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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!
Distinguished Young Women is a national scholarship program that inspires high school girls to develop their full, individual potential through a fun, transformative experience that culminates in a celebratory showcase of their accomplishments.
- By encouraging continued education and providing college scholarships
- By developing self-confidence and the abilities to interview effectively, to speak in public, to perform on stage and to build interpersonal relationships
- By encouraging and showcasing excellence in academic achievement, physical fitness, on-stage performance skills, and the ability to think and communicate clearly
- By creating opportunities to beneficially inspire the lives of others
Distinguished Young Women believes that every young woman has the potential to reach her own goals in life, regardless of her outward appearance or economic status. Copper Hills High School is rich with talented young women and we are excited to invite your girls to participate in this opportunity to learn, serve, grow and earn scholarship funding.
Attached is a flyer with additional information or the girls can learn more by logging on to www.distinguishedyw.org.
Student/Parent Information Sessions
Duke – Georgetown – Harvard – Penn – Stanford
Monday, May 20, 7:30 pm
Hilton Salt Lake City Center
255 S West Temple
Scholarship Amount $2,000
Deadline: May 15, 2013
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)
Utah System of Higher Education
Learn how you and your family can Step Up to Higher Education at one of our regional college nights this March. At these open houses, college and university representatives can answer your questions about financial aid, Utah’s higher education choices, and the application process.
Monday, March 25, 2013, Salt Lake Community College, Taylorsville, UT (6:00-8:00 pm)
To register go to the following website: http://2013collegenight.eventbrite.com/
The Teacher Diversity Recruitment Scholarship is for students from diverse backgrounds who plan to become a teacher or counselor as a career. This is an amazing scholarship to fund all four years of college! The deadline has been extended to March 15th. Interested seniors should contact Mrs. Summers in the Counseling Center for an application.
The Governor’s Honor’s Academy invites you to apply!
- Utah student
- US Citizen
- Minimum GPA 3.75
- ACT test
The Academy incorporates an intense learning experience that takes place in the classroom and in Southern Utah’s beautiful landscapes. These learning experiences work hand-in-hand with exciting activities that help participants create lasting friendships and a love of learning. Students are given leadership and teamwork opportunities during the Academy, preparing them to provide leadership in their schools and communities.
Those that are current high school juniors are welcome to apply. The cost of the Academy is $1000 for all expenses of the 9 day Academy. Selected participants will receive a sponsorship packet, detailing how to raise money towards their $1000 fee (monthly payments may also be arranged). Those participants who attend the entire Academy will receive 6 college credits and a 4-year scholarship to Southern Utah University.