Skyline High School

September 1, 2020 - October 31, 2020
Today Day Week Month Year Agenda
       
Wednesday September 2 5:00pm Military Career Fair
Friday September 4 SAT Registration Deadline
Tuesday September 8-12 TriState University Week
Wednesday September 9 10:00am ASU Application Day - Meet with Steven Tokos - Skyline's ASU rep. Sign up to meet with your college reps on the Skyline Career Center webpage   Get help with your ASU application or fee waiver.      
  1:30pm NAU Presentation - Meet with Kyla Timmons - Skyline's NAU rep. Sign up to meet with your college reps on the Skyline Career Center  webpage   Get help with your  NAU application  or fee waiver.
Thursday September 10 6:00pm Dorrance Scholarship Virtual Seminar - Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nlu_JnEjTtmYZN3w9uFzeA Eligibility Requirements Program at a Glance Eligible applicants meet  all  of the following criteria: Seniors in good standing who will graduate from an accredited Arizona high school and enter the university as a college freshmen Arizona resident First generation to attend college (neither parent/step-parent, living or deceased, or legal guardian holds a four year degree from any country) Minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA (weighted or unweighted) Minimum combined SAT score of 1110 OR composite ACT score of 22 (excluding writing score in both instances) Admitted to one of Arizona’s three residential public universities (Arizona State University-Tempe, Northern Arizona University- Flagstaff, University of Arizona-Tucson) Demonstrated financial need ( www.fafsa.ed.gov ) Demonstrated leadership and volunteer service Agree to participate in all aspects of the scholarship program (See Program At A Glance)…MUST be able to travel internationally Signed Scholar Participation Agreement Reside on campus freshman and sophomore year Successfully complete the Dorrance Summer Bridge Program in Flagstaff, AZ, June – August 2021 Award Up to $12,000 annually, renewable. No more than 8 semesters (four years) of funding will be provided. Up to thirty awards will be made each year. Awards will be announced no later than May 1st. Benefits $12,000 per year 8 semesters of funding Summer Bridge experience Innovation experience International travel Dorrance advisor Cultural enrichment Community outreach opportunities Tutoring and mentoring Renewal Attend all Program events, meetings and summer experiences Register for and complete a minimum of 12 units per semester Maintain a minimum cumulative 3.00 GPA Reside on campus freshman and sophomore year Update FAFSA annually Determined to be in good standing and eligible for continuation at the post-secondary institution Demonstrated participation in 40 hours of volunteer service each academic year Submit a year-end report by May 1st Meet the terms and conditions of the Scholar Participation Agreement In addition to any other terms and conditions, the number and amount of all scholarship awards and renewals is contingent on the availability of funding
Saturday September 12 ACT Test
Sunday September 13 ACT Test
  NACAC College Fair
Wednesday September 16 10:00am BenU Application Day - Meet Raychele Hernandez - Skyline's BenU representation. Get information about applications, campus life, enrollment, and scholarships. Register on the Skyline Career Center webpage .   Apply to BenU here
  1:00pm UofArizona Presentation - Meet Carlos Bravo - Skyline's University of Arizona rep. Learn about programs, admissions, campus life, scholarships and more. Register on the Skyline Career Center webpage   Apply to UofA here  
  2:00pm NAU Application day - Meet with Kyla Timmons - Skyline's NAU rep. Sign up to meet with your college reps on the Skyline Career Center  webpage   Get help with your  NAU application  or fee waiver.
Saturday September 19 ACT Test
  10:00am MCC Virtual College Fair
Monday September 21 MCC Dual Enrollment Registration & Payment Due
Tuesday September 22 8:15am ASVAB - Students interested in serving in the Armed Forces should register to take the ASVAB - Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Test. The ASVAB is also a great career exploration tool. Free study guides are available online -  Register here https://forms.gle/WPHkJpm7Q5gv6dDb8
Wednesday September 23 9:30am Scottsdale CC Application Workshops - Meet David Stuempfle, Scottsdale CC admissions Representative. Learn about Scottsdale's certificates and degrees, campus life, deadlines and more. Register here: https://forms.gle/TQKYZ8WK4dioorQz7
  11:00am Chandler Gilbert CC Application Workshops - Meet Alfonso, Chandler Gilbert CC admissions Representative. Learn about Chandler Gilberts certificates and degrees, campus life, deadlines and more. Register here: https://forms.gle/TQKYZ8WK4dioorQz7
  12:30pm GCU Application Workshop - Meet Razo Fernandez, Grand Canyon University  admissions representative. Learn about GCU admissions, campus life, degrees, tuition, scholarship and more. And receive help with your college application. Register here: https://forms.gle/TQKYZ8WK4dioorQz7
Saturday September 26 SAT Test
Wednesday September 30 12:30pm CAC Application Day - Meet with Hazel Rossi - Skyline's CAC rep. Sign up to meet with your college reps on the Skyline Career Center  webpage   Get help with your Central Arizona Application  
Saturday October 3 SAT Test
Monday October 5- 9 Fall Break
Wednesday October 7 SAT Registration Deadline
Saturday October 10 ACT Test
Tuesday October 13 6:00pm FAFSA Night - FAFSA Night All college bound Seniors and their parents should attend FAFSA Night to create their FSA ID (digital signature) and to receive assistance with 2021-2022 FAFSA. FAFSA experts from ASU & MCC along with the trained FAFSA Peer Coaches will be available for assistance.
