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    Dear Seniors and Families 

     

    The end of fall semester will be here before we know it!   If you have not yet done so, please schedule a meeting with your advisor to review your transcript and spring ILP’s to make sure you will be eligible for May 2022 graduation. Spring ILPs should be in SALTT, advisor approved, by January 14, 2022. Those of you graduating in December, keep in mind that December Graduates’ final grades are due Friday, December 10. 

      

    You are invited to attend a series of free seminars with Mari Jo Parks, Career and College Coach, prepared especially for our Frontier families. Registration is required (please see attached handout). All seminars are held on Google Meet from 1:00 to 2:30pm on the following dates: 

    Friday, November 5:  College Selection – Finding the Right College for You! 

    Friday, November 19:  Paying for College – Financial Aid and Scholarships 

    Friday, December 3:  Educational Opportunities – Explore Training Beyond College 

     

    If you need an official transcript, please make the request through ASD’s designated centralized location: https://anchorageak.scriborder.com. Allow ten days for processing. After graduation, remember to request your final official high school transcript be sent to institutions requiring them.  

     

    If Frontier can answer questions or help in any way, please email, or give your advisor a call. 

  • Future Ahead Seminars for

    High School Students

     

    Mari Jo Parks, College and Career Coach, will host Google Meet sessions to help students and parents get started on finding career pathways, educational opportunities including college, vocational schools, apprentice programs, information about financial aid and much more.

     

      Click here for more information on these seminars

     

    • College, Careers, Apprenticeships, and Employment

      Have you just graduated high school or maybe you are looking to the future? Where should you go to college? Should you get a job? What about an apprenticeship program? Where do you even start?

      Click this link to find valuable information specifically for Alaska students.

      https://www.asdk12.org/Page/5496