PTI Summer Camps - 2013
July 29, 30 and 31
Spend time on PTI's campus learning about design, criminal justice, medical or technology careers while getting to know other high school students who share your career interests.
Spend a bit of your summer having fun while making tracks toward your future. Choose the camp that best matches your talents, passions, and future goals. Summer Camps are perfect for 2013, 2014 and 2015 high school grads.
Choose from the Following Camps!
Camp MED - Surgical Technology, Medical Assisting, Massage, Patient Care
Camp DESIGN - CAD, Multimedia Video/Web, Graphics
Camp CRIMESTOPPERS - Criminal Justice
Camp TECHNOLOGY - IT, Programming
Camp ENERGY - Electronics, Smart Building, Oil and Gas
For more information about their upcoming open house or to register online please visit www.pti.edu.
Please review the attached document for some ideas and tips on how to improve your study skills.
Keystone review information Click HERE
Financial Aid Workshop Information Click Here
Information for students to apply to up to 4 colleges for free with a fee waiver from NACAC Click Here
Junior PSAT Registration Form
Sophomore PSAT Registration Form
New ACT Test Registration Procedures
Starting this school year, students who want to take the ACT test will be required to upload a recognizable photo of themselves to complete the registration process. The photo will be printed on the student’s ACT ticket, which is required for admission on test day, and on the roster that testing staff use to check students in. This change is being made to increase test security measures and ensure a level and fair playing field for all students who take the ACT.
Photos can be submitted with a computer or a mobile device, such as a smartphone or tablet. Students who aren’t able to submit a photo electronically can send in a hard copy paper photo through the mail.
Complete details about the photo upload process, including frequently asked questions, are available on the ACT Student website <http://www.elabs10.com/c.html?ufl=4&rtr=on&s=x8pa2h,15ipj,di,an55,gcf,5maj,1t3u>, www.actstudent.org.
The ACT will be given at Gateway High School on April 13, 2013. These are perfect test dates for juniors. Please register in advance!
Local Test Centers Center Code 2012-2013 Test Dates Click HERE
Scholarship Information (PDF versions) Click HERE
Collge Visits List(PDF version)
Guidance Office: College Open House/Visitation
Visits are for juniors and seniors only. Students can't attend more than two presentations per week. Student GPA's must meet the admission requirements for the colleges they are signing up for. Students are responsible for making up any missed work. Students are to behave in a respectful manner when attending presentations.
Student Summer Camp Information Click HERE
Representatives from the various colleges listed in the file above will be visiting our school to discuss the various programs and majors they offer. If you are interested in listening to any of these presentations please sign up in the Guidance Office at least one day before the presentation. Students are only permitted to attend one or two presentations per week. Visits are for Juniors and Seniors only. Students must come to the Guidance Office to sign up for the visits. No registrations will be accepted by phone.
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