UME Prep offers a college preparatory graduation plan that meets the state requirements for the Foundation Plan with several endorsement options and Distinguished Level of Achievement. The UME Prep courses we offer to our students have been chosen to reflect our commitment to providing a college preparatory curriculum that exceeds state standards for graduation.
Upcoming Changes to the SAT and PSAT
UME will host the PSAT in October of 2015 for 10th and 11th grade students. Eleventh grade is the year that PSAT scores are used for National Merit Scholarship decisions. The PSAT is one of the tests students can use to show college readiness for enrollment in Dual Credit course enrollment.
Below you will find some information that is helpful in graduation planning.
Spring 2015 Academic Advising
UME Prep offers students several endorsement options: STEM, business and industry, arts and humanities, and multidisciplinary. Please see the personal graduation plan below for the pathway to these endorsements.
The student course selection sheet is due by Friday, March 6. Please turn in these sheets to the front desk of the school, as they will be marked for date and time. We will give priority in course selection first by grade, with the highest grade receiving top priority, and then by date and time course requests are received within each grade.
The personal graduation plan will remain in the student file and will require a parent signature. Parents and students may begin setting appointments with the academic advisors to fill out the personal graduation plan beginning March 2.
The 8th grade students will meet with Nancy Cowan.
The 9th and 10th grade students will meet with Celeste Pulis.
Credit by Exam Dates
Please review the student handbook for information about CBE, and contact Celeste Pulis to set up an exam.