Class of 2020: Your time...your YEAR!
12th Grade Counselor: Mrs. Samek (email Mrs. Samek)
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College Application 101 discussion: view
College Application Resources
College Visitors Check the SS Calendar for dates/times and locations!Counselor AppointmentsPlease ask your teacher for a pass when it is time to attend your appointment. Thank you.
Sign ups will be available for the ASVAB in the fall and in the spring. Listen for announcements and sign up in Student Services if interested.
Senior Parent Night Senior Parent Night will be schedule for later this fall. Counselors will discuss senior year planning and beyond, graduation requirements, college admissions and applications, SAT, ACT, and more. Please email your student's counselor if you have questions. Presentation information and handouts will be posted below after the event for reference.
Senior Parent Presentation Open House 2018
Frequently Asked Questions during Senior Year Click here
Scholarships Click here to view the scholarships page.Parents Want to see your student's grades? Click here to learn how to access them
Click here to see the May senior newsletter
Click here to see the April senior newsletter
Click here to see the March senior newsletter
Click here to see the February senior newsletter
Click here to see the January senior newsletter
Click here to see the December senior newsletter
Important DatesMay - Graduation rehearsal, 8:30 AM in the SRMHS GymMay - Senior class cookout, 12 noon in the athletic stadiumMay - Graduation rehearsal, 8:30 AM at Memorial AuditoriumMay 20 - Graduation ceremony, (Seniors must arrive by 2:45)
Final TranscriptsAll transcript requests are to go through the WCPSS main website. Transcript requests are not taken at the school. Seniors should be sure they have requested a final transcript to be sent to the school of their choice and NCAA, if applicable. North Carolina colleges will automatically receive final transcripts if they were requested at any time through CFNC.
NCAA EligibilitySeniors considering playing college sports should be registered with the NCAA Eligibility Center. Students may register at any time, but the Eligibility Center recommends you register by the end of your junior year. You can register at the Eligibility Center website and must have a unique e-mail address. The Eligibility Center will evaluate a student's academic credentials once the following information has been received and the student has had his or her status requested by an NCAA member institution:
- Completed online registration
- SAT or ACT test score on file from the respective testing agency
- Transcript(s) from all schools or programs attended
What does this mean for you? Students need to send an official copy of their high school transcripts to the Eligibility Center. This is true for any student who has completed at least six semesters of high school. Send transcripts to:
NCAA Eligibility CenterCertification Processing
P.O. Box 7136
Indianapolis, IN 46207-7136.All transcripts are to be requested through the Wake County website.