This is Part Four of the College Presentation counseling video, talking about how to apply and what to do to apply to the college of your choice. If you have any questions, see your counselor.
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This is part Three of the video shown to seniors in Counseling. Talks about college transcripts and applying to the college of your choice. If you have any questions, please go talk to your counselors, they can answer any questions you have.
Part two of the senior counseling video showing in Seminar on Thursday, please feel free to talk to your counselors if you have any questions.
Seniors, if you were gone for Seminar today, here is the video that every Senior Seminar watched about College transcripts. This is part one of four, and if you have any more questions please feel free to go talk to your counselors.
There are now no parking restrictions on which parking lots juniors and seniors can park in. This was done because the administration wanted to make it easier for athletes to get to their cars after practices and so that students can make the best choice for themselves.
Shawnee Mission East seniors graduated on May 13. Seniors received their diplomas at Shawnee Mission North, in hopes of creating a new future.
View a gallery from the class of 2013′s Senior Prank. A group of about 50 seniors participated in the massive Slip and Slide they made with tarps near the track.
The seven seniors currently on the Varsity swim team already have three state championship victories under their belt. Now, in their final years at East, they are focusing on getting one more win while preparing their underclassmen.
This year, the senior class has been labelled with a bad reputation because of mistakes they have made. Staffer Mitch Kaskie wants to overlook those mistakes and focus on the good side of the class.
Five senior boys created a banner, held by the student section, to elevate the crowds’ cheers at sports games.
For the 2013-2014 Academic year, seniors will be unable to exempt from seminar. Watch a video showcasing student’s opinions on this matter.
The Harbinger examines the legacy that the class of 2013 will leave behind.