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Important course planning dates and
information for parents of 8th graders
One of the most important school-related
activities that you and your 8th grade child will share this
year is planning an appropriate and beneficial 9th grade program
of study. Course selections for next year will directly impact
your child’s high school program. Shaker High School offers a
wide and varied course of study. To assist you in the process of
course selections, the Shaker High School Guidance Department
offers two important events.
2012-13 SAT/ACT test dates
Click on the link below to find out the
dates of upcoming SAT and ACT exams plus when to register by as
Message to parents of juniors and
seniors regarding providing student information to US Armed
Public Law 107-107 requires high schools to
provide the United States Armed Forces access to student names,
addresses, and telephone listings. Unless we hear from you in
writing, we will be providing this list to the recruiters in the
various branches of the armed services.
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Handbook for the College Bound Student
You are about to embark on an exciting new chapter of your
life. Researching, visiting,
applying to, and ultimately selecting a college is a big job
and requires considerable time
and effort. This handbook is designed to help you navigate
the college process as
efficiently as possible.
DOWNLOAD HANDBOOK [PDF]
8th grade Parent Night information
One of the most important school-related activities that you
and your 8th grade child will share this year is planning an
appropriate and beneficial 9th grade program of study.
Course selections for next year will directly impact your
child’s high school program.
If you are planning to enroll in college as
a freshman during the 2011-2012 academic year and wish to
participate in Division I or Division II sports, you must be
certified by the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse.