May 11 @7:30pm: SENIOR AWARDS PROGRAM at the Spiritual Center
May 20 @8:30am: SENIOR GRADUATION PRACTICE
May 22 @1:00pm: COMMENCEMENTTranscript Request
To request a transcript to be sent to a college, please click HEREACT/SAT Information 2021-22All students who plan to go to college should take a college entrance exam.
An ACT (or SAT) test score is a requirement for admission to most colleges and universities. Stop by the guidance office for more information.ACT National Test Dates Registration Deadlines
April 2 Feb 25
June 11 May 6
July 16 June 17Students can register for the ACT online at http://www.actstudent.org/start. Our CEEB code is 363-200.
**IEP/504 students requesting extended time must see Mrs. Sue Bruns two weeks prior to the registration deadline.**ACT College and Career Readiness Scores
English 18 / Math 22 / Reading 22 / Science 23Students can register for the SAT online at sat.org/register. Our CEEB code is 363-200OHIO GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS:
English - 4 credits
Math - 4 credits (including Algebra 2)
Science - 3 credits (must include a biological & physical science)
Social Studies - 3 credits (must include American Hist, World Hist & Government)
Health - 1/2 credit
Career Planning - 1/2 credit
Personal Finance - 1/2 credit
P.E. - 1/2 credit (can be waived if participating in sports, cheerleading or band)
Fine Arts - 1 credit
Electives - 4 credits(To view a copy of the current Curriculum Course Handbook, click HERE.)Hometown Opportunity:
This website has LOTS of information regarding local companies, job shadows, internships, videos etc.www.hometownopportunity.comIf you would like to view our district's Career Advising plan, please click here.
To view the road map for Career Advising in grades 9-12, click here.
To view a copy of the College Credit Plus Handbook, click HERE
Prospective College Athletes
who plan to play collegiate sports must register with the appropriate clearinghouse.
To register, go to:NCAA Clearinghouse: www.eligibilitycenter.orgNAIA: www.playnaia.org