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    Recommendation for a general Scholarship

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    Apply to college using the Common Application for Minnesota colleges


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    Career & College Search 

    LNHS students use the Minnesota Career Information System (MCIS) to access their own high school, college and career informational portfolios. Students will find their own high school career interest assessments to aid in college/career planning. MCIS assists with colleges’ information, tuition, student/professor ratio, population, admission requirements, high school class suggestions, career descriptions, etc. on their website.

    LNHS students are able to set up their own portfolios while in high school and beyond. MCIS displays information concerning a student's career interest assessments, practice college entrance testing, college search information, college majors, career plans, maps out high school classes, scholarships, financial planning, and more. It also lists information for future jobs and the military. MCIS stores students’ own career/college comparison data for college search and career information.

    Students should visit the MCIS website, log in with Clever, (using their LNHS Gmail account information) to access their own accounts to store their own portfolio data.

    MCIS Information


    LOG-IN to MCIS

    • Go to the MCIS portal and Click "Log in with Clever"

     Log in with Clever

    • Type in "Lakeville North" under Search and select it                            
    • Click on "Log in with Google"
    • Students can now enter their school email username and password to log-in to MCIS 

    MCIS will help students create a post-high school plan

    • Determine skills and interests
    • Explore future careers
    • Search for colleges and training options
    • Create an education and career plan
    • Keep a record of school activities, extra-curricular activities and work experience

    Research shows that students who have an education and career plan are:

    • More likely to graduate from high school and attend college or other post-secondary training
    • More motivated to succeed in college and other types of training and in the workplace
    • Score higher on standardized achievement tests
    • Have better attendance and fewer discipline problems

    Colleges & Universities Review Transcripts

    Colleges like to see the following on students' high school transcripts:

    4 years  - English Language

    3 years  - Math

    3 1/2 years - Social Studies

    3 years - Science

    2 years - World Language

    1 year - Fine Arts

    Volunteer, Community Service and Leadership