- Registration deadline for December 8, 2018 ACT
Chanhassen High School will be a test site for the Dec. 8 test, but students may select any testing location (remember: some sites do fill up before the registration deadline – the registration process will help students find the next closest test site)
To Register: visit www.actstudent.org, create an account, allow about 45 minutes for your first registration, select a test location, and pay online (fee waivers are available – please see your counselor). Students can select 4 colleges to send scores to at time of registration (and up to the Thursday after a Saturday test) for no fee. Scores are easily sent later using “Send Scores” for a fee of $13 per test date per college.
- PreACT for all Sophomores – testing is during the school day; no fee, and registration takes place at school
- Lunches 10:48am-1:08pm: U.S. Navy Recruiter Sharefe Grey (no sign up required)
- 2:20pm: MSU Mankato (Mankato, MN) – Rachel Hoehn
Students – sign up for all college visits using the FlexTime Scheduler
For an alphabetical list of upcoming college visits, click here.
Join us for this unique and informative presentation about military service. Our presenters will be Retired U.S. Army Colonel Bob Ayotte and his daughter Elizabeth Ayotte, CPT, U.S. Army. There are many options to consider when deciding to serve the country, and parents and students will have the chance to learn about many topics and have a chance to ask questions. This is a community-wide presentation – all in the local area are welcome to attend.
- 4:00-5:00pm: Minnetonka High School Forum
- 7:00-8:00pm: Chanhassen High School Forum
All Sophomores will take the PreACT during the school day on Thursday, Nov. 8 in 2nd and 4th Blocks. There is no fee for the test, and registration will take place during the school day as well. More details will be sent to sophomores and their families closer to the test date.
6:30 We will begin in the forum with a general information session for incoming 9th graders (school year 19-20).
7:30 We will answer questions from private school parents thinking about attending Chan (school year 19-20).