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Students in grades 9-11: The PowerSchool Course Selection portal is now open! Please log into PowerSchool, locate the Course Selection tab and request the courses that you would like for next year. If you have any questions about this process, please reach out to your school counselor. The portal will close on Monday, February 24th.

Seniors: If you are still thinking of applying to Central Connecticut State University, you are in luck! They are waiving fees for applications filed in the month of February thanks to their “Have a Heart” fundraising campaign. To take advantage of this opportunity get your materials ready and submitted before time runs out.

Bristol Technical Education Center is holding an Open House on Thursday, March 5th from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Students entering grades 11 and 12 next year with an interest in technical programs such as precision manufacturing, culinary arts, mechatronics, automotive, HVAC, and welding can visit and learn more about the campus and what it offers. A flyer with more information is hanging in the Career Center.
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 12, 2020 at 10:24 AM
  

Students in grades 9-11: The PowerSchool Course Selection portal is now open! Please log into PowerSchool, locate the Course Selection tab and request the courses that you would like for next year. If you have any questions about this process, please reach out to your school counselor. The portal will close on Monday, February 24th.

Seniors: If you are still thinking of applying to Central Connecticut State University, you are in luck! They are waiving fees for applications filed in the month of February thanks to their “Have a Heart” fundraising campaign. To take advantage of this opportunity get your materials ready and submitted before time runs out.

Freshmen have an opportunity to apply now for a college scholarship through the Connecticut Higher Education Trust (CHET). To be eligible for the CHET Advance Scholarship you must be a high school freshman in Connecticut with a minimum GPA of 2.0 and intend to begin a higher education program no later than September 2024. There are two types of scholarships available – one that is a random drawing and another that requires a civic engagement assignment. For information on how to apply see the Career Center, your Social Studies teacher, or the scholarship database in Naviance. The deadline is March 12th.
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 11, 2020 at 8:57 AM
  

Are you a junior looking to prepare for the upcoming SAT? A five-week SAT Prep Course is being offered at SWHS starting TODAY, Monday, February 10th. Visit the high school website for more information and to sign up.

If you are still thinking of applying to Central Connecticut State University, you are in luck! They are waiving fees for applications filed in the month of February thanks to their “Have a Heart” fundraising campaign. To take advantage of this opportunity get your materials ready and submitted before time runs out.

Students in grades 9-11: The PowerSchool Course Selection portal will be open from Monday, February 10th through Monday, February 24th.  During this time, please log into PowerSchool, locate the Course Selection tab and request the courses that you would like for next year. If you have any questions about this process, please reach out to your school counselor.

Freshmen have an opportunity to apply now for a college scholarship through the Connecticut Higher Education Trust (CHET). To be eligible for the CHET Advance Scholarship you must be a high school freshman in Connecticut with a minimum GPA of 2.0 and intend to begin a higher education program no later than September 2024. There are two types of scholarships available – one that is a random drawing and another that requires a civic engagement assignment. For information on how to apply see the Career Center, your Social Studies teacher, or the scholarship database in Naviance. The deadline is March 12th.
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 10, 2020 at 8:53 AM
  

Any students who missed the fall registration window to receive MCC credit for their College Career Pathways classes at South Windsor High School have a second chance to create a Banner ID. MCC’s registration portal has re-opened but it closes TONIGHT. This will be your LAST chance to establish an MCC Banner ID, which is required in order to earn college credits for any MCC articulated classes you take this year and in the future. If you need another step-by-step guide for registration, please see Mr. Leon or Mrs. Carty in School Counseling.

Students who are interested in becoming electricians are encouraged to apply to the Hartford Electricians and Joint Apprenticeship Training program at their office in Hartford TODAY. The office will have extended hours in the afternoon and evening. Interested students need to be at least 17 years old, graduating from high school in June, and have one year of Algebra with a passing grade. For more information, please see the flyer in the Career Center.

Are you a junior looking to prepare for the upcoming SAT? A five-week SAT Prep Course is being offered at SWHS starting Monday, February 10th. Visit the high school website for more information and to sign up.

If you are thinking of applying to Central Connecticut State University, you are in luck! They are waiving fees for applications filed in the month of February thanks to their “Have a Heart” fundraising campaign. To take advantage of this opportunity get your materials ready and submitted before time runs out.

Students in grades 9-11: The PowerSchool Course Selection portal will be open from Monday, February 10th through Monday, February 24th.  During this time, please log into PowerSchool, locate the Course Selection tab and request the courses that you would like for next year. If you have any questions about this process, please reach out to your school counselor.
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 07, 2020 at 8:55 AM
  

Are you a junior looking to prepare for the upcoming SAT? A five-week SAT Prep Course is being offered at SWHS starting February 10th. Visit the high school website for more information and to sign up.

