For classes graduating in 2012 or later, please request a transcript online at Parchment
Students can receive credit in a course by earning a qualifying score on an assessment that measures the student’s understanding of the subject area content expectations or guidelines. Assessments could be in the form of a final exam, a series of tests from the course, a portfolio, performance, a paper, a project, or a presentation, depending on whatever the school district has determined. These assessments are extensive and comprehensive, covering all aspects of the high school content expectations.
Students who wish to test-out, must submit a Test-Out Request a minimum of 10 days before the class begins.
A student must achieve a minimum “cut score” in order to demonstrate mastery of the high school content expectations (HSCE’s) for the course in which they wish to test out. The established “cut scores” are as follows:
To find careers that match your interests, skills and values, visit one of the following sites:
Complete a Career Pathway Assessment to find a list of careers that match your interests.
Find the O-Net Interest profiler at http://www.mynextmove.org/
(click on “Start” under “Tell us what you like to do.”)
Interests, Skills and Values:
(click on the “Explore Careers” then look under the heading “Self Assessments” to find the different assessments.)
Interests and Skills:
(click on the “Resources” then scroll to the bottom and look under “Explore Careers”.
http://www.bls.gov/k12/students.htm (click on “Career Exploration” to search for jobs based on a particular interest.
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Please feel free to call me at 731-4420 ext. 242 if you have any questions.
For more information about the programs that Michigan has available, please visit http://www.michigan.gov/mistudentaid.
VARSITY TUTORS COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP
Please encourage your student get organized and apply for as many scholarships as they qualify.
1) Get applications together early.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
There are also several scholarship searches available to students who wish to spend more time looking for scholarships. When using scholarship searches online, one should be aware of potential scams and fraud. To learn how to identify potential problems and avoid paying out unnecessary money, please visit https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/types/scams.
COMPLETING SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS
For Courses through North Central Michigan College:
At North Central Michigan College (NCMC), this is done online at www.ncmich.edu.
Click “Apply Now” then click “Attending North Central while in high school”.
After applying, you will get an e-mail with your portal log-in information. You will want to keep this log-in information in a safe place for future reference.
For Courses through Kirtland Community College:
Please carefully read and follow the 10 steps that Kirtland Community College requires of dual enrollment students.
The application for Kirtland Community College (KCC) is at www.kirtland.edu.
Click “Apply Now-It’s Free” then click “High School Dual/Concurrent Enrolled Student”.
Once you have completed the application, you should refer back to the 10 steps to see what you need to do next.
To find out which NCMC courses fulfill the Michigan Transfer Agreement, click here.