Students and families can visit with representatives from colleges across the state, region, and nation during the Lincoln Area College Fair, Sunday, September 16 from 1:00-3:00 p.m. at Southeast Community College, 8800 O Street. Admission is free. The College Fair, sponsored by EducationQuest Foundation and the Nebraska Association of College Registrars and Admissions Officers, will also feature financial aid presentations…. Read more »
SCC has released the dates for their fall 2018 Discovery Days. This experience gives students, parents, teachers, and counselors the opportunity to tour an SCC campus and discover the numerous opportunities available. Participants will learn about each program on the campus they visit, have the opportunity to speak individually with instructors and staff, and learn what it takes to be… Read more »
Not able to make the Junior Family Meeting on August 28th? No worries – we have gathered all of that information for you right here. Below you will find the presentations from our group and breakout sessions for juniors and their families. You can also view the junior letter, which includes important information regarding testing during junior year, scholarship planning,… Read more »
Area high school students (most beneficial for Juniors and Seniors) are invited to the UNK Health Career Fair on Wednesday, September 26. Students may come in large school groups, or with a parent or chaperone. There is no fee for the fair. UNK asks that all attendees check-in between 8:15 AM – 8:50 AM in the UNK Fine Arts Building. The event will feature… Read more »
Senior Family Meeting * August 22nd, 2018 Contact Person: Mr. Ernst College Funding 2018-19 The 4Ws (& 1H) of Scholarships For any senior (or parent of such) that attended the Financial Aid Night on August 22nd, they can go to the page eqf.org/967866 to register for a $500 scholarship from EducationQuest! To be eligible, student must be: S. Citizen or… Read more »
A week of work will get you all you need to complete your 20-hour Government & Politics service learning hours. Per the Bright Lights website: Summer is a great time to complete volunteer hours for GOPO, service hours for the parochial schools, or other service project hours. To meet the required 20 hours for GOPO or service hours, assistants must attend the… Read more »
There will be two summer academies– one for Latina students and another for African/African-American students– held in mid-June for rising 10th and 11th grade girls. The cost is $25 for a full week of classes and activities; check out their webpage to sign up!
Seniors, If you’re wanting to keep items from your class.lps.org’s Google Drive account after graduation, this article should give you the details for how to do so. Plan ahead and don’t wait ’til the last minute, just in case! 🙂
For juniors looking to get a head start, it was recently announced that the essay prompts for next year’s seniors will be the same as the ones from this year. Info here if you’re looking to get started!
A couple of tidbits from non-Nebraska schools, for your information: Columbia (NY), Colgate (NY), and Swarthmore (PA) are among a growing number of selective schools that will now, as of the Class of 2018, accept self-reported ACT/SAT scores (click the link if you don’t know what that means :)). Only admitted students will be required to submit official scores through… Read more »