1 1 Altamonte Christian School Preparing for College Presented by Dr. Sharon Nix Academic Principal
2 2 What will be different? Weighting of grades Number of grades Reminders from teachers Taking the right courses Temptation for all of the social activities Less time in the classroom
3 3 Active Preparation Starts Now!!!!!
4 4 Ask the Lord for guidance; pray for help in your decisions; seek His perfect plan for your life.
5 5 What Do You Need To Do? Investigate five to six colleges your JUNIOR year. Visit your top choices your junior year. Take ownership in your search! Place deadlines on a calendar. Know your GPA. Keep looking at your timeline. Forget senioritis!!!
6 Standard Diploma 9th Grade Cohort and Forward Subject English/Language Arts Mathematics Science Social Studies Fine and Performing Arts, Speech and Debate, or Practical Arts Physical Education Electives 8 Online Course Credits 4 ELA I, II, III, IV 4* must include Algebra I and Geometry 3** must include Biology I, two of which must have a lab and be equally rigorous science courses (Chemistry-Class of 2017 up) 3 World History, U.S. History, U.S. Government, Economics with financial literacy 1 Eligible courses are in the Florida Course Code Directory 1 to include the integration of health One course within the 24 credits must be completed via online learning 6
7 7 Why should you consider enrolling in a Christian college?
8 8 Christian Foundation Like-Minded Fellowship Connections
9 9 Trinity Baptist College Palm Beach Atlantic University Southeastern University Liberty University Pensacola Christian College
10 10 Research All Colleges
11 11 Arizona State Auburn Baptist Bible College Berry University Bob Jones University Bryan College Carson-Newman Columbia University Duke University Embry-Riddle Emory University Flagler College Florida Atlantic University Florida Southern College Florida State Galludet University Grace College Harvard Johns Hopkins University Lee College LeTourneau University Liberty University Maranatha Baptist Bible College Oral Roberts University Palm Beach Atlantic University Pensacola Christian College Ringling School of Art and Design Rollins College Southeastern University Stetson University Toccoa Falls College Troy State Trinity College Union University University of Alabama University of Central Florida University of Florida University of South Florida Wheaton University Wesleyan College
12 SUS Admissions
13 State University System Standard Admission Requirements Coursework 4 English 4 Math (Algebra 1 or higher) 3 Social Science 3 Natural Science (2 with lab experience) 2 same World Language 2 Electives Core Listed in Florida Counseling for Future Education Handbook Test Minimums Critical Reading SAT 460 or ACT 19 Mathematics ACT 19 or SAT 460 English with Writing Combined ACT Plus Writing 18 or SAT 440 Minimum HS GPA 2.5 Universities may establish higher admission standards than those listed above.
15 15 Thinking Ahead Required Courses Academic Rigor College Entrance Preparation Final Transcripts Major
16 16 What you don t know can hurt you!
17 17 College Fairs Senior Bulletin Board Senior Shelves
18 Florida College System to SUS 1. Start making a plan early - Understand the admission process at the transfer institution - Research the pre-requisite courses needed for the intended major: Some can and should be taken at the FSC prior to transfer 2. Take Transfer Orientation seriously Every institution is different and even though a student may have gone through the process at the FSC institution, they must learn the policies and requirements at the new institution 18
19 Senior Year Academic Rigor Important for seniors to take a rigorous senior year to better prepare themselves for college, also to be more competitive for admissions Students who take high school Pre- calculus or Calculus within one year of college Calculus 1 are far more successful. 19
20 Post Admissions Commitment Accept your scholarships and financial aid awards or verification documents, if needed. Make sure you apply for Bright Futures BEFORE graduation Pay housing and dining deposits. Send final high school transcript with your graduation documented. 20
21 Federal Financial Aid Course withdrawals do not go away--they affect the student s pace to graduation, which is one of the measures of eligibility for federal aid. Students thinking of withdrawal from their courses should check with the financial aid office to find out how it will affect their financial aid (and whether it might require them to pay some money back). 21
22 Applying Early and Adhering to Deadlines Apply early (August, Sept, Oct) of senior year. Allow extra time to get all necessary documents submitted to school (ACT/SAT scores, HS transcripts, etc). 22
23 PARENTS ROLE IN COLLEGE ADMISSION Parents should be effective time managers in helping their student get the admissions applications, scholarship applications, and honors or other special programmatic applications done in a timely manner. Parents should help their student think critically about the type of institutions that they desire to seek admission into with regard to size, academic reputation, and costs. Parents should begin to seek, become familiar with, and discuss available resources at the collegiate level. 23
24 24 University of Central Florida SAT M,R,W-600 ACT Summer ACT GPA $6368 Tuition and Fees
25 25 Florida Gulf Coast University Ft. Myers Florida State University Tallahassee University of Florida Gainesville University of South Florida Tampa University of West Florida Pensacola University of North Florida Jacksonville
26 26 Florida Polytechnic University Lakeland SAT M 670, R-640, W600 ACT 28 GPA 4.08 November 1- Early Application Deadline February 1-Priority Application $4,940
27 27 Lowest- Florida Polytech $4,940 Highest- New College of Florida $7,040
28 28 State Colleges
29 29 $ $4,000 Seminole State College Daytona State College
30 30 IT S TIME FOR A BREAK!!!!!
