It's 11th grade Now What? - Uplift Education

It's 11th grade Now What? - Uplift Education

Its 11 grade Now What? th September 24, 2015 By Tiffany Starnes AP/DP Dean

Ice Breaker Take a moment to talk to the person next to you about the following prompt: One change I have noticed in my 11th grade scholar is..

Agenda 11th grade checklist How do I help my 11th grade scholar Goal setting Stress Relief Knowledge of Scholar Data EPAs

Checklist of things to do during 11th grade year ALL YEAR Explore careers Learn about choosing a college Go to college fairs and college-preparation presentations

FALL Take the PSAT This test is taken to qualify for scholarships and programs associated with the National Merit Scholarship program Test Date: October 14th

SPRING Register for and take exams for college admission SAT is taken in January and June of the Junior Year ACT is taken in April (on campus) of Junior Year and September or October of Senior Year Use the U.S. Depart of Labors scholarship search to find scholarships for which you might want to apply

How do I help my 11th grader? Help the scholar manage stress Keep open lines of communication with the school

Utilize Powerschool with fidelity (Uplift Summit App) Help your scholar manage their time and develop effective study skills Loosen the reins a bit As scholars prepare for life after high school, they must be

afforded opportunities to make their own decisions even if they will cause failure Give scholars some independence while making sure they follow through on their responsibilities Discuss community service with your scholars Discuss Balance with your scholars

Activity Take a moment to answer the following questions: How can you tell when your scholar is stressed? What have you done to help your scholar alleviate stress? What have you taught your scholar

to alleviate his or her own stress? How do I help my 11th grader? How do I help my 11th grader? How do I help my 11th

grader? How do I help my 11th grader? Goal Setting Goal Setting

Goal Setting Goal Setting Things to know When you scholar completes their 11th grade year, the 11th grade

transcript is the one that is sent to colleges (this year is extremely important) Two college fairs in April Go to Quickstart on Collegeboard.com It provides a lot of practice and college information

Things to know Spring is when the scholars will start the College Application process They will write college personal essays

Benefits of Advanced Placement Classes It stands out in college admissions Earn college credits Possibly skip introductory classes Build college skills

https://student.collegeboard.org/ Advanced Placement classes Scholars have the opportunity during their high school career at Summit to take 14 different AP classes

AP is a rigorous course, but when scholars score at least a 3, the scholar receives college credit in the state of Texas Advanced Placement We encourage scholars to sit for an AP course even if they dont

sit for the exam because of the level of rigor they receive and college preparation ACT ACT and Summit We provide your scholars with

many opportunities to take benchmark exams to prepare them for the ACT 9th grade EXPLORE 25 10th grade PLAN - 32 11th grade ACT - 36 ACT and Summit

Each test is given 3 times per year Teachers review the data and create action plans to address the skills the scholars need to work on We are purchasing a test prep program for all of our 11th graders to use during our intervention and enrichment period to keep practicing the assessment

ACT and Summits College Readiness College Readiness Composite Score -21 Fall scores 21 Aiming for a 23 this is when more money is available for

college Summits ACT data College Readiness Benchmarks Fall 2015 Scores

Englis Math Readin h 18.9 g 19.5

20.2 Scienc e 20.0

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