CCP Process Reminders

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Important Dates for Students between February 15 and April 1, 2018 (for participation during the 2018-2019 school year)

  • Talk with your school counselor. Discuss your interest in taking college courses and how it fits in with your overall academic plan and career goals.
  • Contact the college or university that you are interested in attending. Each college will have different admissions deadlines and requirements for testing. Stunts are responsible for meeting deadlines.
  • By April 1, 2018, notify your school counselor if you intend to participate in College Credit Plus next year by completing and submitting the Intent to Participate form. After April 1, you will need permission from the school principal to participate.
  • Nonpublic and home school students must email the Intent to Participate form as noted on the form by April 1, 2018. Parents/students must login to their SAFE accounts to complete the entire application process for College Credit Plus funding before April 13, 2018 at 5 p.m. EST.
  • You and your family should contact colleges for information, application forms, and criteria for acceptance into College Credit Plus. Some materials are available from your high school counselor and at the college’s website. You must go through the procedures established by the colleges/universities to apply to College Credit Plus and to enroll in the course(s). All students must complete an assessment exam to determine eligibility for participation. A map showing all Ohio public colleges can be found here. A map showing Ohio private colleges can be found here.
  • Prior to college class attendance, your high school counselor will assist you in determining a course’s equivalency to a high school course(s). Your counselor can use this High School Graduation Requirements Crosswalk document for more information.

Promote Warrior Pride

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Senior Recognition Ads

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Dear Senior Parent:

It is probably hard for you to believe that your son or daughter is finishing the last semester of his or her senior year. This is a very exciting time.  I am sure that your child will want to have a record of all the memories. Looking for a creative way to tell your student, “I love you and I’m proud of you”?

Place a recognition ad in the yearbook!

Whether your son or daughter is a senior or a freshman, a recognition ad is always a great idea.  In the future, seeing your message will bring a smile as they remember your love and support during these important years.  It is easy to create a recognition ad.

You may send pictures and/or copy and we will design your ad, or you may design your ad on computer and send a finished copy. You can also drop off your pictures to the high school office.

All pictures must be in .jpg/.jpeg format

All ads are in color and the prices are as follows:

1/4 page $100 (max 1 photo)

1/2 page $150 (max 2 photos)

Full page $200 (max 4 photos)

Payment is due at the time of ordering the ad; check or money order is required.

Make checks payable to Dayton Christian High School Yearbook.

DO NOT SEND CASH

We can even keep the ad a secret until the yearbook is distributed (but only if your son or daughter is not on the yearbook staff).

Reserve a space for your ad today to say how proud you are.  Like the yearbook, your message will be a permanent memory. Please email lfilaseta@daytonchristian.com if you are interested or call 937-291-7318.

The deadline for submission is APRIL 13th.

 

Sincerely,

The Yearbook Staff

2018-2019 Scheduling Season

Schedule ClockIt is time to begin selecting courses for the 2018-2019 school year!!!

Students in grades 9-11 were given their scheduling packets yesterday and briefed on the process for  signed up for their one-on-one scheduling conference for next year.  We are asking students and parents to review the materials and discuss plans as the student  completes the request process.

CLASS OF 2022 – Current 8th grade students will be briefed on course selection in a special meeting during school within the next week.  Parents of 8th grade students are invited to a meeting on Tuesday night, February 27th at 7:00 PM in the Auditorium.

Please log into DC Connect and view the 18-19 Scheduling Video that will explain the process and provide important dates and information. This can be found in DC Connect, Groups, Dayton Christian High School, Topics, 18-19 Scheduling.  All forms that were handed out are available in this portal.

In order to best assist students in the ability to participate in a J-Term mission or academic trip, we are releasing J-Term selections now.  There will be a meeting on March 12 at 7:00 PM for all students and at least one parent to attend to find out more about these trips and to make a firm commitment to registration. Please plan to attend if you are considering participation in the Costa Rica, India, Jamaica, Dominican Republic, or Washington D.C. trip.  College Road Trip students do not need to attend.

Important dates to remember:

2019 online registration: Feb 25
Priority days: Feb 26 and 27
Scheduing Conferences March 5-9

2020 online registration: Feb 27
Priority days: Feb 28, March 1
Scheduing Conferences March 12-16

2021 online registration: March 1
Priority days: March 2-3
Scheduing Conferences March 19-23

2022 – Submit forms by March 16
Scheduling conferences March 26-30

Priority dates are the dates a class is allowed to submit their paperwork and sign up for a conference with their advisor.

ACT administered to Junior Class

All Juniors

Tuesday, February 27th!

