Theodore Roosevelt High School is pleased to announce that early graduate Benjamin Mudrak is a semi-finalist in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program. Ben is the son of Pam Mudrak of Kent. He is one of 16,000 semi finalists who have qualified to continue in the competition for Merit Scholarship Awards, worth more than $30 million, to be offered next spring. He is designated from some 1.5 million National Merit Program entrants in nearly 21,000 high schools nationally.
Approximately 15,000 Semifinalists will advance to the Finalist level and it is from this group that all Merit Scholarship winners will be chosen. Merit Scholar designees are selected on the basis of their skills, accomplishments, and potential for success in rigorous college studies, without regard to gender, race, ethnic origin or religious preference.
BGSU knows it’s not one-size-fits-all because every student has different needs. Therefore, we are providing a variety of resources to help navigate this year, and we hope one of these offerings is beneficial.
Our in-person visits are small and personalized with top safety and cleaning practices in place, per our Chief Health Officer Ben Batey. Any students interested in coming on campus reach out to email@example.com for reservation information. The majority of the visits include a presentation and campus tour, but some days are tours only. Starting a conversation with Admissions is the best way for a student to know what would suit them.
We continue to offer an array of virtual sessions on a large range of topics that we hope your students will consider:
• Admissions Information Session and Q&A (highly recommended for a first-time virtual visitor)
• BGSU Application Workshop: Walk through the BGSU Application with Us
• Scholarship Opportunities for First-Year Students
• Life as a Falcon: Current Student Panel
• Academic Information Sessions: Learn more about majors & programs
Large college fairs
Finally, BGSU continues to be represented at a variety of large college fairs this fall, the majority of which are online. For a full list of where BG will be this fall, please refer your students to this guide.
Exciting News from the Counseling Office at TRHS!
There is a newsletter to share information on happenings in the counseling office, informational presentations, many resources and so much more!
Fall Counseling Newsletter
Hello Students and Parents of the Class of 2021!
We know that this year will look quite different to what you were expecting. However, we are committed to processing as much information as possible virtually. Below are link from our Senior Counselor Mrs. Skvarch. These presentations talk about Senior year, the focus for the next two months and what you should expect for your choices after high school.
Slide presentation with Narration by Mrs. Skvarch
Slide Presentation only
Ms. Slay is looking forward to meeting and welcoming you to your new school Freshmen! Her contact information is firstname.lastname@example.org or 330-676-8727.
Congratulations to all of our 2020 Scholarship Recipients! Also a big thank you goes out to the organizations and families of loved ones who donated scholarships. Many well wishes to the Class of 2020 as they start the next journey!
We will miss seeing your faces in the halls. Please know that you are forever in our hearts. We are here if you need to call on us. Congratulations on all you have accomplished and many many wishes for all there is to come!