Academic News
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Attention Sophomores & Juniors!

 

The video recording of the 2022-2023 Student & Parent Dual Enrollment (DE) Virtual Info Meeting held on December 9, 2021, is now available to view on the YouTube Channel for Reach Higher Owosso High School. If you are interested in learning about the DE programs available next year, both students and parents should take time to watch the video together. You will hear about, (1) all DE programs available through the Shiawassee RESD and Owosso High School, (2) the opportunities to earn college credit for *FREE* while in high school, and (3) instructions on how to start the 2022-2023 application process.

 

 

Hello to Xello

 

Owosso High School will  be using a new platform for Career and College Exploration starting this year. Xello.org is a brand new website replacing the long running careercruising.com which students have used for several years. The program is user friendly and students can easily navigate to draw the connections between career, major and college. Students can look up a career that they may be interested in, see if the career is "in-demand", what type of education background you need to a get for a certification or degree for that career and what college or training institute may have that program for that major. Students at the high school are expected to access Xello.org and complete their Education Development Plan (EDP). Watch Mr. Ciarlino video for OHS students to learn how to complete their Xello EDP.

 

If you have any questions please either contact our school counselors, Mr Ciarlino (ciarlino@owosso.k12.mi.us) or Mr. Woltjer (woltjer@owosso.k12.mi.us).

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