Class of 2019
Colleges are rethinking the admissions process - check out this report from Harvard University which offers recommendations on how colleges will
√ Assess students’ ethical engagement and contributions to others in ways that reflect varying types of family and community contributions across race, culture and class.
√ Promote more meaningful contributions to others,
community service and engagement with the public good.
√ Redefine achievement in ways that both level the playing field
for economically diverse students and reduce excessive achievement pressure.
The PSAT/NMSQT Exam results are finally back, see Susy to talk about your scores.
Interested in your in-state college options, or a future in the Armed Forces? Attend an open-campus day or informational night!
College and Career Readiness Assesments
Starting with the Class of 2016, all Alaska High School Graduates are required to take one College/Career Readiness Assessment: The WorkKeys Exam, the SAT or the ACT. Seniors who haven't yet taken an exam and all Juniors will select one exam to take at Polaris during the school day. There is no minimum score, only the requirement to have taken the exam. The exam will be provided at no charge to each Junior. In the 2015-16 school year, students have the choice of the ACT or WorkKeys Exam.
October 2015: Registration form due to Susy by 3pm
November 10-February 13: WorkKeys Internet Testing
March 1, 2015: ACT Test
March 2, 2015: WorkKeys Paper Testing
Meet your graduation requirements for English, US Government, Economics and more by taking UAA classes, and earn college and high school credit simultaneously.
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