When: October 1st-3rd
Time: Morning only
Room: Media Center
Different colleges will be here on Oct 1st-3rd to help students apply to college. You should only select one period per day, however you may select multiple days if needed.
October 1st – Representatives from Nebraska Public Colleges
October 2nd – Representatives from Other Nebraska Colleges
October 3rd – Representatives from Community Colleges in Nebraska
You must sign up to attend using Jump Code: PZGV
If you are interested in attending Southeast Community College be sure to take advantage of the Accuplacer Test; which is the placement exam. You will be tested on Reading, Writing, and Math. The test is not timed, so take as much time as you need to do well.
Test Date: Friday, September 27, 2019
Test Time: 3rd period
Test Room: 300
Sign up by clicking HERE or using Jump Code: YAYC
ACT prep classes are offered for Lincoln High juniors and seniors preparing to take the December 14th ACT test.
The classes will be taught by staff members of Lincoln High School that have experience in teaching ACT prep classes. Each class will meet on Tuesday afternoons from 2:15 – 4:15 p.m. during PLC time. Snacks will be provided.
$10 Class fee (total) but scholarships available through the Counseling Center if you are on Free/Reduced Lunch
Oct. 29 -Judy Tuttle & Renee McClure — Room 300 —Overview of ACT, general information and test taking strategies
Nov. 5 – Will Smith, Science — Room 300
Nov. 12 – Patrick Janike, Math — Room 300
Nov. 19 – Lori Rennings, English Grammar — Room 300
Nov. 26 – NO CLASS
Dec. 3 – Mark Larson & Hailey Hemenway, Reading skills – Room 300
Click HERE to sign up or use the jump code: RYBQ.
IF YOU ARE A JUNIOR, PLANNING TO ATTEND A 4-YEAR COLLEGE AFTER GRADUATION, THIS IS FOR YOU!
The PSAT will be administered on Saturday, October 19, 2019. This only happens once a year. This test is designed specifically for juniors planning to attend a 4-year college.
Reasons you might want to take the PSAT:
- to practice for the “real” admissions tests (SAT and ACT)
- to get information about how your skills in critical reading, math reasoning, and writing compare to other students who plan to go to a 4-year college
- to enter the National Merit Scholarship Competition.
1. Filling out the Google Form (https://forms.gle/zc8vy4Lr9PQ1Aabw5) at Jump Code BDYX
2. Paying $25 via SchoolPay or directly to Kim Loth in 200R (the bookkeeper’s office)
3. Going to the Counseling Center to receive your ticket for admission and the PSAT Student Guide and Practice Test
You must have your registration complete by Friday, October 11th to be able to test. Space is limited.
ANY QUESTIONS? Please see Ms. Barnes in the Counseling Center.
Thursday, September 26, 2019
8:15 – 9:00 a.m.
Senior Parents/Guardians and Students are invited to the LHS cafeteria for coffee, juice and donuts to learn more about applying for the FAFSA(Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and Financial Aid for College from RJ Vega, a representative from EducationQuest. Please RSVP by clicking HERE.
Notice the new tab above, marked Counseling Calendar! We will try to keep this up to date with all the goings on of the Counseling Center. If you’re wondering when that ACT/SAT registration deadline is, when Apply2College Days are, or when Lincoln Graduation will be here for Cap & Gown ordering; these are all things you will find on the calendar, along with so many more!
SENIORS! SENIOR T-SHIRTS ARE IN!
If you ordered a senior T-shirt, stop by Room 308 any time today to pick it up.
Senior T-shirts, Room 308. Come and get ’em!
This message is very important for LPS Seniors (graduates) with data on Google Drive that they wish to take with them. EVERY Senior is encouraged to retrieve this data prior to leaving LPS. Even if you are unsure if you will ever want it, it is very important to grab it NOW. As soon as you leave LPS (even the day after leaving) your files are no longer available to you.
ALL GRADUATING SENIORS should follow the instructions at the link below prior to graduation:
ASVAB testing is Thursday, 4/18/19, starting 3rd period in room 300
Sign up at the following jump code: Y1PM.
ASVAB stands for Armed Service Vocational Aptitude Battery, which is an assessment that measures verbal, math, and science and technical skills, and is the same assessment the military uses for selection and predicting military job training performance (job classification). ASVAB offers students a chance to assess, explore, and keep a record of their skills, interests, aspirations and opportunities for post-secondary education, civilian, and military occupational opportunities. Sophomores, juniors, and seniors are welcome to sign up.
Any questions please see Ms. Nguyen in the Counseling Center.