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SAT/ACT Scores 2010-2011 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mrs. Faust   

SAT Scores

Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Essay
CLHS Mean Score

532

564

550

8
California Mean Score

499

515

499

7
National Mean Score

497

514

489

7


ACT Scores

Composite English Math Reading Science Writing
CLHS Mean Score 25 26 25 24 22 8
California Mean Score 22 22 23 22 21 8
National Mean Score 21 21 21 21 21 7
Last Updated on Friday, 11 November 2011 15:59
 
SAT/ACT Scores 2009-2010 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Vickie Faust   
Monday, 31 January 2011 14:57

SAT Scores

Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Essay
CLHS Mean Score

551

552

555

8
California Mean Score

500

513

498

7
National Mean Score

501

515

493

7


ACT Scores

Composite English Math Reading
Science
Writing
CLHS Mean Score
26 26 27 28 24 7
California Mean Score 22 22 23 22 22 8
National Mean Score 21 21 21 21 21 7
Last Updated on Monday, 31 January 2011 15:06
 
Students Visit MLC PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 20 February 2009 09:25

CLHS Studetns at MLC

Three junior girls are in New Ulm, Minnesota for a few days visiting Martin Luther College. Martin Luther College is the WELS college of ministry that prepares pastors, teachers, and staff ministers for full-time ministry in our congregations and schools. The trip is funded by a grant from MLC.

The trip gives students considering MLC a feel for the campus, students, and programs. Many CLHS alumni are currently serving in the ministry. Two of our staff members, Pastor Zimdars and Mr. Aguilar, are CLHS alums.

The photo shows the group posing for tne MLC webcam. Mr. Rosenbaum, who serves on the MLC Board and is there for meetings, is on the far left. The CLHS students are Brittany Heyn, Lauren Faust, and Sarah Sherod. Mrs. Martha Sherod is serving as chaperone. God's blessings on your visit!

 
College Guidance Newsletter-October PDF Print E-mail
Written by Vickie Faust   
Friday, 10 October 2008 06:55

Parents:

As your son/daughter works through the college application process, it is difficult at times to balance the right amount of parental involvement with your teen’s independence. Some of you may be discovering that you have to take a more active role in the process. Others of you are discovering that you need to grant your son/daughter more freedom.

I am encouraging all of you to familiarize yourself with the college application process so that you can assist your teen in making decisions. Then, trust your instincts. If you believe that your son/daughter genuinely needs your encouragement (or nagging Smile), play a more significant role. On the other hand, if you see your teen is motivated and has been doing college research/applications on his/her own, give your teen more freedom.

As the College Guidance Counselor, I would be happy to assist your son/daughter with the college application process. Please encourage your teen to make regular appointments with me for college guidance.

Seniors:

  1. Attend college fairs.
  2. Start a planning calendar to keep track of important deadlines such as SAT/ACT test dates, campus visits and interviews, application deadlines, etc.
  3. If your first SAT/ACT scores were low, take the tests again.
  4. Make college visits. If you haven’t had an interview with the admissions office, request one.
  5. Work on your essays for college applications.
  6. Remember to keep concentrating on your GPA.

Important Dates:
 October 4: SAT
 October 25: ACT
 November 1: SAT

Juniors:

  1. Check out websites and books for information on colleges. Request catalogs.
  2. Be sure to be present on October 15 when the PSAT is given at CLHS. A high score will qualify you for a National Merit Scholarship. Review the blue PSAT pamphlet that you received. Take the practice test included in the pamphlet.
  3. Concentrate on your GPA.
  4. Attend college fairs.

Sophomores:

  1. Sign up for the PSAT in the office. This one’s practice…the real one is junior year. (Pick up a PSAT pamphlet from Mrs. Faust in order to prepare for the exam.)
  2. Focus on your GPA.
  3. Attend college fairs.
Last Updated on Friday, 10 October 2008 07:09
 
College Guidance Newsletter - September PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mrs. Faust   
Thursday, 28 August 2008 16:19

Parents:

For most of us, applying to college was a pretty straightforward process. We probably applied to one or two colleges and based our choice on location, degrees offered, cost, and how difficult it was to be admitted. For the most part, the whole process was fairly stress-free.

Fast forward to 2008: the story is very different. Most seniors are encouraged to apply to four to seven schools and the competition into selective colleges can be intense. However, we must still remind our teens that the college selection process should be about “fit”—finding colleges that are a good “fit” for them. Unfortunately, assessing “fit” takes time and effort. Help your teen base his/her choices on their own needs and aspirations and which colleges can best meet them.

As the College Guidance Counselor, I would be happy to help your son/daughter navigate the college application process. Please encourage your teen to make regular appointments with me for college guidance.

Seniors:

  1. Attend college fairs.
  2. Start a planning calendar to keep track of important deadlines such as SAT/ACT test dates, campus visits and interviews, application deadlines, etc.
  3. If your first SAT/ACT scores were low, take the tests again.
  4. Make college visits. If you haven’t had an interview with the admissions office, request one.
  5. Work on your essays for college applications.

Important Dates:

Juniors:

  1. Check out websites and books for information on colleges. Request catalogs.
  2. Be sure to be present on October 15 when the PSAT (a preliminary SAT) is given at CLHS. A high score will qualify you for a National Merit Scholarship.

Sophomores:

  1. Sign up for the PSAT (a preliminary SAT) in the office. This one’s practice…the real one is junior year.
  2. Focus on your GPA. Take the most challenging classes you can handle.
Last Updated on Thursday, 28 August 2008 16:28
 
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