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HURRY before it’s too late!  Yearbooks are on sale now for $40! You can purchase online at or purchase in room 118 (cash or check only).  This special price has been extended but the price will increase on October 15, so buy yours today!  

If you haven’t already, check out and explore the Counseling Center website! There are so many resources for you including scholarship and college information! NHS School Counseling

 If you need to schedule a time to talk with Mrs. Warren, you may fill out the form at We can also meet over Zoom or on the phone. 

Driven to Read

Oklahoma law requires students to successfully complete the reading portion of the eighth-grade English language arts (ELA) assessment in order to apply for a driver license or permit. See 70 O.S. § 1210.515. However, the test will not be administered this year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Accordingly, the State Board of Education, at its March 25 meeting, adopted an emergency rule to allow the state to provide a medical exemption for this requirement. All eighth-graders in the 2019-20 school year will receive this exemption. After communicating with the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (DPS), it is the OSDE’s understanding that this exemption will satisfy the requirements. 
Students wishing to take the driver exam should contact DPS for hours and appointments

Concurrent Enrollment

 Step 1:  The student must fill out the application for the college or university where they wish to take concurrent courses.

Step 2:  Fill out the concurrent Enrollment Approval Form for the college or university you have selected.

Step 3: Scan and send the Concurrent Enrollment Approval form to your counselor for verification.
Madison Warren, A-Z: [email protected]

Step 4: Your counselor will sign and verify the form, then return it to the student to be submitted to the college or university.

Step 5: Enroll in your college courses by following the procedures your selected college or university.
Step 6:   When enrollment is complete, students must send a copy of your college schedule (showing all courses in which you are enrolled) to your counselor.
If you have any questions during this process, please reach out to your assigned counsleor (see step 3 above)
Additional helpful resources:

Oklahoma City Community College
Concurrent Enrollment General Info:

Mid America Christian University
Concurrent Enrollment General Info:

University of Oklahoma
Concurrent Enrollment General Info:
How to Apply:

Oklahoma State University - Oklahoma City
Concurrent Enrollment General Info:
Getting Started:

2019-2020 Student Handbook

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