31 31 ACT and SAT Know Your Date!
32 32 ACT and SAT National achievement tests and college entrance exams like the ACT and SAT back up a student's GPA record and, along with a transcript of courses taken, tell a college virtually all it needs to know for admissions purposes.
33 33 Anticipate College Testing 11 th Grade 1 st Sem PSAT 2 nd Sem ACT/SAT Summer ACT/SAT 12 th Grade 1 st Sem ACT/SAT
34 34 New Formats PSAT 2015 SAT 2016
36 The first administration of the redesigned SAT will be in spring Today s 11th graders will primarily be the first to take the redesigned SAT.
37 About the Redesigned SAT *Please note: All time limits are tentative and subject to research.
38 SAT Scores and Subscores 38
39 39 Khan Academy Set Up Account Search for SAT Preparation
40 College Connection Students should answer "yes" to the Student Search Service question on their answer sheet when they take any College Board assessment Participation is completely voluntary Students may stop participating at any time by contacting Student Search Service
41 For More Information Visit: org
42 ACT Resources College Readiness Standards 42
43 ACT Writing Test Prompt provides context to an issue Presents 3 perspectives Students are asked to: Analyze and evaluate perspectives State and develop their own perspective Explain the relationship between own perspective and those provided Prompt provides guiding questions What insight do perspectives fail to consider? 43
44 ACT Writing Test (cont.) Student will receive scores in four areas (2-12 score range): Ideas and Analysis Development and Support Organization Language Use Overall Writing score will be on the 1-36 score scale 44
45 How else can a student demonstrate college readiness? College-Ready Scores SAT-1 Enhanced ACT Math Math 440 Math 19 Reading Verbal 440 Reading 19 Writing Verbal 440 English 17 State Board of Education Rule 6A , F.A.C.
49 49 Florida Academic Scholars Award (Subject to Change) Grade Point 3.5 SAT Score (minimum) ACT Score (minimum) Service Hours (Turn in hours)
50 50 Florida Medallion Scholars Award (Subject to Change) Grade Point 3.0 SAT Score (minimum) 1170 ACT Score (minimum) 26 Service Hours (Turn in hours) 75
51 51 ***Florida Bright Futures GPA calculations are not the same as ACS GPA calculations. The Florida Bright Futures Scholarships are based on the core subjects listed. Core Subjects: 4 math (Alg. I and above), 3 Natural Science (2 lab), 3 Social Science, 2 Foreign Language (sequential, in the same language), 4 English (substantial writing), online course Latest Test Date: By June 30
52 52 You must apply for the Bright Futures Scholarship after December of your senior year to be considered for the scholarship, but before graduation. You must also apply for FAFSA.
53 53 Check your award status. Keep your institution of choice updated to receive award money.
54 54 Remember Your scholarship can be rescinded due to poor second semester grades in your senior year. Determine your priorities. God Church Sports Work Studies
55 55 Seniors Learn how to manage money before you leave home. Practice using a budget. Find out how much items really cost. Pay for your own meals for a month.
56 56 Talk to your parents about funding. In state colleges Out of state colleges Textbook costs Travel costs Medical emergencies Entertainment
57 57 Don t miss out. Make a decision about college. Apply in August of your senior year. Look for scholarships your junior and senior year. Be realistic. Write a strong essay. Have it proofed.
58 58 What do we want you to remember? We love you. We care about you. We will pray for you.
59 59 Who do you want to be in ten years? Do you want Christ to be first in your life when you are 28 years old? Where are
60 60 HOW STRONG IS YOUR FOUNDATION? Keep God First In All That You Do. Visit Us And Stay In Touch.
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