SKYLINE COUNSELING

Counseling & Career Center + Student Services

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NEWS!

2021 Summer School

Skyline will be offering summer school options to address learning loss during the pandemic quarters. If you are interested, please click on the information link for days and times. Use the Registration link to fill out a registration form.

Information

Registration

Summer Credit Recovery

Summer Credit Recovery will be held June 7 through June 30, from 10:00AM to 2:00PM. If you need to make up credits from this or previous school years, please attend to begin recovering those credits and get back on track for graduation. No registration is required. Check the Main Office for the classroom number for that week.

Attention Seniors

Scholarship Awards

Report your scholarship offers here.

Senior Exit Survey

Please use the QR Code to the right to complete the Senior Exit Survey.

Data from the survey is used to improve our programs and to see what our students' plans are for after high school.

Summer Granite Online Enrollment

May 6 is the last day to enroll for Summer Online classes. All classes, with the exception of Driver's Education, will be semester-length and will be free of charge. The Driver's Education fee of $140 must be paid between May 13 and May 25.

To enroll, please fill out the enrollment form found HERE . Return your completed form to your school counselor. Summer classes begin June 9 and all coursework and tests must be completed by August 6 at 4:00pm. Students may enroll in up to two (2) summer classes.

Seal of Biliteracy Testing

Seniors interested in applying for the Utah Seal of Biliteracy can find the requirements, testing information, application, and any other information on the World Language page of the Granite School District website. Testing should be completed by the second week of April in order to receive the results in time for graduation. If you have any questions, please contact your school counselor.

AP Exams

If you have any questions regarding upcoming AP Exams or need to change your exam date or format, please contact the AP Coordinator, Kati Fadenrecht, at kjfadenrecht@graniteschools.org.


AP Testing begins on May 3. For AP test during Administration 1 (May 3-May 17):

  • Check in will begin at 7:30am for tests beginning at 8:00am.

  • Check in will begin at 11:30am for tests beginning at 12:00pm.

  • Exam locations will be sent out via email (as listed on MyAP) for your specific tests. Be sure to check your email to see where you will be testing. All testing sites will be held at Skyline High School.

  • Students will not be called down to the testing room. They are responsible for arriving at the testing site on time.

  • Please bring a number 2 pencil (not mechanical) and a blue or black ball-point pen. We will have extras on hand.

  • Please bring a calculator if your test requires it.

  • No cellphones, smart watches, backpacks, etc. will be permitted in the testing room.


Are you a Junior? Do you still need to meet with your counselor for your annual CCR Meeting??? If so, call the Counseling Center at 385-646-5421 to set up an appointment today!

College and Career Readiness Meetings

Counselors are currently meeting with juniors for their CCR meetings. To make an appointment with your student's counselor, call 385-646-5421.

Please see the Junior and Senior CCR Packets below for resources and information regarding high school credit, testing, college admissions, and more.

CCR Information Packets

11th Grade CCR Packet

12th Grade CCR Packet

Keys to Success Checklists

9th Grade

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade

FAFSA Application Help

You can still get help to fill out your FAFSA application. UHEAA is offering some Virtual FAFSA Nights. Please RSVP at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VirtualFAFSANightRSVP.

The FAFSA Application opens October 1 and can be found at https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa/. For a step-by-step video on filling out the FAFSA, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NZH_QUivQQ.


COUNSELING CENTER

Our intent as a Counseling Center is to provide the necessary information, tools, and skills for students to have meaningful opportunities during high school and in their post-secondary endeavors.

The links on this site are meant to supplement the academic support of your Counselor. Please contact us at any time to set up an appointment!

(385) 646-5421