Seniors-Class of 2019

SENIORS

University bound seniors will soon need to make decisions about where they will be headed in the Fall.  They must request that a final transcript be sent to that school. Lincoln has partnered with Parchment, an online transcript service.  Seniors must create an account by using the Parchment information Counselors gave them in February. (Seniors who missed the February presentation,  should see their Counselor soon for Parchment information.) When requesting final transcripts through Parchment Seniors must indicate that they want their transcripts be “held for Final grades”.   Transcript requests will be processed in June after second semester grades are officially posted.  Remember to send in fees for tuition and housing to secure priority registration and housing. It is important to keep grades up.  If grades go down senior year, colleges will often rescind their offer for admission.



Seniors planning to attend Delta College should apply now at www.deltacollege.edu.   They should also see their Counselor about signing up for a “New Student Saturday” appointment at Delta College.


An F grade could omit seniors from the graduation list.  Students and parents should check grades on Aeries often and email teachers if they have any questions.  


SENIOR MAP –4-year college, 2-year college, trade school or military?  When Seniors have made their final decision as to where they are going they should let their counselors know!  We sould like to add their names to the Senior Map in the Student Service Center so that we can all celebrate in their accomplishments!  We would also like to have a copy of all college acceptance letters.

ALL GRADE LEVELS - Passing all classes is extremely important as students have very few opportunities to make up credits.  Many teachers are available during lunch. After-school tutoring is available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays for Math, Science and Social Science.  Math tutoring is also available daily at lunch in 1510. Several English teachers are offering assistance with writing assignments online. Pick up a tutor schedule in the Student Service Center for more information and a tutor log to earn credit for attending tutoring.


HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT THE NEWA-G” COLLEGE READINESS AWARD?  A-G’s are the 15 College Prep courses students must pass with a “C” or better to be eligible to apply to the University of California (UC) or California State University (CSU).  Students who complete their A-G’s are considered “College Ready”! Since it is important for all students to graduate with the knowledge and skills necessary to to be successful in college should they choose this path, it is recommended that all students complete the A-G requirements.  Therefore every Senior, whether they choose to start at a 4-year college, 2-year college or trade school, as well as those who choose to serve our country in the military, who have completed the A-G requirements with a “C” or better, will receive the A-G Award! These Seniors will be given a Certificate of Achievement prior to graduation as well as a special cord to be worn over their gown at graduation to acknowledge this important accomplishment.