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Waynesville High School

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GRADUATION INFORMATION

*Please check back often for updated documents pertaining to the class of 2020.

 

Graduation Guide 2020

Download Graduation Timeline 2020

Download Senior Bulletin - 2020

*more details below

 

 

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GRADUATION TIMELINE 

Senior Year College Planning Timeline and Graduation Information

(downloadable version at top of page)

 

Focus on studies! Colleges may request senior year semester grades and will receive final transcript.

Activities - Add activities, service, and awards to your resume - Update it!

  • Get involved in school activities; complete volunteer work- Very important for Scholarships that come about mostly in January and after.
  • Give to Mrs. Shinkle – Upload into your Career Google Classroom or drop off. It is needed to write a Letter of recommendation for you if you desire one!

REMIND APP:  Make sure you are signed up for the REMIND To: 81010   Message: @grade2020

  • CCP Student? Make sure you are on the CCP remind: To: 81010   Message: @ashink
  • We recommend parents to sign up for REMIND as well.

Google Classroom - Check your Career Character Ed Google Classroom once a week! YES, we are still using this! Assignment #27) Upload your ResumeNo it will not be graded, but it allows me to have that information for Letter of Recommendation.

  • Important announcements about College Open Houses, Job Shadowing Opportunities, Employment opportunities, Military Information etc.
  • Your parents can be added to this Google classroom as well! Invite them.

Conference - Attend Individual Senior Conference with academic counselor (held during 1st Semester).  You will be notified personally to attend typically out of Study Hall. We will double check requirements met/honors diploma/etc.  

Complete college applications (online):  When applying to colleges make sure you pay attention to deadlines. Student responsible for completing all sections/supplemental of application and knowing important deadlines regarding early decision, early action, regular admissions

  • Early Action- (Automatic/Academic Merit-Based) Nov. 1 or Dec.1 are a typical deadline
  • Early Decision - 100% commitment; Nov. 1 or Dec.1 are a typical deadline
  • Rolling Admission –Deadline to apply usually May1.     

Once you have completed the Online Application (that is NOT tied to the Common App) ...Turn in Request for Transcript to academic counselor.

  • HOW? Go to HS Office ask for the College Transcript Clip Board. 
    •    Fill it out:  Your Name/College/Sign

If you use the Common Application on the web https://www.commonapp.org/ , you DO NOT need to Request a Transcript on the Clip Board – Counselor will get a personal email from Common App asking for the transcript.  Use this Information to fill out the guidance counselor information section: Abby Shinkle,  Counselorashinkle@wayne-local.com

Senior English classes will go over Common App information as well as college essays. If you are only applying to 1 or 2 colleges, the Common App may not be for you.

  • Your ACT scores need to be sent directly to your college of choice and NCAA from ACT.org
  • Your AP scores need to be sent directly to your college of choice from collegeboard.org
  • Your college credit from CCP need to be sent directly to your college of choice from the college you earned credit from – Go to their website and “request transcripts”.

Scholarships - Research/apply for available scholarships through college/university- Typically Dec 1 deadline for automatic/merit-based and/or other special scholarships.

Look at WHS Website for Local Scholarship Updates –Posted under College Information Scholarships 

  • Helpful Hint – Make a general spreadsheet of all the Scholarships posted and write them down with the deadline or ad them to your calendar!
  • Helpful Hint – Gather your information now – Such as resume, community service, leadership roles. All of this will be important to add to your scholarship essays so begin to organize that information now.
  • Helpful Hint – Make sure you are signed up for the WHS Scholarship Remind for Scholarship postings.  To: 81010   Message: @msjoe13

There is a Scholarship Clip Board in the HS Office as well. Please sign your name and date when you turn in your Scholarships that go to WHS. 

Look for “Other” Scholarships outside of the WHS area: example:  Taco Bell, 4-H, Companies your parents may be involved with, etc. May be worth to check the out!

ACT and/or SAT -  May choose to re-take ACT and/or SAT, Higher scores mean scholarships or getting into the college you desire.   WHS offers a   2-Day “Free” ACT Test Prep at WHS   Breakfast Provided!  Occurs in the Fall each year.

Complete FAFSA - (free application for student aid)– check deadline for college

                Parents:  Attend Financial Aid Meeting at WHS in fall
                FAFSA – Opens OCT 1st – $ runs out – Complete this early!

