community College at 567-661-7777 or 1-800-GO-OWENS, Ext. 7777.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:  

Zeta Alpha Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. 2016 scholarship is being offered to female seniors with a GPA of 3.0 and above and has been accepted to an accredited college or university (Fall 2016).  Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated was founded in 1908 as the first black sorority whose mission is “service to all mankind”.  All applications must be postmarked by April 6, 2016 and can be found in the student shared as well as your Naviance account.

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

DEFIANCE COLLEGE will be offering a Crime Investigation Camp June 23-16, 2016.  This three-day Mock Crime Investigation Camp is opened to current 9-11 grades and is presented by the Criminal Justice, Forensic Science, and Digital Forensic Science programs of Defiance College.  The price is $200 ($250 after April 1, $300 after June 1).  For more information check out the flier hanging on the wall outside of the guidance office, in the student shared, or go to www.defiance.edu/got-clue/, call 419-783-2494 or email alaframboise@defiance.edu.

 

REYNOLDS YOUNG WRITER’S WORKSHOP will be offering their 8-day residential summer program in creative writing for current high school sophomores and juniors who love to write.  The program dates are June 12-19, 2016 and the application deadline is March 6, 2016.  For more information go to www.reynolds.denison.edu

 

THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO’s Pharmaceutical Science Camp will be offered to current juniors and will be held June 27-28, 2016.  The application deadline is April 1, 2016.  For more information see the poster hanging outside of the guidance office or in the student shared drive.   For more information and to apply online go to utoledo.edu/pharmacy click on pharmacy camp  You can also call Jose L. Trevino at 419-383-1992.  

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MARCH 2-4, 2016

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of February 24, 2016: $1,661,000.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

JARRETT CUNNINGHAM-Bowling Green State University

 

ATTENTION JUNIORS:

ACT or SAT participation, with the writing section, is a re-enrollment requirement for all current juniors to return as a TSA Senior, please refer to the deadline chart below.  

 

The April 9th and May 7th test dates are the last dates to assure TSA gets your results in time to meet the re-enrollment requirements.

 

ACT-To register go to www.actstudent.org

Test Date

Regular Deadline

Late Reg. Deadline

Photo Upload Deadline

April 9

March 4

March 5-18

April 1

June 11

May 6

May 7-20

June 3

SAT-To register go to sat.org/register

Test Date

Regular Deadline

Late Paper Reg. Deadline

Late Online/Phone DL

May 7

Apr. 8

Apr. 22

Apr. 26

June 4

May 5

May 20

May 25

SAT deadlines expire at 11:59 pm EST

SCHOOL CODE 365043

OPEN HOUSES, ON SITE VISITS AND SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

ON SITE VISITS:

There will be a representative in TSA’s guidance office conference room (room 300) to speak to any interested students.  You must register for the presentation through your Naviance account and the registration ends 2 days prior to the visit. Presentations can be cancelled if there aren’t enough registered students.   If you have any questions email Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org. The presentations will last approximately 30 minutes.

 

UNITED STATES AIR FORCE RECRUITER: Tuesday, March 8th at 10:00 a.m.

ART ACADEMY OF CINCINNATI-Tuesday, March 8th at 9:00 a.m.

URBANA UNIVERSITY-Wednesday, March 9th at 1:00 p.m.

ST. MARYS COLLEGE-Notre Dame, IN-Wednesday, March 9th at 2:15 p.m.

 

OPEN HOUSE:

PAUL MITCHELL THE SCHOOL TOLEDO will be hosting a national open house on Tuesday, March 8th from 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.  For more information check out the flier hanging outside of the guidance office or in the student shared drive.  To RSVP contact Martina Myers at 419-885-5191 x-1003, 419-500-0182 TXT “RSVP”, or email martinam@toledo.paulmitchell.edu.

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI will be hosting various summer camps.  Middle School through Pre-college aged students.  Camp dates vary from June 6-25, 2016.  For more information check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office go to daap.uc.edu/daapcamps.

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FEBRUARY 24-26, 2016

 CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of February 24, 2016: $1,661,000.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

KAIDEN ADKINSON-BAILEY-The University of Toledo

KATARINA AVILA-Wilmington College

DEBORAH BECKER-The University of Toledo

PEYTON BERTOK-The University of Toledo

JADA BOLES-Marymount Manhattan College

SOPHIE BRYAN-The University of Toledo

GLORIA BUENROSTRO-The University of Toledo

MEGAN DAVIDSON-The University of Toledo

JEREMY DUHON-The University of Toledo

ALEXIS HARTFIELD-The University of Toledo

EMILY HAYMAN-The University of Cincinnati

MAXWELL HEATH-The University of Toledo

NATHAN KEUNE-The University of Toledo

HELEN LOUKX-The University of Toledo

TAYLOR MCINTYRE-Ohio Northern University & Otterbein University

KAYLA MCQUEEN-The University of Toledo

JAKE MISH-The University of Toledo

BRIANNA MOOI-The University of Toledo

ERIK MORELOCK-The University of Toledo

ALYSON NICHOLAS-Eastern Michigan University

LILA PODDANY-The University of Toledo

DONALD ROWLAND-The University of Toledo

BRIANNA SAUNDERS-The University of Toledo

ERIC SMITH-The University of Toledo

KENDAL SMITH-The University of Toledo

SAMANTHA SPENCER-The University of Toledo

MADISON STREIDL-The University of Toledo

HANNAH SWEARINGEN-Bowling Green State University

COLE THOMAS-The University of Toledo

TORI THOMAS-Eastern Michigan University

NADJIA VAN ALSTINE-BARNHIZER-The University of Toledo

SPENCER WALTON-The University of Toledo

OLIVIA WESLEY-The University of Toledo

DAVID WILLIAMS JR-The University of Toledo

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1.             THE JOYCE IVY FOUNDATION Summer Scholars Program is available to female high school students in Michigan, Ohio, Nebraska, Missouri, Minnesota, North Dakota or South Dakota.  Summer Scholars are academically high-achieving students who will be entering the 10th, 11th, or 12th grade in Fall 2016.  Most Summer Scholars will be entering 11th or 12th grade.  The Summer Scholars program makes it financially possible for talented female high school students to attend summer academic programs at some of the most rigorous and selective colleges and universities.  Summer Scholars receive full and partial scholarship grants based on demonstrated financial need, to apply to the summer program tuition, room and board and travel expenses. The application deadline is March 1st. For more information, please go to http://www.joyceivyfoundation.org.

