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MCHS Guidance Office

Students with last names A-Com: Shannon Calico

Students with last names Con-Hat:  Amy Palmer 
Students with last names Haw-McK:  Robert LaDeur

Students with last names McL-San:  Katherine Farmer
Students with last names Sat-Z:  Laurel Viera
Registrar:  Carol Voll


Spring Registration for EKU Dual Credit:  Students planning to take Dual Credit through EKU again next semester will need to register in the MCHS Library on Monday, November 19th during the following times:

1st period:   Harrell and Gray's first period classes

2nd period :  Harrell's 2nd  and 7th period classes

3rd period: Gray's 5th period class and all 4th period EKU bus riders

If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Palmer or Mr. LaDeur in the Guidance Office. 


University of Kentucky “seeblue.” Saturday

Our “seeblue” Saturday on November 17th registration is still open! This is a great event that will allow students to explore their academic interests, interact with faculty and staff, see campus, and learn what it truly means to be a Wildcat. They can visit this link to register - https://uky.secure.force.com/events/evt__QuickEvent?id=a1L41000004pwZu.


University of Pikeville Open House (7th Floor of Health Professions Education Building)
Call 606.218.5251 to register
Saturday, December 8
Registration: 8:30 a.m.
Open House 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon


Northern Kentucky University coming to MCHS
A rep will be here to speak with interested seniors on Thursday, November 29, 2018 from 1:12 - 2:00 p.m. (6th period) in the Guidance Office Conference Room. Please register with Ms. Holly Sharp in the Guidance Office.


Campbellsville University coming to MCHS
A rep will be here to speak with interested seniors on Tuesday November 20, 2018 from 9:00 - 10:00 (2nd period) in the Guidance Office Conference Room. Please register with Ms. Holly Sharp in the Guidance Office.


Sullivan University News:

-They will host an Open House on Saturday, December 1st from 9:30-12:30 am.  To register, go to sullivan.edu/winter-open-house or call 859-276-4357.

-November is no-application fee month for the 2019 class!

-Our next ACT Prep Class is December 1 & 2, Here is the official link to distribute:  https://sullivan.edu/act-prep/


December 8th ACT:  It's not too late to register for the December 8th ACT.  The late registration deadline is Monday, November 19th.  If you are a junior or senior who qualifies for free or reduced lunch based on the HIF form, please see your counselor for a fee waiver.  You may use two during high school.  You will still have to pay the late fee, though.  To register for the December ACT, go to www.act.org.  For most colleges/universities, this is the last ACT test that they accept for scholarship consideration for current seniors.


"RaiseMe Community" helps every student build a path to college. They have created a tool called "RaiseMe for High School Parents."

For detailed information, visit https://www.raise.me/#auth=signup&country=US

This is an all-new site (no fees) to help parents and guardians guide their students through the discovery of college and the micro-scholarship process.

After registering with RaiseMe, parents and guardians can add achievements to their students' portfolios to help support, encourage and motivate them in their pursuit to earn micro-scholarships from colleges.  Whenever students receive a report card, do well on a standardized test, earn a new honor or award, or complete new extracurriculars and/or commuity service projects, parents or guardians can help their students develop their RaiseMe portfolio and keep it up-to-date by inputting their students' latest accomplishments in order to rack up additional micro-scholarships from colleges they are following.

Good Luck!  Many colleges and universities have partnered with RaiseMe to help recruit potential students and to lower the expense of college for these students.

Northern Kentucky University
Free application now through November 30, 2018 for all first-time, full-time freshmen entering in the Fall of 2019.
A $40 savings!
nku.edu/apply - fill out the undergraduate application, submit, and fee is waived through the end of November


University of Kentucky Athletic Training-UK is looking for highly qualified seniors who are interested in working as a student athletic trainer.  Scholarships are available after a student completes one year in the program.  Scholarships are awarded based on a student's performance in the athletic training room and the classroom.  If you have a 2.75 or higher GPA and are interested in becoming an athletic trainer at UK, stop by the Guidance Office and pick up an application.  Applications are due to UK no later than February 8, 2019.


FAFSA-Check out the KHEAA texting service, which allows students, family members, professionals and others to receive regular (twice a month) reminders and updates regarding FAFSA and other important college access information. This is a two-way texting service, so subscribers can text back with questions and receive an individual response. To sign up, text the word OUTREACH to (800) 928-8926.


The Governor's School for the Arts Application is now open.

Here is the application link:


Here is a link to the GSA program overview: http://www.kentuckycenter.org/education-community-arts/gsa/prospective-students/how-to-apply-to-the-summer-program



ATTENTION FRESHMEN:  Find important information MCHS information from our Freshmen meeting in this powerpoint


Juniors and Seniors: The Youth Ambassador Leadership Conference applications are now available in the Guidance office. The conference will be a one day leadership conference in early 2019 consisting of participation with Commonwealth leaders from across the state. Applications and information are available in Guidance or on Andy Barr's website - www.barr.house.gov. Applications are due to Congressman Barr's Office no later than December 3, 2018.


Northern Kentucky University will host Music Scholarship Entrance Auditions on February 16, 2019 and March 2, 2019. For more information or to schedule an audition and plan a NKU Music Visitation Day, please contact Joan Brummer, Music Program Advisor at brummerj1@nku.edu or 859-572-5902.


ATTENTION SENIORS:  Find important information regarding graduation requirements, scholarships, ACT scores, KEES money, financial aid, transcript requests, and much more in this powerpoint.


SENIORS-Mark your calendars now!!

December 8-ACT offered at MCHS (register at www.act.org)


2019 AP Exam Information:  Please click on the AP Testing link to the right of this page for information regarding registration and test dates for all 2019 AP Exams.



Mathematics Algebra I 1
Mathematics Algebra II 1
Mathematics Geometry 1
Mathematics Math Elective 1
Language Arts English I 1
Language Arts English II 1
Language Arts English III 1
Language Arts English IV 1
Science Earth Science 1
Science Life Science 1
Science Chemical/Physical Science 1
Social Studies Integrated Social Studies 1
Social Studies World Civilization 1
Social Studies U.S. History 1
Health Health .5
Physical Education PE I .5
Humanities see course directory below 1
Electives see course directory below 6
Total Credits   22



Download Graduation Plan Sheet

Tribe Time Studios at MCHS

For the 2017-18 school year Madison Central will have a new bell schedule which will include scheduled studio time for each student. Students will take 6 core classes (just as they always have) and then one period will be half lunch/ half studio.


2017-18 Bell Schedule


Tribe Time Studios Defined