Be sure to check out the Events & Summer Opportunities page under the Resources tab for several Pre-College and Summer Programs that are offered this year! Areas include architecture, culinary, business, engineering, STEM, art, marine biology, and many more. You also have the opportunity to earn college credit through many of the programs or learn how to better be prepared for college life.
The PreACT will be administered at Caddo Parish Magnet High School on March 20th to any sophomore students who wish to take it. The PreACT gives students the opportunity to experience a structured, timed test environment with ACT test-quality questions. Taking the PreACT will help sophomore students get comfortable with the ACT test, understand how they’re doing in core subjects, identify areas where additional support may be necessary, and explore career possibilities. Additionally, the PreACT will predict student performance on the ACT. PreACT scores may be used to meet Dual Enrollment criteria.*
The cost of the PreACT test is $12. Students may submit their registration form and $12 fee to Ms. Moore in the Counselor’s Complex beginning Thursday, February 1. The deadline to register and pay is March 2. All sophomore students are highly encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity! For more information on the benefits of taking the PreACT, check out Why take PreACT?
*The acceptance of PreACT scores is at the discretion of the post-secondary institutions.
**Cost and course sign-up information to follow
AHEC’s A Day with Doctors deadline has been extended to January 16! Eligible students must submit:
- a completed application
- current transcript (3.0 or better)
- personal essay explaining why you would like to participate in the program
For more information contact the Counseling Department at CMHS.
The Day with the Doctors program is open to eleventh and twelfth grade students with at least a 3.0 GPA. The program gives students the opportunity to spend a day at the LSU Health Shreveport or New Orleans or Tulane School of Medicine campuses. Students learn about medical problems, work with specimens and microscopic slides, practice basic life support techniques, explore the anatomy and/or pathology labs, interact with medical students and faculty, and receive medical school admissions information and more. The program deadline to apply is
November 14th. The Day with the Doctors program is held once a year in January.