2.             THE TOLEDO JEWISH COMMUNITY FOUNDATION will be awarding college scholarships for the 2016-17 academic year.  These funds were established to provide need based financial assistance to students who demonstrate academic success coupled with involvement in the Toledo Jewish community.  Please see the information packet in the student-shared drive, or your Naviance account detailing the eligibility and guideline requirements for the Scholarship funds as well as the application form.  Only one application is needed for all scholarships, and students may apply for all that are applicable.  Applications are not reviewed or processed unless all materials requested are submitted with the application and returned to their offices no later than February 29, 2016.

3.  LIGHTHOUSE GUILD offers an annual scholarship program for college-bound high school and graduate students who are legally blind. The program will award approximately 20 college-bound scholarships of up to $10,000 each and one graduate scholarship of up to $10,000.  For more information call 212-769-7801 or scholars@lighthouseguild.org.  To apply online go to lighthouseguild.org/scholarships

 

COLLEGE NIGHTS

1.  THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO will be hosting a College Fair Tuesday, March 8 from 6:30-8:00 PM at UT’s Student Union, 2801 W. Bancroft, Toledo, OH 43606.

2. OWENS COMMUNITY COLLEGE will be hosting a College and Career preview night Wednesday, March 9th, 6:30-8:00 PM on the Toledo campus.  For more information call Owens Community College at 567-661-7777 or 1-800-GO-OWENS, Ext. 7777.  

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

1.  METROPARKS is seeking teens ages 14-18 to volunteer as Counselors In Training (CITs) for Summer Camp!  CITs will earn 40-120 community service hours.   The 2016 program involves a commitment to attend 3 trainings and the availability to complete at least two full weeks of camp.  All camps run Monday through Friday begin no earlier than 8:15 a.m. and run no later than 4:30 p.m.  Acceptance into the CIT program is a competitive process and applications need to be submitted by March 6th plus two references.  For more information visit MetroparksToledo.com and follow the link under Get Connected for schedule and application procedure, check out the flier hanging outside the guidance office or in the student-shared drive.  Any questions you can contact Nancy Jomantas, Volunteer Coordinator at 419-407-9840 or nancy.jomantas@metroparkstoledo.com.

2.  OBERLIN CONSERVATORY will be offering summer programs June 12-July 29th.  For more information check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office or contact Oberlin’s summer programs manager, Anna Hoffman at 440-775-8044 or go to OBERLIN.EDU/CON/SUM

FEBRUARY 17-19, 2016

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of February 17, 2016: $1,563,000.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

MOLLY SAVINO - Bowling Green State University

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:

ATTENTION SENIORS:

Here are a few important reminders for Seniors:

1.  The TSA graduation fee is $75.00 and is due April 29, 2016. All school fees are to be paid in full before students are allowed to walk at graduation.  

2.  A Jostens’ representative will be in the Flying Pig on April 14th to pass out caps, gowns and any additional items ordered from Jostens.  Please be aware, the graduation fee is required to be paid in full before caps and gowns will be distributed.  

3.  All college acceptance and scholarship notification letters should be emailed to Mrs. Perry at bperry@ts4arts.org by May 6th to be included in the graduation bulletin.

4.  Graduation will be held Saturday, May 28th at the Valentine Theatre.  Seniors are required to arrive NO LATER THAN 12:00 for practice (at the Red Stage Door).  Graduation will begin promptly at 2:00 p.m.

5.  A reception for graduates and their families will be held immediately following the ceremony.

 

ATTENTION JUNIORS:

COLLEGE NIGHT-A representative from BGSU will be here for TSA’s college night.  All juniors and their parents are invited to the The Attic Theater for the 5:30 presentation.

ACT or SAT participation, with the writing section, is a re-enrollment requirement for all current juniors to return as a TSA Senior, please note, the April 9th ACT and May 7th SAT test dates are the last dates to assure TSA gets your results in time to meet the re-enrollment requirements.

 

ACT-To register go to www.actstudent.org

Test Date

Regular Deadline

Late Reg. Deadline

Photo Upload Deadline

April 9

March 4

March 5-18

April 1

June 11

May 6

May 7-20

June 3

TSAT-To register go to sat.org/register

Test Date

Regular Deadline

Late Paper Reg. Deadline

Late Online/Phone DL

May 7

Apr. 8

Apr. 22

Apr. 26

June 4

May 5

May 20

May 25

SAT deadlines expire at 11:59 pm EST

SCHOOL CODE 365043

 

 

EMPLOYMENT, OPEN HOUSE, MISCELLANEOUS, SUMMER AND SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

1.  Kaman’s Art Shoppes at the Toledo Zoo are now hiring employees ages 16 and up to draw caricatures, paint faces, paint a specialty product called Handimals, and take photos of zoo guests. All of their jobs are entry level and require no prior experience.  The season starts Easter weekend and they are open weekends until school lets out, then students would have the opportunity to work up to 5 days a week, while school is out.  Their jobs tend to fill up by April, so if you are interested apply today!  

