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Senior Pre-Enrollment 2014-2015. Enrollment Packet Due by Friday, February 21. Turn in packet to your English teacher. Counselors Student’s Last Name A-B Carie Allen Student’s Last Name C-F Nicole Wilson Student’s Last Name G-K Alecia Day Student’s Last Name L-O

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enrollment packet due by friday february 21
Enrollment Packet Due by Friday, February 21

Turn in packet to your English teacher

mhs counseling office

Counselors

Student’s Last Name A-B

Carie Allen

Student’s Last Name C-F

Nicole Wilson

Student’s Last Name G-K

Alecia Day

Student’s Last Name L-O

Paula Buckmaster

Student’s Last Name P-S

Ranae Summers

Student’s Last Name T-Z

Kristi Stephens

MHS Counseling Office
mhs counseling office next year

Counselors

Student’s Last Name A-C

Carie Allen

Student’s Last Name D-Hi

Brieana Cooper

Student’s Last Name Ho-Mi

Paula Buckmaster

Student’s Last Name Mo-Sh

Ranae Summers

Student’s Last Name Si-Z

Kristi Stephens

Freshmen Counselors

Nicole Wilson & Alecia Day

MHS Counseling Office –Next Year
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Graduation Requirements -for the Class of 2015 and BeyondStandard Diploma- *Student must opt out of College Prep
end of instruction eoi testing requirements

In order to meet graduation requirements every student must pass 4 of 7 EOI Tests.

All students Must Pass:

English 2 and Algebra 1

Any 2 of the following:

Biology, Geometry, US History, English 3 or Algebra 2

Attendance on Test Days is Very Important!

End of Instruction (EOI)Testing Requirements
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Enrollment for your Senior YearStep 1: Plan for your future.Create a Plan. Review all classes needed to graduate.
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Step 2: Answer question. Do you have any outside requirements needed for graduation?Yes or No???Oklahoma’s Promise (OHLAP)NCAA
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ScholarshipUpon completion of the program’s requirements, you will earn:Free tuition at an Oklahoma public two-year college or four-year university. OR a portion of tuition at an accredited Oklahoma private college OR a portion of tuition for courses at public technology centers that are approved for credit toward an Associate in Applied Science degree at a public college. (The Oklahoma’s Promise scholarship does not cover fees, books, supplies, or room and board.)For more information see your counselor or go to www.okpromise.org

ncaa clearinghouse

Any student that is going to participate in a college athletic program under the guidance of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) is responsible to register with NCAA (www.ncaa.org) and complete all high school coursework needed to satisfy the NCAA’s requirements. All questions should be directed to the head coach of the related sport and/or the site athletic director.

NCAA Clearinghouse
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Step 3: Review Course Description Guide and Course List (back of enrollment form)Determine core classes & elective classes for next yearNew this year:All Course Descriptions are on the MHS Website!

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Step 4: Complete Enrollment Form Select Core ClassesLanguage Arts English 4, AP English 4 orEnglish Comp.1 &2 *concurrent enrollment optionHistoryGovernment *concurrent enrollment optionScienceChemistry, Botany/Zoology, Astronomy, Geology, Forensics MathAlgebra 2, Pre Calculus/Trig, Calculus orCollege Algebra *concurrent enrollment option

step 4 enrollment form

List elective classes by order of importance:

  • Theatre
  • Spanish II
  • Art
  • Woodworking
  • Archery & Fishing
  • Sewing I
  • Sewing IIChoose all electives wisely!

If not enough electives selected your counselor will pick for you

Step 4: Enrollment Form
new courses offered next year

Mock Trial

  • History of the Bible
  • Archery & Fishing
  • Stagecraft
  • Sports & Entertainment Marketing
  • AP Human Geography
  • AP Art History
New Courses offered next year
applications for the following are available in the counseling office

Canadian Valley Technology Center

  • Concurrent Enrollment
  • Service Learning
  • Office/Teacher Aides
  • Professional Internship
Applications for the following are available in the counseling office:
canadian valley technology center cvtc

CVTC interviews Feb.12 & 13.

  • Mark the classes you wish to drop if you enroll in CVTC.
  • We will make the changes when we get the final list from CVTC.
  • Students notified by letter after spring break.
Canadian Valley Technology Center(CVTC)
courses with off campus options visit with your counselor to learn more about these options

Canadian Valley Technology Center- ½ Day at CVTC

  • Business Management- Students earn work study credits and have afternoon to go to job. Marketing Fundamentals Jr yr is pre-req.
  • Service Learning- Students work at elementary school sites
  • Professional Internship- Students complete internship in area of future career interest.
  • Concurrent Classes- Students take college classes, tuition is free!! Flexible Schedule, ACT score of 19
Courses with off campus optionsVisit with your counselor to learn more about these options
course options for senior year concurrent options

Must have qualifying ACT score of 19-Composite & Subject Area

  • English Comp. 1 & 2- Students may enroll and must earn credit in college English Comp. 1 & 2 to replace English 4
  • Government- Students may enroll and must earn credit in college American Government to replace high school government requirement.
  • College Algebra- Students may enroll and must earn credit in College Algebra to replace needed high school math requirement.

Please see your counselor for more details and to make a plan!

Course Options for Senior Yearconcurrent options
why take the act

The ACT is accepted by all 4-year colleges and universities in the United States.

  • The ACT multiple-choice tests are based on what you're learning.
  • There are many ways to prepare for the ACT.
  • The ACT helps you plan for your future.
  • The ACT helps colleges find you.
  • Your ACT score is based only on what you know.
  • You choose which scores you send to colleges.
  • Optional Writing Test.
Why take the ACT?
act prep workshops

Cargill Consulting- yearly at MHS

  • Mrs. Bowman’s Math Review
  • ACT website www.actstudent.orgFREE
  • www.March2Success.com FREE
  • Do your research!!
ACT Prep Workshops
check out okcollegestart org

OKcollegestart.org includes the following features:

  • Explore Colleges and Careers
    • Discover the colleges and universities in the state.
    • Determine the careers that best match your skills and interests.
    • Match schools with your career interests.
  • Plan and Pay for College
    • See which high school classes are needed to meet admission requirements.
    • Learn about ways to pay for college.
    • Apply online for Oklahoma's Promise — OHLAP.
    • Create a personal portfolio to track your college planning.
  • Apply to College
    • Gather information about the admission requirements at all Oklahoma colleges and universities.
    • Apply online to most of the colleges and universities in Oklahoma.
Check out : Okcollegestart.org
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Enrollment Packet Due by Friday, February 21thTurn in packet to your English teacher Individual Junior MeetingsMonday, Feb. 24thCicoriaTuesday, Feb. 25 LewellenWednesday, Feb. 26 NeitzelThursday, Feb. 27 Jardine Friday, Feb. 28thHix ,Merchant & Falkner

enrollment form due by friday february 21 st
Enrollment Form Due by Friday, February 21st

Turn in form to your English teacher