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    CACHET STEM Days -- virtual

    CACHET STEM Days will take place March 29 through April 1. This includes a ‘6x6’ college fair, collaborative workshops featuring several colleges and universities, and information sessions focused on specific colleges and universities. The times listed are all Central Time. Students, families, and counselors can register for these events via this link: https://www.strivescan.com/cachet/

    **This program is not sponsored by St. John's School.**
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    Wellness Series Part 3: Dr. Julie Kaplow

    In the third and final part of the SJS Wellness mini-series "Mental Health and the Pandemic", Dr. Julie Kaplow, executive director of The Trauma and Grief Center at The Hackett Center of Mental Health, will highlight the psychological impact of the pandemic. This virtual presentation will focus on the ways in which different mental health issues may manifest in children of different ages and describe concrete steps that parents and caregivers can take in order to support their children during times of stress. Children's Mental Health in the Context of the Pandemic: What Can Parents Do to Help? Click here to register.
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    Class 11 Parent Meeting

    TBD

    Drexel University Deans Series Event: Leading the Future of Business and Technology -- virtual

    Hosted by Drexel University's Dean Yi Deng (College of Computing & Informatics) and Dean Vibhas Madan (LeBow College of Business), this virtual event will explore the concept of "digital transformation" and how it is affecting the trajectory of our economy, industries, and even our jobs and careers. These respected experts will be joined by a panel of current students for a lively discussion focusing on the steps the University is taking to more seamlessly integrate the concepts of business and technology, along with sharing their insights regarding how these changes will create new learning opportunities for our Dragons.

    Register via this link: https://drexel.edu/undergrad/visit/academic-connections/?utm_campaign=ug-adm-dean-series&utm_source=slate&utm_medium=email

    **This program is not sponsored by St. John's School.**

    The College Search: Who is in the Driver’s Seat? -- virtual

    Successfully navigating the college search and application process requires high schoolers, with limited decision-making experience, to begin making relatively significant decisions. In order for students to be fully invested in their educational futures, they need to own this process and the choices they make. And yet they’re often unsure about how to proceed and what to consider, which is why parents and those who support students, working in partnership with counselors, play such a critical role.

    Register for this virtual event via this link: https://www.collegeguidancenetwork.com/event-details/the-college-search-who-is-in-the-drivers-seat

    **This program is not sponsored by St. John's School.**
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    Engage with Emory -- virtual

    During this Engage with Emory virtual event, you will hear from admission representatives from Emory University who read applications for your part of the country. You and your family will learn more about the university's academic programs and majors, student life, admission process, financial aid, and scholarships.

    Virtual Format
    A few notes on the virtual format:
    • This virtual event is live, not prerecorded.
    • We will take questions live and do our best to answer as many as we can in our time together. 
    • The event will not be recorded and available for viewing later.
    Register via this link:  https://admission.emory.edu/register/?id=64c4f6d8-10dd-4418-9d15-14895b9bbc9d

    This program is not sponsored by St. John's School.
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    Junior Jumpstart -- virtual

    Six of the nation's top liberal arts colleges —Amherst, Bowdoin, Carleton, Pomona, Swarthmore, and Williams—are hosting events for juniors and their families to help answer questions about the college search process. 

    Register via this link:  https://www.sixcolleges.org/?utm_content=counselor&utm_campaign=admissions&utm_source=sixcolleges&utm_term=F22&utm_medium=email

    **This program is not sponsored by St. John's School.**
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    Junior Jumpstart -- virtual

    Six of the nation's top liberal arts colleges —Amherst, Bowdoin, Carleton, Pomona, Swarthmore, and Williams—are hosting events for juniors and their families to help answer questions about the college search process. 

    Register via this link:  https://www.sixcolleges.org/?utm_content=counselor&utm_campaign=admissions&utm_source=sixcolleges&utm_term=F22&utm_medium=email

    **This program is not sponsored by St. John's School.**
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    Senior Prom

    Lot 10 Tent - Coaches Lot
    Class of 2021 Senior Event. No underclassmen or students from other schools will be admitted due to COVID restrictions. Seniors must be checked in no later than 7:30 pm.
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    TH!NK UK North America -- virtual

    This year has been difficult for UK universities to connect with prospective students in Canada and USA. Although we all hope that summer and autumn will come with great news in the fight against the pandemic, we’re still keen to engage with you and provide guidance and information as you look at studying in the UK.

    TH!NKUK week will cover everything from submitting your UCAS applications, right through to arriving in the UK and beyond.
    This week we will provide opportunities to engage with International Officers, academics, current UK university students from North America and our alumni. We have sessions focused towards students, parents, teachers and school counsellors, but everyone is welcome to ‘think UK’!

    Sessions overview:
    •General Sessions: Co-presented by university reps - are designed to give you information on studying in the UK and how to apply

    •Subject Spotlights: these panel sessions give an overview of your specific subject area of interest from different universities. Each panel session has a different mix of universities, which is why you can find the same subject areas offered multiple times!

    •Parent sessions: opportunities for parents to engage with universities and ask their questions

    •Counsellor sessions: opportunities for counsellors to engage with universities and ask their questions

    •University Spotlights: Each participating university will be offering a 6-minute introduction as part of a group. Join these sessions to discover unique features and get general information about universities in UK

    •1-2-1 meetings: the opportunity to book slots to engage with International Officers and ask your questions

    Registration via this link: https://gck.fm/simxd 

    **This program is not sponsored by St. John's School.**
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    TH!NK UK North America -- virtual

    This year has been difficult for UK universities to connect with prospective students in Canada and USA. Although we all hope that summer and autumn will come with great news in the fight against the pandemic, we’re still keen to engage with you and provide guidance and information as you look at studying in the UK.

