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16100 E. Smoky Hill Rd.
Aurora, CO 80015
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REMINDER:  AP Exams are May 4-15. 


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 they are 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 13th test is a good time to re take your ACT.  Registration deadline is May 8th and late registration is May 9 – 22nd.

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ACT – go to to register

CEEB code for Smoky Hill 060-452




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CEEB code for Smoky Hill 060-452

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AP Exams:

Test Date                        Registration

May 4–15, 2015    

$91.00 per exam

Available on October 1, 2014

WEEK 1​7:30 A.M.​11:30 A.M.
Monday, May 4​Chemistry​Psychology
​Environmental Science
Tuesday, May 5Calc AB
Calc BC
Wednesday, May 6English Literature
Thursday, May 7​Spanish LanguageArt Histroy
Friday, May 8US HistoryEuropean History
Week 2​7:30 A.M.11:30 A.M.2:00 P.M.
Monday, May 11​BiologyPhysics C: MechanicsPhysics C: Electricity
Tuesday, May 12US Government & Politics
​French Language
Wednesday, May 13English LanguageStatistics
Thursday, May 14World HistoryMacroeconomics
Friday, May 16Human Geography
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