Lincoln East High School
1000 South 70th Street
Lincoln, NE 68510
Phone: 402-436-1302, option 3
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Category Archives: College Prep
Come to the Counseling Center and complete a yellow transcript card with Ms. Hare our registrar. Return card to Ms. Hare our school registrar. Ms. Hare will make sure your transcript gets to where you request it to go. NOTE: … Continue reading
If you took the PSAT test on Saturday, October 14, you can pick up your score report and test booklet in the Counseling Center now!
Spartan Families– All “Using Your Pre-ACT Results” materials used in the interpretation session held today during PLC is now available to view in counseling google classrooms and here using the following links. Links: East Pre-ACT – Understanding Your Test Results Using … Continue reading
Many high school students and families are thinking ahead to preparation for the ACT, the nation’s most popular college entrance exam. All LPS students take the ACT exam at no charge as a junior in high school as part of … Continue reading
Seniors plan ahead! Some applications for admission and scholarships require letters of recommendation. Be sure you give the writers at least 2 weeks’ notice and provide them with the Student Information Summary form to help them write a more personal … Continue reading
EHS College Club will meet Tuesday, November 14 during PLC in room 152. It will be a SCHOLARSHIP WORKSHOP session, with special focus on helping students who are eligible for the Susan T. Buffett scholarship.
Check out the many resources EducationQuest has available to help your students and their parents complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). FAFSA Tools: These resources are in the FAFSA Tools section at EducationQuest.org: College Funding Estimator will … Continue reading
Come to College Club on Tuesday, October 24 @. 2:15-3:15 in room 152. Counselors will be there to help answer questions! Hope to see you there!!!
Did you know… While attending Sweet Briar College Ms. Morrow hiked 50 miles of the Appalachian Trail. Ms. Harder is a graduate of South Dakota State University, GO JACK RABBITS! Mr. Baxter’s favorite college memory was sitting in the student section at … Continue reading
Mr. Rippe’s college advice is to choose your professors wisely–ask around and do some research! Mr. Ebke was a math and PRE-DENTISTRY Major! SMILE! Mrs. Siddoway is a graduate of BYU! Ms. Alonso HATED pottery in high school but when … Continue reading