Class of 2021
Once 8th grade students have been officially accepted to Baker College Prep, students and families are inducted through a series of events and information sessions to assure the students are placed properly in classes and are ready to begin their journey at Baker.
Placement Test (Students and Parents/Guardians): Saturday, April 29, 2017
Parents and accepted students are expected to attend a placement testing day before they start 9th grade. Students will take math and reading exams while parents will attend an information session and complete enrollment paperwork for their student. The placement test results will not impact students' acceptance at Baker. We administer the test so our teachers can plan their curriculum based on the skill level of the students in their classes.
9th Grade Orientation (Students and Parents/Guardians): TBA
Students and parents will attend an Orientation event during the week prior to school starting. Students will receive their locker assignments, meet their advisor and other teachers, and see where their classes will be. Parents will receive an Orientation about Baker College Prep and how they can best support their student.
Freshman Week (Students only): TBA
Incoming 9th grade students will begin their first week of classes with no other students in the building and focusing on transitioning to the high school environment. Incoming 9th grade students will start their process of becoming “Nobleized” with a week learning about their schedules, building relationships their teachers and advisors, practicing transitions between classes, and using their lockers. They will also focus on organizational skills and what is considered acceptable behavior at Baker.
Don't forget to bring your completed summer homework on the first day of school!
Classes of 2018 and 2019
Orientation (for Students and Parents/Guardians): TBA
Students and parents will attend an Orientation event during the week prior to school starting. Students and parents will receive information about how to be successful in the 10th and 11th grades.
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