Junior Class Information
Class Advisors: Mr. Reed, Ms. Reardon, Ms. Krumpelman, Mr. Wermeling
Academic Advisors: Ms. Meeks
Junior Class Officers:
Junior Class President:
Junior Vice President:
Junior Class Treasurer:
Junior Class Secretary:
Girls State - Scholarships offered by American Legion
Boys State - Scholarships offered by American Legion
Click here to view information on a summer program offered by Lipscomb University
Click here for the scholarship application American Jewish Committee Scholarship
Click here to view information on a summer program offered by Ohio University
Click here to view information on a summer program offered by Xavier University
Prestige Parent Letter
ACT Prep Information
Act prep sessions for juniors have begun. These sessions do not guarantee you a 36 on the ACT, but will familiarize students with the format and "quirks" of the test. There is no charge, so you will definitely get your money's worth. Each group will meet every other day during homeroom from December until earlyMarch the last day of school before the spring ACT is offered. We will also have at least one practice test (Sunday, Feb. 9)
Important Note- Except for math sessions, the ACT Prep groups will have 50 or more students in them, all packed into one classroom, so a certain degree of cooperation will be required and expected. Students should commit themselves to these sessions as to a regular class. They should be on time, avoid conflicting activities, and be prepared to pay attention. Those who prefer to eat, drink, sleep, text, play cards, gossip, daydream, or vegetate should just remain in homeroon and enjoy themselves. Those who are chronically missing, late, or inattentive will be dismissed and will receive a full refund!
Here are some pictures from the Junior Ring Ceremony.
Prestige Portraits by Lifetouch
Students must be photographed by October 15, 2013
Selection for yearbook and composite must be chosen by November 3, 2014
Class Yearbook/Composite Requirements:
Girls: Dressy Top
Guys: Shirt and Tie
An ACT Prep Course isoffered here at school during enrichment class.
College Application Time Table for Juniors
- Juniors are reminded that Mr. McDonough will be conducting ACT Prep sessions after the 1st of the year - all juniors planning on taking the ACT are strongly encouraged to attend .
- Meet with college admissions representatives who visit during lunchtime.
- Explore various colleges through their web site or stop by Ms. Listerman's office for info.
- Attend the College Fairs
- Colleges and scholarship programs are interested in students who have outside activities such as volunteer work, church and/or community involvement, sports, clubs, and part-time employment. Be a leader in a group or for a project! Participate in something.
- Register to take the ACT test at least once in your junior year.
- Look for information on careers that may interest you logon to the Occupational Handbook at www.bls.gov/oco/home.htm
- Maintain your grades!
- Make an appointment with your school counselor to discuss college and career plans.
- Keep your resume' current recording yearly activities, awards, volunteer efforts, and employment.
- Contact the admissions office at colleges you are considering. Visit college campuses and make appointments with a professor in the department which interests you, an admissions representative, and a financial aid officer.
- Register for AP Exams by March / tests are given in May.
- Seriously consider what courses you will want to take in your senior year.
- Register for the ACT test. Students should take the test at least once in the spring of their junior year and again in the fall of the senior year.
- Maintain your grades, it will pay off in your senior year when you apply for scholarships. KEES funds are also based on your GPA and ACT scores.
- Apply for a summer job-you'll need that money in college.
- Take the time to put some service hours into something you enjoy