The Registered Apprenticeship system provides opportunity for workers seeking high-skilled, high-paying jobs and for employers seeking to build a qualified workforce. Registered Apprenticeship is an employer-driven model, combining on-the-job learning with related classroom instruction and allows the Registered Apprentice to earn a paycheck from day one.
The Iowa Clearinghouse for Work-Based Learning connects students and employees through shared projects that give students professional experience. This can include virtual projects, internships, and apprenticeships.
Sioux Central students taking college classes through ICCC can request their transcript sent to other schools, or their home, by completing the online transcript request form.
To get college credit or placement for your AP scores, you have to request that College Board send an official AP score report to the college. You can send your scores for free to one recipient every year that you take AP Exams. To use your free score send, sign in to My AP, go to My AP Profile, select the Score Send tab and choose the college, university, or scholarship organization that you want to receive your score report. Make sure to take advantage of your 2021 free score send before the June 20 deadline.
Students complete their high school plans on the I Have a Plan Iowa website. They may also find college, career, and scholarship information. Students may only create one account with the district. If they forget their password they need to speak with Mrs. Lockrem.
Students applying for the Regent Universities (Iowa State University and the University of Northern Iowa) must meet the Regent Admission Index (RAI) requirement.
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Students may register for the ACT online by following these steps:
- Establish your free student web account.
- Register for the ACT (you must have a credit card to make the payment online).
- Use high school code 164-006 when registering.
Resume lab is a website with resume writing guides and tutorials.
Want to play college sports? Creating an account is the first step to becoming a NCAA student-athlete.
Put your best foot forward by registering for a college fair in advance. It's free!
Sioux Central students enrolling in dual credit courses through an Iowa Community College can find out about transferring credits:
- Whether the credit will be accepted by the regent or state university of their choice.
- The category in which the University will apply the credit.
- To which degree program(s) the University will apply the credit.
Find out if your college credits will transfer to any other college or university using transferology.
Planning to transfer to Iowa State University after 2 years of Community College? Check to see which courses will transfer for your program.
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The Iowa Youth Congress (IYC) seeks up to 100 Iowa high school aged youth to participate in a year-long program which provides students the knowledge, abilities, and direction to advocate and enact change in their communities and at the state-level for issues affecting youth. IYC will hold regional meetings throughout the year and will engage students in a one-day Mock Congress event. Deadline to apply is July 10th.
March2Success is a FREE website providing student access to online study materials to help improve their scores on the ACT/SAT or the military entrance exam (ASVAB). There is also information regarding the college application process and financing college.
There is an app and also websites to help you pass the ASVAB, including practice tests.
Learn more about the online higher education opportunities in Iowa.
Interactive resources, designed for grades 6-12, to develop problem-solving and decision-making skills with real-world applications in college access and STEM learning.
Learn how to study in college, includes time management, note taking, study habit, writing skills, test taking, research, and presentation tips.
What is Bullying? What to do if you see someone you know is being bullied. Resources for students and parents.
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