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Freshmen & Sophomores

Freshman year is the beginning of your future!

Every Credit Counts!

Colleges/universities look at your grades/transcript beginning your freshman year!

Meet with your school counselor to go over high school credits and a transcript.

There are many tutoring services available at AHA.

If you fail a class, make sure you talk to your school counselor to register for a credit recovery class.



Get Involved!

It is important to get involved in extra-curricular/community service events during your high school years. Colleges/Universities look at what you do, besides get good grades; this can lead to certain scholarships as well. Make sure that you track all your information so that way it will be easy to transfer the information to scholarships, letters of recommendations, etc. 

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