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College Preparation by grade

8th GRADE YEAR

  • Develop and practice daily study habits. You are best served to understand and practice these before entering high school. Middle school students have time learn these skills. In high school, the ...more

FRESHMAN YEAR

  • Attend EHS Soar Day in early August to learn basic high school logistics like following your class schedule, meeting your teachers and counselor, finding your locker, and taking a campus tour.
  • Review ...more

SOPHOMORE YEAR

FALL

  • Review your high school course selections and activity plans.
  • Take the PSAT in October.Taking the PSAT as a sophomore does not count as the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT); it ...more

JUNIOR YEAR

AUGUST

  • Review your high school course selections and activity plans.
  • Keep in mind that colleges look for the following:
    • Challenging coursework (Advanced Placement, Honors, and Dual Credit course ...more

SENIOR YEAR

AUGUST

  • Review your course schedule to make sure it fits into your academic plan and post-secondary goals.
  • Narrow your college choices to approximately 5-12 universities/colleges (at least one of which ...more