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Volleyball Summer Camp
Attention Schlagle Ladies!
Summer Volleyball Camp
will be held at Schlagle
From June 27-June 30
1:00pm to 4:00pm
$30.00 cash due on June 27
Must have the following:
Athletic wear t-shirt, shorts, athletic shoes (prefer Volleyball shoes) water bottle, knee pads.
The next dates for Harvesters are:
May 17th from 3:00pm to 4:00pm
May 31st from 1:00pm to 2:00pm
and June 14th from 1:00pm to 2:00pm
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After School Program
2:30-4:30 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
Rooms 235, 236, 238
Come for the:
Credit Recovery (e2020)
Small Group Conversation
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Fort Hays State University will be recognizing students from our high school and others in the area who have been accepted to and offered scholarships to FHSU on Sunday, February 21, 2016 at 1:30 p.m. at the Doubletree Hotel, 10100 College Blvd, Overland Park, KS.
During the reception, university faculty and administrators will be there to visit and answer any questions. If you are a junior or senior who may be interested in FHSU, you are encouraged to attend the reception to further explore the opportunities awaiting you at FHSU.
If you plan to attend the reception, please RSVP by telephone at (785) 628-5673 or toll-free at 1-800-628-FHSU by Wednesday, February 17, 2016.
Fort Hays State University is proud to announce the first annual Hispanic College Institute (HCI) offered in the state of Kansas.
This is a new and unique opportunity to assist high school sophomore and junior Hispanic and Latino students to pursue their educational and personal goals. The FHSU Hispanic College Institute will be held June 22-25, 2016 on the Fort Hays State Unviersity campus and is open to all 2017 and 2018 high school grads regardless of their future college destination. It is a 4-day/3-night program uniquely designed to serve our future leaders of Kansas. Hispanic and Latino professionals from across the United States will be participating as mentors, role models, and presenters for the 150 students selected to attend.
The FREE institute will give students the opportunity to gain skills in a variety of areas:
- Critical thinking
- Professional development and networking
- Confidence building
- College admissions and financial processes
- Building and fostering a supportive community
If you are interested in applying, please visit the first attached link. The application deadline is April 1, 2016. Please, contact (785) 628-5666 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
The United States Military Academy at West Point (USMA) offers top students who meet their standards of academic achievement, physical fitness, and moral character, the exceptional opportunity to:
- receive a four-year education from an institution that consistently ranks among America's top colleges
- benefit from a fully funded undergraduate education, including tuition, room and board, medical and dental care, and a monthly salary
Graduates of USMA have guaranteed careers as commissioned officers in the U.S. Army. Many graduates have gone on to enjoy fulfilling and well-paid military and civilian careers after completing their service.
FRESHMEN and SOPHOMORES may request a brochure that explains how you can best prepare for applying to USMA at the first attached link.
JUNIORS may begin the application process now at the second attached link.
Students should start early if your goal is to attend the United States Military Academy at West Point.
If you are interested in taking independent tours/visits to colleges that may be of interest to you, please check out the attached links.
Attached are two very important flyers in regards to the FAFSA. Please, note that you and/or your parents' 2015 tax information is required for completion.
Please, review and see Mrs. Howell in the College & Career Center if you have any questions.
Attached are the links of several websites that you may find helpful as you try to secure funding sources for college.
If you are looking for SCHOLARSHIPS, check out Tuition Funding Sources.
If you are looking for general information regarding FINANCIAL AID, check out Financial Aid Journey in 5 Videos and Budgeting for College Students.
Below is information regarding the application process for the Air Force Academy for interested students. It really starts during the junior year, so please, if you are interested, read the information below.
Find an Admissions Advisor by Region
If you or your students have questions or want more information about the Air Force Academy, please contact your area's admissions advisor, as well as the Admissions Liaison Officer (ALO) who lives in your community for your school. You can find those contacts here.
Click here for all the application steps and a link to a smart phone app checklist.
The Nomination Process
To be eligible to accept an offer of appointment to the Academy, applicants must be nominated by a legally authorized nominating entity. The process of securing a nomination is competitive and lengthy. It is recommended that students begin applying for a nomination at the same time that they are completing their Pre-Candidate Questionnaire.
