Deb Day, Guidance Counselor
- April 9, 2013
- March 8, 2013
- February 4, 2013
- January 17, 2013
- January 7, 2013
- December 7, 2012
- November 13, 2012
- October 24, 2012
- October 9, 2012
- October 3, 2012
- September 21, 2012
- September 12, 2012
- September 4, 2012
Financial Aid Information
Getting Ready For College
-Students may request applications, official transcripts, and letters of recommendation from the Guidance Office.
-Students requesting a letter of recommendation need to come to the Guidance Office to fill out a Student Profile form.
-All applications, including official transcripts, letters of recommendation, and the school profile must then be mailed by the student.
-If you apply online, inform the Guidance Office immediately. Download the information required of a school and bring those forms to our office.
-It is imperative that the colleges receive all required data uniformly; otherwise forms may get misplaced or lost in the Admissions Office.
The PSAT/NMSQT exam measures critical reading, math problem-solving, and writing skills developed over many years, both in and out of school. You will not have to recall facts from literature, history, or science, or complete math formulas, as this test measures your reasoning and critical thinking skills.
Why take the test?
- Get feedback about critical academic skills
- Prepare for the SAT
- Start getting ready for college
- Enter scholarship competitions
Test date - Wednesday, October 17, 7:45 - 11:00am
Students who take the exam receive access to My College QuickStart, a free personalized college and career planning kit. This useful tool takes the information and answers you provided when you took the test, and presents personalized information back to you in four main parts:
- My Online Score Report – An enhanced score report that allows you to review each test question, your answer, and the correct answer with answer explanations.
- My SAT Study Plan – A customized SAT study plan based on your PSAT/NMSQT test performance, highlighting skills for review and practice.
- My College Matches – A starter list of colleges based on your home state and selected major.
- My Major & Career Matches – Personalized lists of majors and careers, plus access to a personality assessment that suggests other compatible possibilities.
Credit Flex Forms~
- Credit Flexibility Application
- Credit Flexibility Athletic Waiver
- Credit Flexibility Plan
- Community Mentor Waiver and Acknowledgement Form
- Credit by Demonstration
- Credit for Educational Options
- Educational Options Activity Planner and Student Programs
- Credit Flexibility Intent Form
Southeast Local School District is a community united in a commitment to learning. There are four elementaries, one middle school, and Waynedale High School. 2008-09 enrollment numbers find 1,742 students being served, 441 at the high school level including 60 at the Wayne county Schools Career Center. Waynedale offers a comprehensive curriculum focusing on the college preparatory path.
21 credits are required for graduation, including English (4), Math (3), Science (3), Social Studies (3), Health (1/2), Physical Education (1/2), Economics 1/2), Fine Arts/Business Technology/Foreign Language (1). Students must pass all five sections of the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) with exception of IEP students with an exclusion.
Grade point averages are calculated on a 4.4 scale except for Advanced Placement (AP) courses on a 5.4 scale. Classroom grading scale or % for each nine weeks is denoted in parenthesis.
A+ = 4.4 points (99 – 100)
A = 4.0 points (94 – 98)
A- = 3.6 points (92 – 93)
B+ = 3.4 points (90 – 91)
B = 3.0 points (85 – 89)
B- = 2.6 points (83 – 84)
C+ = 2.4 points (81 – 82)
C = 2.0 points (76 – 80)
C- = 1.6 points (74 – 75)
D+ = 1.4 points (72 – 73)
D = 1.0 points (67 – 71)
D- = 0.6 points (65 – 66)
F = 0.0 points (0 – 64)
50-55% of seniors enroll in a four-year college with 10-15% entering two-year colleges or technical institutions. Military enlistment varies from year to year.
2012 ACT average composite was 20.7. Subscale averages were English 20.7, Math 21.8, Reading 21.6 and Science 22.3.