For more information check out the poster hanging outside of the guidance office, or there is a small supply of business cards and brochures available on a first come, first serve basis on the magazine rack outside of the guidance office.  You can also apply online at www.kamansart.com.

 

2.  The Toledo Zoo will be accepting Part Time and Seasonal Applications.  There is a small supply of applications located on the magazine rack by the guidance office, or you can pick up applications in their Visitor Services Building at the zoo.  If you have any questions, you can go to their website at www.toledozoo.org or call Jennifer Greer, Recruiting Manager, at 419-385-5721 ext. 3039.

 

MISCELLANEOUS OPPORTUNITIES:

The United States Military Academy-West Point, is interested in helping young men and women prepare for college.  

Interested Juniors with strong academic performance, who are excellent athletes, and have the highest level of personal character should start your application right away at apply.usma.edu.  

Interested Freshmen should request “Your Guide to Successful Admission.”  There’s a lot you can do now to be ready for a future at USMA, for more information go to discover.usma.edu/guide.

If you have any questions, please call 845-938-57690 or visit their website at usma.edu/admissions.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

Reminder:  The Buick Achievers Scholarship Program deadline is February 29th at 5:00 p.m. EST.  This scholarship is available for high school seniors and current undergraduates, US military veterans and their dependents who plan to enroll full time at a four-year college or university in 2016-2017 and plan to major in a specified course of study focused on engineering, technology or design with an interest in the automotive industry.  For more information check out the flier in the student shared, your Naviance account and posted outside of the Guidance Office.  You can also go to www.buickachievers.com.

Scholarship/College information can also be found by signing into your Naviance account or going to the Student Shared Drive.

We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

FEBRUARY 10-12, 2016

 

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of February 10, 2016: $1,562,000.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

JADA BOLES-Pace University

DANIELLE JONES-The Ohio State University

KASSIE KEIL-Ohio University, Point Park University and Wright State University

LYDIA LANZINGER-The Ohio State University-Lima

 

EMPLOYMENT, OPEN HOUSE, MISCELLANEOUS, SUMMER AND SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

The Toledo Zoo is hiring part-time and seasonal positions.  Applications can be found in the student-shared drive, or for a list of all available positions with job descriptions and application instructions, visit www.toledozoo.org/jobs.

 

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION:

Trine University has recently begun a new major in English called Profession Writing and English Studies.   Please feel free to check out their programs at www.TrineHAC.com.

 

OPEN HOUSES/COLLEGE FAIRS:

1.  Seton Hall University will be hosting open houses February 14 and April 24th. In addition, campus tours will be offered Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and on Saturdays at 10 a.m., Noon, and 1 p.m.  For more information or to register go to www.shu.edu/visiting.

2.  National College Fair will be held in Metro Detroit on Sunday, March 20th and Monday, March 21st.  For more information and to register go to www.gotomyncf.com.   There is also a small supply of fliers on the magazine rack outside of the guidance office, please help yourself.

3.  Paul Mitchell will be hosting an open house Tuesday, March 8th from 6-8 PM.  For more information check out the flier hanging outside of the guidance office or go to www.paulmitchell.edu.

4. Owens Community College will be hosting a college & Career preview nigh, March 9, 2016.  This event is free and open to the public.  For more information check out the flier hanging outside of the guidance office or go call 567-661-7777 or 1-800-GO-OWENS, Ext. 7777.

5.  The University of Akron will be hosting a Portfolio Review Day and Open house on Saturday, February 20, 2016 from 12:00-3:00 p.m.  To register please go to http://uakron.edu/u/portfolioday.

 

SCHOLARSHIPS:

1.  Bowling Green State University is offering the Edwin H Simmons Scholarship for the Arts to an incoming freshman admitted to any program associated with the University of Arts and has a minimum cumulative High School GPA of 3.20.  There are a few copies of the application on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office, or for more information go to www.bgsu.edu/offices/sfa or sign into your Naviance account.

2.  Glass City Federal Credit Union is awarding five $1,000 scholarships to area students!

Criteria:  Will be attending a 2-4 year accredited post-secondary institution in the 2016-17 school year; is a member of Glass City Federal (or a parent, stepparent, or legal guardians is a member); submits the completed application and required essay by March 31, 2016.  A copy of the scholarship application can be found in the Student Shared drive as well as your Naviance account.

3.  Teams of 4-8th grade students and 9th-12th grade students (with adult advisor(s) (2-3 students per team) can complete in the Great School Lunch Contest.  Students create an exciting new lunch featuring beans, dry peas, lentils, and/or chickpeas. Collectively known as pulse crops or pulses-and show how your team would promote your recipes.  For more information go to http://www.greatschoollunchcontest.com.

 

4.  Directions Federal Credit Union is currently accepting applications for their 2016-2017 college scholarships.  Two post secondary scholarships will be awarded for full time students of accredited colleges, community colleges, & vocational/trade schools.  The application deadline is March 6, 2016 and is student or family member must be a member of Direction’s Credit Union.  Application packets can be found in the student shared drive or by signing into your Naviance account.  For more information go to www.directionscu.org.

 

Scholarship/College information can also be found by signing into your Naviance account or going to the Student Shared Drive.

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

1.    Gettysburg College will be offering several opportunities for high school juniors and sophomores to attend academic camps over the summer months.  Subjects include psychology, American government, creative writing, or information technology.  For more information go to www.gettysburg.edu.

2.    The George Washington University invites motivated high school students to engage in rigorous academic experiences as you prepare for your college future.  There are several options for students in credit and noncredit program formats.  For more information,  check out the flier hanging outside of the guidance office or go to precollege.gwu.edu/arts.

