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The CSDE has teamed up with the College Board to launch a supplemental pool of scholarship funds available to Connecticut students from lower-income families starting with the class of 2020. As of June 1, 2019, Connecticut students from lower income-families who join the national College Board Opportunity Scholarships program are eligible for an additional $40,000 in scholarships per year.

The additional scholarships available to Connecticut students will be awarded monthly through random drawings among all eligible students, beginning with the class of 2020.

Additionally, all students can earn a chance for scholarships ranging from $500 to $2,000 by completing steps on the path to college. Doing all six steps will earn students a chance for $40,000 for their college education. More information about the College Board Opportunity Scholarships can be found at cb.org/opportunity.
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 18, 2019 at 3:11 PM
  

The School Counseling department is offering a program where students meet as small groups in the School Counseling Office to talk about teenage stress, and how to recognize and react in stressful situations. If interested, please see Mr. Wry or your School Counselor.

Students who borrowed a calculator for the PSAT test, but accidentally kept them, please return them to School Counseling.

Seniors applying to colleges with November 1st deadlines please be aware that Friday, October 18th is the last day to submit your Academic Records Request form to School Counseling in order to meet your deadline.

For students enrolled in any MCC articulated classes at South Windsor High School, it is now time to make sure you register for a Banner ID if you do not already have one from a previous class. You will have until Thursday, October 31st to do so. Registration is free and any credits earned will also be free. Please see Mr. Leon or Mrs. Carty in School Counseling if you have any questions about this very important process.
Posted by cdoherty  On Oct 18, 2019 at 9:27 AM