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The Minnesota Office of Higher Education is pleased to announce the upcoming Summer Academic Enrichment Program for summer 2013. This program is made possible by the federal College Access Challenge Grant awarded to the Office. FLYER: CLICK HERE The Summer Academic Enrichment Program will provide stipends to students completing grades 3 to 11 to cover all or a portion of the fee for attending approved summer academic enrichments programs offered by postsecondary educational institutions and nonprofits located in Minnesota. Students must be Minnesota residents who meet the income qualifications for free or reduced price lunches. Students in grades 7-11 must have earned at least an overall “C” average or its equivalent for the most recently recorded academic term (semester/quarter/trimester) or have earned at least a “C” average or its equivalent for the most recently recorded academic term in the subject area applicable to the summer program the student wishes to attend. The amount of each student’s stipend will be based on the fee for the summer academic enrichment activity up to the maximum stipend of $1,000. Stipends made possible by this grant will allow students from low-income families throughout the state to attend summer academic enrichment programs offered by Minnesota colleges and nonprofits. Programs will provide an opportunity for students to gain exposure to the college environment and improve their academic skills in order to be better prepared for college. Students can only receive one stipend to attend one summer camp, even if the camp is less than the $1,000 maximum stipend
Students must apply for the stipend directly to the eligible camp, stipends will be issued on a first-come-first-serve basis. Therefore, students are encouraged to apply early.
if you have questions about the Summer Academic Enrichment Program.
2013 Minnesota Business Venture is a week-long residential camp designed to introduce high school students (completing grades 9-12) to the business world through firsthand experiences. You’ll live on a college campus, meet numerous business leaders, and listen to knowledgeable speakers from various companies. MBV show you how to apply knowledge of marketing, entrepreneurship, investing, leadership skills. SCSU (July 14-19) or St. John’s University (July28-August 2) Fee to attend $125 ($175 after April 19th) this includes room & board; financial aid is available. More information can be found on www.bestprep.org
Minnesota Institute for Talented Youth Summer 2013 Expand Your Mind Grades 7-12 www.mity.org
UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY Summer 2013 STEM PROGRAM WWW.USNA.EDU/ADMISSIONS/STEM 8TH -11TH GRADE June 10-15 10th June 17-21 11th
UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY SUMMER SEMINAR 2013
www.USNA.EDU/ADMISSIONS/NASS This is a fast-paced six-day experience of all aspects of the Naval Academy including the academic program and midshipman life. If you think that you are interested in pursuing an appointment to one of the nation’s service academics and serving your country as an officer, you should seriously consider attending this summer seminar.
PLAY, LEARN AND SERVE MINNESOTA CHILDREN’S MUSEUM PLAY TEAM Required commitment of ten shifts. Apply now! Applications are due Friday, May 3. To apply: MCM.org/volunteer 651-225-6046
Roots 'N Reading ---Spend time outdoors with great kids this summer! We’re looking for patient, fun, and caring individuals to work with youth in a summer program at PPL housing communities in St. Paul and New Hope. “RnR” is literacy education, community gardening, and environment-themed enrichment activities, plus field trips to community gardens and nature preserves. No previous gardening experience necessary!
Schedule & Locations: Tuesdays &/or Thursdays, 5:30-7:30 pm (6/18-8/15) PPL Linden Place Apts., 5501 Boone Ave. N, New Hope 55428 Fort Road Flats, 2236 7th St W, St Paul 55116 PPL Selby Tri-stone Apts. , 710 Selby Ave., St. Paul, 55103 Contact Laura Bohen @ 612-455-5108 or
Michigan Tech Summer Youth Program www.YOUTHPROGRAMS.MTU.EDU July 7-13 an opportunity for students traditionally underrepresented in Engineering and Science.
Gustavuswww.gustavus.edu/camps (music strings, spoken word and poetry, nursing, theater, public forum debate, speech, show choir camp, young authors)
The Maple Grove Senior High CEEB Code 241-489 Official Test Scores (ACT/SAT) must be sent directly from the testing service to College or University
ACT & SAT suggests students take official exams in the spring of their junior year. Students can also get free online resources to prepare for the test. In addition to the quick and easy access of registering online, students will receive immediate confirmation of their registration. Seniors who are taking college entrance tests for the first time or re-taking the test should do so in October. This will insure that your results will be back in time to include them with your college application.
Telephone Service You must pay via MasterCard, Visa or electronic checking. There is an additional $10 fee for telephone service in addition to the fee for each report. 319-337-1313Monday through Friday 8:30 am – 5:00pm
Regular Report - $11.00 is a complete report and is normally processed within one week of receipt of your request. These reports are delivered in the next cycle requested by the college or agency, at least once a month.
Priority Report $16.00 is normally processed on working day after receipt of your request and is usually delivered 3 business days later.
An official transcript bears the Maple Grove Senior High School seal, the signature of the CRC personnel and must be sent directly to the college or university from MGSH. Transcripts for scholarshipsonly may be returned to students in a sealed envelope. Requests will be processed in the order they are received allowing 7 working days to process.
November 8th, 2013 is the cut-off date for college application and scholarships to be sent by winter break. During this time, transcripts may take longer to process due to the large number of requests. Applications will continue to be accepted after the cut-off date but may not be sent until school resumes in January. However, if all deadline applications are completed and time permits, we will continue to process applications on a first come basis.
**For students using the COMMON APPLICATION -- You will need to make an appointment with your counselor to have the Secondary School Report filled out. Please bring the form and envelopes to your colleges/universities to your appointment.
The first three transcripts will be sent free of charge. A $3.00 processing fee will be charged for each request following the initial three.
Official Test Scores (ACT/SAT) must be sent directly from the testing service to the college or university.
1st Trimester grades will be on transcripts by mid January with the new rank. New rank is not calculated until all PSEO grades have been submitted to MGSH.