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Title: 2013-2014 SENIOR PARENT NIGHT


1
2013-2014SENIOR PARENT NIGHT
  • WADE HAMPTON HIGH SCHOOL

2
Introduction
  • Ms. Cassaundra Rivers,
  • 12th Grade Counselor
  • Ms. Peggy Stanley ,
  • Guidance Secretary

3
Comprehensive School Guidance Program
  • Guidance Curriculum The purpose of the guidance
    curriculum is to provide all students, at all
    levels, the skills to promote positive mental
    health, assist in gaining life skills and
    awareness of normal growth and development. 
    Activities for attaining these skills are
    presented through classroom and group sessions
    emphasizing choice-making, self-understanding,
    career exploration and preparation, and improving
    study skills.
  • System Support Indirect guidance management
    activities such as staff/community relations,
    special projects, committees, and student support
    teams that maintain and enhance the guidance
    program. System support includes indirect
    guidance management procedures, research, and
    development.
  • Guidance Curriculum
  • Individual Student Planning
  • Responsive Services
  • System Support
  • Individual Student Planning Counselors use test
    interpretation, informal counseling, educational
    counseling, and career planning activities to
    assist all students in planning, monitoring, and
    managing their own academic achievement, as well
    as their personal and career development.
    Individual planning also includes consulting with
    parents and teachers to assist them in
    understanding the academic, personal, and career
    development needs of the current student
    population.
  • Responsive Services Responsive services include
    counseling or referral activities to meet the
    immediate needs and concerns of students through
    personal counseling, crisis counseling, agency
    referrals, consultation with parents, teachers,
    other professionals, and support groups.

4
Graduation Requirements
  • 4 English
  • 4 Math
  • 3 Science
  • U.S. History and Constitution
  • Economics
  • Government
  • Other Social Studies
  • Physical Education or Jr. ROTC
  • Computer Science (IBA)
  • Foreign Language or Career Technology Education
  • 7 Electives

5
4yr College Graduation Requirements
  • 4 English
  • 4 Math
  • 3 Science (Lab)
  • U.S. History and Constitution
  • Economics
  • Government
  • Other Social Studies
  • Physical Education or Jr. ROTC
  • Computer Science (IBA)
  • 2 Foreign Language
  • Fine Arts
  • 7 Electives

6
  • Josten
  • Graduation Accessories- Nov. 12
  • Baccalaureate
  • Sunday June 1, 2014 430PM
  • Graduation
  • Saturday, June 7, 2014 900AM

7
Parent Connection
PARENT PORTAL EMAIL WEBSITE TELEPHONE
8
Parent Connection
http//pschool.hampton1.k12.sc.us/public/ crivers
_at_hampton1.k12.sc.us http//www.hampton1.org/ (80
3) 943-3568 ext. 1397
9
Pathway after Graduation/Testing Needed
Technical College
Workforce
4 year College/ University
Military
WorkKeys Test
ASVAB Test
Compass Test or Asset Test
SAT Test or ACT Test
10
SAT DATES
SAT Date Registration Deadline Late Registration
Oct. 6 Sept. 6 Sept. 20 -23
Nov. 2 Oct. 3 Oct. 18-21
Dec. 7 Nov. 8 Nov. 22-25
Jan. 25 Dec. 27 Jan. 10
Mar. 8 Feb. 7 Feb. 21-24
May 3 Apr. 4 Apr. 18-21
Jun 7 May 9 May 23-28
ACT DATES
SAT Date Registration Deadline Late Registration
Sept. 21 Aug. 23 Aug. 24-Sept. 6
Oct. 26 Sept. 27 Sept. 28-Oct. 11
Dec. 14 Nov. 8 Nov. 9-22
Feb. 8 Jan 10 Jan. 11-24
Apr. 12 Mar. 7 Mar. 8-21
June 14 May 9 May 10-23
11
Technical College
COMPASS TEST   http//www.act.org/compass The
COMPASS is an untimed, computerized test that
helps your college choice evaluate your skills
and place you into appropriate courses. COMPASS
offers tests in reading, writing, math, writing
essay, and English as a Second Language (ESL).
You will receive your COMPASS test results
immediately upon completion of testing, and your
score report will include placement messages
informing you what courses you should take and
how to register.  (information obtained from
college board act.org website)
  • ASSET TEST
  •  http//www.act.org/asset/
  • The ASSET Student Success System, a testing and
    advising program for placing students into
    postsecondary institutions, offers
  • convenient paper-and-pencil format
  • immediate score reports for students
  • a proven record of validity and reliability

