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16100 E. Smoky Hill Rd.
Aurora, CO 80015
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REMINDER:  AP Exams are May 7-18, 2012 

Keep track of all SCHOLARSHIPS offered and report them to Mrs. Connally in Post Grad.
FINAL TRANSCRIPTS:  How do colleges/universities receive final transcripts?  As part of the senior checkout process, students are required to “clear” through the Post Grad Center.  At that time, they will complete a senior survey on Naviance stating where the final transcript is to be sent.  Final transcripts will be mailed out as soon as available, usually mid June.
  • Avoid senioritis! An acceptance letter doesn't mean you can stop working.
  • Most schools have a deposit deadline of May 1st. Don't be late! If needed, you may be able to request an extension.
  • Prepare for and take any appropriate AP exams. Most colleges offer course credit for high AP scores; this gives you more academic options when you get to college.
  • Complete exit surveys in Naviance. Your final transcript will be sent to the college you designate in this survey.
  • Send thank you letters to everyone who helped you in the application process. Let your mentors and recommenders know the results of your college search.
  • Keep on top of procuring student loans. Notify your college if you receive any scholarships.
  • Make sure you have signed the senior window in Post Grad.
  • Graduate. Congratulations!
If you have not scheduled your junior conference with your counselor, please do so as soon as possible.  Counselors meet with juniors to do a graduation credit check, preparation for senior year in high school and to discuss post high school planning.
The June 9th test is a good time to re-take your ACT.  Registration deadline is May 4th and late registration is May5 – 18th.

SHHS CODE:  060-452

ACT (register online at

Test Dates        Registration Deadline             Late Deadline
June 9, 2012      May 4, 2012                             May 18, 2012

SAT (register online at

Test Dates        Registration Deadline        Late Deadline
May 5, 2012         April 6, 2012                       April 20, 2012
June 2, 2012        May 8, 2012                       May 22, 2012

Exam Schedule

Morning–7:30 a.m. 


Afternoon–11:30 a.m.

Mon., May 7
​Environmental Science
Tues., May 8 ​Computer Science A
​Spanish Language Art History
Wed., May 9 ​Calculus AB
​Calculus BC
Thurs., May 10​ ​English Literature
Fri., May 11 ​United States History European History
Mon., May 14 ​Biology
​Music Theory Physics B
​Physics C:
​Mechanics Physics C: Electricity
& Magnetism
Tues., May 15
Government & Politics: U.S.
Wed., May 16 English Language
Thurs., May 17 Macroeconomics
World History
Fri., May 18 Human Geography
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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