  6:00pm Dorrance Scholarship Virtual Seminar - Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_95AUeKOwRUi47E2day-oRg   Eligibility Requirements Program at a Glance Eligible applicants meet  all  of the following criteria: Seniors in good standing who will graduate from an accredited Arizona high school and enter the university as a college freshmen Arizona resident First generation to attend college (neither parent/step-parent, living or deceased, or legal guardian holds a four year degree from any country) Minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA (weighted or unweighted) Minimum combined SAT score of 1110 OR composite ACT score of 22 (excluding writing score in both instances) Admitted to one of Arizona’s three residential public universities (Arizona State University-Tempe, Northern Arizona University- Flagstaff, University of Arizona-Tucson) Demonstrated financial need ( www.fafsa.ed.gov ) Demonstrated leadership and volunteer service Agree to participate in all aspects of the scholarship program (See Program At A Glance)…MUST be able to travel internationally Signed Scholar Participation Agreement Reside on campus freshman and sophomore year Successfully complete the Dorrance Summer Bridge Program in Flagstaff, AZ, June – August 2021 Award Up to $12,000 annually, renewable. No more than 8 semesters (four years) of funding will be provided. Up to thirty awards will be made each year. Awards will be announced no later than May 1st. Benefits $12,000 per year 8 semesters of funding Summer Bridge experience Innovation experience International travel Dorrance advisor Cultural enrichment Community outreach opportunities Tutoring and mentoring Renewal Attend all Program events, meetings and summer experiences Register for and complete a minimum of 12 units per semester Maintain a minimum cumulative 3.00 GPA Reside on campus freshman and sophomore year Update FAFSA annually Determined to be in good standing and eligible for continuation at the post-secondary institution Demonstrated participation in 40 hours of volunteer service each academic year Submit a year-end report by May 1st Meet the terms and conditions of the Scholar Participation Agreement In addition to any other terms and conditions, the number and amount of all scholarship awards and renewals is contingent on the availability of funding
Wednesday October 14 PSAT
Thursday October 15 6:00pm (Spanish) Dorrance Scholarship Virtual Seminar - Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_AwMLl4guTk-ibrVzxzLGFA   Eligibility Requirements Program at a Glance Eligible applicants meet  all  of the following criteria: Seniors in good standing who will graduate from an accredited Arizona high school and enter the university as a college freshmen Arizona resident First generation to attend college (neither parent/step-parent, living or deceased, or legal guardian holds a four year degree from any country) Minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA (weighted or unweighted) Minimum combined SAT score of 1110 OR composite ACT score of 22 (excluding writing score in both instances) Admitted to one of Arizona’s three residential public universities (Arizona State University-Tempe, Northern Arizona University- Flagstaff, University of Arizona-Tucson) Demonstrated financial need ( www.fafsa.ed.gov ) Demonstrated leadership and volunteer service Agree to participate in all aspects of the scholarship program (See Program At A Glance)…MUST be able to travel internationally Signed Scholar Participation Agreement Reside on campus freshman and sophomore year Successfully complete the Dorrance Summer Bridge Program in Flagstaff, AZ, June – August 2021 Award Up to $12,000 annually, renewable. No more than 8 semesters (four years) of funding will be provided. Up to thirty awards will be made each year. Awards will be announced no later than May 1st. Benefits $12,000 per year 8 semesters of funding Summer Bridge experience Innovation experience International travel Dorrance advisor Cultural enrichment Community outreach opportunities Tutoring and mentoring Renewal Attend all Program events, meetings and summer experiences Register for and complete a minimum of 12 units per semester Maintain a minimum cumulative 3.00 GPA Reside on campus freshman and sophomore year Update FAFSA annually Determined to be in good standing and eligible for continuation at the post-secondary institution Demonstrated participation in 40 hours of volunteer service each academic year Submit a year-end report by May 1st Meet the terms and conditions of the Scholar Participation Agreement In addition to any other terms and conditions, the number and amount of all scholarship awards and renewals is contingent on the availability of funding
Saturday October 17 ACT Test
Monday October 19-23 TriU FAFSA