12
nitial Eligibility Requirements
for a LIFE Scholarship

In order to qualify for the LIFE Scholarship, f
irst
-
time entering freshman
attendin
g a
n eligible
four
-
year institution
must
meet two of three of the following criteria
1.
Earn a
cumulative
3.0
grade point average (GPA
) based
on the
SC
Uniform Grading Scale
upon
high school graduation
a.
The grade point
average
must be reported to two decima
l places (minimum) and cannot be rounded. The
GP
R
must be calculated after official completion of
courses required for graduation.
2.
Score an 1100 on the SAT or an equivalent 24 on
the ACT
a.
SAT/ACT scores will be accepted through the June
national
test
admi
nistration
of the high school
Navy
Reserves
ASVAB TESTING NOVEMBER 7, 2013
Airforce
Coast Guard
Marines
graduation year.
It is permissible to select
the highest
SAT
Critical Reading
score (formerly known as SAT
V
erbal
)
b.
combined with the highest SAT M
ath score from different test administrations.
Students cannot use the
SAT Wri
ting subsection score to meet the minimum 1100
SAT requirement.
The ACT composite score must be at one test
sitting.
c.
3.
Rank in the
top 30 of the graduating class
The ranking percentages must be reported in two
decimal places (minimum) and cannot be rounded
.
T
he
a.
class rank
must be based on the
SC
Uniform Grading Scale.
The rank must be based on all students who
received their diploma during the
traditional graduation
b.
ceremony typically in
May/June
. The graduating class cannot include any
students who gra
duated during
13
College Application Process
  • Finalize list of colleges
  • Write essay and get them proof read by
    teacher/counselor
  • Resume (seek guidance counselor for assistance)
  • Send SAT/ACT scores
  • Complete Transcript Request for each college
  • If you are applying for Early Decision/Early
    Action submit your request by Oct. 15, 2013 and
    by November 15 for Regular Decision.

14
College Application Process
  • Transcript Request (Transcripts include grades
    from 9th -11th grade and any scores (SAT, ACT,
    etc.)
  • (5) transcript free
  • Each additional transcript request will be 1.00
    per transcript
  • Complete application and pay application fee
  • Keep copies of notices/confirmations from
    all colleges (online/by mail)

15
College Application Process
  • Teachers Recommendations
  • Please allow your teachers two weeks to
    complete recommendation
  • Provide teachers with a resume or summary about
    yourself.
  • Always follow-up with a thank you note.

