LOOKING FOR AN ENTRY LEVEL HEALTH CARE JOB?
Heartland of Waterville, Ohio is looking for individuals wishing to
pursue STNA training and consider employment at Heartland. The STNA
course, a new requirement for many nursing training programs, will be
offered at Heartland. For more information, call Jackie Fleury at
FIND THE FAFSA PROCESS CONFUSING?
The find help with the online Ultimate FAFSA Resource Guide
CONSIDERING AN ONLINE COLLEGE?
If attending a traditional college is cost prohibitive for you, online programs are an alternative. Learn more at affordablecollegesonline.org.
LOOKING FOR A SUMMER JOB CLASS OF 2016?
Sauder Woodworking is now taking applications from college bound students for the summer. Apply at www.sauder.com today! Job offers will be extended in April for summer employment.
INTERESTED IN A DENTAL ASSISTING CAREER?
Maumee Valley Dental Assisting School in Napoleon, Ohio offers 10 week courses for those interested in becoming dental assistants. For more information, call
419-592-5855. This program is affiliated with the office of Dr. Michael
Carpenter, a Liberty Center High School graduate.
LOOKING FOR AN APPRENTICESHIP?
Ohio Operating Engineers is looking for qualified candidates for their apprenticeship program. Learn more at www.local18training.com
ONLINE GPA CALCULATOR
BGSU FREE MATH TUTORING FOR ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
STUDENTS ARE ENCOURAGED TO CALL AHEAD AT 419-372-1493 BUT APPOINTMENTS ARE NOT REQUIRED.
PARKING PASSES WILL BE AVAILABLE TO STUDENTS WHEN THEY CHECK IN FOR TUTORING.
120 OLSCAMP HALL - WHEN YOU CALL YOU CAN ASK FOR FURTHER DIRECTIONS.
The SAT is the preferred college entrance exam for institutions on the east or west coast of the United States. However, it is generally accepted by all institutions and may be a good alternative for students not pleased with their ACT performance. 2016-2017 tests dates are as follows:
Test Date Registration Deadline
JANUARY 21, 2017 DECEMBER 21, 2016
MARCH 11, 2017 FEBRUARY 10, 2017
MAY 6, 2017 APRIL 7, 2017
JUNE 3, 2017 MAY 9, 2017
REGISTER HERE sat.org/register
UPCOMING COLLEGE REP VISITS
ALL VISITS WILL TAKE PLACE AT 12:15 -12:50 IN BOARD ROOM 1
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8- BALL STATE UNIVERSITY
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 21-UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22- UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 29- TIFFIN UNIVERSITY
TUESDAY OCTOBER 4- OHIO NORTHERN UNIVERSITY
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 5- INDIANA WESLYAN UNIVERSITY
THURSDAY OCTOBER 6- UNIVERSITY OF MOUNT UNION
WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12- UNIVERSITY OF SAINT FRANCIS
THURSDAY OCTOBER 13-BOWLING GREEN STATE UNIV.
TUESDAY OCTOBER 18-ADRIAN COLLEGE
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1- DEFIANCE COLLEGE
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 3- HEIDELBURG UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS 2017-2018
A meeting with the High School counselor is required for anyone
considering taking college courses during the 2017-2018 school year.
Over 200 people have already attended both the initial and make up
meetings. College Credit Plus, the State of Ohio's replacement for the
Post Secondary Options and Dual Enrollment Programs, will be explained
in their entirety and applications will be available at the annual
meeting to be held Tuesday January 31, 2017. The
absolute deadline for all application materials is a firm April 1, 2017,
regardless of whether the student is taking courses first or second
semester. Liberty Center students may also attend the CCP meeting at Holgate High School
Activities Recommended for Class of 2017
Students who will graduate in 2017 are strongly encouraged to visit a
minimum of 3 to 5 colleges as soon as possible. Students should select a
variety of colleges to visit, for example at least one large Division I
institution, one small private institution, one mid sized public
institution, etc. Most students find that a visit provides a subjective
experience that simply can't be captured by a brochure or a website.
Many seniors will find it difficult to find time for college visits
after the school year begins. Group visits have already been scheduled
for the class of 2017 at The University of Toledo on September 20th and
Defiance College on September 13th.
Incoming seniors and their parents should also contact Ms. Ahleman to schedule a senior planning meeting (see below).
Each senior should strive to apply to 3 to 5 colleges by October 1,
2016. It is not necessary to decide which college to attend prior to applying. However, it
is very wise to select a pool of at least 3 to 5 colleges to apply to.
There is no limit to how many colleges one can apply. Typically, the
more the better. The Common Application
is accepted by more than 500 colleges and universities in the United
States. While the application is lengthy and time consuming, it does
allow the student to apply to numerous colleges at once. Click here to visit the Common Application website. The Common App for 2017-2018 should be available the first week of August 2016.
Keep an eye on the guidance webpage, particularly starting in October, for scholarship opportunities!
SENIORS AND THEIR PARENTS INVITED TO SCHEDULE SENIOR PLANNING MEETINGS
LCHS seniors and their parents are invited to schedule senior
planning meetings with Ms. Ahleman. Most meetings last approximately one
hour and allow students and their parents to conduct a senior credit
audit, discuss the college and scholarship application process, and
financial aid resources. Students who are considering skilled trade
programs are also encouraged to schedule an appointment. Schedule your
appointment by contacting Ms. Ahleman at
email@example.com or by calling 419-533-6403.
SUMMER STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS
SPI offers study abroad programs for college credit. Contact John Foster at 512-502-7505 or log onto www.spiabroad.com.
ACT SCHEDULING INFORMATION
The ACT is recommended for all students in grades 10 and above, as well as students who plan to take college courses via the College Credit Plus program in 2017-2018. Register at www.actstudent.org
before the registration deadline for the test of your choice. Those who
qualify for free and reduced lunch may obtain a voucher from the
guidance office to cover the cost of testing. Anyone can sign up to
receive updates about ACT preparation resources at www.act.org/aap/resources.html.The
2016-2017 testing season will resume in September. Any member of the
class of 2017 who has not tested should do so in September or October to
maximize scholarship opportunities. Please note both test dates and
Test Date Registration Deadline
SEPTEMBER 10, 2016 AUGUST 7, 2016
OCTOBER 22, 2016 SEPTEMBER 16, 2016
DECEMBER 10, 2016 NOVEMBER 4, 2016
FEBRUARY 11, 2017 JANUARY 13, 2017
APRIL 8, 2017 MARCH 3, 2017
JUNE 10, 2017 MAY 5, 2017
LUTHERAN HOME NAPOLEON VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
The Lutheran Home of Napoleon is seeking youth over the age of 14 to
volunteer in capacities such as gardening, pulling weeds, helping with
crafts, reading to residents, painting fingernails, baking and visiting
with residents. For more information, please contact Linda Miller at
419-591-4071. This community service would be highly regarded on
scholarship applications. Please consider giving your time and talents!
Northwest Ohio Driver Training School, Inc. (NWODTS)
The NWODTS is offering adult and youth remedial classes for persons
who have had their driver's license suspended due to accidents and
traffic violations, or have not reached 11 points on their license and
warrant a point extension. The NWODTS is licensed to teach persons with
disabilities, providing specially equipped driver training vehicles, and
can also accommodate students with special academic needs. Adult Driver
Training Courses are also offered. For more information, please call
one of the three following locations: Bryan (419)-636-9092, Stryker
(419)-82-4741, or Wauseon (419)-337-6580. Information can also be found
on the website, http://www.nwdriverstrainingsch.com