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Final Transcripts/Parchment

All Seniors who submitted their Individual Career and College Survey (that was completed during ramp up) please note that all final transcripts have been sent to the College/Technical Program that was listed. If you have recently changed your mind regarding which college you will be attending please log in to Parchment and place your request. If you are unable to log into your account, can't recall your username/password please email me at kuseldinger@egf.k12.mn.us and I will get back to you as soon as I can. Within Parchment you are able to send in requests for any and all final transcripts, the mailings are FREE (for the Class of 2018) through AUGUST 1st, after August 1st there is a $3.75 for all transcript requests. You may request a final transcript at any time but please note that after August 1st there will be a charge. If you have any questions regarding any of this information please let me know. If you are new to Parchment and are logging in as a previous student please login as "New Learner Account" and you should be able to put in your request. Thank you!

https://www.parchment.com/u/registration/14790/account


Minnesota Career Information Systems (MCIS)

https://portal.mncis.intocareers.org/

Username: egfegf

Password: Greenwave1

Create MCIS Account on Right Hand Side


2018-2019 Registration Guide <insert doc here>


New Student Registration Forms

Are you a new student looking to enroll at the East Grand Forks Senior High School? If so, please fill out these documents and bring to the Senior High office. You can also mail, email, or fax them in. Any new student must provide an up to date immunization record or proof of legal exemption before beginning classes.

East Grand Forks Senior High School

Attn: Wendy Waller
1420 4th Ave NW
East Grand Forks, MN 56721
wwaller@egf.k12.mn.us
ph 218.773.2405, fx 218.773.3070

New Student Forms-ENG <insert doc here>


Minnesota's Programs of Study Website

A Program of Study is sequence of courses both required and elective; they begin in middle/high school and progress through college/university. The information on this site is intended to help you understand the combinations of courses, currently available at your school, that give you the best preparation for the education/career direction you’d like to explore. It also offers you some idea of program/majors in the pathways at various colleges and universities.

http://mnpos.com/consortiums.php 


Resources

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