    TH!NKUK week will cover everything from submitting your UCAS applications, right through to arriving in the UK and beyond.
    This week we will provide opportunities to engage with International Officers, academics, current UK university students from North America and our alumni. We have sessions focused towards students, parents, teachers and school counsellors, but everyone is welcome to ‘think UK’!

    Sessions overview:
    •General Sessions: Co-presented by university reps - are designed to give you information on studying in the UK and how to apply

    •Subject Spotlights: these panel sessions give an overview of your specific subject area of interest from different universities. Each panel session has a different mix of universities, which is why you can find the same subject areas offered multiple times!

    •Parent sessions: opportunities for parents to engage with universities and ask their questions

    •Counsellor sessions: opportunities for counsellors to engage with universities and ask their questions

    •University Spotlights: Each participating university will be offering a 6-minute introduction as part of a group. Join these sessions to discover unique features and get general information about universities in UK

    •1-2-1 meetings: the opportunity to book slots to engage with International Officers and ask your questions

    Registration via this link: https://gck.fm/simxd 

    **This program is not sponsored by St. John's School.**
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    TH!NK UK North America -- virtual

    This year has been difficult for UK universities to connect with prospective students in Canada and USA. Although we all hope that summer and autumn will come with great news in the fight against the pandemic, we’re still keen to engage with you and provide guidance and information as you look at studying in the UK.

    TH!NKUK week will cover everything from submitting your UCAS applications, right through to arriving in the UK and beyond.
    This week we will provide opportunities to engage with International Officers, academics, current UK university students from North America and our alumni. We have sessions focused towards students, parents, teachers and school counsellors, but everyone is welcome to ‘think UK’!

    Sessions overview:
    •General Sessions: Co-presented by university reps - are designed to give you information on studying in the UK and how to apply

    •Subject Spotlights: these panel sessions give an overview of your specific subject area of interest from different universities. Each panel session has a different mix of universities, which is why you can find the same subject areas offered multiple times!

    •Parent sessions: opportunities for parents to engage with universities and ask their questions

    •Counsellor sessions: opportunities for counsellors to engage with universities and ask their questions

    •University Spotlights: Each participating university will be offering a 6-minute introduction as part of a group. Join these sessions to discover unique features and get general information about universities in UK

    •1-2-1 meetings: the opportunity to book slots to engage with International Officers and ask your questions

    Registration via this link: https://gck.fm/simxd 

    **This program is not sponsored by St. John's School.**
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    TH!NK UK North America -- virtual

    This year has been difficult for UK universities to connect with prospective students in Canada and USA. Although we all hope that summer and autumn will come with great news in the fight against the pandemic, we’re still keen to engage with you and provide guidance and information as you look at studying in the UK.

    TH!NKUK week will cover everything from submitting your UCAS applications, right through to arriving in the UK and beyond.
    This week we will provide opportunities to engage with International Officers, academics, current UK university students from North America and our alumni. We have sessions focused towards students, parents, teachers and school counsellors, but everyone is welcome to ‘think UK’!

    Sessions overview:
    •General Sessions: Co-presented by university reps - are designed to give you information on studying in the UK and how to apply

    •Subject Spotlights: these panel sessions give an overview of your specific subject area of interest from different universities. Each panel session has a different mix of universities, which is why you can find the same subject areas offered multiple times!

    •Parent sessions: opportunities for parents to engage with universities and ask their questions

    •Counsellor sessions: opportunities for counsellors to engage with universities and ask their questions

    •University Spotlights: Each participating university will be offering a 6-minute introduction as part of a group. Join these sessions to discover unique features and get general information about universities in UK

    •1-2-1 meetings: the opportunity to book slots to engage with International Officers and ask your questions

    Registration via this link: https://gck.fm/simxd 

    **This program is not sponsored by St. John's School.**
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    TH!NK UK North America -- virtual

    This year has been difficult for UK universities to connect with prospective students in Canada and USA. Although we all hope that summer and autumn will come with great news in the fight against the pandemic, we’re still keen to engage with you and provide guidance and information as you look at studying in the UK.

    TH!NKUK week will cover everything from submitting your UCAS applications, right through to arriving in the UK and beyond.
    This week we will provide opportunities to engage with International Officers, academics, current UK university students from North America and our alumni. We have sessions focused towards students, parents, teachers and school counsellors, but everyone is welcome to ‘think UK’!

    Sessions overview:
    •General Sessions: Co-presented by university reps - are designed to give you information on studying in the UK and how to apply

    •Subject Spotlights: these panel sessions give an overview of your specific subject area of interest from different universities. Each panel session has a different mix of universities, which is why you can find the same subject areas offered multiple times!

    •Parent sessions: opportunities for parents to engage with universities and ask their questions

    •Counsellor sessions: opportunities for counsellors to engage with universities and ask their questions

    •University Spotlights: Each participating university will be offering a 6-minute introduction as part of a group. Join these sessions to discover unique features and get general information about universities in UK

    •1-2-1 meetings: the opportunity to book slots to engage with International Officers and ask your questions

    Registration via this link: https://gck.fm/simxd 

    **This program is not sponsored by St. John's School.**
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