Student Resources
Under Student Resources you will find LOTS of information to help navigate your experience at CHS!

Be sure to check out our Financial Aid Information tab where you will find a TOPS GPA calculator to help you estimate what GPA you need to get TOPS.

We also have lots of Scholarship Information updated monthly!

Don't forget our Senior Information tab and Senior Project 2015 tab as well!

FYI:
LOSFA OPENS REGISTRATION FOR TRAILBLAZER LEADERSHIP PROGRAM
The Trailblazer program has provided for more than two decades with the leadership and mentoring skills training originally developed for the LA GEAR UP Explorers Club participants. In addition, the new Trailblazer program will allow students who excel to earn one of five $1,000.00 scholarships. Instead of limiting student nominations to one primary and one alternate, we would like all rising seniors (current juniors) who aspire to participate in the Trailblazer experience to apply directly to LOSFA by using THIS application.

When completed, the application should be Emailed to tbapp@la.gov; faxed to 225-208-1496; or mailed to LOSFA, Trailblazer Leadership Program, P.O. Box 91202, Baton Rouge, LA 70821-9202

For more information about the Trailblazer Leadership Program visit www.osfa.la.gov "LOSFA OUTREACH", "Trailblazer Program".

The deadline for receipt of applications is April 17, 2015.


LOUISIANA YOUTH SEMINAR REGISTRATION OPEN NOW!
"LYS is a weeklong leadership camp held on the campus of Louisiana State University during the third week in July. During LYS, students go through a series of skill building exercises focused on leadership. Through a series of hands on experiences, they use their newly developed skills in a group setting to discover that leadership is not merely a matter of position or authority, but a matter of action. Students are encouraged to make a difference and to apply their knowledge and experience in their schools and communities. LYS is specifically designed for incoming high school juniors and seniors (and sophomores who are up for the challenge) who demonstrate leadership abilities in their schools and communities. Students come to LYS in a variety of ways: selected by their schools or community or corporate leaders, sent by their parents, recruited by past LYS participants and by LYS friends and family."
Visit http://www.louisianayouthseminar.org to register TODAY!
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Central High School is a Title I school. We receive funds to provide additional academic support and learning opportunities to help low-achieving children. The purpose of Title I funding is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high quality education and reach, at minimum, proficiency on challenging state academic achievement standards and state academic assessments.
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