16
nitial Eligibility Requirements
for a LIFE Scholarship

nitial Eligibility Requirements
for a LIFE Scholarship

In order to qualify for the LIFE Scholarship, f
irst
-
time entering freshman
attendin
g a
n eligible
four
-
year institution
must
In order to qualify for the LIFE Scholarship, f
irst
-
time entering freshman
attendin
g a
n eligible
four
-
year institution
must
meet two of three of the following criteria
meet two of three of the following criteria
1.
Earn a
cumulative
3.0
grade point average (GPA
) based
on the
SC
Uniform Grading Scale
upon
1.
Earn a
cumulative
3.0
grade point average (GPA
) based
on the
SC
Uniform Grading Scale
upon
high school graduation
high school graduation
a.
a.
The grade point
average
must be reported to two decima
l places (minimum) and cannot be rounded. The
The grade point
average
must be reported to two decima
l places (minimum) and cannot be rounded. The
GP
R
must be calculated after official completion of
courses required for graduation.
GP
R
must be calculated after official completion of
courses required for graduation.
2.
Score an 1100 on the SAT or an equivalent 24 on
the ACT
2.
Score an 1100 on the SAT or an equivalent 24 on
the ACT
a.
SAT/ACT scores will be accepted through the June
national
test
admi
nistration
of the high school
a.
SAT/ACT scores will be accepted through the June
national
test
admi
nistration
of the high school
SENIOR ARE ALLOWED
2 College Days Excused
graduation year.
graduation year.
It is permissible to select
the highest
SAT
Critical Reading
score (formerly known as SAT
V
erbal
)
It is permissible to select
the highest
SAT
Critical Reading
score (formerly known as SAT
V
erbal
)
b.
b.
combined with the highest SAT M
ath score from different test administrations.
Students cannot use the
combined with the highest SAT M
ath score from different test administrations.
Students cannot use the
SAT Wri
ting subsection score to meet the minimum 1100
SAT requirement.
SAT Wri
ting subsection score to meet the minimum 1100
SAT requirement.
The ACT composite score must be at one test
sitting.
The ACT composite score must be at one test
sitting.
c.
c.
3.
Rank in the
top 30 of the graduating class
3.
Rank in the
top 30 of the graduating class
The ranking percentages must be reported in two
decimal places (minimum) and cannot be rounded
.
T
he
The ranking percentages must be reported in two
decimal places (minimum) and cannot be rounded
.
T
he
a.
a.
class rank
must be based on the
SC
Uniform Grading Scale.
class rank
must be based on the
SC
Uniform Grading Scale.
The rank must be based on all students who
received their diploma during the
traditional graduation
The rank must be based on all students who
received their diploma during the
traditional graduation
b.
b.
ceremony typically in
May/June
. The graduating class cannot include any
students who gra
duated during
ceremony typically in
May/June
. The graduating class cannot include any
students who gra
duated during
17
Life Scholarship
  • You must meet all general eligibility
    requirements
  • You must meet two of the three requirements
    listed below
  • have a 3.0 final high school GPA based on 4.0
    scale
  • have a minimum SAT test score of 1100 on
    critical reading and math sections combined or
    ACT test score of 24
  • have graduated in the top 30 of your high
    school graduating class.

18
Palmetto Fellow Scholarship
  • You must meet all general eligibility
    requirements
  • Be enrolled in approved SC. Public or private
    high school
  • Be a US citizen or legal permanent resident
  • Be legal of SC defined
  • Be seriously considering attending, have applied
    or accepted to an eligible four year institution.
  • Never convicted
  • Cannot be a recipient of the Life Scholarship, SC
    Hope, or Lottery Assistance

19
Palmetto Fellow Scholarship
  • You must meet all general eligibility
    requirements
  • Early Award December 15
  • Students have the following to be eligible to
    apply
  • 1. Score at least 1200 on SAT (27 on ACT) by
    November testing
  • Earned at least a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA on
    4.0 scale at the end of junior year and rank in
    the top 6 of the class at the end of either 10th
    or 11th grade year
  • OR
  • 2. Score at least 1400 on the SAT (32 ACT) by
    the November testing and earn a minimum 4.0
    cumulative GPA on 4.0 scale at the end of 11th
    grade year.

