The following information was presented to St. Mary’s students by the Allied Health Education Center (AHEC) program.
"In its efforts to alleviate health professional shortages, Central Louisiana AHEC (Allied Health Education Center) offers health career enticement programs to recruit students into medical careers early in their educational experience while providing them with the necessary knowledge and tools with which to accomplish their goals. Career enticement programs are designed to help students plan for their futures and make informed decisions based on exploration of healthcare fields, contact with practicing healthcare professionals, and interaction with other students pursuing a career in healthcare, hands-on activities and experiences and more. Each program offers unique opportunities for students to explore different career fields in medicine and enables participants to observe firsthand the variety of healthcare possibilities."
The North Louisiana AHEC Program information can be found at: http://www.clahec.org/north-louisiana-programs/high-school-students/
AHEC Applications and Dates
- A-HEC of a Summer - for 9th, 10th, and 11th grades - Application Deadline March 1, 201. Typically the first 15 days of June
- A Day with LATECH - Application deadline November 14th, 2016. AHEC Day February 1, 2017
- A Day with the Doctors - Application deadline November 14, 2016. Day with Doctors January 25 for Northwest LA Parishes February 8 for Northeast LA Parishes
- A Day with ULM - Application deadline November 14, 2016. AHEC Day February 16, 2017
- A Day with NSU - Application Deadline November 14, 2016. AHEC Day February 8, 2017
- M*A*S*H* 2017 - Application deadline March 1, 2016. June 2017
REGISTERING WITH THE SELECTIVE SERVICE
The Selective Service System keeps a list of people who might be called on to serve our country in a national emergency. Within 30 days of a young mans 18th birthday he must register with Selective Service.
Louisiana Youth Seminar Registration Information
The LYS was established in 1971 as a summer leadership cap for high school students. Every year the Seminar is held at Louisiana State University for one week in July. During this week, students participate in many activities which focus on leadership skills, such as effective communication skills, setting and achieving goals, team building, understanding and accepting others, developing self confidence, conducting effective meetings and problem solving skills.
- Welcomes rising high school juniors and seniors with leadership abilities
- July 16 - 21, 2017
- Registration opens January 15, 2017
- Click here to register
Register for NCAA Clearinghouse
Junior students that are interested in playing sports need to register with NCAA Clearinghouse.
- Create an account using St. Mary's School Code of 191-930
- St. Mary's will be notified an account has been created and a student transcript will be uploaded
- The student is responsible for submitting the ACT score directly through ACT using the code 9999.
- To begin the registration process to go: www.eligibilitycenter.org
Louisiana Lions Camp
The Louisiana Lions Camp is currently recruiting High School Students, ages 16 and above, to fill summer staff positions. To request an application, interested students my complete the request form on our website or download the application itself at www.lionscamp.org. You may also call 1-800-348-6567 and request one by telephone.
Northwestern State University - Advance Program for Young Scholars ( 8th - 12th grades)
ADVANCE is one of four collaborative efforts with Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke Tip). The ADVANCE Program provides everything gifted or talented students could want in a summer experience: a unique and intellectually challenging curriculum that stretches their capabilities while furthering their academic careers; the chance to live and interact with peers of similar abilities and interest; and the opportunity to just have fun with other kids during summer break. For more information visit advance.nsula.edu or call 318-357-4500.
Duke Tip - Residential Program (9th - 12th grades)
At Duke TIP's Field Studies, students can take advantage of leading resources to explore their passions. These two-week courses provide either a taste of the college life while living on campus at Duke University or the New College of Florida, or a once-in-a-lifetime experience at a unique destination location. Students can apply to:
- do hands-on research with lemurs at the Duke Lemur Center
- explore nanotechnology with cutting-edge tools
- observe marine life while doing research in Florida's Sarasota Bay
- study tropical medicine with rural indigenous communities in Costa Rica
- start on their novels at a stunning desert retreat in New Mexico
- investigate astronomy, physics, and astrobiology at a working observatory in the North Carolina mountains
- pursue college-level courses in such topics as psychology, medical care, human rights advocacy, filmmaking, and more on the Duke University campus
Whatever they choose, they'll be guided by expert instructors and surrounded by other academically talented high schoolers who can help push them to new heights—and who may become lifelong friends.
Students are admitted on the basis of an online portfolio application—you can find instructions on our website. Applications are open now, and all students in grades nine through twelve are welcome to apply. You do not have to be a member of a Duke TIP talent search, and financial aid is available for all US-based courses.
- 7th through 12th grade follow a modified block schedule and the school bells will ring accordingly:
- Morning Prayer - 8:00 AM
- 1st Block - 8:15 AM - 9:50 AM
- Break - 9:50 AM - 10:10 AM
- 2nd Block - 10:15 AM - 11:50 AM
- 3rd Block - 12:15 PM - 1:45 PM
- High School Lunch 11:50 AM - 12:10 PM
- Middle School Lunch 12:30 PM - 12:50 PM
- 4th Block - 1:50 PM - 3:15 PM
Mass Schedule - 8:00 am - 9:00 am
- Tuesday - 2nd - 6th grade
- Wednesday - 10th, 11th, & 12th grade
- Thursday - 7th, 8th, & 9th grade
Grading and Grading Scales
- In all courses, an A is "excellent" and confers 4 quality points. A B is "above average" and confers 3 quality points. A C is "average" and confers 2 quality points. A D is "below average/passing" and confers 1 quality point. An F is "failing work/incomplete" and confers 0 quality points.
- 100-93 is an A
- 92-85 is a B
- 84-77 is a C
- 76-69 is a D
- 68 and below is an F
For Honors/Dual Enrollment Courses (quality points confers 5 quality points beginning with Freshmen class 2015/2016)
- 100-93 is an A
- 92-85 is a B
- 84-77 is a C
- 76-69 is a D
- 68 and below is an F
The academic honor roll recognizes both A and B students in middle and high school, grades 7 through 12. These students are recognized at the end of the first three quarters and at the beginning of the first quarter of an academic year (using status from previous year). Honor Roll students also are honored at the end of the year collectively. Honor Roll students are defined as:
- A Honor Roll 4.0 GPA at the end of any nine weeks period. The student must have no "B" nine-week grades, only "A" nine week grades.
- B Honor Roll 3.0 or higher GPA at the end of any nine weeks period. The student must have only "A" or "B" nine-week grades, no "C"s.
SYLLABUS FOR EACH SUBJECT
Student Activities and Academic Organizations
National Honor Society, Bp. Martin Chapter
- The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. To be eligible for membership students must be a junior or senior, and maintain a 3.5 cumulative GPA or higher and be of good character, and demonstrated excellence in leadership and service. Beginning with selection of students for the 20162017, each student must have and maintain a 3.8 cumulative GPA. A Faculty Committee reviews all student information and invites students to become members.
- Since the first Beta Club was formed in Landrum, SC in 1934, the National Beta Club has become the nation's largest independent, nonprofit, educational youth organization. The National Beta Club Mission Statement is to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among elementary and secondary school students. Ninth through 12th grade student must have achieved a cumulative 3.5 grade point average for membership.
- Student clubs range in activity from simple meetings at school to community service to serious investment of time and energy. They provide interested students with a means for bringing together academic, religious and personal skills in a way that is both specific and oriented toward personal development. Note that spirit clubs (e.g. cheer and dance line) are listed with athletics and student honor societies (NHS and Beta) are listed with academics.
Because of the nature of these organizations and their activities, the student fees paid as part of tuition may not cover their activities. Additional fees may be required as a condition of membership.
- 4H elementary, middle and high school Future Business Leaders of America Fellowship of Christian Athletes ProLife