Info for Juniors


Cleveland Heights-University Heights City School District

Info for Juniors

Info for Juniors

Meetings for Juniors and their Parents
February 1, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.: Scheduling Night for the 2018-19 school year, 11th & 12th Grade
The guidance counselors will also host scheduling info meetings for students during the school day.
February 7, 6:30 p.m. – 7:30.p.m.: College Credit Plus Night
This meeting is for students and parents
College Planning for Juniors

The Guidance Department will host Parent College Presentation Meeting for parents of 11th grade students on Wednesday, March 28, 2018, 6:30-8 p.m. in the Auditorium. The meeting included information about college selection, application and financial aid. Students are welcome to attend with their parents.  See the slide show used at the meeting. The school counselors will also hold college info meetings for students during the school day.

During the weeks of May 7 and May 13, the school counselors did a second college info presentation with the juniors to assure that the students understood the importance of researching colleges and scholarships, through Naviance, over the summer.  This is the updated slide show used at the presentation. 

College Entrance Tests

All college-bound juniors should take the ACT and/or SAT in the Spring of 2018. Printed registration materials are available in the Heights High College/Scholarship Zone; registration is also available on the following websites:



There are costs and deadlines associated with these colleges entrance exams. See the websites or registration booklets for specific information.

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.

Student Digital Footprint

When students use Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram and Twitter, they are building a digital footprint that may last a lifetime. A digital footprint is the data trail left from digital interactions.

With regards to the web and internet, an important consideration for students is the online persona they create for themselves and its possible implications. The information students share online can be viewed by college admissions officers and future employers.

Students can inform themselves about how to build a positive online footprint while in high school.

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