College Visits - WHS allows students a max of 3 days per school year to visit a college/university. There is a form in the office. Please fill out and return at least 1 day prior to the visit.

Make Your Final College Selection - Determine college/university you want to attend typically by January. This is necessary to not be late on housing/fees etc. The very last date to typically commit is May 1, but this is not advised.

Official Transcripts - Guidance office automatically sends final transcript to college/university once grades are official (June). At the end of the year we will pass out FINAL PLANS FORM. Here you will write down your final decision for college, employment, or other decisions.

Senior meetings Held in April about Graduation Ceremony information. All graduation practice dates, the actual ceremony, and cap and gown information will be posted to the WHS website under Senior Information.  You may consider reviewing for a reference point on timeline.  Please note:  Dates do change yearly and updated around February/March of each year.  

 

 

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SENIOR BULLETIN

(downloadable version at top of page)

   

March 25           Cap and Gowns Delivered at WHS during lunch (9:55-11:15)

April 18             Prom - BE SAFE !!!

April 26             Mid-term grades checked – Conferences with those seniors who are in danger of                          not graduating.

May 1                Decision Deadline – Pick Walking Partners, Senior 2020 Final Plans to Ms. Joefreda

May 4                Letter/Phone Call to parents of award recipients for Senior Scholarship Program.

May 12              Honors Assembly 9:00 A.M.  Do not need to wear Cap and Gown.

May 12              Senior Scholarship Awards Program – 6:00 P.M. – This evening we will hand out all                         scholarships and awards for seniors.  Please be on time and dress appropriately.                          You do not wear your cap and gown for this program.

May 14-15          Senior Exams       

May 20               WCCC Senior Awards Ceremony – 7:00 P.M. at Wright State University. WCCC                          Graduates need to be there at 5:30 P.M.

May 20               Commencement Practice – 1:00 P.M. – MANDATORY – Seniors must be at this                          practice to walk at graduation.  ALL outstanding fees must be paid.  Final check                          of senior grades. Walk through Middle School and Elementary after practice.

May 21              All Scholarships and financial aid information reported to Ms. Joefreda. All fees                          and fines must be paid to receive a diploma.                   

May 22              Baccalaureate 6:30 P.M. First Baptist Church of Waynesville (1009 Lytle Road)

May 23              Alumni Banquet – WHS Gym 6:00 P.M.

May 24               GRADUATION!!!! – Seniors need to be at WHS no later than 1:15 and report to the                          second floor of the high school.  Seniors must wear cap and gown!  NO JEANS OR                          TENNIS SHOES

 

 

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CELEBRATE YOUR ACHIEVEMENT

Honor Your Graduation with Commencement Portraits

Graduation photography by Lifetouch Special Events

DOWNLOAD FLYER HERE

  • Everyone will be photographed
  • Photos will be online at events.lifetouch.com ten days after the ceremony
  • Complimentary proofs mailed to Graduates
  • No obligation to purchase

“ Lifetouch, our official commencement photographer, will have portraits available online at Events.Lifetouch.com approximately ten days after the ceremony. Celebrate your achievement with these professional portraits.”


www.events.lifetouch.com

Commencement Flyer

 

 

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YEARBOOK ADS

Contact:  Kristen Gebhardt, Yearbook Advisor  kgebhardt@wayne-local.com

Senior Ad Prices:
  $150 Full Page
    $75 Half Page
  $50 Quarter Page
    $25 Business Card Size

Yearbook Order Deadline: November 16th

 

 

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SENIOR PICTURES 

  1. In order to be included on the 2019 senior composite, you must be photographed by Prestige Portraits, located in Kettering.
  2. To schedule an appointment, call 937.299.3723 -or- online 24/7 at local.prestigeportraits.com. Prestige has great deals on full photo sessions also. Prestige brochures are available in the high school office and information on the studio's website.
  3. There will be an opportunity to have a head and shoulder portrait taken at the high school on the November 7th.   There is a $10 fee for this service (payable to Prestige) if you choose to wait until this day.
  4. Video Services are available.  Click the link to be redirected to the video with details.  About Prestige Video Services

Thank you,

Jeff McConnell
Your school's Prestige/Lifetouch partner 
Prestige Portraits (Lifetouch Senior Studio)
937.299.3723