Class of 2022
IMPORTANT SENIOR INFORMATION
REMINDER: Tops eligibility determination – SUPERSCORES ARE NOT ACCEPTED
Please check your scores and reevaluate if you should be on the March 8 ACT restest roster.
If you need to add your name to the roster, speak with Mrs. Graham today! The deadline to pay to retest is Tuesday, January 18.
ATTENTIONS SENIORS WITH HIGH ACT SCORES!!!!
I need to determine which senior boy and senior girl currently have the highest ACT composite score.
If your ACT composite score or composite super score is higher than 26, EMAIL MRS. GRAHAM IMMEDIATELY!!!
In your email, state your highest composite or super score composite along with the test date when you earned those scores.
There is an opportunity I need to make immediate recommendations for.
Do you need assistance completing or correcting the FAFSA or do you have questions about the college financial aid process? Schedule a free College Financial Aid Planning Session HERE so you can get help with the tools needed to pursue post-secondary studies.
Seniors who have already completed the FAFSA are eligible to enter Lela's $1000 FAFSA Completion Scholarship Drawing.
ACT and TOPS scholarships
All seniors should know their ACT test scores at this time and whether or not they have met at least the following minimum ACT scores for TOPS:
2-year TOPS 17 ACT composite required or Silver WorkKeys (lowest score is 4)
4-year TOPS 20 ACT composite required
If you have not yet met these requirements, please view the attached schedule of national ACT test dates.
|ACT Test Date||ACT Regular Registartion Deadline||Late Registration Deadline|
|June 11, 2022||May 6, 2022||
May 20, 2022
|July 16, 2022||June 17, 2022||
June 24, 2022
YOU NEED TO REGISTER ASAP IF YOU HAVE NOT EARNED THESE MINIMUM SCORES!!!
Also attached are the ACT and GPA requirements for TOPS, both 2-year and 4-year.
I've previously given out information for establishing a TOPS Hub account, where you can calculate your TOPS GPA. Remember your TOPS GPA is calculated on TOPS required classes only! It is not the same as your cumulative GPA which shows in your Student Progress Center.
You will need your 10 digit LASID in order to create the hub account at https://www.osfa.
Learn more about SLCC’s Transfer Programs