Rocket Nation Seniors
*Senior "To Do" List - click HERE
2021 Pennlive Best & Brightest -
- To be eligible, a senior must have at least a B or 3.0 grade point average although a grade point average below 3.0 because of extenuating circumstances does not preclude participation.
- Seniors must attend a public or independent high school or be home-schooled or attend cyber school in Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry or York county. Local residents attending schools in other counties or states are not eligible.
- Selection is based on academic achievement, extracurricular activities and service to school, peers and community as well as an autobiographical essay and two letters of recommendation.
- Educators select the semifinalists and leaders from business, the arts, education, faith, government and the community choose the 20 finalists.
- For the first time, entry for Best and Brightest is entirely online. Click HERE to apply!
SAT/ACT Information : 2020-2021 Dates
Click HERE to view scholarships and financial aide resources to assist in your college adventures!
Click HERE for insight to FAFSA, PHEAA, and other college affordability tools.
We are so excited for your senior year and hope that you are as well! As you start this year we also want you to start thinking of life after high school. We have created three videos which will hope to inspire you and help you navigate this process. We hope that you will utilize these resources below to help with your planning for after high school life. We will also be meeting with each of you individually to discuss your plans and help with this process. If any point you have questions don’t hesitate to let us know.
- College Bound (Video) (Google Slide Show)
- Military (Video) (Google Slide Show)
- Work Force/Trades/Apprenticeships (Video) (Google Slide Show)
Learn some tricks, tips, and get some helpful resource information on how to fund your College Experience: