There are several different things that could play a factor this late in the year for reasons seniors won’t be able to graduate. Anything from outstanding fees to behavioral issues can keep you from walking the stage on June 7.
Yes, grades matter. Remember this when it's senior year and all your friends are excited about moving away.
Over the past few years, provisional acceptance is a relatively new concept that some colleges may choose to offer to specific students. This form of ‘acceptance’ is primarily sent to students who demonstrate some college readiness at the time that the letter was sent, however if the student does not maintain and/or improve in regards to their academic standing, the provisional status may be replaced with a rejection letter. Some schools in Texas offer this as an additional option in order to meet the necessary admission requirements.
You are sitting in class and the bell rings, you leave class and descend the stairs to your next period when you see the posters in the hallway: “CTJ Prom 2016: A Space Odyssey” and get really excited as you realize that night will be here in the blink of an eye.Skimming the poster, you try to find all of the details to share with your friends and you see that the price of the tickets went up, again.
There are many other resources to get scholarships from and several other ways to make money to pay for college. If students need more information on other ways to pay for college, they can visit the scholarship page on the Johnson counseling website. Though some scholarships may be very small, if you keep applying for as many as you can, those little amounts can add up fast.
As course card season begins to unfold, you are now stuck trying to figure out what classes to take next school year. With such a large school, there are several options to chose from and a range of activities that cover various interests and talents. As you gaze down at the ominous course sheet in front of you, you may wonder whether the courses you choose will affect your future career.
Now that the second semester has started, many seniors are preparing themselves for what is to come now that they are on the last lap to graduation. Acceptance letters are flying in for many while others haven’t even started applying. For all of those who have been accepted, the race isn’t over yet. There is still so much students need to do before they can officially call themselves a college freshman.
“The Johnson Holiday Craft Fair & Market will be held on Saturday, December 5 from 10 am – 4 pm. We will have vendors in the cafeteria, the Upper Foyer and outside in the courtyard near the cafeteria. Free admission and parking. We will have a concession stand as well,” band parent Heather Gaudette said.