 

For a complete list of summer opportunities, please see the 2014 Summer Opportunities file located in the Student Shared drive

 

February 3-5, 2016

 

 CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of February 3, 2016: $1,400,000.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

DEBORAH BECKER-Miami University

DREW LONGMORE-Kent State University

TAYLOR MCINTYRE-Capital University

ALYSON NICHOLAS-Kent State University

ISABEL WENING-Ohio State University

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

TOLEDO COMMUNITY FOUNDATION, INC. BUCKEYE CABLESYSTEM BCSN SCHOLARSHIP PROJECT FUND’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  To apply, pick up an Information Sheet and Application Form from the bookshelf outside of the guidance office), online at www.toledocf.org and www.bcsn.tv, or at the following sponsoring companies’ locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Nationwide Auto Finance, Unison Behavioral Health Group, or Buckeye CableSystem.

 

For consideration for May’s  Student of the Month all application materials must be returned to Mrs. Perry by April 8th.

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

Foundations and Endowments Group of KeyBank is offering scholarships again this year for current seniors.  There are a couple of packets available on a first come, first serve basis on the black bookshelf outside of the guidance office.  They can also be found in the student’s Naviance account and the student shared drive.  Please be aware applications will not be reviewed or processed unless all materials requested are submitted with the applications by the April 15, 2016 deadline.

 

SUMMER and MISCELLANEOUS OPPORTUNITIES:

 

The Ailey School, Official school of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater will be holding Auditions Saturday, February 20, 2016.  The Junior Division (Ages 11-15), 2016 SUMMER INTENSIVE, will be held at 9:00 a.m.-10:30a.m. The Professional Division (ages 16-25). 2016 SUMMER INTENSIVE or 2016-17 SCHOOL YEAR (Must be a high school graduate), will be held at 10:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.  The auditions will be held at the Detroit Opera House (1526 Broadway, Detroit, MI 48226). Audition fee is $20 (online pre-registration is mandatory. No walk-ins): TheAielySchool.edu/Auditions or http://www.alvinailey.org.  For questions email admissions@alvinailey.org or call 212-405-9513.

 

The Joyce Ivy Foundation Summer Scholars program is available to female high school students in Michigan, Ohio, Nebraska, Missouri, Minnesota, North Dakota or South Dakota.  Summer scholars are academically high-achieving students who will be entering 10th, 11th or 12th grade in Fall 2016.  For more information please go to www.joyceivyfoundation.org.

 

Are you considering a Career in Engineering?  Attend the University of Akron for an engaging one-week residential summer camp for girls in grades nine through 12.  You can register March 1-31, 2016 for the June 12-17, 2016 (Resident Camp) or the June 13-17, 2016 (Day Camp).  For more information go to the student shared drive, contact hec9@uakron.edu

or visit: www.wiep.uakron.edu or

 

MARTIN W. ESSEX, School for the Gifted and Talented will be offering opportunities for career exploration through a unique program comprised of classes, seminars and workshops on the arts, sciences and humanities to rising juniors and seniors.  The program will run June 19-25, 2016 at Otterbein University. The cost of the Essex School is $650.00 (Need-based financial assistance may be available).  For more information please call 614-823-1570 or visit www.otterbein.edu/essex.

 

Through the generous support ROSS UNIVERSITY, the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association is pleased to host the 2016 Veterinary Exploration Conference and College Fair on February 27, 2016.  Registration is $5 per student and is open to high school juniors and seniors and undergraduate students.  Registration for this event is online ONLY.  Please register at http://mvcinfo.org/students/VEDC.html by the February 19, 2016 deadline.

We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

January 27-29, 2016

 

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of January 27th, 2016: $1,300,000

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

JASMINE DAVIS-Eastern Michigan University

EMMA FISH-Kent State University

ALEXIS HANDLEY-Bellarmine University

DREW LONGMORE-Ohio Northern University

KIRA MCELVANY-The University of Toledo

JASMINE MEEKER-Eastern Michigan University

ALYSON NICHOLAS-Lourdes University                              

AVA RENDINA-Point Park University, The University of Toledo, Wright State University

 

SAVE THE DATES:

1.    All 8th-11th graders and their parents are invited to attend TSA’s College Credit Plus meeting on January 27th at 6:00 p.m. in the Attic Theater.

2.    2.  All Juniors and their parents are invited to TSA’s College Night on February 24th at 5:30 p.m. in the Attic Theater.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

The State Farm Good Neighbor Scholarship doesn't require a high GPA, but rather focuses on students who are leaders and volunteers in their communities and demonstrate financial need.

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

    Be a 2016 graduating high school senior.

    High school seniors must have a cumulative GPA between a 2.5 and 3.2 on a 4.0 scale.

    Plan to enroll full-time for the 2016-17 academic year at an accredited 2- or 4-year college, university or vocational-technical school.

    Must be a U.S. citizen

    https://www.scholarshipamerica.org/statefarmgoodneighborscholarship/

The deadline is March 2, 2016.

Apply today for the State Farm Good Neighbor Scholarship program! 

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

1. Wright State University will be offering Exploring STEMM-Enriching Minds Through Science 2016 to all rising 7-9th grade students.  Applications are on a first come, first served basis.  This program will fill quickly, early registration is encouraged.  For more information check out the flier in the student shared, the poster hanging outside of the guidance office or go to www.wright.edu.

 

2. UChicago will be offering the Neubauer Family Adelante Summer Scholars Program to rising seniors.        The program will take place June 18-Jul 8 and applications are due by March 15th.  Top students engaged in Hispanic and Latino communities may be elgible to participate in the University of Chicago’s Summer Session course free of charge.  For more information go to http://summer.uchicago.edu/high-school/neubauer-summer-scholars.

 

3.  Otis College of Art and Design’s Summer of Art, will be offering a four-week college preparation program July 5th-July 29th.  Summer of Art provides artists ages 15 and older with a college immersion experience in art and design.  For more information go to www.otis.edu/soa.