Read more about Nominations to determine the categories for which your students are eligible, then they should contact their appropriate nominating authority to make their request. Students should request a nomination in all categories for which they are eligible, and do so as early as possible.
The deadlines of nominating sources vary and could be as soon as early September. Regardless of when they initiate their process, nomination's must be received by the Academy no later than January 31. As a reminder, the application processes and deadlines are separate for the nominations processes and deadlines.
During a Student's Junior Year
Junior year is when the application process to the Academy truly begins. Students will start by filling out the Pre-Candidate Questionnaire, which becomes available online March 1 every year and starts the application process.
Between March 1 of their junior year and December 31 of their senior year, they must submit a completed Pre-Candidate Questionnaire. When a student is ready to begin the application, they can visit the Pre-Candidate Questionnaire online.
Between March 1 of their junior year and December 31 of their senior year, they must also request nominations from their state’s congressional representative(s) or other designated nominators.
NOTE: As with any top university, competition for admission to the Academy is extremely high. In addition to applying to the Academy, their college application strategy should include a backup plan. To pursue an interest in the Air Force, they may also wish to request and submit an application for Air Force ROTC.
Who do Students Talk to?
On select dates throughout the year, representatives from the United States Air Force Academy participate in college fairs, visit high schools or speak at community centers across the nation. These events are great opportunities to learn more about what the Academy has to offer.
The majority of our events are held in the fall and spring, with fewer events in the summer months. To learn more about the Academy, check for an event that may be convenient to you and your students.
The United States Air Force Academy strives to create a highly qualified and truly diverse cadet wing at the Academy each year. We are looking to expand our applicant pool across individual characteristics defined by our diversity definition, that include:
- Personal life experiences, including having overcome adversity by personal efforts
- Geographic background, such as region, rural, suburban, urban
- Socioeconomic and educational background, such as academic excellence and/or whether an individual would be a first generation college student
- Cultural knowledge and language abilities, with particular emphasis on cultures and languages of strategic importance to the Air Force
- Work background, including prior enlisted service
- Physical abilities, including athletic prowess
- Age, though applicants must be within statutory parameters for academy attendance
In addition to race, ethnicity, and gender. If you have a student who comes from a diverse background in terms of race, ethnicity, or gender, or if their background includes diverse experiences, knowledge or abilities, if they seek an education that is on par with highly selective colleges and universities, and have a desire to service, please have them consider the United States Air Force Academy and become familiar with our application process and admissions requirements. One of our admissions goals is to ensure that students are aware of the opportunities at your United States Air Force Academy. USAFA Admissions hires newly graduated USAF officers responsible to admissions, outreach and mentoring activities. These admissions advisors are dedicated to spreading the word about their Academy experience, education and the opportunities afforded by the United States Air Force Academy.
Summer Seminar: Summer Seminar offers a unique opportunity to experience the Air Force Academy first-hand. It is specially designed for high school juniors heading into their senior year to get a realistic perspective of cadet life. Students will live in the dormitories, eat at the Academy’s dining facility, explore the various academic/military programs and courses that the Academy has to offer, and participate in a variety of different physical fitness activities (to include a practice CFA). The application is open from 1 December 2015 to 15 January 2016, and it is free to apply. There are two sessions: 12-17 June 2016 and 19-24 June 2016. Student may apply here.
STEM Engineering and Construction Camp: This camp is designed to provide high school students with a world-class experience in STEM skills following a "Build the Design" model. This one week program is supervised and led by engineers and located at the U.S. Air Force Academy. The program runs from 7-13 July 2016. Learn more information or apply now.
Summer Sports Camps: We offer Summer Falcon Sports Camps for student 8 to 18 who want to participate in numerous sports and are led by our very own head coaches! Click here for additional information.
If you have students who are interested in pursuing an appointment to the United States Air Force Academy and plan to visit the campus, they may wish to participate in an escorted tour and admissions briefing. Offered during the academic year to middle school, high school, and post-high school students, tours can help individuals gain a deeper understanding of the AF Academy environment. Escorted tours are conducted Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays during the academic year. Generally starting the first week of September through mid-May, we require reservations 14 days in advance. We also offer Game Day tours. After the tour participants will be allowed to purchase discounted tickets to cheer on our AF Falcons for football, hockey, and men’s and women’s basketball. For more on available dates for both tours, please go here or call 1-800-443-3864.