Junior Tips and Information

  • Rising Senior Registration Presentation 2019

    Union County Virtual Course Offerings

    NCVPS Course Offerings


    Junior Night

    The counseling department hosted Junior Planning Night on December 4th, 2019.

    Please see below for the resources from the presentation:

    Junior Timeline


    • Continue to enroll in challenging courses. Remember universities will look at your grades beginning in 9th grade.
    • Stay active in clubs and/or sports. Look for leadership roles in both!
    • Study for the SAT and/or ACT. Look for programs within our school or community that might enable you to study with a tutor. You also can make or buy flashcards, get test prep books at a local bookstore or check them out from our school library, and even find free test-prep questions online.
    • Take the SAT and/or ACT.  All juniors take the ACT for free on February 28, 2017.   If you prefer one test over the other, take it again.
    • Listen to the morning announcements for colleges visiting MRHS.  Students can  check which colleges are visiting and sign up on-line through the MRHS Counseling website.  Research admissions requirements for universities you’re interested in.
    • Attend College 411 at MRHS on April 6th from 6:00-8:30pm.
    • Begin whittling down the list of colleges you’re interested in. Make sure your list has both “dream” and “safety” schools. 
    • Update your portfolio/resume with leadership roles, volunteer hours, awards, etc.
    • Summer activities: Continue volunteering for an organization you’re interested in, check out the Summer Opportunities newsletter on the MRHS Counseling Website for study abroad/college immersion opportunities, visit colleges over the summer and/or long weekends, write college application essays.



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