SAT Prep Class
Be SAT Wise is offering a two-week SAT prep class at Grove. It is recommended that juniors take the class as well as the test. Scholarships for students that need financial assistance are available, see Anke for details.
Week 1: Monday 9/24 and Wednesday 9/26, 5:00 – 8 pm
Week 2: Monday 10/1 and Wednesday 10/3, 5:00 – 8 pm
The class is designed to prep students for the October 6 SAT administration.
One full length SAT practice tests: Thursday, September 27, 4 pm – 8:15 pm
Students have to purchase the College Board’s “Official SAT Study Guide” 2018 Edition. The book is available for $22 on Amazon. You can also purchase the book through Be SAT Wise for $30 or at Barnes and Noble.
Students also have to register for the actual SAT test through https://www.collegeboard.org/ The cost for the SAT is $47.50 and for the SAT with essay $64.50. The registration deadline is To avoid late registration fees, students need to sign up for the October test by September 26 (late fee applies). Fee waivers are available for students receiving free or reduced lunch (see Anke).
Off Campus Course Permission – All students interested in taking classes outside off Grove must complete this form BEFORE registering for the class. This does not include credit recovery summer school and community college concurrent enrollment.
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When should you complete this form? If you or somebody you know needs help. This can be
- Bullying, harassment, intimidation,
- academic problems (struggling academically, note taking, organization, time management, test taking etc.),
- personal problems ( trouble at home, parents divorce, grief/loss, stress, social skills, trouble with friends, self-esteem, self-harm etc.)
- or if you want to talk about high school planning and post-secondary options.
You can complete this form anonymously.
Please complete this form if you would like to request peer mediation for yourself or for other students.
Peer mediation is an approach to resolve conflict. The students with the problem work together, with the assistance of a neutral third party (trained peer mediators). The students have a chance to sit face-to-face and talk, uninterrupted, so each point of view is heard. After the problem is identified, the disputants create options for mutual gain and choose a win-win solution.
Class of 2019 Cal Grant Opt-Out Form – due June 7, 2018
Copies of Parent Ed Night Presentations
September 6, 2018 – Sophomore Parent Education Night
October 4, 2018 – Financial Aid Parent Education Night