Post high school planning is a process which begins with appropriate freshman course selection and making the transition from 8th grade to high school. This lays the essential groundwork for the ultimate goal of college planning. Through the exploration of their interests and talents students begin to chart their individual futures. Counselors assist throughout this four year planning process by educating students about the importance of grades, ACT/SAT test scores and other factors that impact college admission. Students are prepared to meet the demands of college and the real world.
Your student's counselor can assist with:
- High School graduation requirements and appropriate course selection
- College entrance requirements
- NCAA athletic eligibility requirements
- Practice ACT (All School Testing in Oct.)
- ACT Prep Class (January-March)
- College Applications
- Transcript Requests
- Letters of Recommendation
ACT Test Dates
For St. Joseph High School students only:
October 10, 2020
October 24, 2020
December 12, 2020
February 6, 2021
April 17, 2021
June 12, 2021
July 17, 2021
Where to start!? Scholarships are all over the place actually! Many corporations and organizations around the country have scholarship programs.
For scholarship search tools and a list of some scholarships. click here.
High School Transcripts
Your high school transcripts is the academic record of your grades and other information pertaining to your academic performance while in high school.
Colleges and universities (and other institutions) often need an official transcript, meaning it must be sent directly to that school from St. Joseph High School.
To send out an official transcript, you must first complete a form: