Phone: 720-886-5300

16100 E. Smoky Hill Rd.
Aurora, CO 80015
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  • Keep track of all acceptances, rejections, and waitlists.
  • If waitlisted, move ahead with other plans. You can always change your plans if you get off a waitlist.
  • Keep your grades up.
  • If you have ruled out any colleges that accepted you, notify them. This is a courtesy to other applicants, and it will help the colleges manage their waitlists and extend the correct number of acceptance letters.
  • Go to accepted student open houses if offered.
  • Choose the college you wish to attend and let Post Grad know!
  • Continue working on scholarships.  Scholarship information is available on Naviance.  Please keep a list of all scholarships offered to you.
As you receive decisions from colleges, please share your news with us!  When you have made your college decision don’t forget to sign the senior window in Post Grad.
If you have not scheduled your junior conference with your counselor, please do so as soon as possible.  Parents are encouraged to attend.  Counselors meet with juniors to do a graduation credit check, prepare for senior year in high school, and to discuss post high school planning.
Make plans now to attend the RMACAC Denver Spring College Fair at the University of Denver, Ritchie Center on Sunday, April 14, 2013, 1 – 3:30 p.m.
The Colorado State ACT test will be administered on April 23th, 2013.  Juniors will register in their English class.
SHHS CODE:  060-452
ACT (register online at
Test Dates         Registration Deadline              Late Deadline
*April 13, 2013         March 8, 2013                                     March 22, 2013
*June 8, 2013            May 3, 2013                                        May 17, 2013
Beginning in the upcoming 2012-2013 testing year, ACT is implementing additional enhancements to safeguard a level playing field for all test takers and help ensure the integrity of ACT score results.
Enhancements include:
  • Students will be required to provide their gender and a photo of themselves when they register.
  • Students will be required to provide their high school when they register.
  • Types of acceptable IDs have been reduced and all require a photo.
  • On test day, test center staff will match the name and photo on the student’s ticket, the examinee roster, and the student’s photo ID to the examinee who arrives to take the test before granting him or her admission. If students do not bring both their ticket and acceptable photo ID on test day, they will not be admitted to test.
  • Students (including those who hope to test on a standby basis) will be required to register their intent to test and will not be allowed to make any test center or test date changes the day of the test.
More details on ACT’s test security and identification enhancements, including FAQs and links to important resources, can be found at
SAT (register online at
Test Dates         Registration Deadline              Late Deadline
May 4, 2013                            April 5, 2013                           April 19, 2013
June 1, 2013                            May 2, 2013                            May 17, 2013
This fall, the College Board will introduce important changes to help ensure everyone has a fair chance on test day. 
Effective with the October 2012 test:
  • You will be prompted to provide an acceptable photo during registration.  The photo will appear on your Admission Ticket.
  • You must present your Admission Ticket with your acceptable photo ID to enter your test center.  NO TICKET, NO ID, NO ADMISSION!
  • Standby test-takers will not be admitted.  (Online requests for waitlist status may be possible until about 5 days before the test).
  • Changes to test center, test date or test type will not be permitted on test day.  They will have to be submitted about 2 weeks prior to test day.
Effective with the March 2013 test:
  • You will be required to provide a photo in order to register for the SAT and SAT Subject Tests.
More details on this subject are available at
 AP Exam Schedule
Morning–7:30 a.m. Afternoon–11:30 a.m.
Mon., May 6
Environmental Science
Tues., May 7
Computer Science A
Spanish Language
Art History
Wed., May 8
Calculus AB
Calculus BC
Thurs., May 9 English Literature
Fri., May 10 English Language Statistics
Mon., May 13
​Physics B
Physics C:


Physics C: Electricity
& Magnetism
Tues., May 14
Government & Politics:  U.S.
Wed., May 15 United States History European History
Thurs., May 16
World History
Fri., May 17 Human Geography
If you did not attend a bubbling session you need to contact Post Grad right away.  Bubbling is MANDATORY in order to take an AP exam.
Listed below is the bubbling schedule:
April 10th the first part of periods 2 & 3, also the first part of lunch 2
April 11th the first part of periods 1, 2 & 4
April 12th the first part of periods 1, 3, also the first part of lunch 2 and period 4
You should bring the following items to the exam room:
  • Several sharpened No. 2 pencils (with erasers) for completing multiple-choice answer sheets
  • Pens with black or dark blue ink for completing areas on the exam booklet covers and for free-response questions in most exams
  • Up to two calculators with the necessary capabilities if you are taking an AP Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, or Statistics Exam. (Visit to learn more about the calculator policy for each of these exams, and for a list of authorized calculators.)
  • A ruler or straightedge if you are taking an AP Physics Exam
Cell phones are not allowed.
You are required to arrive no later than 30 minutes prior to your exam: 7:00 a.m. for the morning administration and 11:00 a.m. for the afternoon administration. Students may not be dismissed until an exam has officially ended; do not ask to leave early if you finish before the end of the exam. If you play a sport or have a job, it is your responsibility to inform your coach or employer of your AP Exam obligation, and arrangements should be made accordingly.
Get a good night’s rest before your exam, and eat a nutritious breakfast. You are allowed to bring a snack and beverage for your 10 minute break. However, food and drink are prohibited in the exam room.
You are required to abide by the policies of both the College Board and Smoky Hill during the exam period. Any misconduct will be reported and could jeopardize your AP Exam score.
Keep checking your email for any spring college visits, scholarships and other important messages from Post Grad.
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