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LaPorte, IN 46350
Phone: 219-362-3102 Fax: 219-324-2142

Principal: Mr. Ben Tonagel
Associate Principal: Mr.Scott Upp
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UrgentPrint this article2019-2020 Scheduling Information

Information & resources in regards to scheduling for the 2019-2020 school year may be found by following the link below.

Scheduling materials will be distributed and completed through SRT. The scheduling dates for each cohort are as follows:

Class of 2020 (current 11th grade students) January 22, 23, & February 4.

Class of 2021 (current  10th grade students) February 5-7

Class of 2022 (current 9th grade students) February 25-27

Class of 2023 (current 8th grade students) TBD due to weather school cancellations

  • The 8th grade parent night that was previously going to be held on January 30, 2019 has been moved to February 6, 2019 from 6p-7p in the PAC.

More information2019-2020 Scheduling Folder

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Print this articleNovember 28 Business and Community Event
LaPorte Community School Corporation will be hosting our 1st annual "Business and Community Engagement Event" on November 28 from 4-5pm in the Performing Arts Center.

We are excited to announce that Blair Milo, Secretary of Career Connections and Talent, and Ben Carter, Indiana Department of Education's Director of Workforce and Innovation, will be our guest speakers. Blair is deeply engaged in building a strong and dynamic 21st-century ready workforce in Indiana. Ben is leading the charge on Indiana's New Graduation Pathways.
 
After their remarks, LaPorte Community School representatives will explain how our local business and community members can get involved in many different capacities to support Slicer students K-12 as they learn and demonstrate employability skills, fulfill the new Indiana Pathway's Graduation requirements, and prepare to meet the challenges of the 21st century.

Plan to attend!

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Click here to learn more how the community can help out with LPHS's Sesquicentennial Service Challenge

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INvestEd is a free resource for Hoosier students and parents looking for help with college planning and financial aid. At INvestEd, we help families understand how to fund college wisely to help minimize potential education debt.

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Please find the attached division of counselors for students. 

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Please click on the link below to login to Skyward. If you are unsure how to login, please follow the instructions listed in the attached word document. 

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Students interested in playing sports in college should visit the NCAA Eligibility Center at  http://eligibilitycenter.org. For information on eligibility rules, also see attachment. 

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Seniors interested in applying to be a Wells Scholar at IU Bloomington for the 18-19 school year need to pick up information in the Counseling Office by next Thursday, September the 14th.
 
Interested students should have
  • Shown exceptional qualities of character and leadership
  • Been significantly involved in extracurricular activities
  • Demonstrated a concern for their community
  • Excelled in terms of class rank, grade point average, and performance on standardized tests

In the past, successful Wells nominees have typically:

  • Ranked in the top 5 percent of their class
  • Compiled a GPA of 3.9 or higher on a 4.0 scale
  • Scored 1400 or higher on the combined SAT Critical Reading and Mathematics tests, or 32 (composite) or higher on the ACT
  • Shown a pattern of serious commitment to one or more activities outside of class
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