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Navigating the Final Stretch of High School

As the school year winds down and graduation draws near, Williams Educational Consultants feels the joys of May! Although it is a pivotal month filled with excitement and important tasks for high school students, it is busy for all families trying to reach that stage. Here are a few essential items that you will want to take advantage of as we head into May! 



Here's what you can expect in the final stretch:


College Decisions and Commitments - MAY 1st (Depending on your college!)


  • Decision Deadline: Many colleges require students to confirm their enrollment and submit a deposit by May 1st. Carefully review your options and commit to the college that best aligns with your goals and preferences. Also, be sure that your college has kept its commitment day the same due to FAFSA delays.


AP Exams

  • Exam Preparation: May is the month when Advanced Placement (AP) exams are held. To maximize your chances of success, review your course materials, practice past exam questions, and familiarize yourself with the exam format.

  • Exam Schedule: Check your exam schedule and make note of the dates and times for each AP exam you're taking. Arrive early, well-rested, and with all necessary materials on exam day.

  • AP CALENDAR BELOW: 

Week 1

Morning 8 a.m.Local Time

Afternoon 12 p.m.Local Time

Monday,May 6, 2024

United States Government and Politics

Art History

Chemistry

Tuesday,May 7, 2024

Human Geography

Microeconomics

Seminar

Statistics

Wednesday,May 8, 2024

English Literature and Composition

Comparative Government and Politics

Computer Science A

Thursday,May 9, 2024

Chinese Language and Culture

Environmental Science

Psychology

Friday,May 10, 2024

European History

United States History

Macroeconomics

Spanish Literature and Culture

Week 2

Morning 8 a.m.Local Time

Afternoon 12 p.m.Local Time

Afternoon 2 p.m.Local Time

Monday,May 13, 2024

Calculus AB

Calculus BC

Italian Language and Culture

Precalculus

 

Tuesday,May 14, 2024

English Language and Composition

African American Studies

Physics C: Mechanics

Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism

Wednesday,May 15, 2024

French Language and Culture

World History: Modern

Computer Science Principles

Music Theory

 

Thursday,May 16, 2024

Spanish Language and Culture

Biology

Japanese Language and Culture

 

Friday,May 17, 2024

German Language and Culture

Physics 1: Algebra-Based

Latin

Physics 2: Algebra-Based

 


Senior Activities and Events


  • Graduation Preparations: As graduation approaches, there will likely be various senior activities and events, such as senior proms, picnics, and awards ceremonies. Take advantage of these opportunities to celebrate your achievements and create lasting memories with classmates.

  • Graduation Rehearsals: Participate in graduation rehearsals to familiarize yourself with the ceremony proceedings, including walking across the stage, receiving diplomas, and following any instructions from school administrators.


Reflection and Transition


  • Reflect on Your Journey: Reflect on your high school experience, academic achievements, extracurricular involvement, and personal growth. Celebrate your successes and learn from any challenges or setbacks you encountered along the way.

  • Look Ahead: As you prepare to transition to the next chapter of your life, envision your goals and aspirations for the future. Stay motivated and focused on pursuing your dreams with determination and resilience.


May is a month of culmination, celebration, and transition for high school students. Embrace the opportunities and challenges it brings, and approach each day with enthusiasm and a positive mindset as you prepare to embark on the next exciting chapter of your journey.

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