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Important Information

  • The ACT will be administered on Tuesday, February 27th at 8:15.
  • Late arrivals will not be permitted in testing areas.
  • Students may not leave until all testing is complete.
  • Students will fill out demographics on Monday, February 26th at 1:30 pm.
  • If demographics are not filled out prior to testing, that student will not take the test.
  • The high school office will post testing room assignments closer to testing day.
  • Please contact the high school at 937-291-7285 if you have any questions.

DC Warrior Athletic News

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  • Baseball and Softball season beings on Monday, Feb. 19 with official practice.
  • Track & Field and Tennis season begins on Monday, March 5 with official practice.
  • Students interested in participating in a spring sport should contact the head coach and sign-up to participate.
  • All student must have their PRIVIT accounts completed and valid physical form on file before they can begin participation on Feb. 19 or March 5 with a spring sport.
  • OHSAA Spring Sport Pre-Season Meeting is Thursday, Feb. 22 at 6:30pm in the Building A Auditorium. This meeting is required for all spring sport athletes, coaches, and parents.
  • 20- Track and Field Parent/Athlete Meeting at 6:00pm in Auditorium.
  • 26- Volleyball Parent/Athlete Meeting at 6:00pm in D108.
  • Spring Sport Picture Day is Wednesday, April 11 after school.
  • Wednesday, April 18 is Signing Day for all Dayton Christian Senior Student-Athletes who have decided to compete at the next level.
  • Monday, May 21 is the annual Way of the Warrior Golf Outing, contact your coach on how you can be involved

 

Girls/Boys Basketball Tournament Information, including Pre-Sale Tickets Now on Sale:

  • Girls Basketball Carlisle on Feb. 21 at 7:30pm at Covington High School
    • Pre-Sale Tickets are $6 per person in DC Athletic Office (DC Athletics benefits only off all pre-sale tickets sold). Buy your ticket here in the Athletic Office!!!
    • Tickets at the Gate on Game Day are $7 per person
    • No passes accepted. All adults and all students (grades K-12) need a ticket.
    • Address to Covington High School: 807 Chestnut Street, Covington, Ohio 45318
  • Boys Basketball Preble Shawnee on March 1 at 6:00pm at Vandalia Butler High School
    • Pre-Sale Tickets are $6 per person in DC Athletic Office (DC Athletics benefits only off all pre-sale tickets sold). Buy your ticket here in the Athletic Office!!!
    • Tickets at the Gate on Game Day are $7 per person
    • No passes accepted. All adults and all students (grades K-12) need a ticket.
    • Address to Vandalia Butler High School: 600 S Dixie, Vandalia, OH 45377

 

 

Ben Shroyer

Athletic Director

 

Scholarship CONNECTions Is Now Open!

ScholarshipCONNECT is now open! Students are now able to search and apply online for scholarships through ScholarshipCONNECT. Located on the The Dayton Foundation’s website, ScholarshipCONNECT also provides helpful links to other scholarship and financial aid resources. College-bound students will find multiple resources to assist in preparing for college.

To search and apply online, students will need to have:

  • An email address
  • FAFSA Electronic Student Aid Report – must be in PDF format.
  • School transcript in PDF format.
  • An activity and employment resume
  • References – Names and email addresses of the guidance counselors, teachers, employers, and/or administrators who will write letters of recommendation.

After completing the application, students will be matched with scholarships for which they may be eligible. Additional application questions may be required for each scholarship. The system allows students to save the application and return to it at a later date.

If you or your students have any questions or need assistance, please contact us at scholarships@daytonfoundation.org and we will be happy to help. We can also be reached at 937-225-9955 for Elizabeth Horner or 937-225-9965 for Michelle Brown.

Completed applications are due to The Dayton Foundation

March 9, 2018 by 4:00 p.m.

If you or your students have any questions or need assistance, please contact us at scholarships@daytonfoundation.org and we will be happy to help. We can also be reached at 937-225-9955 for Elizabeth Horner or 937-225-9965 for Michelle Brown.

 

Scholarship Filters
When searching for scholarships, try using the “Show Filter” button on the right side of the Welcome page. Students will be able to filter through different lists of scholarships sorted by school, county, or major. Please note, this is not a comprehensive list, but will give students an idea of what is available on Scholarship CONNECT.

Keep in mind, a complete list of scholarships for which the student may be eligible to apply will appear after the full application is completed. Once this list generated, the student will need to apply directly to each scholarship and complete the additional questions associated with each scholarship.

 

Student Video

A short ScholarshipCONNECT video to introduce students to the scholarship process is available on The Dayton Foundation’s website. The video is a great place for students to start before they begin to work on the application. Also, if you would like someone from the Scholarship Office to visit your school to explain the scholarship process, please contact us to schedule a time.