Student Services News

  • Freshman Presentation

    Freshman Presentation

    Robin Dietz and Pat Butler will be presenting “Begin with the End in Mind” to all freshman English classes over the next several weeks.  This presentation covers multiple topics graduation requirements, AP, College Now, ACT/SAT, NCAA, etc. Please review the […]

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  • College Visits

    College Visits

    Junior and senior students may attend the college visits with representatives from various colleges and universities. Prior to the day of the visit students must sign up in the student services office. On the day of the visit a pass […]

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  • College Now Information

    College Now Information

    College Now is a concurrent credit program, so your high school enrollment stands separate from your JCCC enrollment.  Being enrolled in a class at the high school does not automatically enroll you at JCCC to earn college credit.  To earn […]

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  • Financial Aid Night

    Financial Aid Night

    September 14 6:30 – 8:00 PM Olathe Community Center, 1205 E. Kansas City Rd., Olathe, KS 66062 Please join us for our FREE Financial Aid Night. Sponsored by Olathe Public Schools All Olathe School students are welcome. Information on: FAFSA […]

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  • NCAA Informational Meeting

    NCAA Informational Meeting

    Wednesday, September 7th at 6:30 pm in the Olathe North Auditorium Meeting is for all students 9-12 who aspire to participate in college level athletics. College NCAA Eligibility Information will be presented by Josh Price, ON Athletic Direction and Alicia […]

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  • College and Career Readiness Seminars

    College and Career Readiness Seminars

    First Seminar To attend please get a pass from your English teacher September 8:  College Search/College Visit/College Night:   Students will be shown how to find their dream college using various search engines.  The concept of dream schools, reach schools, and […]

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  • ONW ACT, Test Prep and SAT Test Dates

    ONW ACT, Test Prep and SAT Test Dates

    Please see the flyer for an overall list of testing and test prep opportunities at ONW. ACT_SAT 2016-2017 Test Dates

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  • PSAT Exam and Registration Information

    PSAT Exam and Registration Information

    OLATHE NORTHWEST TESTING DAY Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors For additional information see the handout PSAT Registration Information 2016

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  • ONW ACT test prep

    ONW ACT test prep

    Preview the flyer for Test Prep opportunities here at ONW.  ACT Prep Brochure 16-17

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  • College Now Information

    College Now Information

    Please see the attached information on College Now registration.  Checklist For College Now Enrollment If you have any questions please contact Pat Butler at pbutleronw@olatheschools.org.

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  • ACT & SAT Info & Dates

    ACT & SAT Info & Dates

    Students who plan to go directly to a 4 year college after high school need to take the ACT or the SAT test beginning in the second semester of their junior year. It is recommended that students take the tests […]

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  • Kaplan test prep

    Kaplan test prep

    We are excited to announce today that ACT and Kaplan Test Prep are combining their experience and expertise to offer ACT® Kaplan Online Prep Live, a live online classroom delivering courses that will help empower students to be better prepared […]

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  • Social Media Awareness for Parents

    Social Media Awareness for Parents

    Potential Predator Apps kik – Allows potential predators to communicate anonymously with your children. tinder – Dating app that allows user to “rate” profiles and locate “hookups” via GPS tracking rating encourages bullying and GPS tracking opens door for predator. […]

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  • Best College – Minority

    Best College – Minority

    Minority students have long been underrepresented in U.S. colleges and universities for a number of reasons, including financial hardship and lack of access to traditional education support networks. Our resource is an expanded and updated list of financial aid resources […]

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