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Senior Seminar 2013
Transcript of Senior Seminar 2013
Please move to the area where your counselor is located
October 11 *
December 6 *
January 24 *
March 14 *
June 6 *
Take the SAT and/or ACT
The admission website of the university you are interested in will guide you, but most will accept either test.
The GO Center (A-101) has registration material, practice tests, and study material.
There are many free apps to help you practice for the SAT and ACT
AP EXAMS in May
Make sure to send your scores to your colleges
Utilize the College Board website for AP information
Be realistic about your choices.
Apply to at least 3 to 5 schools
* Monday, November 3rd, 6:00-8:30 UTSA
Request an Official Transcript
This is a record of your high school grades and scores.
Order your transcript by filling out an order form located in the Counseling Office with Ms. Cardenas, registrar. (You must have a parent’s/guardian’s signature on file if you are under 18)
Transcripts are $2.00 each and the final transcript is free
You should order your transcript at least 3 days in advance of the mailing date.
Pick up your transcript, if it is not submitted electronically, from the registrar.
If your counselor must include an electronic transcript with Common App, you must provide your counselor with proof of payment for each transcript to be sent.
San Antonio Educational Partnership
San Antonio Educational Partnership
Taking a step toward the future
October 25 *
April 18 *
* Indicates test given at Clark *
SAT Subject Tests:
* Check with prospective schools to determine if they are needed
SAT and ACT Scores
* Will not be included as part of your transcript.
* Students need to request that SAT and ACT test scores be sent directly from the testing agency.
(also called the CEEB Code)
Take the THEA test
(Texas Higher Education Assessment) Test
This test is required by public colleges and universities in Texas, typically for education majors.
• ACT- 23 comp., 19 min. English and math
• SAT- 1070 combined, 500 Math, 500 Critical Reading
• Double check with the schools you are applying to verify the exemption
Maintain or Improve your
• Students are ranked and GPA’s are calculated in October and January of the senior year.
• The Texas public college or university must automatically admit students if their GPA places them in the top 10% (7% UT Austin) of their high school graduating class, they apply no later than 2 years after they graduate from a Texas high school, and they meet application deadlines.
Be mindful of deadlines so that you allow plenty of time to complete applications and write any required essays.
*Do NOT use SendEdu*
This is counted as a non-absence and must be confirmed with college documentation brought to the attendance office or it will be unexcused.
Take advantage of student holidays.
If you must miss a day, pick up a form in the Attendance Office.
College representatives are always visiting Clark. Check the calendar on the Counseling Website or check with Mrs. Martinez in the Go Center.
Junior/Senior Parent Night
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
6:00 p.m. Cafeteria
Sending a Final Transcript
At the end of the school year, you must request a transcript that includes all of your grades and indicates that you have graduated.
The final request forms will be on colored paper.
* NO COLLEGE ACCEPTANCE IS FINAL UNTIL THE FINAL TRANSCRIPT IS SUBMITTED *
Requests should be made well in advance of the deadline
(at least 2 weeks).
You should complete a
, available in the Counseling Office, for your counselor to have on file, to aid in the letter writing process.
Financial aid comes in the form of grants, loans, work-study programs and scholarships.
Everyone should apply for financial aid.
Application forms for financial aid are called FAFSA forms and are available in the Career Center or online.
Qualifiers: 95% Attendance throughout High School
80 or higher GPA from 10th gr. through Senior year
Commitment form completed in English 4 class and turned into teacher.
Must attend 2 or 4 year college or university (public or private) in San Antonio
Amount varies based on School you will be attending.
SAEP is a partnership of Educators, Businesses, Government, and Community Agencies
Demonstrate Financial Need
By law, at the age of 18, young men must register with the selective service. Registering is also required to be eligible for financial aid.
To Graduate You Must:
Pass all required courses.
Pass all EOC Exams (New students to Clark should inform your counselors today if you still need to take it)
Earn 24 credits for the Minimum program or
Earn 26 credits for the *Recommended program or
Earn 26 credits with 4 advanced measures for the *Distinguished program.
* Eligible students may qualify for the TEXAS Grant *
College Bound Cougars!