UConn Orthopedics & Sports Medicine is excited to announce an Inspiring Women in Engineering & Medicine (IWEM) workshop for 10th to 12th grade females. It will take place on Saturday, February 22nd at the Musculoskeletal Institute at UConn Health in Farmington, Connecticut. This will be a FREE, four-hour hands-on workshop and participants will get to perform 3 different mock orthopaedic surgeries and hear from prominent women surgeons and interact with other successful women in the medical field, such as engineers, physical therapist and advanced practicing registered nurses. The deadline to APPLY is TODAY, February 6th!!! Click here for more information and to apply: http://www.drcoyner.com/iwem.html

Any students who missed the fall registration window to receive MCC credit for their College Career Pathways classes at South Windsor High School have a second chance to create a Banner ID. MCC’s registration portal has now re-opened for a limited time until February 7th. This will be your LAST chance to establish an MCC Banner ID, which is required in order to earn college credits for any MCC articulated classes you take this year and in the future. If you need another step-by-step guide for registration, please see Mr. Leon or Mrs. Carty in School Counseling.

Students who are interested in becoming electricians are encouraged to apply to the Hartford Electricians and Joint Apprenticeship Training program at their office in Hartford by February 7th. The office will have extended hours in the afternoon and evening on Friday, February 7th. Interested students need to be at least 17 years old, graduating from high school in June, and have one year of Algebra with a passing grade. For more information, please see the flyer in the Career Center.

A representative from Kean University will be in the Career Center on Friday, February 7th at 11:45 a.m. to meet with students who would like to learn more about their programs and admission process.

Students in grades 9-11: The PowerSchool Course Selection portal will be open from February 10th through February 24th.  During this time, please log into PowerSchool, locate the Course Selection tab and request the courses that you would like for next year. If you have any questions about this process, please reach out to your school counselor.

If you are still thinking of applying to Central Connecticut State University, you are in luck! They are waiving fees for applications filed in the month of February thanks to their “Have a Heart” fundraising campaign. To take advantage of this opportunity get your materials ready and submitted before time runs out.
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 06, 2020 at 9:07 AM
  

Are you a junior looking to prepare for the upcoming SAT? A five-week SAT Prep Course is being offered at SWHS starting February 10th. Visit the high school website for more information and to sign up.

UConn Orthopedics & Sports Medicine is excited to announce an Inspiring Women in Engineering & Medicine (IWEM) workshop for 10th to 12th grade females. It will take place on Saturday, February 22nd at the Musculoskeletal Institute at UConn Health in Farmington, Connecticut. This will be a FREE, four-hour hands-on workshop and participants will get to perform 3 different mock orthopaedic surgeries and hear from prominent women surgeons and interact with other successful women in the medical field, such as engineers, physical therapist and advanced practicing registered nurses. The deadline to APPLY is February 6th!!! Click here for more information and to apply: http://www.drcoyner.com/iwem.html

Any students who missed the fall registration window to receive MCC credit for their College Career Pathways classes at South Windsor High School have a second chance to create a Banner ID. MCC’s registration portal has now re-opened for a limited time until February 7th. This will be your LAST chance to establish an MCC Banner ID, which is required in order to earn college credits for any MCC articulated classes you take this year and in the future. If you need another step-by-step guide for registration, please see Mr. Leon or Mrs. Carty in School Counseling.

Students who are interested in becoming electricians are encouraged to apply to the Hartford Electricians and Joint Apprenticeship Training program at their office in Hartford by February 7th. The office will have extended hours in the afternoon and evening on Friday, February 7th. Interested students need to be at least 17 years old, graduating from high school in June, and have one year of Algebra with a passing grade. For more information, please see the flyer in the Career Center.

A representative from Kean University will be in the Career Center on Friday, February 7th at 11:45 a.m. to meet with students who would like to learn more about their programs and admission process.

Bristol Technical Education Center is holding an Open House on Thursday, March 5th from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Students entering grades 11 and 12 next year with an interest in technical programs such as precision manufacturing, culinary arts, mechatronics, automotive, HVAC, and welding can visit and learn more about the campus and what it offers. A flyer with more information is hanging in the Career Center.
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 05, 2020 at 9:47 AM
  

Are you a junior looking to prepare for the upcoming SAT?  A five week SAT Prep Course is being offered at SWHS starting February 10.  Visit the high school website for more information and to sign up.

UConn Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine is excited to announce an Inspiring Women in Engineering & Medicine (IWEM) workshop for 10th to 12th grade females. It will take place on Saturday, February 22nd at the Musculoskeletal Institute at UConn Health in Farmington, Connecticut. This will be a FREE, four-hour hands-on workshop and participants will get to perform 3 different mock orthopaedic surgeries and hear from prominent women surgeons and interact with other successful women in the medical field, such as engineers, physical therapist and advanced practicing registered nurses. The deadline to APPLY is February 6th!!! Click here for more information and to apply: http://www.drcoyner.com/iwem.html

 Students who are interested in becoming electricians are encouraged to apply to the Hartford Electricians and Joint Apprenticeship Training program at their office in Hartford by February 7th. The office will have extended hours in the afternoon and evening on Friday, February 7th. Interested students need to be at least 17 years old, graduating from high school in June, and have one year of Algebra with a passing grade. For more information, please see the flyer in the Career Center.

