CREDITS - You must have 38 credits to become a senior. You must have 56 credits to graduate.
ISAT – Students must pass the Idaho Standards Achievement Test to graduate from high school. The test scores may first be banked in 10th grade.
ATTENDANCE REMINDER – Students may not miss more than 3 classes per semester or they will lose credit for the class. This does not count doctor visits, funerals, approved advanced absence, and other waived absences.
The junior year of high school is pivotal. There are numerous decisions that you make during your junior year that can have an impact -- positive or negative -- for years to come. As your Assistant Principals, we want to make ourselves available to you as we all prepare for a memorable senior year. Here are a few suggestions of things you can be doing to give yourself the best edge for your upcoming transitions - see Junior Planning Calendar.
School Day SAT Scores
Availability of SAT Scores
Eagle High School students registered for the SAT the day of the exam. The College Board has informed us that SAT scores for our students will be available two to three weeks after the May 7th release date. Scores will be mailed to students' home address.
If students want to view their scores online, they have to wait until their scores are received in the mail (2-3 weeks from now). To see scores online, students will fall into one of two scenarios:
Scenario #1: Student has an existing College Board online account and Username.
In this instance the student would sign into their existing online account at www.collegeboard.org and take the steps outlined in the attached document to view their School Day SAT scores. Students will need their registration number from their paper SAT results mailed to their home address.
Scenario #2: Student does not have a College Board online account and Username.
In this instance the student would need to go to www.collegeboard.org and sign up for a free College Board online account. This option is located in the upper left hand side of the web page. Once their online account is created they will take the steps outlined in the attached document to view their School Day SAT scores. Students will need their registration number from their paper SAT results mailed to their home address.
Keep in mind that this may not work perfectly for every student, as there could be an issue with the student online data not matching to their SAT registration information. This is true whether the online account is newly created or existing.
In the event that the student follows the steps outlined and is still unable to view scores they will need to contact the Main Customer Service line at 1-866-756-7346 to assist.
Assistant Principal and Counselors
Johnny Hullinger, email@example.comCounselors are assigned by a student's last nameA-Dem: Ame TrullDen-Kno: Karen EvansKnu-Rio: Leanne KendallRip-Z: Francesca Murphy