Important News

AP Exam Registration begins November 12, 2018. Click here for more information.

Click to view the slides from the Weighted GPA Discussion held on November  9, 2018.

Grade-Specific News

Please visit the College Fairs and Events page for info on upcoming activities.


Applying to college: During the first rotation of Guidance Seminar 12, students will receive information on how to activate their college applications. Prior to activating college applications in Naviance, they are required to retrieve their Transcript Request Form/Transcript from Mrs. Wadsworth after September 17th. Counselors will start accepting completed and signed Transcript Request Forms on September 21st. For more detailed information regarding the application process, please refer to our Application Checklist found here. Students MUST notify counselors at least one month in advance of application deadlines. Any students with a college deadline before October 15th should have a conversation with their counselor as soon as possible.

Admissions representatives from various colleges/universities will be visiting the high school in the upcoming months starting this week. Please be sure to check Naviance for times and dates! Remember, you will need permission from your teacher three days in advance in order to attend. If you have a free block, you are welcome to join. Please RSVP through your Naviance Student portal so that we know you are attending. If you are unable to attend but would like to receive information, please notify Mrs. Wadsworth.


If you took the PSAT in October, you should receive an email from College Board on 12/11/18 with information about retrieving your PSAT scores. Once you log in, you’ll have access to an informational video about understanding the score report, free online SAT prep through Khan Academy, and other resources.

Please see your counselor if you took the Practice ACT last spring, as we can compare the tests with you. Also stop by if you do not receive the College Board email or have trouble accessing the scores. Counselors are available to answer questions about the score report, National Merit, or planning for taking SATs and/or ACTs.