11th Grade Junior

     Candle Light

    Junior Candle Light Ceremony

    Held after the Seniors last day of school every year, the Junior Candle Light Ceremony is the most memorable event for juniors. In a Candlelight Ceremony, junior students become the upper classmen on campus for the next school year. 
    11th Grade Junior "To Do" List

    We Are College Ready!

    ·        Review your graduation plan.

    ·        Take the PSAT in October.

    ·        Plan to participate in leadership and extracurricular activities.

    ·        Attend the Career/College Fairs at local community colleges.

    ·        Take AP exams, if appropriate.

    ·        Re-think, re-check you four-year high school graduation plan with parent/guardian and counselor.

    ·        Take the SAT I, SAT II and/or ACT (college admissions tests) in the spring. Take preparation class, if needed.

    ·        Link to SAT test dates:


    ·        Link to ACT test dates:http://www.actstudent.org/regist/currentdates.html

    ·        Read college catalogues; write to colleges for information. Attend scheduled college admissions conferences or college fairs. Visit college campuses, while in session.

    ·        Be practical! Look at your top five college choices and ask: Do I qualify? Can I afford the school? Do I need to schedule an interview? Have I talked with students who now attend the college? Does the school offer my major? Does the school's housing meet my needs? Does the social life fit my style? Have I seen the campus? What are the summer opportunities regarding honors programs, work, study, etc.?

    ·        Begin reviewing scholarships.

    ·        Attend summer school if you need to raise a grade. Get a headstart--earn degree credits at the community college.


  •  See your counselor TODAY to join a club or organization!

    Get Involved

    Joining a club is a great way to make friends, develop leadership skills and boost your resumé.