It doesn't matter what track you are on in high school as long as you make at least a 2.5 average you will get into a college. If you have a 3.0 or higher it is very likely that you could get scholarships, so get on line and apply for them as soon as possible they are free.Oh and good luck. ps. Only go if you really have the desire to go if you don't it won't work I promise.
I have an academic full ride scholarship and have been accepted to a d1 school but I want to walk on as a pole vaulter in the college track and field team. Does it cost a lot of money to do this? I have not contacted the coach yet but I am a senior girl in high school vaulting around 10 feet. What are my chances of getting to walk on and how much would it cost?
Where your father took his automotive technology training depends on if he was in college or high school. If he was in high school it would have been at Maui High school. If he was in college it could have been Maui Community College or University of Hawaii.
50% if you have experience and been to college
A college that is known for a great acting classes is the School of Performing Arts. This school has been on the resume of many movie stars.
As long as you pass High school you can go to college age doesn't matter.
Every college campus I have been on has campus security or campus police that are there to protect the school and the students.
No. The records will be somewhere... The applicant would have been mailed their records if the school closed. What is the name of the school? Was it an accreditted?
I haven't ever been bullied at college but i was at middle school very very badly
Sure, why not? Well I got a diploma from Belford High School and have been accepted by a college without having any trouble.
You should go to High School for a review of what you do need to know, and then go to college. Take my advice, it's like, the only way you can get through college.
Track and field is generally a very intense sport. I have been in middle school, and high school track and win several gold medals at provincials. I only practice 1 hour a session, everyday.
Yes they did get an education in America and across generations after generations they have done been getting straight A+'s and straight A's all through school and college all through their lives.
You had to been playing the NBA in high school and college and if they draft you then you go to the NBA
People usually get their GED if they did not graduate high school... the score kind of replaces your high school diploma... People also take it when they have been homeschooled and want to get into College. It proves that they have been learning and are at the right level to enter College.
There is no such thing as a college blacklist in the UK. There never has been one and there never will be one.
No, after you have been to college you can become a firefighter if you have the right qualifications.
So lately I've been having a hard time with the terms that people use when it comes to getting ready for college. I know when you apply for college...you have to send in a college resume
Denver did attend the School of Engineering (Architecture) at Texas Technological College, which has been renamed Texas Tech University, in 1963.
Rupert hasn't been to school since he completed his exams
An academic background means having been to school, most notably, college.
A prospective student is a person who is likely to become a student. The term is common in the college admissions process when referring to high-school graduates who have been accepted by a college or university but who have not yet committed to the school.
The curriculum in high school only gets your prepared for college and not a profession. Make sure your grades are good so you can get into the college of your choice and that you also do well on your college admission testing. Other than that there is no particular classwork to prepare you to teach. I have been teaching for 27 years and it isn't until you get to college you can actually work on becoming a teacher.
what is the 800# to track a package that has been shipped
it takes 3-4 years
there have indeed been cheftestants who did not attend culinary school, such as Gene from Season 5.