20
  • Scholarship Name Website
  • Teaching Fellows http//www.cerra.org/teachingfell
    ows/application.aspxGamecock
  • Guaranteehttp//www.sa.sc.edu/guarantee/
  • Abney Foundation Scholarship programshttp//www.ab
    neyfoundation.org/index.htm
  • The James F. Byrnes Foundation http//www.byrnessc
    holars.org/foundation/eligible.php
  • HARRY HAMPTON FUND SCHOLARSHIP http//www.hamptonw
    ildlifefund.org/scholarship.html major area of
    study in wildlife, fisheries, forestry, biology,
    zoology, marine science, environmental science or
    related fields.
  • WALLACE F. PATE  SCHOLARSHIP http//www.hamptonwil
    dlifefund.org/scholarship.htmlmajor area of study
    in wildlife, fisheries, forestry, biology,
    zoology, marine science or environmental science
  • JAMES O.THOMASON  SCHOLARSHIP http//www.hamptonwi
    ldlifefund.org/scholarship.htmldeclare a major in
    electronic, print or photo journalism,
    advertising, public relations or mass
    communications

21
  • DAVID M. CLINE  SCHOLARSHIP http//www.hamptonwild
    lifefund.org/scholarship.html student further
    their education in the natural resources or law
    enforcement disciplines
  • Kids Chance Scholarship http//kidschancesc.org/i
    ndex.php/scholarships be eligible for a
    scholarship, applicants must have a parent or
    guardian who has been fatally or catastrophically
    injured in a work-related accident, meeting the
    criteria of the South Carolina Workers'
    Compensation Act and resulting in financial need
  • Richard T. Greener Scholarship http//www.mycaroli
    na.org/s/842/twocol.aspx?sid842gid1pgid678sp
    aramRichard20T.20Greener20Scholarshipscontid
    0must attend USC-Columbia
  • Hampton County Farm Bureau http//www.scfb.org/ham
    ptoncountyfarmbureau.aspxLinksThe applicant must
    be from Hampton County or have a family
    connection to Hampton County Scholarships
    Available from the South Carolina Wildlife
    Federationfull time students currently pursuing
    environmental education at South Carolina schools
    of higher education

22
  • Available from the South Carolina Wildlife
    Federationfull time students currently pursuing
    environmental education at South Carolina schools
    of higher education
  • SC State Fair (amount varies)(www.scstatefair.org)
  • Kittie Moss Fairey Educational Fund Scholarship
    https//www.csascholars.org/kmfr/index.phpThese
    scholarships are for deserving graduating high
    school seniors who are residents of South
    Carolina. Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Must have
    900 SAT score. Family income must not exceed
    40000.00
  • SC Junior Golf Foundation ScholarshipThe South
    Carolina Junior Golf Foundation is providing
    scholarships for deserving students. The Center
    for Scholarship Administration, Inc. (CSA), a
    non-profit, independent organization is the
    facilitator of the program.

23
  • Coca-Cola Scholars Foundationhttp//
    www.cocacolascholarsfoundation.org/applicants/pro
    grams
  • Current high school (or home-schooled) seniors
    attending school in the United States (or select
    DoD schools)
  • U.S. Citizens U.S. Nationals U.S. Permanent
    Residents Temporary Residents (in a legalization
    program) Refugees Asylees Cuban-Haitian
    Entrants or Humanitarian Parolees
  • Anticipating completion of high school diploma at
    the time of application
  • Planning to pursue a degree at an accredited U.S.
    post-secondary institution
  • Carrying a minimum 3.00 GPA at the end of their
    junior year of high school.
  • SC Law Enforcement Officers'http//www.scleoa.org/
    scholarship.htmlScholarships for Military
    Childrenhttp//www.militaryscholar.org/sfmc/index.
    htmlLowcountry Ladies Must have 3.0, SAT score
    900 or higher excluding writing. Must
    demonstrated leadership ability through
    participation in community service projects,
    extracurricular, other activities
  • SC Education Association RetiredPlan to pursue a
    career in education. Maintain a 3.0 GPA,
    demonstrate leadership ability Rotary Club
    Involvement in community service, demonstrate
    leadership skills GPA 2.5 or greater SC
    Conference of Black MayorAverage above 85, two
    letter of recommendation, SAT and ACT scores

24
  • CONTACT INFORMATION
  • Cassaundra Rivers
  • Post Office Box 337
  • Varnville, SC 29944
  • (803) 943-3568 ext. 1397
  • crivers_at_hampton1.k12.sc.us
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