Senior Success Day 2019
*If you would like to register for ONSITE ADMISSIONS you will do so by logging into your LPS student email then use the following link:
Schoolcraft College Night
Tuesday, Oct. 1st, 6-8pm
18600 Haggerty Road
Schoolcraft College Night provides an opportunity for high school students and their parents to meet with representatives from over 80 colleges and universities—large/small, urban/suburban, public/private, in-state/out-of-state, etc. in order to explore college options. This community service event provides a unique experience for high school & Schoolcraft students intending to transfer to complete a bachelors degree. The open house format allows participants to drop in at any time during the event.
In addition, representatives from the Michigan Department of Treasury – Student Financial Services Bureau, together with the Schoolcraft College Student Financial Services Department, will be on hand to provide information and answer questions.
The Michigan Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers’ (MACRAO) is offering an optional online registration process that streamlines the data collection process for sanctioned events—including Schoolcraft College Night 2018. Each student attending the fair will have the opportunity to provide more detailed information including interests, extra-curricular activities, and special accomplishments.
For more information and to see a complete list of schools who committed to attend, please visit: https://www.schoolcraft.edu/collegenight
Some tips for the Common Application, SENDedu and Letters of Recommendation
- If applying to schools via Common App or SENDedu, students must "invite" their counselor to view the application no later than OCTOBER 1st IF the November 1st deadline is to be met. Students- do not wait to invite your counselor and/or teacher. The RECOMMENDER section is where you invite your counselor and/or teacher. Please make sure that you are using the CORRECT email address.
- Letters of Recommendation: Most applications do not require a letter of recommendation, however, if you are requesting one- please follow these guidelines: Make sure the FERPA box is checked on your Common Application to ensure the integrity of your recommendation. Be advised that a letter of recommendation can take up to 5 weeks to complete, so don't wait until the last minute! Provide your recommender with the Letter of Recommendation Assistant PRIOR to asking for the letter. Be courteous and plan ahead.
Catholic College Night
Thursday, Nov. 7th, 6-8pm
36600 Schoolcraft Road
Hot off the Presses!
National Honor Society tutors will be available every Thursday during lunch in the Counseling office. Use this opportunity to catch up on homework, get organized or help prepare for that upcoming test/quiz! Lunchtime Tutoring will begin on Thursday, September 26th.
After School help (formerly known as Homework Club) is offered on Thursdays after school in room B-30. Look for informational sheets in your math classes. This will begin on October 3rd.
SHED (Science After School Help) will be available in room A-21 on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 2:30-3:00. Please see your teacher for when this option is starting.
Stay after school with your teacher. What could be better than receiving some individualized help and support? Talk to you teachers! Set up a time that works for you both. Get that extra support that you need.
Looking for an outside tutor? LPS has a district approved tutor list for reference.
Please keep in mind that the tutors set their own rates.
CREDITS? I thought those were just the names at the end of a movie.....
Freshman status= 0-4.5 credits
Sophomore status= 5-10.5 credits
Junior status= 11-16.5 credits
Senior status=17-23 credits
Stevenson Graduate (HOORAY!)= 23 plus credits
If you have any questions about your credits, if you believe your credits are not accurate or you need options to recover credits, please see your counselor as soon as possible.