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  • Outside Deliveries/Lunch Drop Off

     

    Hinsdale Central does not allow deliveries for food or other items from outside vendors. In order to keep our campus safe and secure, we ask that lunch drop off be limited for emergency purposes or special occasions only.

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  • Class of 2023 Freshman Parent Night

     
     
    This year we will be offering our Freshman Parent Night prior to Curriculum Night on Thursday, August 29, 2019, from 6:00 – 6:45 PM. This will provide parents the opportunity to meet with their student’s counselor to learn more about the programs and goals during the next four years as we partner for success with your student. We look forward to welcoming you to this event. We will email counselor room locations prior to the event. 
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  • Seniors College Application Information

     
     
    All seniors should stop into the Counseling Office to schedule an appointment with their counselor to discuss their application plans. Counselors will begin sending transcripts to colleges after Sept. 1, but seniors must meet with their counselor prior to this to finalize their application list and to submit transcript request forms. Please remember that all transcript request forms should be submitted 3 weeks prior to the college application deadline to allow for processing. 
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  • College Representative Visits for Juniors and Seniors

     
     
    Each fall, over 200 college representatives from schools across the country visit Hinsdale Central to meet with prospective Junior and Senior students. Information about the upcoming visits can be found in Naviance, where students can sign up to meet with the rep for schools they are interested in. Sign up is required, and students must obtain a pass from the Counseling Office at least one day ahead of time. Visits with the reps will begin on Monday, August 26 with the University of Illinois! 
     
    In order to best prepare for a college rep visit, students should do some advanced research about the college. The student should check the college website, review the “viewbook,” or ask his/her counselor for information. If the group attending the rep visit is small enough, there may be an opportunity for individual student interaction with the rep. If that is the case, the student may be asked to talk about themselves or about his/her specific interest in the college. Students will identify themselves to the rep and attendance will be taken. We attempt to be as courteous as possible in hosting the college reps, so we ask that if a student is signed up to attend a session, he/she must be there and be on time! (It is the student’s responsibility to check with his/her teacher regarding missed classwork or for homework assignments while attending a college visit.) 
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