Attention Seniors: Upcoming Important Dates

Attention Seniors: Upcoming Important Dates                                                                                                                    Senior News 1



Wednesday, November 18th:  A Jostens Rep will be at LaBrae High School to take orders!  If your order is UNDER $50 a deposit is NOT REQUIRED.  If it is OVER $50 a $50 deposit will be required.  You may also order on-line!  The longer you wait to place your order the more the cap and gown will cost.  ALL ORDERS ARE DUE ASAP.  #Classof2016

Thursday, December 3rd:  A Jostens Rep will be at TCTC (during all lunches) to take orders! #Classof2016


Tuesday, November 24th:  All Senior Surveys (Class song, motto, flower and color) are due.  Only one survey per senior please.  If you did not fill out the survey and would like to please go to 

Tuesday, November 24th:  COLLEGE & FINANCIAL AID NIGHT!  This is an informational meeting for you and your parents to attend!  Have questions...this is the place to be! #Classof2016

Thursday, Decmember 3rd:  Senior Class Panoramic Photo!  ALL SENIORS ARE TO BE AT THE LABRAE CAFETERIA AT 7:40am WEARING YOUR SENIOR SHIRTS....don't have one....WEAR A BLACK SHIRT!  #Classof2016

Monday & Tuesday, December 14th & 15th:  Seniors VOTE on the class survey results!  Watch for the google document link to cast your vote!

Friday, December 18th:  All senior pictures are due to Mrs. Aldridge for the yearbook.


Senior Information

Senior Forms

CC+ Letter of Intent

The Simple Dollar

The Simple Dollar is an informative and helpful guide to college scholarships.  Click on the link and read this highly acclaimed syndicated website.  The Simple Dollar has been featured and has been given high praise on reputable sources such as CNN, MSN, The Wall Street Journal, and Forbes for its money saving ideas and valuable information.

Trent, the founder, started the site as a blog about getting himself out of personal debt. His experiences have helped thousands of people also escape the trappings of debt. Because college loan debt is a hot button issue now, one resource we prepared to help students save money on tuition is The College Scholarship Guide. There are many scholarships available to students of all kinds and this guide not only provides actionable tips on applying for those scholarships, but it also helps students realize how accessible and truly valuable getting a scholarship can be. Higher education costs are at an all-time high, and landing into the right scholarship could be the difference between graduating debt-free or paying off loans for years and years. The great news is that anyone can just be eligible for some type of scholarship. A resource like this will help students and their families prepare for post-secondary education. You just need to know where to look and be organized enough to apply. This guide takes you through the steps.


Ohio Graduation Test (OGT)

The Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) will be administered to all 10th grade students, and 11th and 12th grade students who have not passed a portion(s) of the OGT, the entire week of March 10th.  Also, all 9th graders will be given an OGT practice test this same week.

Freshman, Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors taking the test will be expected to be at school by 7:40 a.m. as the OGT administration will begin promptly at 7:45 a.m.  Student attendance is of the utmost importance.  A light breakfast will be provided at no cost beginning at 7:25 a.m. in the cafeteria.   Additional food will be available at usual school prices.

All 11th and 12th grade students who are not taking the OGT, will be on a delayed schedule during the entire week of March 10th.

Students not taking the test will be permitted into the building at 10:15 a.m. with 1st period class beginning at 10:24 a.m.   All students must enter through the main event entrance and sit in the cafeteria until the bell rings at 10:21 a.m.  We cannot arrange for transportation at this time.  For those students with transportation problems, a supervised study hall will be available in the Cafeteria from 7:40 a.m. until 10:21 a.m.  Only students taking the test or in study hall will be permitted entry into the building during testing time (7:45 a.m. until 10:15 a.m.).

Throughout the testing week, students will follow an amended schedule which will allow all classes to meet every day, thus maintaining our educational programs.

Please contact Linda Nogales at (330) 898-0800, ext. 544, if you have any questions.

Educational Resource

We are excited to share an educational resource tool that focuses on students who choose to go to school online.  We understand that campus life is not for everyone, and we want all students to be afforded the same opportunities in education.  This site offers a complete directory of the top accredited online schools, colleges, and universities, in addition to providing useful information when determining if online schooling is for you, including:

  • Find your perfect school
  • Learn the advantages of pursuing your degree online
  • Understand why accreditation matters
  • How schools become accredited
  • National vs Regional accreditation
  • Choosing the best online university for you

  Go to to learn more.

Our first College Night

The guidance department now has a Twitter account: @LaBraeGuidance  Find us and follow us to stay connected to information from our office.  We will be tweeting information about ACT/SAT deadlines, college news, college acceptances, scholarships, etc.  We are excited about being connected in this new way.  

LaBrae Guidance hosted our First College Night this past Thursday night.  Thank you to everyone who came out and made it successful!

LaBrae Acceleration Information

LaBrae Local Schools does provide opportunities for families to have their child, where appropriate, to be given consideration for academic acceleration.  Parents should read the District policy on acceleration.  Parents can access the policy through the following link: Promotion, Academic Acceleration, Placement, and Retention.

Additionally, parents should read the acceleration  notice.  Should a parent like to make a referral, the parent can print off the referral form located on the District website and submit it to the building principal for consideration. 


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