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Summer School 2017

Need Summer School? After 5/25/17 summer school registration will be at APS City Center offices (6400 Uptown Blvd. NE).  Payments can be made at the time of registration.

Summer School dates and times are:

  • Semester 1  June 5 - June 23, 2107 (15 days)
  • Semester 2  June 27 - July 19, 2017 (15 days -- no classes Mon. and Tues. July 3 and 4 in observance of Independence Day Holiday)

Session Times

  • AM Session  7:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
  • PM Session  12:45 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
  • PE courses are only offered in the AM Session

Please see the APS website for more details at http://www.aps.edu/summer-programs/2017-high-school-summer-school-

Final Transcripts for Class of 2017

Seniors, still need to order a final transcript for your college? You have 2 options:
1) Create a free account and order one at Parchment.com

2) Contact EHS Registrar, Ms. Carol Ellis, at ellis_cl@aps.edu to see when she'll be in the office this summer, and order one in person from her.

College Fairs: Fall 2017

The College Days Fair on Wed., Sept. 20, 2017 in the AM at EHS:  an opportunity for seniors & juniors to meet with representatives from ALL in-state New Mexico colleges & universities, along with a small group of out-of-state schools and military representatives. This traveling fair comes to many NM high schools, and we won't know who's participating until this September. All juniors & seniors will visit the fair with their classes that morning. 

Save the Date!  The New Mexico College Fair at ABQ is NM's largest & most comprehensive college fair, with admissions representatives from over 130 colleges. The Fair will be Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017 at the Albuquerque Convention Center. Dates & details to be posted in this space in early fall. All grades & family members welcome! Colleges participating will be posted here in the fall: http://rmacac.org/college-fairs/fall-albuquerque-nm/

PREPARE FOR COLLEGE FAIRS!  Visiting college fairs is an excellent opportunity for students and their families to talk with representatives from colleges & universities from across the country. To maximize efficiency -- in other words, work smarter, not harder -- you can preregister for either or both of these NM college fairs here ( https://register.gotocollegefairs.com/Registration/StateSelect )
You'll generate a barcode that contains your name, email, address and some basic personal information You can access this barcode on your smart phone or print it out and bring it with you to the fair(s); reps from colleges you're interested in can quickly scan your bar code and voila, they can mail/email you information and keep you updated, and you don't have to take the time to fill out information cards at every table.

ap exam results

AP exam results will be available here (https://apscore.collegeboard.org/scores) on July 8. Students should check the inside front cover of their AP Student Pack (the booklet with the labels in it) for detailed instructions on how to create a College Board account and check scores. AP questions? Contact Valerie Velhagen: velhagen@aps.edu

fafsa: it's never too late to fill it out!

What is the FAFSA, and how & when do we fill it out? The Free Application for Federal Student Aid -- FAFSA -- is an online application for federal government aid for college. Colleges use the FAFSA ...more

ACT & SAT 2016-17

Click on the tab at left for ACT & SAT dates and registration info.
Eldorado is NOT a test site for the ACT or the SAT. When you register online, you will select a local test site convenient to you.
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College Advice

Click here for a college counseling website interview with Ms. Velhagen.

For college search websites and advice, click the "College Resources" and "College Preparation" links at left.  
For career information and links to career interest inventories, see "Career Resources" link at left.

bridge and lottery scholarships: how do they work??

See FAQs below!  

careers with ABQ Police department

Considering a career on the police force?  Police Service Aides are paid $14.12/hour to assist police officers, and along the way are trained in the process to enroll in the Police Academy when old enough.  You can qualify to apply for the PSA Program at age 18 with your high school diploma.  Click here for information. 

class of 2016 scholarships & postsecondary plans

The Eldorado Class of 2016 was offered over $10,275,000 in scholarship awards!

Our grads will attending the following 4-year colleges:

Adams State University
Allegheny College
Arizona State ...more

STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS

Considering studying abroad?  We have information on several international programs. Ask your counselor for details.

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