We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

 

January 20-22, 2016

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of January 20th, 2016: $1,254,000

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

JADA BOLES-The University of Akron

PAIGE HOUGHTON-The University of Akron

ANDREW NAUDEN-Wright  State University

 

SAVE THE DATES

WHAT?

DATE?

TIME?

LOCATION?

WHO?

College Credit Plus Meeting

January 27th

6:00 p.m.

Attic Theater

8-11th graders and their parents

College Night

February 24th

5:30 p.m.

Attic Theater

Juniors and their parents

 

OPEN HOUSE/PORTFOLIO DAYS:

 

The University of Akron will be hosting a Portfolio Review Day and Open House at The University of Akron’s Myers School of Art.  This event is scheduled for Saturday, February 20, 2016, from 12:00-3:00 p.m.  This is an opportunity for students to be considered for scholarships in the 2016-2017 academic year, based solely on the quality of their portfolio.  If a student is not interested in the portfolio review/scholarship, they can certainly still enjoy a visit that day.  For more information and to register please go to: http://uakron.edu/u/portfolioday.

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

1. The Buick Achievers Scholarship Program will be offering scholarships to high school seniors and current undergraduates, US military veterans and their dependents who plan to enroll full time at a four-year college or university in 2016-2017 and plan to major in a specified course of study focused on engineering, technology or design with an interest in the automotive industry.  For more information check out the flier in the student shared, your Naviance account and posted outside of the guidance office.  You can also go to www.buickachievers.com. The deadline is February 29, 2016 (5:00 p.m. EST).

2. Sylvania Area Chamber of Commerce will be offering scholarships to City of Sylvania or Sylvania Township seniors who will be graduating and planning to attend an accredited post-secondary program.  For more information, sign into your Naviance account, go to the student shared drive or copy and paste the following link in your web browser:

https://www.cognitoforms.com/SalonInstitute1/SylvaniaAreaChamberOfCommerceScholarshipApplication

January 13-15, 2016

Quarter 2 Honor Roll Lists are posted!!!  

The High School list is outside of the Guidance Office.  The Junior High list is hanging on the Junior High board on the first floor.

All quarter 2 Honor Roll recipients have earned at least all A's and B's for the second quarter and have not received an exam grade lower than a C-.

WAY TO GO QUARTER 2 HONOR ROLL RECIPIENTS!

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of January 11th, 2016: $1,254,000

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

JASMINE DAVIS-Bowling Green State University & The University of Toledo

LYDIA LANZINGER-Kent State University & Michigan State University

DREW LONGMORE-Western Michigan University

 

 

SAVE THE DATES

WHAT?

DATE?

TIME?

LOCATION?

WHO?

FAFSA Night

January 14th

5:30 p.m.

Attic Theater

Seniors and their parents

Class registration meetings

January 15th

During the day

Attic Theater

8-11th graders

MANDATORY:

8th grade Parent Meeting OR

January 19th

7:00 p.m.

Attic Theater

8th grade students and their parents

8th grade Parent Meeting

January 20th

8:30 a.m.

Attic Theater

8th grade students and their parents

College Credit Plus Meeting

January 27th

6:00 p.m.

Attic Theater

8-11th graders and their parents

College Night

February 24th

5:30 p.m.

Attic Theater

Juniors and their parents

 

JOB OPPORTUNITIES:

The Toledo Zoo and Aquarium is looking for a part time exhibit technician.

 

Part-Time Exhibit Technician

 

Position requires a creative individual who will use their skills to design and assist in exhibit development. Familiarity with power tools, carpentry methods, sculpture techniques, materials, graphic design, paint, illustration, and other visual arts media. Will create components for exhibit displays and coordinate with manager on projects.

 

This position requires background in the arts or visual arts field, or any combination of education and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Must also be able to provide a portfolio of previous work/projects for review. Must have a valid driver’s license and be insurable by the fleet insurance carrier. The Toledo Zoo is an EOE and a drug/alcohol free workplace.

 

For consideration, please submit resumes by Sunday, January 24 to the Toledo Zoo recruiting manager at resume@toledozoo.org.

SAT PREP COURSE:

With the SAT changing in March 2016 STARS has designed a course specifically with the new test in mind.  For more information go to www.starsprep.net.

 

 

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIVERSITY has scholarships available for incoming freshman considering careers in teaching science and/or mathematics.  The Ohio Board of Regents has awarded Choose Ohio First grant funds to BGSU to promote STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and mathematics) education.  Their unique program called Science and Math Education in ACTION offers $4,000 the first year of college with increases each year up to $5, 200 the fourth year - a scholarship valued at a total of approximately $20,000 (based on continued state funding).  The deadline to apply is January 15, 2016.  For more details, review the brochure in the student-shared folder, Naviance or go to www.bgsu.edu/action to complete an online application.

 

CREDIT UNIONS FOR HIGH EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS will be offering scholarships up to $1,500.00.  For more information, go to www.nwocu.org, sign into your Naviance account, or check out the flier on the student shared and outside of the guidance office.   You don’t need to be a member of a credit union to apply.

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

The University of Toledo will be holding a Pharmacy Summer Camp.  For more information go to utoledo.edu/pharmacy -click on Pharmacy Summer Camp, or check out the flier in the student shared drive.

January 6-8, 2016

 CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of January 6th, 2016 : $1,208,000

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

JADA BOLES-Wright State University

DANIELLE JONES-Coastal Carolina University, Kalamazoo College, Miami University, Ohio Wesleyan University

TAYLOR MCINTYRE-Western Michigan University

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:

IMPORTANT REMINDERS:

·       FAFSA Night for all seniors and their parents will be held January 14th AT 5:30 p.m. in the TSA Attic Theater.

