Senior and Graduation Information

The Graduation Ceremony will take place on May 28th at 7:00 pm in Woodmen Stadium. 

Seniors can find information and handouts related to Commencement on their Senior Canvas page under "Graduation Information"

Letter to Senior Parents

Cap and Gown Order Information


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Important information for Seniors

College Entrance Exams

ACT – The ACT is administered at various locations in September, October, December, February, April, June, and July. TSeniors who are planning to attend college and have not taken this exam or students who would like to retake the ACT should register at www.act.org .  

SAT - The SAT is administered at various locations in October, November, December, March, May and June. Seniors who are planning to attend college and have not taken the SAT or students who would like to retake the SAT should register online at www.collegeboard.org. 

College bound seniors who have not taken one or both of these exams should register immediately for the next available administration.

Applications- College and scholarship applications should be accessed online.  After submitting a college application, students need to request that a transcript be sent to that college (see Transcripts below). Some colleges also require that ACT/SAT test scores be sent directly from the testing institution. Make sure to verify application deadlines to ensure that scholarship opportunities are not missed.

Transcripts- All transcript requests should go through the online request site Naviance Student. Instructions and guides can be found on the Senior Canvas Page. If you need assistance, please see Mrs. Laug.  

FAFSA- Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form is available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.   The FAFSA is due by April 15. Every student should fill out the FASFA form, regardless of your financial situation.   

Scholarships- Local schoarlships are posted on the Naviance Student website in the scholarship list. 

College Visit Days - Students may take 2 to visit colleges. Students should obtain a form from the guidance office at least two days prior to the visit. When contacting a college to set up a visit, make sure you relate what it is that interests you about their school. Parents should plan on attending with their student, your observations and concerns are important! The college visit form must be signed by a representative from the college you visited and returned to the main office.  Colleges also visit GHS.  A list is posted outside the cafe with times and dates of visits.  

If you have any questions, please contact your guidance counselor.

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