Watch those deadlines! If you are planning to apply to college for next year, it’s a good idea to write down all the deadlines on your calendar. Check out this handy reference sheet on CFNC.org with NC college admission deadlines and open house information:http://bit.ly/admissiondeadlines
Attention Seniors~ Are you having difficulty writing that college essay? You can get help at the Counselor Café on Wednesday October 10th during your LUNCH in the Media Center. Stop by to get some good tips on how to write an essay that will be surely give that college application a boost! Juniors who are looking ahead are welcome to attend.
Freshmen and sophomores interested in the new CTE High School opening in fall 2014 are invited to participate in an interactive tour on the main campus of Wake Technical Community College on October 17. The tour will include demonstrations and information regarding the ten program area offerings for the new CTE High School. For permission forms for the tour, see Ms. Burton in Student Services. For additional information about the CTE High School, click here.
All 11th or 12th grade students are welcome to participate in the next session of practice tests for the 2013 – 2014 school year, which assist in measuring their progress thus far and areas still in need of improvement, as well as gain comfort and familiarity with the timing and pacing of the full-length test.
We encourage all Middle Creek families to be fully informed about the issue surrounding the upcoming vote for the Wake County School Bond. For more information about the bond and how it impacts your family and Middle Creek High School, visit the Wake County Public School Systems Website.
Friday, all students received information and directions for how they can log into Homebase/PowerSchool to check grades, attendance and demographic information. On Monday, access information with parent passwords will be mailed to all parents who have submitted the necessary registration documentation.
By: Laura Steckbeck
As classes start again, some students have more than just homework on their minds. Application season is here, and it is an added stressor to seniors who are already swamped with classes and extracurricular activities. Being mindful of deadlines and scheduling blocks of time to work on applications will make the process easier.
College applications are constantly lurking in the backs of college-bound seniors’ minds. Not only are they time-consuming, but they are also expensive.
Need to prepare your teen for a job interview, meetings with college recruiters, or networking for scholarships? An etiquette skills boot-camps is just what you need. This four-week, high-energy, interactive, hands-on course teaches participants (14 – 22 year olds) the fundamentals of honest and healthy engagement/interaction.
To learn more and to register, visit Wake County Lifelong Learning.
Hurry, classes start Oct. 8th!