·       All college acceptance and scholarship notification letters should be copied to Mrs. Perry in the Guidance office.  Emails are acceptable to bperry@ts4arts.org.

·           TOLEDO COMMUNITY FOUNDATION, INC. BUCKEYE CABLESYSTEM BCSN SCHOLARSHIP PROJECT FUND’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  To apply, pick up an Information Sheet and Application Form from the bookshelf outside of the guidance office), online at www.toledocf.org and www.bcsn.tv , or at the following sponsoring companies’ locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Nationwide Auto Finance, Unison Behavioral Health Group, or Buckeye CableSystem.

 

          There will only be one student considered for each month.  For consideration of next  month’s               Student of the Month (All application materials must be returned to Mrs. Perry by this date):

Ø  February, 2016 (January 8th)

Ø  March, 2016 (February 8th)

Ø  April, 2016 (March 8th)

Ø  May, 2016 (April 8th)

·       All seniors are required to pay a $75.00 graduation fee, which includes the cost of the cap and gown. All school fees, including the graduation fee are due by April 29, 2016.  Students will not be allowed to walk at graduation if there are any outstanding fees or materials.

·       Graduation will be held Saturday, May 28th at the Valentine Theatre.  Seniors are required to arrive NO LATER THAN 12:00 p.m. for practice (at the Red Stage Door).  Graduation will begin promptly at 2:00 p.m.    A reception for graduates and their families will be held immediately following the ceremony.

SAVE THE DATES:

WHAT?

DATE?

TIME?

LOCATION?

WHO?

FAFSA Night

January 14th

5:30 p.m.

Attic Theater

Seniors and their parents

Class registration meetings

January 15th

During the day

Attic Theater

8-11th graders

8th grade Parent Meeting OR

January 19th

7:00 p.m.

Attic Theater

8th grade students and their parents

8th grade Parent Meeting

January 20th

8:30 a.m.

Attic Theater

8th grade students and their parents

College Credit Plus Meeting

January 27th

6:00 p.m.

Attic Theater

8-11th graders and their parents

College Night

February 24th

5:30 p.m.

Attic Theater

Juniors and their parents

ATTENTION JUINIORS

Just a reminder-ACT or SAT (writing portion included) participation is a re-enrollment requirement for all current juniors to return as a TSA Senior.   Please include TSA’s school code of 365043 to ensure TSA receives a copy of your scores.

 

***The April 9th ACT and May 7th SAT tests are the latest tests you can take to complete that portion of your re-enrollment requirement in time. ***

 

Here are the remaining test dates and deadlines:

ACT-To register go to www.actstudent.org

Test Date

Regular Deadline

Late Reg. Deadline

Photo Upload Deadline

Feb. 6

Jan. 8

Jan. 9-15

Jan. 29

April 9

March 4

March 5-18

April 1

June 11

May 6

May 7-20

June 3

 

SAT-To register go to sat.org/register

Test Date

Regular Deadline

Late Paper Reg. Deadline

Late Online/Phone DL

Jan. 23

Dec. 28

Jan. 8

Jan. 12

March 5

Feb. 5

Feb. 19

Feb. 23

May 7

Apr. 8

Apr. 22

Apr. 26

June 4

May 5

May 20

May 25

SAT deadlines expire at 11:59 pm EST

SCHOOL CODE 365043

December 16-18, 2015

 

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS!

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of DECEMBER 10TH: $1,038,000.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

NICHOLE HORNIK-Kent State University

DANIELLE JONES-The College of Wooster

LYDIA LANZINGER-Ohio University & Iowa State University

ANDREW NAUDEN-Kent State University

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

TOLEDO COMMUNITY FOUNDATION, INC. BUCKEYE CABLESYSTEM BCSN SCHOLARSHIP PROJECT FUND’s goal is to provide annual scholarships to graduating high school seniors currently attending a school in the BCSN’s Toledo service area.  To apply, pick up an Information Sheet and Application Form from the bookshelf outside of the guidance office), online at www.toledocf.org and www.bcsn.tv, or at the following sponsoring companies’ locations:  The Andersons, Directions Credit Union, Nationwide Auto Finance, Unison Behavioral Health Group, or Buckeye Cable System.

 

For consideration of this month’s Student of the Month (Application materials must be returned to Mrs. Perry by this date):

February 2016 (January 8th)

March, 2016 (February 8th)

April, 2016 (March 8th)

May 2016 (April 8th)

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY’S NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL INSTITUTE, commonly known as the “Cherubs” program is made up of three summer Institutes: Theatre Arts, Film & Video, and Debate.  These programs combine intensive training, along with a one of a kind summer experience making lifelong friends and contacts, while exploring the Northwestern campus and Chicago.  The Theatre Arts program is open exclusively to current high school juniors; their Film & Video program is open to current sophomores and juniors; and their Debate programs are open to current freshman, sophomores, and juniors.  They offer generous financial aid packages to students that demonstrate a need.  For more information go to http://nhsi.northwestern.edu/ or you can check out file in the student shared drive.

 

ATTENTION JUNIORS:

ACT or SAT participation, with the writing section, is a re-enrollment requirement for all current juniors to return as a TSA Senior, please refer to the deadline chart below.  

ACT-To register go to www.actstudent.org

Test Date

Regular Deadline

Late Reg. Deadline

Photo Upload Deadline

Feb. 6

Jan. 8

Jan. 9-15

Jan. 29

April 9

March 4

March 5-18

April 1

June 11

May 6

May 7-20

June 3

SAT-To register go to sat.org/register

Test Date

Regular Deadline

Late Paper Reg. Deadline

Late Online/Phone DL

Jan. 23

Dec. 28

Jan. 8

Jan. 12

March 5

Feb. 5

Feb. 19

Feb. 23

May 7

Apr. 8

Apr. 22

Apr. 26

June 4

May 5

May 20

May 25

SAT deadlines expire at 11:59 pm EST

SCHOOL CODE 365043

DECEMBER 9-11, 2015

 

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS!

