This event is open to all grades and their parents. Most scholarship are for Seniors, but it is a good idea for those not Seniors to attend in order to meet those who are sponsoring the scholarships and to find out what the requirements are so that they can be prepared to apply - i.e. work on getting more community service hours, etc.
This curriculum framework is a valuable tool designed
to guide students through the college and career preparation
process. This framework includes the following elements:
A. Career Fields
B. Career Clusters
C. Programs of Study
D. Education and Career Action Plans (ECAP)
E. Student Assessments
F. Extended Learning Opportunities
Through a new program called raise.me, your student can automatically earn scholarships from colleges each time he or she achieves any of the following goals in school:
- Get an A in a course ($100 - $1,000)
- Get a B in a course ($50 - $600)
- Participate in a school club or sport ($25 - $250)
- And much more
Selective colleges receive applications from many worthy students with similar scores and grades—too many to admit. So they use your essay, along with your letters of recommendation and extracurricular activities, to find out what sets you apart from the other talented candidates.
High school resumes give colleges a snapshot of your accomplishments, extracurriculars, hobbies, and work history. They can also be a useful tool for prepping for a college interview or to give to the teachers who are writing your letters of recommendation.