The National Merit Scholarship Program is an annual academic competition for recognition and potential college undergraduate scholarships. The goal of this program is to identify and honor exceptionally able students and encourage them to pursue rigorous college studies. The program is open to all U.S. high school students.
This year, Theodore Roosevelt High School is home to qualifying students:
Jessica Booher is a Semi-Finalist. Her Parents are Howard and Debra Booher.
Cordelia Wheatley is a Commended Student. Her parents are Elizabeth Wagoner and Jon Wheatley.
On October 10th, there will be an ACT Seminar located in the Auditorium. This is a new presentation that will enhance your test taking skills. The cost is $50 due to Mrs. Pifer in the cashiers office by October 5th. This program is open for 9th through 12th grades.
On Wednesday, September 28th will be our Sophomore/Junior Class Parent Guidance Information Night beginning at 7:00 pm in the Roosevelt auditorium. School Counselors, Administrators, and a College Representative will share information about graduation requirements, Naviance, testing, and college prep with an opportunity for open dialogue at the end of our formal session.
Once again, all Sophomore and Junior parents are encouraged to attend the Parent Guidance Information Night this Wednesday, September 28th at 7:00 pm.
College Admission Reps can now go to:
to schedule visits at TRHS
Good Afternoon Seniors
In this link you can find a copy of the power point your were given in your first assembly.
Federal public law 107-110, section 9528 of the ESEA, “no Child Left Behind Act” requires school districts to release student names, addresses and phone numbers to military recruiters upon their request. The law also requires the school district to notify you of your right to Opt-Out from this by requesting that the district not release your information to military recruiters. The completion and return of this form serves as your request to withhold your private information.
Completed form should be submitted to Guidance by October 31st
All students, with the exception of the Valedictorian and Salutatorian, will be recognized using the Latin tiered system listed below. All students will be recognized after seven semesters of high school coursework for their academic achievement based on their cumulative GPA. The following tiered system will be utilized:
4.0 GPA Summa Cum Laude
3.75 -3.99 GPA Magna Cum Laude
3.5-3.75 GPA Cum Laude
Theodore Roosevelt High School is excited to now be utilizing Naviance Family Connection, a phenomenal tool for college and career planning. Naviance Family Connection has tools for students to take career interest inventories, explore careers, search for colleges, majors, and so much more. It is a great one-stop shop to find out about topics such as scholarship opportunities, when various college representatives are visiting our school, and other important Guidance announcements. It also, assists with the college application process and allows students to request their transcripts electronically.
Follow the link below for step by step instructions:
Our Senior Class Parent Guidance Information Night will be on August 24th at 6:00 pm in the Auditorium. School counselors will share information about important senior dates and career and college preparation for the coming year with an opportunity for open dialogue at the end of our formal session.
Our Follow the Schedule night will be on Wednesday August 24th at 7:00 pm. At this time, you will follow your student’s schedule, meet their teachers, gain progress book log-in information, and receive their State Test scores from last spring. It is very important that you receive these scores, as they are necessary to ensure a successful track to fulfill graduation requirements.