Sophomore Year

  • Things to do:

    • Plan a rigorous course schedule.
    • Keep your grades up.
    • Get more involved! College are looking for students who have a variety of interests: though it is better to have depth in a few activities than to have less depth in many activities.
    • Consider a leadership role in one of your extracurricular activities.
    • Keep a list of your activities and involvements inside and outside of school: Volunteer!
    • Which classes are your favorites?  Research careers which are in line with your interests and talents.
    • Establish strong time management skills. Build your vocabulary and continue to improve your reading and writing.
    • Visit college web sites, attend local colleges, collect college literature. This will jump start your junior year!
    • Prepare for standardized tests.  But remember, some colleges are test optional.
    • Consider the SAT Subject Tests in your strong subject areas.  Take World History, Biology or Chemistry while the material is still fresh in your mind!


Sophomore Parent Night Q & A

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    Sophomore Parent Night Q & A


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    Sophomore Parent Night: What to Expect Junior Year

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    Sophomore Parent Night Q & A

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