College and Career Center
The College and Career Center provides resources to help students plan for college and career, including researching colleges, college applications, financial aid, scholarships, SAT/ACT testing and more. Check the Important Links section on the right side of this page for helpful information. Contact: Linda Norris, College and Career Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org
College Planning for Juniors
Now is the time for juniors to consider their college plans, research schools on line and get ready to complete/submit applications in the fall. Based on questions asked in a recent survey, the handout below provides answers and resources to help students take the necessary steps to be ready. Questions like: When do I apply for college? How many should I apply to? How do I apply for financial aid? What's going on with SAT and ACT testing?
In addition, juniors received a packet in November (in US History classes) that has additional information - also available here.
Volunteer - help our school and community
Being a volunteer allows you to help those in need and to experience personal growth. There are so many different ways to perform community service, but it's up to you to find what you enjoy. The attached document may help you identify ways to volunteer. It's a little trickier now that many organizations are closed (or limiting volunteers) because of COVID 19, but get creative and find ways to be a "virtual" volunteer. Remember, you must work with your guidance counselor to get projects approved before you start and also to document your hours. Those forms are on the Guidance page of the MHS website.
Important Upcoming Events
Planning for the 2020-2021 school year has begun. Tentative fall dates:
College Information Night for Seniors - Sept. 3rd
MHS College Fair - Sept. 22nd
Financial Aid Information Night - Oct. 1st
DUE TO THE UNCERTAINTY OF THE COVID 19 VIRUS AND RESTRICTIONS ON GROUP INTERACTION, THESE EVENTS MAY BE POSTPONED OR CANCELED.