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Seniors plan post-graduation with counselors' support for military service, college, trades, or workforce programs for in-demand careers. Guaranteed admissions, transfer credits, and fit considerations for prospective students.


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Senior Night

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  1. Mikaela Stinson Heather Harris Jennifer Kuehn A-C D-H I-M Mark Bjorkman N-R Johanna Scott S-Z Holly Schoenhoff Career Coach Jennifer Lowenbach Office Associate Josh Harris College Adviser Stephanie Dakon Office Associate Tamie Robinson Registrar

  2. College Application Process Admissions & Standards Options: Where Do I Go Next? LRCC & College Advising

  3. Seniors will meet individually with their assigned counselor to plan for life after graduation Extra assistance will also be provided by Mr. Harris and Mrs. Schoenhoff about post-graduation plans

  4. Military Service 4 year college and University Trade School Gap year 2 year college Work Force Programs

  5. Gain Skills for in-demand careers Shorter, skills-focused programs Certificates Associate of Applied Sciences Get Skilled. Get A Job. Get Ahead. healthcare Information Technology Public Safety Manufacturing and Trade Skills

  6. Guaranteed Transfer credits earned at a community college transfer to a 4-year college Guaranteed Admissions Students who meet a minimum GPA and degree requirements are guaranteed acceptance into the 4-year college or university

  7. Fit: Academic quality, Size, Cost, Location, and opportunities Connect with admissions officers College rep visit sign up in counseling office Campus Visits Ask the right questions: First- year experience ? Campus activities?

  8. Receive admissions decision early Binding: expected to enroll Can apply to other schools Decision Plan Submit Application early Early Action Early Decision Regular Decision Regular Decision optional

  9. NCAA Eligibility Center Division I & II Athletes must create a certification account ($90 fee) Division III Athletes have an option to create a Profile Page

  10. Oct. 28th Nov. 4th Oct. 7th Dec. 9th ACT SAT SAT ACT Fauquier HS Fauquier HS Patriot HS Fauquier HS Patriot HS Fauquier HS

  11. Averett University - Bridgewater College -Christopher Newport University Eastern Mennonite University - Emory and Henry College - Ferrum College George Mason University - Hampden Sydney College -Hampton University (3.3+ GPA; scores required for merit scholarships), Marymount University Hollins University - James Madison University - Longwood University Norfolk State University - Old Dominion University (3.3+ GPA) - Radford University Randolph-Macon College - Roanoke College - Shenandoah University Sweet Briar College - University of Lynchburg - University of Mary Washington University of Richmond - University of Virginia - Virginia Commonwealth University (scores required for Honors College) Virginia Military Institute - Virginia State University - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Washington and Lee University - The College of William and Mary - Liberty University - UVA Wise

  12. If your student has already taken college classes through dual enrollment, they will apply to college as a 1st time freshman. After graduation they will send transcripts from LRCC and Richard Bland to the college.

  13. On September 26th Laurel Ridge's Warrenton campus will be hosting a major college fair! This is an opportunity to hear from college representatives and admissions counselors themselves.

  14. September: 25th NC State and Chistopher Newport University, 26th University of Virginia October: 3rd Shenandoah University and George Mason University, 12th Virginia Tech, 17th Richard Bland College, 20th Roanoke College, 23rd West Virginia University November: 8th Bridgewater College

  15. Ongoing: Check the FHS counseling office website and office for scholarship opportunities October: ASVAB testing date TBD, VCAW 23rd - 27th Mr. Harris will be available to meet 1 on 1 about anything FAFSA after it opens in Decemeber

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