- Scholarships, Apprenticeships, Opportunities
- Financial Aid
- Colleges, Trades, Military
May 2: Scholarship forms (included here, in quarter three report cards and available in guidance) are due no later than Monday, May 2, 2022 3pm.
May 27: Caps and gowns will be distributed on May 27 during lunches in the lobby. Checks for $23 can be made out to Balfour, or bring cash. Do not iron the gown, instead hang it up to take out the wrinkles.
June 3: The Senior Checkout Form will be available on June 3rd in the guidance office. All of your books (textbooks, library, etc.), laptops, chargers and cords, etc., must be returned or paid for before graduation. The form is due to Mrs. Cooney no later than Friday, June 10.
June 3: Tickets for graduation can be obtained from Mrs. Cooney in the guidance office starting June 3rd when she signs your Senior Checkout Form. Each student will receive 7 tickets in case graduation must be held indoors. Weather permitting, graduation will be outside and no tickets will be necessary.
June 9 & 10: MANDATORY MARCHING PRACTICE will be June 9 & 10 starting at 1pm and lasting until everyone gets it, usually two hours on the first day. Please plan ahead. Students will be marching alphabetically by last name. Participation in practice is required to participate in the graduation ceremony.
June 11: Graduation is June 11th at 11am. You must be in the GMTCC CEC room no later than 10 am. Yes, you should bring your cap and gown. The graduation speaker is Mr. Nick Allen.
July 1: Your school email address will cease to exist on July 1. Please plan accordingly.
Order graduation announcements from First Step Print Shop in Jericho (www.firststepprintshop.com) or Balfour (www.balfour.com), or make your own.
Information: All information will be updated on the school’s webpage under Families and Seniors, and on senior class social media via the senior class president.
Questions? See Ms. Tighe or Mrs. Cooney.
ALL SENIOR MATERIALS ARE DUE ON DECEMBER 1st FOR THE YEARBOOK
Submit Your Photos: email@example.com
Senior and Baby Photos: Must be in JPEG format. Larger file sizes preferred. DO NOT screenshot an image on your phone.
Senior Write-up: 650 character limit, including spaces, no naughty words or acronyms. If your write-up is deemed inappropriate or is too long, you will be contacted to change it.
Senior write-up format example:
Clubs & Activities: Baseball, Softball, Hunting, Homework
Senior Will: Thanks mom and dad for everything you have done for me. I truly appreciate it even though I leave my dirty laundry everywhere. Thanks Mrs. Frankfurter for teaching me cursive. My future plans are to attend so and so university and/or get a high paying job so I can pay my parents back for that car loan.
Enrollment Deadline: Any senior enrolled at LUHS before the end of the first semester, January 14, 2022, will be included in the yearbook if they provide all of the necessary photos, etc.
Parents can purchase a recognition ad in the yearbook here: https://www.jostens.com/apps/jcom/router.mvc?affiliateId=1120467
Yearbooks will be available in June. You can order one through Jostens or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parents! Want to put in a recognition ad for your senior? Go here! Deadline is February 10, 2022.
Order your yearbook here! Yearbooks are $55.
Before you settle on a college, check out this website, which will compare college costs with potential earnings after you graduate, and colleges that offer your degree but are significantly more affordable.
Be sure to check out additional scholarships available in the guidance office.
Green Mountain Fraternal Order of Eagles: The Green Mountain Fraternal Order of Eagles in Jeffersonville is accepting applications for two achievement/scholarships they offer. The Robbie Pollander and the Edison A. Reynolds Awards. Both in the amount of $500. These awards can be used by the recipients for anything school related, from books to transportation, or classes to clothing. They are available to any high school graduating senior in Lamoille County. Our awards are not based on academics. They are granted to any high school senior that expresses the qualities of a good citizen in their community with the desire to pursue a higher education. Requirements for consideration are: the submission of a biography and a theme based short essay. The theme is "In my community, people helping people." All entries are due postmarked by May 31, 2022. Send to the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Attention David May, P.O. Box 216, Jeffersonville, VT 05464-0216.
There is an additional scholarship available from the Auxiliary specifically for female students. The criteria is the same as above. All entries should be submitted to Ladies Auxiliary, Fraternal Order of Eagles, P. O. Box 326, Jeffersonville, VT 05464-0216
How about an apprenticeship?
Are you thinking about going to college? Will you be the first in your family? Talk to your school’s VSAC Counselor, Katie Gesser, about joining Talent Search – a far-reaching program to help students and families pay for college. Email Katie at email@example.com to apply!
What do you want to do? Learn a trade? College? Military? So many options! Here are a few links that might be helpful.