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of DECEMBER 4TH: $854,000.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

ALEXIS BELL-Wright State University

JADA BOLES-Notre Dame College

NICHOLE HORNIK-Ohio University & Notre Dame College

LYDIA LANZINGER-Bowling Green State University

SIERRA WEILAND-The King’s College-New York City

 

SAVE THE DATES 

WHAT?

DATE?

TIME?

LOCATION?

WHO?

Class ring promotion/cap/gown order collection

December 11th

During lunches

Flying Pig

9-12th graders

FAFSA Night

January 14th

5:30 p.m.

Attic Theater

Seniors and their parents

 

Class registration meetings

January 15th

During the day

Attic Theater

8-11th graders

8th grade Parent Meeting

January 19th

7:00 p.m.

Attic Theater

 

8th grade students and their

parents

8th grade Parent Meeting

January 20th

8:30 a.m.

Attic Theater

 

8th grade students and their

parents

College Credit Plus Meeting

January 27th

6:00 p.m.

Attic Theater

8-11th graders

College Night

February 24th

5:30 p.m.

Attic Theater

Juniors and their parents

 

CAP & GOWN ORDER DAY REMINDER:

All seniors are required to complete and return a completed cap and gown order form this Friday, December 11th during their lunchtime (in The Flying Pig).

 

Please remember:

The $75 graduation fee includes the cap, gown and one tassel, is payable to TSA and is due by April 29th (along with all other outstanding fees).  Any extra items ordered are due to Jostens; please refer to the order form for payment options.  Extra Jostens packets are available in the guidance office if needed.

 

If you have any questions regarding the graduation fee, please contact Mrs. Perry bperry@ts4arts.org.  If you have any questions regarding Jostens orders, please call Jostens at 1-800-567-8367.

 CLASS RING ORDER DAY REMINDER:

Our Jostens' representative will be in The Flying Pig, Friday, December 11th during your lunch, to collect class ring order forms.  If you are interested in ordering a TSA class ring and haven't picked up your class ring packet yet, do it today!   Packets are available on the bookshelf outside of the guidance office.   If you have any questions, please call Jostens at 1-800-567-8367.

 

 SCHOLARSHIP AND COLLEGE INFORMATION:

1. ALL OHIO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: Create a 60-second video on cyber security, identity theft, or student loans and enter the OHIO ATTORNEY GENERAL’S TAKE ACTION VIDEO CONTEST for the chance to win up to $2,500 in college scholarships.  The winner last year was our own Class of 2015’s Morgan Gale!!! For more information visit: www.OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov/TakeActionContest, email ConsumerOutreach@OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov or call 800-282-0515.  The deadline for all entries is December 11, 2015.

 

2. There is only ONE WEEK left to submit your videos for The Wireless FoundationTM Drive Smart: No Distractions, No Excuses Challenge for a chance to win prizes, including a $5,000 Grand Prize!

 

Be sure to submit your video before the deadline of December 15, 2015! Create your 30 to 60 second video and make a difference today - convince your friends to put their cell phones away while driving and "Drive Smart". There will be a winner in EVERY state so don't miss your chance! For more information go to www.drivesmartnow.com/official-rules

 

3.  Only 1 week left for entry into the Make College Happen Challenge! The contest is brought to you by Sallie Mae in partnership with By Kids For Kids Co (BKFK). Students 14-18 can enter by creatively demonstrating how they plan to pay for college (a poem, song, essay, video, or photo)!

For more information go to www.makecollegehappenchallenge.com/contest before the December 15th deadline.

 

3. ITHACA COLLEGE’s PARK SCHOLAR PROGRAM is much more than a scholarship; it is a dynamic learning community that develops future communications leaders who engage critically, act globally, and perform ethically.  Ithaca College’s Park Scholar Program covers the entire cost of attendance at Ithaca College; includes stipends for living expenses, books, and a one-time computer purchase of up to $2,500; and are renewable for up to three years (for a total of eight semesters).  For more information go to www.ithaca.edu/parkscholars, sign into your Naviance account, or check out the information on the student-shared drive.

 

MISC. COLLEGE INFORMATION:

All current seniors living in Ohio are invited to apply for the Third Annual Ohio Unified Theatre Auditions. Auditions will be Saturday, January 9, 2016 at Bexley High School, Bexley, OH.  For more information call Matt Wolfe at 614-823-1657 or mtwolfe@otterbein.edu, or check out the flyer in the student-shared folder.

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

Duke University is now accepting applications for their Duke Summer College for High School Students (grades 10 & 11) to earn academic credit, or Duke Summer Academy for High School Students  (grades 9-12) to enroll in personal enrichment classes with a global perspective. Make friends from all over the globe as you learn in a classroom environment that is intimate enough to gain the individual attention you need to thrive. For more information go to http://summersession.duke.edu.

DECEMBER 2-4, 2015

 

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS!

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of DECEMBER 4TH: $854,000.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

EMILY AVARITT-Bowling Green State University

ALEXIS BELL-Notre Dame College & Point Park University

JADA BOLES-Eastern Michigan University

DREW HALFORD-Baldwin Wallace University & Ohio State University

ALEXIS HANDLEY-Ohio University

EMILY HAYMAN-The University of Kentucky, Ohio State University & Wittenberg University

PAIGE HOUGHTON-The University of Toledo

DANIELLE JONES-Albion College, Bowling Green State University & Michigan State University

DESTINY JONES-Bowling Green State University & The University of Akron

HANNAH KRAMER-The University of Akron

ALEXANDRIA KUNZLER-Bowling Green State University

LYDIA LANZINGER-Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis & Roosevelt University

MEGAN MARTINEZ-Bowling Green State University

TAYLOR MCINTYRE-Wright State University

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:

Cap and gown/graduation items order forms will be collected during lunches on December 11th in the Flying Pig.  There are extra packets available in the guidance office if you need one.

