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NOTEWORTHY INFORMATION & CURRENT EVENTS
CEEB Code 430-525
  
                                                  

Would you like updates on deadlines and other counseling related events?  Sign up for our reminder service based on

your graduation date!  It is important you text the proper code to get reminders that are beneficial to your grade level!

Class of 2014: text @jchs2014 to (858)375-1726 or email jchs2014@remind101.com

Class of 2015: text @jchs2015 to (858)375-1726 or email jchs2015@remind101.com

Class of 2016: text @jchs2016 to (858)375-1726 or email jchs2016@remind101.com

ALL STANDARD TEXT MESSAGE RATES APPLY!

 

Click here for WSCC specific Dual Enrollment related information!

 

Washington University in St. Louis - Prospective Student meeting for students and parents

Hilton Garden Inn Knoxville West/Cedar Bluff Sept. 15, 2013 4 p.m.-5 p.m. call 800-638-0700 for more information

 

Mississippi State University - Fall Preview Days October 14th and 28th.  Cost is $10 per person and space is

limited.  Please contact Lindsey Storey for more information and to RSVP.

 

Exploring College Options Session - September 22, 2013 at Knoxville Marriott 7:30 pm

www.exploringcollegeoptions.org

 

Covenant College - Campus Preview Weekends October 3-5, 2013 & March 27-29, 2014

Email RSVP or call 888-451-2683

 

Colgate University - Saturdays@College September 7, 14, 21, 28; October 5, 19, 26;

November 2, 9; December 7 10 am-12:30 pm Register

 

University of Virginia - Evening Program Information Session September 9, 2013 at 7 pm at the

Bishop center Webb School of Knoxville

 

       TN Transfer logo
The 13 community colleges, 6 universities of the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR), and Tennessee Independent Colleges and Universities Association (TICUA) in conjunction with the 3 undergraduate schools of UT have collaborated to create 50 pathways guaranteeing transition from a two-year to a four-year degree. Click on the link above to see how you can transfer from a community college to a four-year institution successfully!

Here is a thought-provoking article passed on to me by High School Counselor Week.  
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Check out College for TN to find out more about high school planning, postsecondary planning and career information

  Students have access to college, career, and scholarship information running on a monitor over the counseling office daily.  Please encourage your student to check the monitors frequently! 

The Dual enrollment grant application must be completed online at http://tennessee.gov/collegepays/mon_college/dual_enroll_grant_rules.htm

FREE test prep website added to the testing page and
Want to know more about ROTC programs check the colleges page!

There are new links for college searches and new links for parent resources

Finding money for college is a challenge for all.  Check out this new federal publications PowerPoint for tips and information.  GO

New link with planning information you can start to use in middle school!  Knowhow2go.org
Later you can find this information on the student page!

Visit NextStepU for college planning, scholarship information, and tips for high school and college!

Student Athletes be sure to register with NCAA to play sports in college! 
Visit NCAA for more information.

Check out the Colleges link for a listing of schools within a 3 hour radius!
 

Alumni call the counseling office (865-397-7382) to have your transcript sent to the school of your choice. 

*Please note there is a $1 charge for transcripts beyond the first four courtesy copies.*
 


This information is provided as a resource and is believed to be true and updated.  The website links worked at the time of creation but are not guaranteed to work due to the changing nature of the internet. 
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This site developed to meet the counseling framework provided in the 
Tennessee School Counselor and Career Guidance Standards

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