Congratulations to the CCS Graduating Class of 2016 - Average ACT Score - 24.1;
State of Oklahoma - 20.4; Nationwide - 20.8
Congratulations to Sara Haugland for being selected as the Norman Lions Club Student of the Month for December!
Congratulations to Sean Boyles for being selected as the Kiwani's Sophomore of the Year at not only the local level but also the Regional level (Texas and Oklahoma)!
Congratulations to Jordan Stecklow for being selected as the Kiwani's Sophomore of the Year for 2016-2017 for CCS!. Jordan received a $1,000 scholarship! Thank you to the Norman Kiwani's Club.
NCAA CLEARINGHOUSE NEW NCAA ELIGIBILITY CENTER WEBSITE IS LIVE! Any student athlete desiring to play NCAA Division I or Division II sports in college, will need to register through the NCAA Clearinghouse at the end of their sophomore year. To register, go to NCAA.org/playcollegesports. When registering for the ACT or SAT, students need to use the clearinghouse code of 9999to have scores reported directly to the clearinghouse. NCAA has several resources to help students and parents:
NAIA CLEARINGHOUSE - Any student athlete desiring to play NAIA sports in college will need to register through the NAIA Clearinghouse at the beginning of their senior year. To register, go to www.playnaia.org. When registering for the ACT or SAT, students need to use the clearinghouse code of 9876 to have their scores electronically sent to NAIA. Cost to register for NAIA is $80.00 as of Oct. 1, 2016.
FAFSA - Students Should Know
While you can access or begin your FAFSA without your FSA ID, the first thing FAFSA on the Web users should do is apply for their FSA ID. This will avoid extra steps later in the application process. Check StartWithFAFSA.org post for more details.
Parents Should Know
Parents of dependent students need their own FSA ID to add information to or sign a student’s FAFSA. Check StartWithFAFSA.org post for more details.
Follow FAFSA on Facebook to stay up-to-date on the latest FAFSA and college planning information.
COLLEGE VISITS - Individual college visits are for seniors only as stated in the handbook. Permission forms are located on the wall by Lanette's desk, outside Mrs. Stephens' office, or downloaded here. Forms must be signed by a parent and returned directly to Mrs. Stephens' at least one week in advance for approval. Visits are to be made with the parent and student, not for groups.
TRANSCRIPT ORDER FORMS - To request copies of a student's transcript, order forms made be found by Lanette's desk, outside Mrs. Stephens' office, or downloaded here. Please turn in request forms to Mrs. Stephens. The first three are free, thereafter will be $1.00 each.
SELECTIVE SERVICE - Males within 30 days of their 18th birthday, must register with the Selective Service System. See Mrs. Stephens to register or go to www.sss.gov. It's the law.
HOW TO GO - www.college.gov was designed by students for students and features first-person accounts of students who overcame challenges to going to college such as peer pressure, lack of family support and financial barriers. It provides relevant, comprehensive information about why to go, how to go, and how to pay for college or other postsecondary education programs. Young people who may not have considered higher education a viable option will be engaged, informed, and inspired to create their own "roadmap" to college.
THE AMERICAN LEGION - NEED A LIFT? - Scholarship and financial aid at your fingertips! Visit www.legion.org/needalift.