Seniors - Mid-Year Grade Report Form (for Colleges)
Many seniors have been contacting counselors to request the mid-year academic documentation necessary for admission to many colleges. Counselors will be in senior English classes Tuesday, January 31 to explain the mid-year report request process. During our visit, we will ask seniors to complete a request form, indicating the colleges that they would like us to send your first semester grades. The request form will need to be returned to the Counseling Office by Friday, February 3. Print Form Mid-Year Grade Report Form. Grades will be sent to colleges the week of February 6.
Tuesday, February 14 - Summer Opportunities Fair in the Commons during Collab
Brigham Young Online Courses
Edina Public Schools will no longer
be accepting credits from Brigham Young University (BYU) Independent Study to
fulfill Edina High School graduation requirements. BYU Independent Study
is not a Minnesota state accredited program and is not listed as an approved
online provider by the Minnesota Department of Education. Students currently
enrolled as well as students who enroll in BYU classes on or before September
9th, 2016 will have their credits honored. Credits completed with an
enrollment date after September 9th, 2016 will not be accepted by
Edina Public Schools. Below is a link to all online providers
approved by the Minnesota Department of Education.
For students that have enrolled prior to September 9, 2016 - Edina High School will not be proctoring BYU tests at the high school. You will need to choose another proctor in this area on the BYU website.
You may search for another test site on the Brigham Young website.
- Your test can be proctored at Normandale Community College. There is a $35 fee to take the test. You must contact Normandale Community College to schedule the test.
- Your test can be proctored at College, Nannies and Tutors, Edina. There is a $25 fee to take the test. You must contact them to schedule the test.
- Student must have photo ID to test.
College and Career Center
The College & Career Center is a resource center for college, post-secondary, and career planning materials. The Center also hosts college visits. Over 200 college representatives visit Edina High School each year. A college visit consists of a half hour presentation including a student Q & A session.
The College & Career Center is located in Room 312 and is open during college visits and as needed. The Center is open for students only, grades 11-12 and grade 10 after January 1.
Don't miss out on this opportunity to find out more information about colleges that interest you.
Juniors - Common Application 2017-2018 Essay Prompts
The Common Application Board of Directors is pleased to announce the 2017-2018 essay prompts. The
essay should be no more that 650 words (650 words is your limit, not
your goal). The application will not accept a response shorter than 250
Seniors - Common Application 2016-2017 Essay Prompts
The Common Application Board of Directors is pleased to announce the 2016-2017 essay prompts. The essay should be no more that 650 words (650 words is your limit, not your goal). The application will not accept a response shorter than 250 words.
Edina High School Profile
Would you like to view the Edina High School Profile that is sent with every post secondary application? Click here to view the Profile.
To register, students who are prospective student-athletes can access the registration materials by visiting the http://eligibilitycenter.org. From the home page, the prospect should click "Prospective Student-Athletes," which will link the student-athlete to the necessary information. This eligibility booklet is a must read for students (and their parents) who are hoping to play a college sport. After you register, your transcript must be sent from the high school. Contact Nancy Knutson, Registrar to request a transcript for NCAA.
Updated January 30, 2017