11th grade Checklist 

Concerning ALL students

  • Your student will receive one annual Transcript Review. in the 11th grade and another annual review in the 12th grade.
  • 9th and 10th grade students will receive their Transcript Reviews by request only.  
  • Every student should use a Planning Sheet and complete all 4 years.
  • FL college-bound students should use the FL Planning Sheet.
  • We suggest all students begin on the College4 Path as it is much easier to jump to another path at any time but more difficult to jump on the college4 Path midway through high school. 
  • A student’s path can be changed at any time. Goal Based Planning is used for the purpose of showing you the options and flexibility available for students depending on their goals.

11th Graders

blue checkUse the High School Review button in Applecore to see a summary of the credits your student has completed and will need for planning for 11th grade.

blue checkWatch for your upcoming 11th grade Transcript Review sometime during the 11th-grade year.

blue checkCompare the transcript review with the student’s planning sheet. 

blue checkMake corrections ASAP.

blue checkNote any remaining courses needed for graduation, college admissions requirements, or other post high school goals.  

blue checkEnsure all courses, grades, credits, and attendance are reported 100% correct in Applecore. 

blue checkNO revisions will be allowed once HLA has sent official transcripts. 

blue checkRefer to Awards and Scholarships for helpful information. 

blue checkTake a look at HLA’s available Honors Programs.

blue checkTake PSAT in October to compete to be a National Merit Scholar.

blue checkTake the ACT or SAT at least once in the fall and once or twice in the spring if your student is on a college bound path.

blue checkIf your student will be taking dual enrollment courses upload forms to the request manager located in your myHLA account. 

blue checkFor students interested in participating in Governor’s School refer to Awards and Scholarships.  

blue checkResearch and find dates of college fairs in your area or other events geared towards your students goals.

blue checkBegin researching colleges, trade schools or other post high school options: note any due dates for applications, scholarships, etc.

blue checkCheck admissions requirements for prospective colleges, scholarships, and trade schools. 

blue checkFlorida 

  1. Refer to the Bright Futures for more information. 
  2. Be completing your Community Service requirements and get the proper forms to Crystal.

blue checkCheck with your local homeschool organization concerning graduation activities.

blue checkSome organizations require membership prior to the senior year.

blue checkUse the High School Review button in Applecore to see a summary of the credits your student has completed and will need when planning for 12th grade.