Info for Seniors


Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District

Info for Seniors

College Going Info


The Senior Scene Newsletter includes important information about college planning/application process and scholarships.  It is published monthly by the Guidance Department.

 Senior Project
All seniors who meet the academic and attendance requirements are invited to participate in the 2018 Senior Project, May 1-23.

This is an excellent opportunity for seniors to design a project that interests them and will add to their knowledge in a specific field of study.

The Senior Project Packet includes instructions, timeline and the application. Hard copies of the packet are available in the senior class office, #220.

Members of the Senior Project Committee are available to answer questions about the senior project.

Committee members are: Joy Henderson, Claudene McCoy, Jill Pompei, Katie Strine and Shawn Washington. 

Senior class principal Jane Simeri coordinates the Senior Project. 

College Conferences

Who May Attend?

Seniors and juniors may attend the college conferences. All students must pick up a College Conference Permission Form from the College/Scholarship Zone (The Zone) room 132, the form must be completed; it will be used as their pass into the conference. If a conference is held during a student's class the student must ask the teacher if he/she may miss the class. If the teacher grants the student permission to attend the conference, the form must be signed by that teacher.

Be Selective

  • Have some knowledge of the college prior to the conference
  • Will it meet your criteria...major, size, location?
  • Do you meet admissions qualifications? Does your profile match the college?
  • Will it be a highly selective choice for you, classified as a reach, or a safety college?

Students, parents, and staff may use the Zone to obtain information on the colleges.

The schedule is updated on a daily basis in Naviance.

Fee Waivers
A parent or guardian must complete a Family Income Statement Form to determine a student's eligibility for a fee waiver, Also, students who are enrolled in AVID 3 or AVID 4 are eligible for fee waivers. 

NACAC college application waivers
NCAA Clearinghouse registration

In addition, students who register with a SAT fee waiver and take the exam will receive four college application fee waivers from the College Board.

Senior Family Info Meetings
  • Senior Parent Meeting: Tuesday, September 4,  6:30 p.m. in the auditorium. This meeting includes a review of Naviance, college selection and the college application process.  Slide show presented in the meeting.
  • Financial Aid Info Night: Wednesday, October 3, 6:30 p.m. in the mini auditorium. Guest speaker Jeff Johnston, Ohio Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators & CHHS Alum ’85 will discuss the process for applying and receiving financial aid for college. The presentation will include: guidelines used by colleges for financial aid, types of financial aid, how to apply for financial aid and completing the FAFSA financial aid form. The program is sponsored by the guidance department. Slide Show 
  • Scholarship Awareness: Wednesday, October 3, 7:00 p.m. in the mini auditorium. The presentation is an overview of types of available scholarships, tips on searching for scholarships, and the scholarship application process. Slide show  for meeting.

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