Study for your finals! Your finals can be as much as 20% of your final grade, so study and take them seriously.
See if your school has special study sessions to work with your peers and tutors.
AZCIS Reality Check
It is never too early to start thinking about life after high school and the costs associated with it. Take this quick reality check to put things in perspective. Then thank your parents/guardians for everything they do to support you.
Logging into AZCIS is easy - Login to Rapid Identity and click on the AZCIS icon > Assessments > Reality Check
Complete your ECAP
Your ECAP is part of your graduation requirements. Login to AZCIS, review your Senior Checklist and your My ECAP report to make sure it is up-to-date and complete. You do not have to have your entire life figured out; rather, you should have a documented plan or direction for your next steps after high school. The Maricopa Community Colleges may also request your ECAP to better help advise you. If you need help finishing your ECAP, speak with your Career Center staff or Counselors.
Check your college portals
If you are planning to attend a college in the fall, you need to review your next steps which are often found in the college portal ex. MyASU, UA Future
Things to look for:
Accepting your financial aid package
Enrollment Deposits (may be deferred to be paid with financial money)
Check out the video below of a webinar hosted by GoToCollegeFairs that discusses everything you need to know about finishing up high school and what you need to know/bring as you prepare for college life.
Finish the Semester Strong & Study for Your Finals
Keep up your good study habits! If you are struggling at any time: 1st-Consult your teacher, 2nd-Seek tutoring assistance, and 3rd-Consult your Counselor.
Take advantage of any teacher or school-wide study sessions. Do not wait till the very last week to get help in a subject you may be struggling with. If you feel like a class is particularly easy for you, help out a friend and be a tutor. Teaching peers can only help solidify learning the material for you, too.
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