Ninth Grade Applicant Record
The Ninth Grade Applicant Record form is a very important part of the Cooperative Admissions Program, especially in the absence of HSPT scores. The Ninth Grade Applicant Record gives the student’s current school permission to provide the student’s selected high schools with a copy of the student’s school record.
The Ninth Grade Applicant Record gives the student the opportunity to indicate their first, second, and third choice catholic high schools ONLY. Some of you have filled one out with other options. Please send me a new one.
Please print the form below and complete only page 1. It is important that you PRINT clearly. We want schools to read your form correctly. It is important that I have a parent signature on this release of records form. If your student comes to school in a cohort they may return this to me. If you are a fully remote student you can scan this form to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will print it. Again, it is important that a parent signature be on page 1. Please do not type your signature on the form.
The student’s parent or guardian completes the Permission for Release of Records section, the Student Information section, and the High School Choice section of this form. The student gives the signed form to me no later than October 30, 2020.
I fill in the School Record Information section, and Student Performance section, the principal signs the form on the bottom of page 2, and then I make a copy for each of the student’s high school choices. I will mail a copy of the completed Ninth Grade Applicant Record form, along with a copy of the student’s cumulative record and standardized testing scores, to each of the student’s high school choices. This is the package I have talked about. I am responsible for making sure the designated high schools receive the completed Ninth Grade Applicant Record no later than December 7, 2020.
The high schools will notify applicants of admissions decisions on Friday, January 15, 2021.
Remember I am always here for you if you still need help with considering high school choices or are still determining which high schools seem to be a good match.
All the best,
Ms. Zarsky :]