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Transcript Requests/Diplomas

Crete High School does not keep a copy of diplomas.  Student's needing proof of graduation can request a copy of their transcript which lists the date of graduation, GPA, rank, and test scores (such as ACT/SAT).   Graduates . . .

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Helpful Websites

Register for Selective Service - all males must register with Selective Service at the age of 18. www.sss.gov Occupational Outlook Handbook - a nationally recognized source of career information published by the US Dept of labor. . . .

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Career Academy Partnership

What is The Career Academy Partnership?   Area high schools and Southeast Community College are partnering to give students more opportunities to learn about careers and the earn college credit while still in high school. . . .

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Test-Taking Myths Demystified

Test-Taking Myths Demystified             By Sandra Choron, taken from the College Outlook, Fall 2007 They plague us from grade school on up, and if you haven’t had enough of . . .

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College Planning for Students with Disabilities

This document may be accessed in its entirety at educationquest.org . The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Project NETS and EducationQuest Foundation have developed a handbook titled, College Planning for Student with Disabilities – a . . .

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Nebraska Career Connections

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Nebraska Career Connections is the central online location for career, job, education, planning, and training resources designed for Nebraska . The Nebraska Career Connections is a collaborative effort of several state agencies . . .

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Minimum Graduation Requirements (grades 9-12)   English = 40 credits Social Studies = 35 credits to include 5 credit hours in Government    Science = 30 credits    Math = 30 credits   . . .

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Academic Success - Basic Tips

Academic Success Attendance plays a big role in academic success.  Students need to be in attendance unless truly ill.  Unless a student has a fever over 100 degrees, they should be in school.  Avoid scheduling . . .

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