STEP HIGHER EDUCATIONAL TOURS PRESENTS:
COLLEGE TOUR MEETING
Wednesday April 29th
Summer Affordable College Tour
Woodlawn Recreation Center
10050 Woodlawn Blvd
Grades 9th thru 11th Welcome
Fun filled week of educational exposure!
4 days & 3 nights
July 14th - July 17th
8 Colleges & Universities
Tennessee State University
University of Kentucky
Kentucky State University
Clark Atlanta University
University of Louisville
Price Includes $300.00 if paid by May 1st after that Cost $350.00
Round Trip Motor Coach along with: Breakfast at each hotel,
Hotel Accommodations (Quad Occupancy)
Tour of all colleges/Historical Landmarks College Tour bag
For more information please give us a call at (513)436-0118 or visit us at:
Please join us to share your ideas, thoughts and opinions on how your schools should approach a changing landscape. Our next Community Conversation is scheduled for Wednesday, April 29 at 7 pm in the Lakota West Community Room.
These conversations are about deepening the relationship and building a partnership with residents, finding common ground on our core values around education, defining the purpose of education, and confronting and solving difficult issues in education.
Congressman John Boehner to Host two Service Academy Information Nights. Representatives from the Naval Academy, Military Academy, Merchant Marine Academy, Coast Guard Academy, and the Air Force Academy will be on hand to answer questions.
Purpose: The purpose of these scholarships is to provide assistance to four Lakota H.S. students to continue their post-secondary education in fields utilizing math and/or science. Preference will be given towards those pursuing careers in engineering, math, physics, chemistry and related fields.
Eligibility: In order to qualify for the P&G Math & Science Scholarships the recipients must be a senior at either Lakota East or West High School, have at least a 3.5 GPA and have taken (or is taking) at least one AP or honors level math or science class.
Award: Four $2,000 scholarships (two at Lakota East, two at Lakota West)
Recipient: A committee composed of a Lakota High School math teacher, science teacher, counselor, administrator and a representative from P&G will select the recipients. Selection will be made through a process of reviewing the completed application and a personal interview of the top six candidates. The math and science department chairpersons will review the applications and select the pool of candidates for the final interview (3 from math, 3 from science.) The final recipient will be selected by a democratic vote of the committee members.
Application: Return completed applications to Mr. Michael Anderson in the Guidance Office by April 13, 2015. Applications should be typed either on the form or by attaching separate sheets, using as much space as necessary to properly answer the questions. Attach an unofficial seventh semester transcript with math and science courses highlighted. Please include copies of your highest ACT & SAT score reports as well.