 

ATTENTION SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS AND SENIORS:

CLASS RING PROMOTION

Have you ever wanted a class ring? Now’s the time!!!

Ordering packets are now available on the bookshelf outside of the Guidance office, room 300.

Our Jostens’ representative will be back to TSA on Friday, December 11th during your lunchtime to pick up orders and payments. If you have any questions please call 1-800-567-8367.  Online orders will also be accepted at www.jostens/.com/contact.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

Through the generosity of many individuals, families and businesses, Toledo Community Foundation awards educational scholarships to local students every year.   For more information go to www.toledocf.org or check out the spreadsheet in both the student shared folder and your Naviance account.

 

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES:

1.  Kent State University’s Design Academy will be offering their Design Academy this summer.  For more information check out the information in the student shared drive.

 

2.  Attention Juniors!  Looking for college scholarship opportunities?  Want to develop your leadership skills?  Ever wonder what it would be like to indulge in the college experience?  Then consider Youth Nations!

Youth Nations is looking for leaders to be part of the 2016 Global Leadership Experience at The University of Toledo.  Spend a week experiencing what it’s like to live on campus, enjoy extracurricular activities such as sports and art, and compete against others for a chance to receive a scholarship!  There are a limited number of brochures on the magazine rack by the guidance office and on the student-shared drive.  For more information go to utoledo.edu/honors/youthnations or check out the file on the student shared drive.

IMPORTANT DATES:

WHAT?

DATE?

TIME?

LOCATION?

WHO?

Class ring promotion/cap/gown order collection

December 11th

During lunches

Flying Pig

9-12th graders

FAFSA Night

January 14th

5:30 p.m.

Attic Theater

Seniors and their parents

8th grade Parent Meeting

January 19th

7:00 p.m.

Attic Theater

8th grade students and their parents

8th grade Parent Meeting

January 20th

8:30 a.m.

Attic Theater

8th grade students and their parents

College Credit Plus Meeting

January 27th

6:00 p.m.

Attic Theater

All HS Students and their parents

College Night

February 24th

5:30 p.m.

Attic Theater

Juniors and their parents

NOVEMBER 18-20, 2015

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS:

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of NOVEMBER 17, 2015: $534,000.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

JADA BOLES-Point Park University

DREW HALFORD-Bowling Green State University

COLIN HARSH-Bowling Green State University

SOPHIA HUSS-Ohio University

TORI THOMAS-Bowling Green State University

SIERRA WEILAND-Bowling Green State University & Ferris State University

 

ATTENTION SENIORS:

OPEN HOUSES:

--University of Dayton will host their last open house on November 22nd.   Space is limited.  RSVP at admission.udayton.edu/open house.  Have questions or need to request special accommodations?  Call 800-837-7433.

--SETON HALL UNIVERSITY will be hosting open houses November 22, February 14 and April 24th. In addition, campus tours will be offered Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and on Saturdays at 10 a.m., Noon, and 1 p.m.  For more information or to register go to www.shu.edu/visiting.

 

ATTENTION SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS AND SENIORS:

CLASS RING PROMOTION

Have you ever wanted a class ring? Now’s the time!!!

Ordering packets will be available in the Guidance office, room 300 on and after December 1st.

Our Jostens’s representative will be back to TSA on Friday, December 11th during your lunchtime to pick up orders and payments. Online orders will also be accepted at www.jostens/.com/contact.

 

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

AXA ACHIEVEMENT FOUNDATION will be offering scholarships to current USA residents, seniors who plan to enroll full-time in an accredited two or four year college or university in the United States for the entire 2016-17 school year.  For more information go to www.axa-achievement.com before the December 15, 2015 deadline. Only the first 10,000 applications will be accepted for consideration so APPLY EARLY!!

 

GANNON UNIVERSITY has a scholarship opportunity for students who are choosing to study engineering or computer science.  Gannon University is a recipient of two $600,000 National Science Foundation grants called Scholars of Excellence in Engineering and Computing Science (SEECS).  This grant provides need-based, academic-merit scholarships each awarded for one year and renewable for four years.  For more information go to www.gannon.edu/seecs, call 1-800-GANNON-U or email seecs@gannon.edu.

 

For more scholarship information please see the Scholarship file located in the Student Shared drive or sign into your Naviance account)

 

We are sharing this information; not endorsing it since we cannot be certain of its authenticity.

NOVEMBER 11-13, 2015

 

CLASS OF 2016 COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES AND SCHOLARSHIPS!

 

SCHOLARSHIP TOTAL as of NOVEMBER 11, 2015: $382,000.00

 

COLLEGE ACCEPTANCES

KAITLIN ALFRED-Lourdes University

ALEXIS BELL-Bowling Green State University

JARRETT CUNNINGHAM-The University of Toledo

DELILAH GONZALES-The University of Toledo

ALEXIS HANDLEY-Cleveland State University

ALEXIS HARTFIELD-Bowling Green State University

MALCOLM LIGHTFOOT-The University of Toledo

ANDREW NAUDEN-The University of Toledo

KAYLA SMITH-Bowling Green State University & Kent State University

TORI THOMAS-The University of Toledo

ISABEL WENING-Baldwin Wallace University

 

SAVE THE DATES

WHAT?

DATE?

TIME?

LOCATION?

WHO?

Cap & Gown Measurement Day

December 1st

8:10 a.m.

Attic Theater

Seniors

Class ring promotion

December 11th

During lunches

Flying Pig

9-11th graders

FAFSA Night

January 14th

5:30 p.m.