Oakland Tech Senior Newsletter
Class of 2020
Beat the Rush Order Cap and Gowns Now
NO DROP IN APPOINTMENTS THIS WEEK
Before School: By Appointments Only
1st - 3rd Periods - By Appointments ONLY
Lunch - By Appoinments Only
4th Period - Counselor Lunch Break
5th - 6th Periods - By Appointments ONLY
After school: By Appointments Only
*CHECK YOUR AERIES ACCOUNT FOR SCHEDULE UPDATES
Susheela Moonsamy 10-12
Counseling: Last name A-E
Room 110Work Phone:450-5400 Ext 110
Amy Martinez 10-12
Counseling, Last Name: F - Liang
Jacqueline Johnson 10-12Counseling: Last Name: R-Z
Room 114Work Phone:450-5400 Ext 114
Emily Schoenhofer 10-12
Counseling: Last Name: Liao - Q
Work Email: email@example.com
Senior To Do List
- Complete FAFSA ( Oct. 1st-March 2nd)
- Go on college visits
- Finalize college list
- Attend College Nights/ Fairs etc.
- Register for SAT/ACT
- Complete college applications prior to deadline
- Work on PIQ's, Personal Statements and EOP questions
- Ask for letters or recommendations early
- Be a leader on campus in clubs, sports and service projects
- Keep track of deadlines
- Complete a transcript evaluation with school counselor
- Have a professional email
- Hunt for scholarships
- Make your final decision
- Verify financial aid
- Prepare for AP Exams
- Successfully complete senior year with a "C" or better
- Participate in Senior activities
- Send official transcripts
- Apply for student housing
- Attend Orientation
- HAVE FUN
College And Career Center
Oakland Tech’s College & Career Center (CCC) provides guidance, support and inspiration to Tech students as they explore college and career journeys after high school. Located in the newly refurbished Room 16 on Tech’s lower level, the CCC is open five days a week to students on a drop-in basis or by appointment. All Bulldogs are encouraged take advantage of this terrific resource.
AP Exam Schedule
Earn your GED with Oakland Adult and Career Education You can Create the Future you Want!
- GED is considered equivalent to a high school diploma and is recognized by all States and internationally.
- Students may begin at a Community College with a GED.
- Students can apply for financial aid with a GED.
- 97% of companies accept the GED for employment.
- Students earn the GED by passing 4 tests: (Math, Reading Language Arts, Science and Social Studies).
- Students can take the test in English or Spanish
- The military accepts the GED. The student also has 15 college credits.
Year Up is a one-year, intensive training program that provides talented and motivated, yet under-served young adults, ages 18-24, with a combination of hands-on skills development, coursework eligible for college credit, corporate internships, and wraparound support.
CHALLENGING STUDENTS TO REACH THEIR POTENTIAL.
Our program emphasizes academic and professional rigor, setting expectations high for the quality of work and professional behavior. A strong structure guides students through the steps necessary for achieving success in the classroom and the workplace.
THE HIGH SUPPORT, HIGH EXPECTATION MODEL.
Our approach focuses on students’ professional and personal development to help them achieve economic self-sufficiency.
For the first six months of the program, students develop technical and professional skills in the classroom. Students then apply those skills during the second six months on an internship at one of Year Up’s corporate partners. Students take coursework eligible for college credit, earn an educational stipend, and are supported by staff advisors, professional mentors, dedicated social services staff, and a powerful network of community-based partner
Exercise Your Right: 16 & 17 Year Olds Can Now Pre-Register Online to Vote
In California, eligible 16 and 17 year olds can now pre-register online to vote and then automatically become active voters once they turn 18 — strengthening our democracy by helping to choose the people who will lead us and by voicing their opinions on issues that affect the future of our communities, state and union. We strongly encourage our eligible Bulldog students and families to register now and to exercise their right to be heard.
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