Seniors - Class of 2019
For senior portraits to appear in the 2018 edition of the Legacy, They must be received by Friday, October 1 , 2018. After that, there is no guarantee they will be included. Please look over the specifications below and send the pictures in digital form on CD or two glossy color prints. We prefer digital pictures or one CD.
*If you send digital pictures, please name them as follows:
Last name, First name
*Digital pictures should be cropped to wallet size and have a resolution of 300 d.p.i.
*Or two wallet size pictures @2 1/2” x 3 1/2” with a 2” head
*Formal tuxedo or drape (head and shoulder shot, be sure the drape shows!)
*Medium blue background, not bright blue
All pictures need to be sent to:
Eagle High School
c/o Debrianne Hohstadt
574 N. Park Lane
Eagle, ID 83616
If you have questions contact Debrianne Hohstadt 208 350-4235 or firstname.lastname@example.org
DORIAN PHOTOGRAPHY WILL AGAIN TAKE PICTURES OF THE SENIORS FOR THE YEARBOOK. THEY WILL PROVIDE THE TUXEDO FOR THE BOYS AND THE DRAPE FOR THE GIRLS.
October 22, 2018GraduationGraduation Practice: TBDSenior ProjectAll deadlines must be followed. Final presentations are TBD. Successful completion of Senior Project is a graduation requirement. See detailed information under Parents and Students tab.
COUNSELING OFFICE INFORMATION
ACT AND SAT TEST SCHEDULE 2018—2019
ACT TEST DATES SAT TEST DATES www.act.org www.sat.collegeboard.com
September 8, 2018
October 27, 2018
December 8, 2018
February 9, 2019
April 13, 2019
June 8, 2019
August 25, 2018
October 6, 2018
November 3, 2018
December 1, 2018
March 9, 2019
May 4, 2019
June 1, 2019
Please check the above websites for test locations and other information.
All tests start at 8:00 a.m. Students must have picture ID
and admission ticket for entrance in to the exam.
Registration materials available in Counseling Office
during Registration and online.
For ACT registration please go to: http://www.actstudent.org
For SAT registration please go to: http://www.sat.collegeboard.org
Other Graduation Requirements
Students must take a college entrance exam (SAT, ACT, etc.). Check with your counselor if you are unsure if you have completed this requirement.Independent Study/Correspondence Courses
In order to participate in the graduation ceremony, EHS must receive your final grade prior to graduation. The West Ada School district has approved specific courses to fulfill graduation requirements, so it is important to discuss these options with your counselor before enrolling in a correspondence course.
BYU Correspondence final exams are proctored by at Eagle High School
Seniors must take their correspondence final exams no later than May 1st, 2019
* Please make certain that all course work, including exams, is completed and received by BYU by TBD
* Contact Ms. Hansen to schedule taking the final.
* $15.00 administration fee is due at time of exam
* Seniors will take IDLA final exams early May at West Ada District Office.Senior Final Exams
SENIORS AND SENIOR PARENTS
Attention all members of the Class of 2019 please take a
moment for a “REALITY CHECK”!
Important facts that should be double checked in PowerSchool:
1. Number of credits earned through your junior year.
2. How many credits do you still need to graduate?
3. Have you passed your ISATs?
4. If you need more than 16 credits, did you attend
summer school to make up missing credits?
5. If you didn’t, you will need to see your counselor
to get registration materials correspondence if you want to graduate with your class.
ALL CORRESPONDENCE MUST BE
COMPLETED BY May 1, 2019
6. Which required classes do you still need to meet the graduation requirements and DID YOU REGISTER FOR THEM?
7. If you want to participate in extra-curricular
activities IN THE SPRING of your senior year, you must be enrolled in and pass 6 classes fall
8. Check this website for your college’s AP credit policy: www.collegeboard.com/ap/creditpolicy
TAKE YOUR SENIOR YEAR VERY SERIOUSLY! YOU AND YOU ALONE ARE RESPONSIBLE TO COMPLETE AND PASS ALL YOUR GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS. YOU MUST MEET ALL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS TO BE ALLOWED THE PRIVILEGE OF PARTICIPATING IN THE GRAD-UATION CEREMONY.
Attendance, Grades & Tardies
Make sure you are in good standing with attendance and tardies - clear absences immediately. Serve detentions within a week. Know where you are with your grades. On PowerSchool, you should be checking grades and attendance on a regular basis. Remember that you are allowed only three (3) unwaived absences per class per semester. If you go over, you may lose credit in that class.
Dress expectations: attire appropriate for the occasion. Shorts, flip-flops, and jeans are not allowed.
Please do not bring any supplemental materials into the ceremony. Besides EHS honor cords and National Honor Society stoles, any additions/decorations to the graduation cap and gown are not allowed.
Diploma covers will be presented at the ceremony. Diplomas may be collected at the end of the ceremony in the auxillary gym. Students with negative behavior at graduation or fines will not receive their diplomas until the issues are resolved.
GRADUATION PRACTICE - Mandatory!
You must attend practice, in order to participate in the ceremony.
Grades to determine honor cords will be pulled the first Monday in May(district policy) –
Highest Honors (silver and green cords): 4.1-5.0 GPA
High Honors (silver cords): 3.77-4.099
Honors (green cords): 3.5-3.7699GRADUATION SPEAKERSTwo students from the top 10% of the graduating class will speak at graduation.
If you have not ordered your cap and gown, do it! Please contact Balfour at 208.342.4631 if you have questions or you would like to place an order. If you are using a family gown or need help to purchase one, let your VP or counselor know.