Hello GRC Family and Community!

As your Guidance Department, we would like to introduce ourselves. We look forward to working alongside you to ensure that your child will have the best high school experience. Throughout the year

we will collaborate with your child’s teachers to help find your child's appropriate educational paths and ensure he or she is

college and career ready.

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HELPFUL DOWNLOADS

 

CAP & GOWN ORDER FORM

 

FAFSA LINKS

 

FAFSA COMPLETION GUIDE

GRAD REQUIREMENTS

Through Class of 2022

Beginning with Class of 2023

HELPFUL WEBSITES

 

ACT

AP Exam Dates

2020 test administration

AP REGISTRATION INFORMATION

College Board

AP/SAT administration

 

Explaining Financial Aid

College Board

FAFSA - Federal Student Aid

GSA

Governor's School for the Arts

GSE

Governor's School for Entrepreneurs

GSP

Governor's Scholar Program

KHEAA

KEES money and scholarships

9th Grade

Ashley Childers

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11th Grade

Jennifer Mink

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10th Grade

Ryan Daniel

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12th Grade

Mickey Little

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Applications are being accepted for the Governor's School for Entrepreneurs.

Cap & Gown payment of $55 is due Friday, Dec. 13. The fee goes up to $70 after that date. Download form here.

 

Not completed your FAFSA yet? Need assistance in completing it? A FAFSA Lab will take place from 1-4 p.m. on Dec. 12 in the library. No appointment necessary. Bring in a parent/guardian and 2018 tax papers and we will assist you in doing the rest. 

 

Attending BCTC?  Did you know there are thousands of dollars of unclaimed money specifically for Clark County students?  We will meet and actually apply for scholarships for BCTC on Dec. 12 in the library from 1-4 p.m.  Let Mr. Little know if you plan to attend.

My Life, My Quit is a free service aimed at helping teens quit vaping, smoking, and using other tobacco products. Teenagers who want to stop using these products can text or call the toll-free My Life, My Quit number: 1-855-891-9989. They will then be connected to a “quit coach” who will provide, free, confidential, real-time support. Each teen can get five sessions of personalized support through live texting, phone, or online chat. The goal of the My Life, My Quit coaching sessions is for the teen to build a plan to quit tobacco. The quit coach will help them develop strategies to cope with stress, address symptoms of withdrawal, and navigate social situations.

Seniors age 18 and over: Jobs are temporary and local and will likely be finished before students move away for college. Pay starts at $14/hour with an additional tax-free mileage reimbursement of $.58/mile. Applicants can visit www.2020census.gov/jobs for more information and to apply.

 

Cap & Gown payment of $55 is due Friday, Dec. 13. The fee goes up to $70 after that date. Download form here.

 

The third annual Junior Achievement Miss Business educational workshop will be held Wednesday, March 18, in Lexington.

Download flyer here.

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