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Class of 2022 Information

Important dates

These are the only confirmed dates currently available.  The dates will be updated as they become available.

                               

January 15th                 Senior yearbook photos are due

January 15th                 Senior recognition ads due

June 11th                       Commencement 2023

 

Click here to order a yearbook

Order today before the price increases.

Optional senior recognition ads are also available at an additional cost.  They are $50 for a 1/8 page ad and $75 for 1/4 page.  These are also due by January 15, 2023 and can be ordered through Jostens here: www.jostensadservice.com/student

Senior Parents: Please submit your 12th grader’s senior photo for the yearbook by January 15, 2023.  Make sure the photo provided is in a portrait orientation or can be cropped as such.  Pictures can be uploaded here: https://images.jostens.com/0KNK5cWtac9XS6o-LmNNegw

COLLEGE APPLICATION PROCESS

We’ve created a handout to help with the college application process, which includes a timeline, important dates and specific steps for Northfield High School seniors: College Application Process

Letters of recommendation

The student highlights sheet should be completed by seniors and given to all adults who will write letters of recommendation.

Career and college planning

Naviance is an online career and college planning site available to Northfield High School students. Students can use this program to learn about career interests, research colleges, learn about scholarships, communicate with counselors, and request transcripts to be sent to colleges. (Our school code is: 241-855)

Access Naviance

NCAA Eligibility Center

College-bound student-athletes preparing to enroll in a Division I or Division II school need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center to ensure they have met amateurism standards and are academically prepared for college coursework.