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After School Tutoring Schedule ~ 2:45-4pm Math Tutoring - Mondays and Thursdays English Tutoring - Wednesdays and Thursdays Academy/ROTC Resources 2017 Service Academy Guide 2017 ROTC Guide
SAT PREP All seniors should have a College Board online account by now and are hopefully using it on a regular basis. Once you login to your account, you should be able to see your SAT scores. Under your SAT scores, there is an option to ‘Understand your Scores’ or ‘Send Your Scores.’ Cadets are encourage to click on the ‘Understanding your Scores’ and look at their strengths and weaknesses. If you click on the button that says “FREE SAT practice with Khan Academy,” cadets will be taken to the Khan Academy website where they can access their personalized SAT prep program. If you scored below a 550 on any portion of the SAT in April, you should consider taking them again in the fall. You can register to take the SAT through your College Board account. Before you pay to take the SAT again, be sure to review your spring 2016 scores and spend some time preparing for the SAT. SAT and ACT test dates are posted on the guidance calendar. Be sure to pay attention to the registration dates so you do not have to pay the late fee. Most colleges will “super score” which means they will take your BEST score for each section so it is always wise to take the SAT more than once (everyone has a bad test day once in a while). SAT and ACT fee waivers are available for cadets who qualify for free or reduced lunch. See Mrs. Certesio to get a fee waiver.
2017 Summer Assignments Read the directions and due dates carefully to ensure you are prepared for the first day of classes. 9th Grade English (all 9th graders) 10th Grade English (all 10th graders) 11th Grade English (all 11th graders) 12th Grade English (all 12th graders) Honors Historical Economics (10th grade) Honors US History (11th grade) Honors World History (12th grade) Honors Chemistry (11th grade) AP Biology (11th grade) AP Physics (12th grade) COLLEGE PLANNING Who is your college counselor? Last Name A-M John Grant      john.grant@dma.k12.de.us Last Name N-Z Debra Certesio      debra.certesio@dma.k12.de.us Cadets interested in ROTC, or Academy default to Mrs. Certesio Once you submit any college materials, you must allow 7-10 business days for your counselor to complete the request. If you would like to request a change in your college counselor, please put the request in writing and give it to Mrs. Certesio before you complete ANY college applications. COLLEGE APPLICATION WEEK 2018 ... More details in the summer! RESOURCES FOR COLLEGE PLANNNING www.bigfuture.org - This site will help juniors and seniors to find schools that match their “wish list” as well as locate scholarships and planning resources. Delawaregoestocollege.org- This is the Delaware Higher Education Office. On this site, cadets can register to access scholarships, gather college planning information and access the Academic Common Market (a hidden gem in DE). The college compendium (scholarship book) is also available on this site. All 2017-2018 college planning updates will be posted here as they become available: Mar. 20th: Academic Workshop for Parents  Mar. 20th: College Planning for Juniors Sample Common Application Sept. 18th College Workshop #1 Sept. 18th College Workshop Financial Training
The School Code for DMA is 080171 for all college applications To view current course offerings, graduation requirements or admission requirements for honors, AP or dual enrollment courses, please click HERE to view the 2017- 2018 DMA Curriculum Guide.
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Congratulations to the DMA Class of 2017 on earning more than 16.8 million dollars in scholarship monies!! This is a new school record! Our ten graduating classes combined have earned more than 90 million dollars in scholarship monies.
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