Sophomore Information

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SOPHOMORE YEAR - CHECKLIST

To be classified as a Sophomore you must have 6 Earned Credits

SOPHOMORE YEAR

_____Choose challenging courses and electives that are related to your career interests

_____Build a strong Grade Point Average (gpa) and Class Ranking by making good grades in everything

_____Sign up and take the PSAT test, given each October. This year the test will be given at LHS on October 10th for FREE!

_____Learn more about your career interests, skills and research careers @ www.careercruising.com

_____Get involved with LHS clubs and organizations; active membership is great for your resume’

_____Volunteer in your church, school & community. Be sure to keep a record of all that you do!

____ Complete scholarship searches & learn all deadlines for all colleges & scholarships @ www.fastweb.com, www.everychanceeverytexan.org/about/scholars, www.scholarships.com, www.studentscholarships.org, etc.

Sophomore Calendar

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Sophomore Calendar.pdf

Dual Credit

SOPHOMORES - If you complete Austin Community College (ACC) Admissions requirements, you may take courses during the summer before your junior year. You are not limited to what we offer on the Lockhart High School campus. Passing the Reading and Writing portions of your ACC entrance test (the TSI test) will meet the prerequisite requirements for dual credit courses. Currently, you can take ACC courses tuition free on campus as a Dual Credit student. The classes currently offered during the school day are listed for the junior and senior school years. ACC does limit the total number of tuition-free courses to 12 courses per student. Learn more at: www.austincc.edu/dual

NewStudentEnrollmentSteps1.2017.pdf

Subject: The University of Texas at Austin Automatic Admission Policy

Senate Bill 175, passed by the 81st Texas Legislature, allows The University of Texas at Austin to limit automatic admission to 75 percent of the university’s enrollment capacity designated for first-time resident undergraduate students.

The University has determined that it will automatically admit all eligible summer/fall 2020 and spring 2021 freshman applicants who rank within the top 6% of their high school graduating classes, with remaining spaces to be filled through holistic review.

If you have questions regarding this policy, please contact Rachelle Hernandez, Senior Vice Provost for Enrollment Management at The University of Texas at Austin at

(512) 471-4363.

Attachment – Notification Letter from The University of Texas at Austin President Gregory L. Fenves

College Planning: 9th/10th Grade.pdf

College Planning Check List

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