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The class of 2015 should be working on the college admissions process and post high school planning.  Seniors should be meeting with their counselors to discuss graduation credit progress and post-graduation plans.  Students should remember to continue to check Naviance for college visit schedules, scholarship information, dates and events. 

Juniors received the practice ACT results in October and can now begin reviewing and preparing for the state ACT in April.  All students have access to the Method Test program, which is a complete online test review and lesson course for either the ACT or SAT.  The link for Method Test Prep is on the Naviance homepage for each student.  There is no cost to the student to use Method Test Prep.  If you have questions about your practice test scores or test review, please see your counselor. 

Sophomores will continue to work on career and college readiness by completing their ICAP—Individual Career and Academic Plans.  The tasks are found in Naviance under the MyPlanner tab.  All students will complete their ICAP prior to graduation.  Counselors are available to meet with students for any assistance. 

Counselors will return to FAST classes in November to help students complete their academic plan and set goals for high school and post-secondary.  These tasks are part of the ICAP plan that freshmen begin during first semester of freshmen year and continue throughout high school.

Parents, please note the new alphabetical distribution when contacting your child's counselor:

​A - Com​DiMatteo
​Con - Hi​Rudolph
​A-K  IB​Kleve
​L-Z   IB​Kennedy




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