Students always have an opportunity to meet with their counselor to review current courses and plan for future ones. College and career planning also begins from the moment students enter Kirtland Central High School. Each student has complete access to the Guidance office and the guidance counselors.
Items that are available in the Guidance office are: Dual Credit information, scholarships, college information, ACT & SAT waivers, SAT college application waivers and summer opportunities. The counselors are available to help and get answers that you may have.
Counseling is not limited to academic issues, and if a student is going through a crisis or needs help with personal issues they can arrange personal counseling. If the counselor determines that a student's issues go beyond the scope of Kirtland Central High School's services then a referral may be made to contact outside community agencies.
Students who are interested in taking Dual Credit classes, please see Ms. Beyale and Mr. Joe. Remember to treat your dual credit classes seriously as they can impact your college transcript! If you need more information on Dual Credit please visit the Dual Credit page.
An ACT practice workshop will be held on Saturday, December 02 from 8:00-11:30 am in Room 102. If you are signed up to take the ACT on December 09-you might want to come out this Saturday and practice the test to assist you in preparation for the actual test. Reminder-college deadlines are coming up and the ACT is one of the college admission assessments used by most colleges/universities. A strong score can assist you in getting in as well as for scholarships! Sign up with Ms. Westbrook or Ms. Cummins no later than Friday, December 01. We need at least 10 confirmed students signed up for this workshop.
San Juan College will be here on Thursday, December 07 from 9 am - 2 pm in Room 103 for a College Readiness Education Workshop. If you are planning to attend SJC in the fall after you graduate-this is the workshop you need to attend! Stop in & meet with representatives who will walk you through the application process and BONUS if you meet the requirements, your name will be entered in fro a drawing for an $800 scholarship! Sign up with Ms. Westbrook in Room 103.
Last announcement is for all students in grades 9-12 -Columbia University will be here on January 11, 2018 during 6th period in Room 102 to talk about what Columbia has to offer YOU! Juniors, if you are thinking about Columbia as a possible school choice-come to this information session as the deadline is normally in December. Freshmen & Sophomores-it is never too early to start getting information on colleges/universities and thinking about what possibilities you can start planning for now! Sign up with Ms. Westbrook in Room 103.