Any students who missed the fall registration window to receive MCC credit for their College Career Pathways classes at South Windsor High School have a second chance to create a Banner ID. MCC’s registration portal has now re-opened for a limited time until February 7th. This will be your LAST chance to establish an MCC Banner ID, which is required in order to earn college credits for any MCC articulated classes you take this year and in the future. If you need another step-by-step guide for registration, please see Mr. Leon or Mrs. Carty in School Counseling.
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 04, 2020 at 10:00 AM
  

Students who are interested in becoming electricians are encouraged to apply to the Hartford Electricians and Joint Apprenticeship Training program at their office in Hartford by February 7th. The office will have extended hours in the afternoon and evening on Friday, February 7th. Interested students need to be at least 17 years old, graduating from high school in June, and have one year of Algebra with a passing grade. For more information, please see the flyer in the Career Center.

Any students who missed the fall registration window to receive MCC credit for their College Career Pathways classes at South Windsor High School have a second chance to create a Banner ID. MCC’s registration portal has now re-opened for a limited time until February 7th. This will be your LAST chance to establish an MCC Banner ID, which is required in order to earn college credits for any MCC articulated classes you take this year and in the future. If you need another step-by-step guide for registration, please see Mr. Leon or Mrs. Carty in School Counseling.

Freshmen have an opportunity to apply now for a college scholarship through the Connecticut Higher Education Trust (CHET). To be eligible for the CHET Advance Scholarship you must be a high school freshman in Connecticut with a minimum GPA of 2.0 and intend to begin a higher education program no later than September 2024. There are two types of scholarships available – one that is a random drawing and another that requires a civic engagement assignment. For information on how to apply see the Career Center, your Social Studies teacher, or the scholarship database in Naviance. The deadline is March 12th.
Posted by cdoherty  On Feb 03, 2020 at 8:59 AM
  

Students who are interested in becoming electricians are encouraged to apply to the Hartford Electricians and Joint Apprenticeship Training program at their office in Hartford by February 7th. The office will have extended hours in the afternoon and evening tonight, Friday, January 31st and Friday, February 7th. Interested students need to be at least 17 years old, graduating from high school in June, and have one year of Algebra with a passing grade. For more information, please see the flyer in the Career Center.

Although the deadline has passed for the largest group of scholarships through the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, there are still individual scholarships available from the foundation. Two scholarships designated ONLY for South Windsor students are the Julie Veilleux Scholarship for senior girls and the Joyce Picard Scholarship for students pursuing careers in STEM or health related fields. Both scholarships have February 1st deadlines and can be found in Naviance.

Any students who missed the fall registration window to receive MCC credit for their College Career Pathways classes at South Windsor High School have a second chance to create a Banner ID. MCC’s registration portal has now re-opened for a limited time until February 7th. This will be your LAST chance to establish an MCC Banner ID, which is required in order to earn college credits for any MCC articulated classes you take this year and in the future. If you need another step-by-step guide for registration, please see Mr. Leon or Mrs. Carty in School Counseling.
Posted by cdoherty  On Jan 31, 2020 at 8:50 AM
  

Jack the Collie and his friend Skye the Golden Retriever will be in the Career Center today during lunch waves. Come by and say hello.

Students who are interested in becoming electricians are encouraged to apply to the Hartford Electricians and Joint Apprenticeship Training program between January 27th and February 7th at their office in Hartford. The office will have extended hours in the afternoon and evening on Friday, January 31st and Friday, February 7th. Interested students need to be at least 17 years old, graduating from high school in June, and have one year of Algebra with a passing grade. For more information, please see the flyer in the Career Center.

Although the deadline has passed for the largest group of scholarships through the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, there are still individual scholarships available from the foundation. Two scholarships designated ONLY for South Windsor students are the Julie Veilleux Scholarship for senior girls and the Joyce Picard Scholarship for students pursuing careers in STEM or health related fields. Both scholarships have February 1st deadlines and can be found in Naviance.

Any students who missed the fall registration window to receive MCC credit for their College Career Pathways classes at South Windsor High School have a second chance to create a Banner ID. MCC’s registration portal has now re-opened for a limited time until February 7th. This will be your LAST chance to establish an MCC Banner ID, which is required in order to earn college credits for any MCC articulated classes you take this year and in the future. If you need another step-by-step guide for registration, please see Mr. Leon or Mrs. Carty in School Counseling.

Freshmen have an opportunity to apply now for a college scholarship through the Connecticut Higher Education Trust (CHET). To be eligible for the CHET Advance Scholarship you must be a high school freshman in Connecticut with a minimum GPA of 2.0 and intend to begin a higher education program no later than September 2024. There are two types of scholarships available – one that is a random drawing and another that requires a civic engagement assignment. For information on how to apply see the Career Center, your Social Studies teacher, or the scholarship database in Naviance. The deadline is March 12th.
Posted by cdoherty  On Jan 30, 2020 at 9:31 AM
  
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