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Upcoming Tests

PLAN is a practice test for the ACT and will be given to all 10th graders in the school on Sept. 18.  This is a late start day for Juniors and Seniors.  More information will be posted as we get it.

 

PSAT is a practice test for the SAT and will be given October 16th in the Tech Atrium at 7:00 a.m. at a cost of $16 per test.  Each student that takes this test is entered into the National Merit Scholarship contest.  We have students each year that qualify as semi-finalist or finalist and this = big money from colleges.  10th graders can take this test also but are not entered into the scholarship contest.  10th graders will take this test in preparation to take it again during the junior year to qualify for the scholarship contest.   We will begin to sell the exams in the main office on Oct. 1.  We have 150 exams and so this is first come first serve.

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CHHS Senior Post High School Tour

CHHS Senior Post High School Tour
On Tuesday, October 22nd all Utah colleges and universities will be at Copper Hills to talk to seniors about the benefits of attending college.  Students will be able to select three schools to listen to half-hour information sessions.  This event takes place during regular school hours (8-10:40 am).  We encourage students to be prepared with their top three school choices prior to that morning.  Students attending JATC/CTEC in the morning only may wish to be excused from class to attend, please talk to your instructor for prior approval. 

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Engineering Summer Camps at the University of Utah

There are two summer camps offered for high school students at the College of Engineering at the University of Utah.
The first camp, coming up June 17th to 21st,  is Hi-Gear.  It is an engineering camp for girls-only  It is a week-long camp that is hands-on and experiential. The camp is generally limited to 20 or so girls.  The food is great and the activities are awesome. Many of the girls that attend this camp do go on to be very involved engineering students, in fact many of our summer engineering ambassadors that help to run this camp attended this camp as high school students.
The following week a 3-day Exploring Engineering camp is offered and that is open to all. The theme this year is “Lights, Camera, Engineering”.  This is also a hands-on exploration of engineering and will provide an introductory experience to all of the engineering disciplines offered for study here at the University of Utah (Bio-engineering, Civil and Environmental engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Computer Science).
Please check out the website below and pass this information on to others.  Studies have shown that engaging students in activities such as these over the summer helps them to retain the knowledge they have gained over the school year. Both of these camps are STEM-oriented and give students an opportunity to see the connectedness of science, technology, engineering and math.

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Openings Still Available at Tech Center

There are still some openings at the Tech Center.  Contact your counselor if you are interested.

Pilot

Bio Tech

Occupational Therapy

Auto

Dental

Digital Media

Engineering

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Weird World of Wonderful Scholarships

In an ongoing effort to help students find scholarships and money to pay for college, Zinch introduces  Weird World of Wonderful Scholarships!  They are giving away $6,000 over the next few weeks by asking students fun and unique questions.  Make sure to check it out!

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CHHS Holds Record for Most Completed FAFSA

As of April 12th, CHHS had 228 seniors start the FAFSA and 194 of those students completed it.  According to the UHEAA, Copper Hills has the most completed FAFSA in the state.   Thanks to all the students, parents, teachers, and counselors who helped make this happen.  We have a great school!

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Student/Parent Information Sessions On Exploring College Options

Exploring College Options

Student/Parent Information Sessions

Students interested in attending:

Duke – Georgetown – Harvard – Penn – Stanford

You are invited to an informational meeting.  Meet admission representatives from the schools. Learn about the selection practices, financial aid options, and other issues related to selective college admissions.

Monday, May 20, 7:30 pm

Hilton Salt Lake City Center

255 S West Temple
801-328-2000

Register at:

www.exploringcollegeoptions.org

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USMA and ROTC Information Night

Below is the link to an invitation to attend an information session on campus at BYU Tuesday April 23, 2013 at 7:00PM.  If you plan on going please RSVP at armyrotc@byu.edu or call 801-422-7727.

 

USMA and ROTC Information Night

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U of U Offers Variety of Summer Camps

The School of Computing at the University of Utah is offering technology camps for high school students.    Three camps, Programming with Processing, High School Robotics with Arduino, High School Robotics Advanced Projects, and High School Advanced Programming are available.  For information and to register see www.cs.utah.edu/~dejohnso/GREAT.

Lights, Camera, Engineering!  U of U Exploring  Engineering Camp, June 25-27.  Register at www.coe.utah.edu/summer_programs.  Registration deadline is June 14th.

hi-GEAR Girls in Engineering Summer Camp.  June 17-21.  For current 9-12 grade girls.  www.coe.utah.edu/summer_programs.  Application deadline May 31, or until camp is full.

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LDS Business College Offers LEAP Program

Seniors who are planning to attend LDS Business College upon graduation – you may be interested in learning about LEAP (Learn Experience and Prepare).  For a quick start in continuing your education you will be able to take up to three courses for free (no tuition fee; applicants must apply for admission through BeSmart.com, select the LEAP program in Part 2 of the application, and meet admission requirements [$35 application fee required]).

The following classes are held Tuesday, June 11 – Thursday, August 8:
COM 122 – Interpersonal Communications (2 Credit hours)

REL 130 – Missionary Preparation (2 credit hours)

LE 116 – Study Skills with Foundations of Learning (2 credit hours)

Application deadline is Friday, May 31 (first 60 students accepted).  Questions?  Kimberly Peralta, 801-524-8148, kperalta@ldsbc.edu.

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