Tuesday October 20 ACT
  4:30pm BYUI Application Workshop
Wednesday October 21-22 Coalition for College
  October 21 10:00am ASU Q&A 3/4th Hour - Meet the Admissions Rep in this free VIRTUAL workshop.   Sign up here for the WebEx link https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdrcprB5jIao6gLqY61hU2mCiQOJPbCCVhzglGoSTajvzc7yg/viewform
  11:00am NAU Application Workshop 4/6th Hour - Meet the Admissions Rep in this Free Virtual Event and learn about admissions requirements, tuition, scholarships, campus life and more.   Sign up here for the WebEx Meeting link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdrcprB5jIao6gLqY61hU2mCiQOJPbCCVhzglGoSTajvzc7yg/viewform
  1:15pm New Mexico State Univ - Meet the Admissions Rep in this Free Virtual Event and learn about admissions requirements, tuition, scholarships, campus life and more.   Sign up here for the WebEx Meeting link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdrcprB5jIao6gLqY61hU2mCiQOJPbCCVhzglGoSTajvzc7yg/viewform
  4:30pm BYUI Application Workshop
Thursday October 22 6:00pm MCC Application Workshop -   Register here for workshop https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdqPQ2D_bTMXO-niZf7sACbsmD_ChyKJRP3fZ6UywnY8oNm-w/formResponse
Saturday October 24 ACT Test
  Black, Brown & College Bound
Sunday October 25 ACT Test
  October 25-31 ASU More to Explore
Tuesday October 27 4:00pm MCC Virtual College Fair
  4:00pm AZ College Consortium - https://virtual.gotocollegefairs.com/azccvirtualfair
Wednesday October 28 9:30am Embry Riddle Virtual Presentation - Meet the Admissions Rep in this Free Virtual Event and learn about admissions requirements, tuition, scholarships, campus life and more.   Sign up here for the WebEx Meeting link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdrcprB5jIao6gLqY61hU2mCiQOJPbCCVhzglGoSTajvzc7yg/viewform
  11:00am FIDM 4/6th Hour - Meet the Admissions Rep in this Free Virtual Event and learn about admissions requirements, tuition, scholarships, campus life and more.   Sign up here for the WebEx Meeting link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdrcprB5jIao6gLqY61hU2mCiQOJPbCCVhzglGoSTajvzc7yg/viewform
  3:00pm MCC Application Workshop -   Register here for workshop https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdqPQ2D_bTMXO-niZf7sACbsmD_ChyKJRP3fZ6UywnY8oNm-w/formResponse
Thursday October 29 4:30pm UofA MPS College Night
  6:00pm Dorrance Scholarship Virtual Seminar - Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_86X9urIoSJKZdc13BLJOXw     Eligibility Requirements Program at a Glance Eligible applicants meet   all   of the following criteria: Seniors in good standing who will graduate from an accredited Arizona high school and enter the university as a college freshmen Arizona resident First generation to attend college (neither parent/step-parent, living or deceased, or legal guardian holds a four year degree from any country) Minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA (weighted or unweighted) Minimum combined SAT score of 1110 OR composite ACT score of 22 (excluding writing score in both instances) Admitted to one of Arizona’s three residential public universities (Arizona State University-Tempe, Northern Arizona University- Flagstaff, University of Arizona-Tucson) Demonstrated financial need ( www.fafsa.ed.gov ) Demonstrated leadership and volunteer service Agree to participate in all aspects of the scholarship program (See Program At A Glance)…MUST be able to travel internationally Signed Scholar Participation Agreement Reside on campus freshman and sophomore year Successfully complete the Dorrance Summer Bridge Program in Flagstaff, AZ, June – August 2021 Award Up to $12,000 annually, renewable. No more than 8 semesters (four years) of funding will be provided. Up to thirty awards will be made each year. Awards will be announced no later than May 1st. Benefits $12,000 per year 8 semesters of funding Summer Bridge experience Innovation experience International travel Dorrance advisor Cultural enrichment Community outreach opportunities Tutoring and mentoring Renewal Attend all Program events, meetings and summer experiences Register for and complete a minimum of 12 units per semester Maintain a minimum cumulative 3.00 GPA Reside on campus freshman and sophomore year Update FAFSA annually Determined to be in good standing and eligible for continuation at the post-secondary institution Demonstrated participation in 40 hours of volunteer service each academic year Submit a year-end report by May 1st Meet the terms and conditions of the Scholar Participation Agreement In addition to any other terms and conditions, the number and amount of all scholarship awards and renewals is contingent on the availability of funding
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