Test date: October 13, 2022
What's the PSAT/NMSQT you ask? It is an academic competition for recognition and a way to earn college undergraduate scholarships. The PSAT/NMSQT is given in approximately 21,000 high schools across the country which is around 1.5 million students. Out of those students approximately 50,000 qualify for program recognition. Some 16,000 of the high scorers, representing less than 1 percent of the nation's high school graduating seniors, qualify as Semifinalists in each annual National Merit Program. They are the only participants who have an opportunity to advance in the competition for some 7,600 Merit Scholarship awards.
* If you are academically strong this gives you the opportunity to show your knowledge and potentially be entered to win some scholarship money.
* It's free for you take.
* It is a great way to brush up on your test taking skills as it is designed just like the ACT & SAT.
AP students - please reach out to Mont to sign up.
CP students - please let Middleton know if you are interested and she will be able to talk to you more about the test and if it would be a good fit.
If you sign up for the test we will get you more information as it becomes available. For more information please follow this link: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt-psat-10
Parents / Guardians of ATech Students:
Should you have any questions, please call the transportation office at 440-992-1221.
What IS the Ohio Means Jobs - Readiness Seal?
Ohio high school students can now earn recognition by showing that they are prepared to contribute to the workplace and their community. The Ohio Means Jobs - Readiness Seal is a formal designation students can earn on their high school diplomas and transcripts which indicate that they exhibit personal strengths, strong work ethic, and professional experiences that today's businesses need in an employee.
To earn the seal, motivated high school students must demonstrate certain professional skills required for success in today's workplace. Students must work with at least three experienced and trusted mentors who will validate the demonstration of these skills in three areas: school, work, and the community.
Students must demonstrate fifteen professional skills that were identified by the Ohio Department of Education, the Governor's Office of Workshop Transformation, and the Ohio Department of Higher Education. To meet the needs of Ohio businesses, these groups surveyed Ohio's business community, and selected the most "essential" skills necessary for success in the workplace.
15 Professional Skills Needed to Earn the Ohio Means Jobs - Readiness Seal
- Drug Free
- Work Ethic
- Learning Agility
- Critical Thinking/Problem Solving
- Oral and Written Communications
- Digital Technology
- Global/Intercultural Fluency
- Career Management
PLEASE SEE PDF's BELOW FOR OH GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS