Category Archives: College Prep

April State ACT Test for Juniors Only

This spring, all Lincoln East juniors will be taking the State ACT in the building. Testing will take place the morning of Tuesday, April 6th. This will be a non-school day for current Freshmen, Sophomores, and Seniors– only those students … Continue reading

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Registration for the 2021-22 School Year

Students who are currently in grades 9-11 will work with counselors during the following classes and dates: Current Juniors:  US History classes | February 10-12, 2021 Current Sophomores:  English classes | February 1-5, 2021 Current Freshmen:  English classes | February … Continue reading

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Want to attend UNL but need a bit of extra help?

UNL has provided you with some great tutorial videos to help you apply and to access your MYRED account! Application tutorial videos: https://go.unl.edu/how-to-apply MyRED tutorial videos: https://go.unl.edu/how-to-myred If you have additional questions–don’t forget CJ Kracl does have office hours available … Continue reading

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College Visits

College representatives visit East High on a regular basis in the fall and spring. Seniors and juniors are invited to meet with those representatives to learn more about their college program. All college and military visits this year are virtual … Continue reading

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Requesting a Transcript

If your a current East High student there are 3 ways you can access the online Requesting a Transcript form. Here on the Counseling Center website under the heading Transcripts By being in your Graduation Google classroom (Class of 20XX) … Continue reading

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Letters of Recommendation

Some applications for admission and scholarship applications require letters of recommendation.  Be sure you give the writers at least 2 weeks notice and provide them with the Student Information Summary sheet to help them write a more personal letter.  Counselors … Continue reading

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