Counselors are dedicated to helping all students develop skills in the areas of self knowledge, interpersonal relationships, educational and occupational exploration, career planning, post secondary education planning, scholarship and financial aid advisement. Counselors assist students in developing a plan for their education and future career. Students are assigned counselors alphabetically according to their last name.
|2018-2019||Counselor Calendered Activity|
|August||Registration Begins (7th-8th) at Clayton Middle School, First Day of School (8/20) 9th grade Welcome Presentations (science classes)|
9th Grade Welcome Presentation, 12th Grade CCR (6th-28th), College tour 9/28 8-10:30). Parent Teacher Conferences (9/27-28) ACT (9/9), Out of State College Fair 9/23 1-3:30 Juan Diego High School)
|October||12th Grade CCR (10/2-6), 11th Grade Registration (11/9-17),11th Grade CCR (11/23-25), Scholarship Night (10/17), End of 1st term (10/27), Anti-Harassment Assembly (10/24), PSAT 10/11), ACT (10/28)|
|November||11th Grade CCR (11/1-29), College Application Week (11/7-8), Brown Bag Lunch (11/15 both lunches), SAT Exam (11/4), FAFSA Night (11/29 5-8pm)|
|December||10th grade registration (12/1-8), 10th Grade CCR (12/11-21), ACT (12/9), SAT (12/2), ASVAB (12/14), Brown Bag (12/20 both lunches)|
|January||10th Grade CCR (1/9-17), Freshman Fair (TBD), Glendale and Bryant Middle School registration (1/29 and 1/31), Clayton Middle School Registration (1/30), End of 2nd term (1/19), Freshman Fair (1/18, 5:30)|
|February||10th grade CCR (2/5-12), Clayton Middle School Registration (2/1), East 9th Grade Registration (2/13-15), 9th grade CCR (2/27-28), Brown Bag Lunch (2/28 both lunches), JR. ACT (2/27 East High), ACT (2/10)|
|March||9th Grade CCR (3/1-23), End of 3rd term (3/23), Brown Bag Lunch (3/15)|
|April||9th grade CCR (4/2-13), ACT (4/14), Mid-term (4/26)|
|May||Deadline for credit recovery (5/4 for out-of-school and 5/23 for in-school), AP exams (5/1-11), Brown Bag Lunch (TBD both lunches) Senior Awards Night (5/24, 5:00), Decision Day (5/16 both lunches)|
|June||Last Day of School (Wednesday, 6/5), Graduation (6/5, 7:00 PM at the Huntsman Center), ACT (6/8)|
News & Announcements
Utah Scholars was created to help students in high school take the right classes to get to college, keep their grades up, and help students be more prepared to qualify for scholarships. To receive the StepUp Utah Scholars recognition certificates and medallion you need to have a 3.0 cumulative GPA and complete 20 Next Steps from the grade-by-grade checklists before you graduate from high school. While you can complete these steps at any time, it's best to do several each year so you stay focused and on track. Don't forget to keep track of which Next Steps you complete! To find out more visit Step Up Utah or to apply, click the link below:
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East High Counselor Reminders
Attention parents and students, do you want to get quick and easy information about college and career readiness from the counseling center sent directly to your cell phone? You will receive information such as: ACT dates, college fairs, EHS Scholarship night, etc.
ACT / SAT Test Dates
August 29, 2017
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*Register for ACT test online at www.actstudent.org
*Register for SAT test online at www.collegeboard.org
East High School Course Catalog
Paying for College
Alisa Kearl is East's Scholarship Coordinator. Make an appointment today!
Students, if you have received any scholarship offers, even if you choose to not accept them, please report them to Alisa Kearl, Scholarship Advisor in the Counseling Center. We need to keep an accurate report of all scholarships and awards for each year. This report goes to the district to show what an awesome school we are and how brilliant our student body is. This includes all athletic, leadership, service, diversity, academic, private, and college scholarships as well as essay, math and science contests, etc. We will print your accomplishments on the programs at Awards Night and your graduation ceremony. Your effort is much appreciated as self-reporting is often our only means of discovery.
2018 Scholarship Awards
Congratulations to all of our Seniors who received scholarship offers!
Letters of Recommendation
Students who need a letter of recommendation from their counselor must submit their request in person (do not drop off or email request) at least 2 working weeks prior to the deadline.
Students who need an official copy of their transcript this summer can come to the Main Office and fill out the transcript request form with Malynda Ivory between 8am and 2pm. If you need an electronic transcript, please forward the request to Malynda at firstname.lastname@example.org.