9th Grade

New School, New you! It's important to recognize that 9th grade year, is a transition year. New school, new teachers, new friends, new environment. Counselors understand there may be a learning curve. We hope to help with this learning curve by educating families and students of high school expectations, requirements, school activities, opportunities at school, and school policies.

It is important that students and families attempt to feel connected to their school. It is encouraged for students to join clubs, sports, activities and begin to communicate with teachers and staff members. Explore the school and what it has to offer!

High School Grades follow you. 'D' or 'F' grades cannot be swept under the rug. These grades most likely will result in repeating the course(s) to meet either high school graduation requirements, college admission requirements, or both! See "High School Graduation Requirements" Tab on school website.

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9th Grade College Board College Planning Checklist

FAQ - What do I do If I am Struggling? Students and Parents should check out "Academic Support" and "Parent Support" Tabs on school website. Check - Counseling Tab then Academics Tab. Please contact your counselor after reviewing.

  • Will Colleges see my 9th grade grades?
  • YES! Colleges and University applications will have you self report your grades and request your transcript. These grades will be seen by college admission counselors. College research to see your college list of Admission Requirements.

Check out the 9th grade Powerpoint Presentation:

9th Grade Slides

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