STUDENT SERVICES AND COUNSELING    

ACADEMIC ADVISING

Please make an appointment with Mrs. Bueby to review your classes and credits toward graduation each year.

  • The course description book can be found here: ERHS COURSE GUIDEBOOK 2017-2018
  • To access the Transcripts tab and request that a copy of your transcript be sent to you, your college/university, NCAA, etc. click here: Transcripts
  • To print a copy of the Scholarships List click here: Scholarships 2018-2019. A list of scholarships due in December and through next year will be coming soon. Most scholarship applications are online and copies of paper applications are in the file cabinet in Student Services.   See Mrs. Bueby or Mrs. Molby for more information.
  • The College Visit tab can be accessed here: College Visit Dates/Times

SCHEDULING

Scheduling begins with course requests. To access the Scheduling tab for more information and forms click here: Scheduling  Schedules are available before the start of school. Please review for critical changes such as:

  • Any missing classes (no 2nd hour, etc.)
  • Class without meeting the prerequisites, A sections without B, and B sections without A for English, Math and Science.

If your schedule needs adjustment, see Mrs. Bueby on the appointed day/time per the welcome letter from Mr. Travis. Any other changes can be discussed before/after school, during lunch, or submitted on the change request form no later than five days after the start of the term.

NCAA Eligibility 

Wondering about NCAA eligibility? View this presentation that will answer all your basic questions: NCAA Eligibility Presentation

After viewing the presentation, plan to meet with Mrs. Bueby for audits and additional questions.


CAREER PLANNING AND EXPLORATION

EDP: Educational Development Plan

www.careercruising.com

TESTING

  • Freshmen: PSAT 8/9- Fall & Spring 
  • Sophomores: NMSQT – Fall & PSAT 10 – Spring 
  • Juniors: NMSQT – Fall & Michigan Merit Exam (MME)  required exams in the Spring (SAT/WorkKeys/MSTEP).
  • OptionalACT: various dates at www.actstudent.org; ERHS code: 231-340
  • Optional SAT: various dates at www.collegeboard.com; ERHS code: 231-340

PERSONAL

Student Assistance through Mrs. Bueby and Miss Gervais

Third Level Crisis Center and other referrals available

JUNIORS/SENIORS- IMPORTANT DATES

September/October/November

  • Recruiters: Check the announcements online for scheduled visits
  • Seniors: College Applications: Send out of state and early decision applications by specific college deadlines. Check with your college for requirements and deadlines. Complete the application online. Request letters of recommendation at least two weeks before the due date with a resume. Common Application users: you will need a recommendation from Mrs. Bueby – submit a resume and fill out the Senior Brag Sheet early.  Request transcripts through Parchment, use the link on the transcript tab, and allow one to two weeks for processing.

ERHS code:231-340

  • Scholarships: It is time to search and apply for some scholarships. Check out the ERHS Scholarship tab often, and the financial aid tab at www.careercruising.com. Updated information is in the Student Services Office and on our website.
  • Seniors- Additional Scholarships: Contact the colleges where you are applying for their in-house opportunities and awards.
  • ACT: Register for the ACT at www.act.org. or www.actstudent.org Practice tests are available online.
  • SAT: Register for the SAT online. Questions? look online at www.collegeboard.com
  • Athletes: Register with the NCAA Clearinghouse or NAIA early, information is available at www.ncaaclearinghouse.net ACT or SAT scores must be sent from directly from ACT or SAT. Use the above web addresses for ACT and SAT. Send your official transcript through the Parchment link on the transcript tab. 
  • Dual Enrollment: See Mrs. Bueby in April/May for semester one, October/November for semester two. You must have qualifying scores on the Compass or ACT/SAT, and follow procedures set by NMC and ERHS.  If you fail a college class, you will not be eligible to take more and may need to reimburse the district. 
  • Financial Aid: A Regional FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) information session by the Northwestern Michigan College Financial Aid Department.  Learn about the FAFSA, Federal, State and local grants, scholarships and loans, and start or finish the FAFSA that becomes available October 1.FAFSA: Financial Aid applications are available online beginning October 1 at www.fafsa.ed.gov.  A Social Security, FSA ID, and Federal Tax information are needed for completion of the application. A Federal Student ID (FSA ID) is REQUIRED to apply for the FAFSA. To create yours, click here: FSA ID. See Mrs. Bueby if you have any questions.For more information on Financial Aid, click here: Financial Aid Tab 

December/January

Enjoy the holiday and prepare for exams after break!

 

February/March/April

Seniors: Scholarships – Watch for local and other scholarship deadlines. Apply early and for any you may be qualified to be awarded.  Applications are mostly online, with paper applications in the Student Services Office.

Click link below to print a list of scholarships through November; December through next year will be coming soon!

Scholarships 2018-2019

Juniors and Seniors – AP Test Registration: Pre-registration is required with fee, due in February/March.  See Mrs. Bueby if you have any questions.

May/June

AP Testing: First weeks of May, specific dates are posted in the Student Services Office or online at collegeboard.com under AP Central.

Senior Graduation: Congratulations!

Updated 9/5/18