Attention Juniors: remember Wednesday, April 5 is SAT day. Bring in 2 #2 pencils, an approved calculator, and your school ID or driver's license. A list of approved calculators can be found here: collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/taking-the-test/calculator-policy
Remember to leave your phone at home. Having your phone could lead to your scores being canceled and your phone confiscated.
Good luck to everyone taking the test that day!
Official SAT test prep can be found on khanacademy.org
Test day checklist, what to bring and what not to bring: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/taking-the-test/test-day-checklist
Slideshow from junior presentation:
Information regarding opting out of the SAT can be found here:
There are many scholarships available to students through NHCF. To find out more, and apply, visit their website:
Sophomores who are interested in applying to get into MST as a junior must fill out an application and return it to their counselor by 2/24. Applications can be found in guidance, or online here:
Many scholarships are available at NH Charitable Foundation's website. There are scholarships available for students planning on attending 4 or 2 year schools, and some certificate programs. Follow the link below to get more information:
Go to the following website to get information on upcoming college fairs:
Juniors and their families can register for the upcoming Destination College event on 3/17 at Plymouth State University.
Follow the link below for more information.
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