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Freshmen Guide     9th Grade / 9º Grado

In this guide, you will learn how things work in high school – everything from how credits are earned and what tests you will be taking, to how to make friends and how to study.  You will get a better idea of what to expect and how to plan for success in high school and beyond. Please contact your counselor with any questions or concerns.

9th Grade Student and Family Planning Guide

Guía de Planificación para Estudiantes de 9º Grado y sus Familias

Sophomore Guide    10th Grade / 10º Grado

What habits, skills, and friendships did you develop that helped you through the past year, and what would you like to add or change this year?  Would you like to improve your study habits?  Increase your class participation?  Make more supportive, positive friends or deepen existing friendships?  Participate in new extracurricular activities or try out for a sport?  Give up any unhealthy or potentially dangerous habits?  There are ideas and tips in this guide to help you with these issues and more.  Please contact your counselor with any questions or concerns.

10th Grade Student and Family Planning Guide

Guía de Planificación para Estudiantes de 10º Grado y sus Familias

Junior Guide     11th Grade / 11º Grado

This guide is a useful tool which provides suggestions and information designed to help you and your family successfully navigate your Junior year.  There are many choices to consider, such as college, specialized training schools, military service, employment, or a combination of these options.  Make it a point to meet regularly with your counselor to track your progress, get help and support for any concerns or problems that might arise, and stay focused on meeting graduation requirements while crafting a personalized and satisfying future path for yourself.

11th Grade Student and Family Planning Guide

Guía de Planificación para Estudiantes de 11º Grado y sus Familias

Senior Guide     12th Grade / 12º Grado

Seniors often feel a lot of pressure as they get closer to graduation:  testing, submitting applications to colleges  and other postsecondary programs, figuring out scholarships and financial aid, and planning for the wide world beyond high school.  This guide can help you navigate your final year in high school.  Please contact your counselor with any questions or concerns.  They are there to help you with the process.

12th Grade Student and Family Planning Guide

Guía de Planificación para Estudiantes de 12º Grado y sus Familias