• Tippecanoe High School Counseling Office

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    (USED FOR ACT, SAT AND COLLEGE APPLICATIONS)

Counselor News

  • The Infinite Scholars College-Scholarship Fair

    The Infinite Scholars College-Scholarship Fair for the Dayton area will be held on Friday, September 13, 2019 at Trotwood-Madison High School from 9:00 - 12:00. Don't miss this opportunity to meet with colleges and universities to discuss admission & scholarship opportunities. Some colleges will be accepting students and awarding scholarships on the spot.

    Students should bring multiple copies of transcripts, ACT/SAT test scores, letters of recommendation, an essay titled "Why I want to attend college", and a resume. 

    This program is open to ALL students!

    Students can register for this event online.

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  • Enrichment and Speed Reading Programs

    Xavier University is offering Summer Enrichment and Speed Reading Programs for children and adults. The programs will be held in Huber Heights and Kettering. Please see the schedule for additional information.

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  • Apprenticeship Opportunities

    These opportunities are for soon to be or recent high school graduates. These are true earn and learn models all while the apprentice gets to receive mentored hands on training while receiving college credit.

    Troy Fire Department "Home Town Heroes" Registered Apprentice Program

    - Open to Miami County residents

    - Eligible for $2,500 tuition and fees grant

    Troy Fire Department Apprenticeship Application

    Deadline: April 30, 2019

    Spectracam machine/tool & die Registered Apprentice Program

    - Eligible for $2,500 tuition and fees grant

    - Open to all residents/counties

    Both are extremely skilled jobs that pay an incredible wage once the program is complete. For more information on what machining and tool and die positions do and make, please visit the Ohio Means Jobs website for wage information and videos. Median hourly wage is $25/hr (annual salary $52,480), however, the top 10% is over $76,450/yr.

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  • University of Findlay Summer Pharmacy Camp

    Registration for the 12th annual Pharmacy Summer Camp is now open! Taking place June 23-27, 2019 this four-day experience on campus will be a unique and fun-filled event. The camp is open to high school students who will become a junior or senior in the fall of 2019.

    The camp will be held on the campus of the University of Findlay. Students are housed in on-campus residence halls and all meals and snacks will be provided through University of Findlay's dining services. The camp has availability for 60 students on a first come first serve basis. The last day to receive a refund is June 16.

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  • University of Dayton Engineering Camps

    The University of Dayton hosts three, week-long summer engineering camps that allow students to explore the different fields of engineering through hands-on activities.

    Summer Honors Engineering Camp (SHEC)

    Explore engineering through hands-on experiments showcasing different engineering disciplines and use your creativity to solve real-world engineering problems. You’ll get an inside look at what it’s like to choose engineering as a career from our faculty. Plus, you’ll have time to hang out with fellow campers, enjoy our fitness complex and explore campus. Open to students entering 11th–12th grade in the fall. Minimum GPA 3.5. Registration is open, email Summer Honors Engineering Camp. June 23 - June 28, 2019

    Women in Engineering Camp (WIE)

    During this camp for women entering 10th–12th grade in the fall, you’ll gain experience in different engineering disciplines through cooperative hands-on experiences. You’ll also meet female engineering students, learn about life at UD, take a field trip to visit a local engineering company and meet local women engineering professionals. Email Women in Engineering Camp. July 7 - July 12, 2019

    Minority Engineering and Technology Camp for Young Men (METEC)

    Minority high school males who will be seniors in the fall are invited to this weeklong program: Live on campus, conduct experiments, network with professional engineers, and visit engineering and science laboratories on campus and at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Plus, work with a coach to build the skills you need to ace your ACT and SAT and apply for college. Minimum GPA 3.0. Email METEC. June 16 - June 22, 2019

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