Junior Important Things To Do
- Check your schedule to make sure you are taking every class you need for the diploma you are seeking. Visit your guidance counselor immediately if your schedule is incorrect.
- Meet with college admissions and military representatives who visit NHS during lunch.
- Take 3 College/Career/Military visits each semester. Stop by the Guidance Office or click here to get your College, Career, and Military Visit Form.
- Attend the NHS College/Career/Military Night in September.
- Visit the Guidance Website to investigate college and career planning opportunities.
- Take the PSAT or ASVAB at NHS.
- Take the SAT and ACT -- starting in January. NHS offers the SAT in January and May. NHS offers the ACT in February. See "Important Dates for Seniors" below. Register for the SAT at www.sat.collegeboard.org Register for the ACT at www.actstudent.org
- Attend the NHS Financial Aid Night in January with your parents to begin understanding the financial aid process for next year.
- Register for the NCAA clearinghouse if you are a prospective Division I or Division II athlete at www.eligibilitycenter.org. Registration is mandatory!
- Review your next year’s schedule.
- Attend all AP/ACP and other course meetings announced by your teachers. Listen to announcements.
- Visit the scholarship page on the Guidance website weekly. Follow @Miller_Guidance on Twitter and listen to the daily announcements.
- If possible, seek out summer opportunities that allow you to explore your next steps and career goals (e.g. visit college campuses, talk with military representatives, summer jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities).
Below are the Power Point slides from the Junior Parent Meeting on Sept. 27th.