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JR/SR High Counselor

 

 

Quarter 3 Craziness! 

  • Seniors-Don't forget to check your Google classroom for local scholarship information! The Code is: 4i1qzv 
  • Hard copies of local scholarships are in Ms. Ladewig's office as well. Please type or write in blue or black ink, No Pencil!!
  • National Honor Society Applications will be passed out in February to those eligible. 
  • State Assessments will begin after Spring break and are open until April 28, 2017
    • Grades 6-8 and 10-11 will take some assessments
  • Scheduling is just around the corner. Please be thinking about your IPS and plans for the future. Your classes are a big part of that!!

 

Contact Information:

lladewig@usd456.org

(785) 549-3313

Feel free to stop by and see me in person as well!

 

 

 

 

ACT Test Dates:
ACT Test Dates & Deadlines
ACT Test Date Registration Deadline ACT Scores Available
September 10, 2016 Aug. 5, 2016 Sept. 20, 2016
October 22, 2016 Sept. 16, 2016 Nov. 8, 2016
December 10, 2016 Nov. 4, 2016 Dec. 20, 2016
February 11, 2017 Jan. 13, 2017 Feb. 22, 2017
April 8, 2017 Mar. 3, 2017 Apr. 18, 2017
June 10, 2017 May 5, 2017 Jun. 20, 2017

     *Register online @ www.actstudent.org

 

 

COLLEGE CONCURRENT/DUAL CREDIT COURSES THROUGH ALLEN COMMUNITY COLLEGE- MDCVHS Juniors and Seniors may take selected MDCVHS courses for college credit by enrolling and paying tuition to ACC. For more information click here.  ACC also offers many online courses to high school students.  Many of these courses may qualify, under CTE legislation, for the tuition to be paid by the state. 

DUAL CREDIT PROGRAMS THROUGH FLINT HILLS TECHNICAL COLLEGE and Washburn Tech- It may be possible for juniors and seniors to take online courses from FHTC and Washburn Tech during the school day, for dual college and high school credit, or to attend FHTC in the afternoons, as a part-time student.  Legislation in Kansas has provided for high school students to be able to take tuition-paid college or technical school courses in certain approved content areas. 

 

 

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