If LCC is on your list of potential colleges, you’ll need to take the Lane Placement Exams in Reading/Writing and Math before you can enroll in classes. Mrs. Lesh will give these tests HERE at WHS beginning on
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 during Wolverine Hour. (Sign up to take the tests on the LCC list which is posted next to the Testing Room door.) Note: You will need your L# to take the actual exams in January.
THIS IS THE BEST PRACTICE! Direct from College Board, you can access the FREE ACCUPLACER App from your computer, tablet, or smart phone:
https://accuplacerpractice.collegeboard.org Be sure to choose the “Classic” test option. Continue reading
Due to the possibility of a late-start or no-school day because of inclement weather, if we have anything other than our usual Wednesday “Wolverine” schedule, tomorrow’s field trip to OSU (February 21, 2018) will be postponed to a future date, to be announced.
What: over 1000 awards, including FULL scholarships to Ivy League Summer Programs
Open To: juniors
Criteria: strong academic achievement; annual family income of less than $60,000
Deadline: March 21, 2018
For More Info: https://www.questbridge.org/high-school-students/college-prep-scholars and look under “High School Students” then “College Prep Scholarships” for the online application and FAQs.
The UO Bridges Program will hold a “Shadow Day” on Thursday, March 1, 2018. Shadow Day will give high school students the opportunity to attend a class with a University of Oregon student, receive a tour and have lunch with UO students. Shadow Day aims to encourage students from traditionally underrepresented groups (first generation, ethnically diverse, learning differences or qualify for free/reduced lunch) to pursue a goal of higher education. See Mrs. W for more info and for the reservation card. If we have five or more students participating in Shadow Day, Mrs. W will provide a bus transportation.
The UO Bridges Program was created by the UO multicultural staff to encourage and support students from traditionally underrepresented populations in reaching their post-secondary education and career goals by hosting workshop, events and other programs to inform students of the resources available to them. Bridges also offers essay help for scholarships, as well as general assistance and information every Friday from 2:30-4:00PM in the Multicultural center, room 204 int he EMU.
CBYX Scholarship — this opportunity is to study in Germany, and is almost a 100% paid for scholarship (students are responsible for airfare to D.C.) and spending money. It is one full school year. Students do not need to know German to apply, but need to be interested and willing to learn it. 250 students from the USA will be awarded this scholarship.
Walter Danielson Scholarship — This need-based scholarship includes 100% of costs, including spending money and airfare to the country of a student’s choosing.
Learn more at www.asse.com. You may also contact Evi Zillmer, 1-949-494-4100 ext 220 for more information, and for assistance with the process and applications.
Deadline for scholarships: March 1, 2018
What: $4,000, $1,000, or $500
Criteria: apply online
Deadline: April 22, 2018
Apply online at http://www.student-view.com/
Open To: seniors
Criteria: academic record, character, knowledge of PTA; attend a PUBLIC college or university, major in Education with intention of becoming a primary or secondary teacher in Oregon.
Deadline: March 30, 2018
Applications are available for download on-line.
2018 Teacher Education Scholarship Application and Information
What: $1,500 renewable for a total of $6000!
Open To: seniors
Criteria: major/career in forest resource reproduction; GPA; SAT/ACT; essay — NOT Need Based
Deadline: April 1, 2018
CLICK HERE for more information.
CLICK HERE for the application packet
This is a local scholarship!
(You have a good chance of winning this one!)
What: $2000 — renewable!!!!!
Open To: Seniors graduating from Crow, ECCO, Elmira, Harrisburg, Junction City, Kalapuya, Monroe, North Eugene, Triangle Lake, and Willamette NOTE: Each school chooses their candidates to forward to the Airport Rotary Committee. You MUST submit your application directly to your high school college & career advisor/counselor. Willamette students turn your application in to Mrs. W.
Criteria: attend an Oregon university, college, or trade school; financial aid; NOT a relative of a Rotary member.
COME TO THE COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER TO PICK UP THE APPLICATION PACKET. Submit your application to Mrs. W by 3:30 pm on Friday, MARCH 16, 2018.
What? English Classes (intended for those whose native language is not English)
When? April 2 – June 15, 2018
Where? LCC Main & Downtown Campuses
Low cost, with bus pass included!
For more information, click HERE.
¿Qué? Ingles Como Segundo Idioma Clases
¿Cuándo? 2 de abril – 15 de junio
¿Donde? Campus Principal e Downtown Campus
Clases a bajo costo! Incluye pase de autobus!
Haga clic aquí para obtener más información.