Congratulations ladies we are so proud of you!!#LeadershipScholarshipCompetitiveness

McKay FR Volleyball was recently nominated for the OSAA sportsmanship award. This is a recognition program that gives OSAA sport officials the opportunity to highlight the positive sportsmanship that they see on the court. Each program that receives a nomination will be eligible to receive the OSAA Sportsmanship Award for their activity, which includes 100 OSAA Cup points for your school!In a recent match, your FR Volleyball program exhibited the great qualities that the OSAA looks for in teams, programs, and communities across the state, and your match official noticed!

Go Scots!

2019-10-21T10:11:04-08:00October 18th, 2019|

Bryan Nicolas Lopez Named Salem’s Sports and Breakfast Club athlete of the week

Congratulations to Bryan Nicolas Lopez on being named Salem’s Sports and Breakfast Club athlete of the week. On 10/4 Bryan scored 3 goals and had 2 assists to help McKay beat Bend 7-1. On 10/7 he scored 1 goal and gave an assist to help McKay tie vs Summit, 2-2. On 10/10 he scored one goal to help McKay beat McNary 3-1. Overall in the week he scored 5 goals and had 3 assists!“ Great Job Bryan!

2019-10-21T10:12:16-08:00October 18th, 2019|

The McKay Equal Opportunity Schools (EOS) survey is now live!

The McKay Equal Opportunity Schools (EOS) survey is now live! Please follow the link to complete the survey. Our goal is to have all of our students complete the survey, thank you for your participation!

Click here to complete the survey.

2019-10-18T07:10:10-08:00October 18th, 2019|

Winter Sports Registration is Now Open!

Winter Sports registration is now open!

Register for:

Boys Wrestling  -Coach Eric Harder
Girls Wrestling -Coach Logan Fore
Boys Basketball  – Coach KJ McCrae
Girls Basketball- Coach Jim White
Swimming – Coach Tim LaDuke

Official first day of practice is 11-18-19

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2019-10-14T15:01:29-08:00October 14th, 2019|

Senior Career & College Prep List

Senior Career & College Prep List

2019-2020

  • Review SAT or ACT scores if tests were taken last year, to determine if they need to be retaken.
  • Register for SAT or ACT if not already taken or needs to be retaken.
  • Get an FSA ID: fsaid.ed.gov
  • Attend financial aid nights, workshops, and events
  • Research colleges/universities/career-technical schools and their majors and fields of training
  • Review transcript to be sure colleges’ admissions requirements can be met
  • Check and monitor college priority application and regular application deadlines
  • Attend college visitation events at your school
  • Narrow down list of colleges (3 colleges)
  • Begin work on college admissions and scholarship essays; have your ASPIRE mentor proofread your work
  • Fill out request forms for letters of recommendations to give to teachers, counselors and/or employers. Give letter writers at least 4 weeks advance notice.
  • Begin submitting college applications; monitor deadlines
  • If applying to a private college, find out if they will accept the Common Application; check the list of participating schools at CommonApp.org
  • Attend college/career fairs
  • Complete Oregon Promise application (community college applicants)
  • If you’ve been in foster care, check whether you are eligible for the Chafee Education and Training Grant
  • Attend an OSAC Finding Funds presentation or watch the video online
  • Create account in OSAC Student Portal
  • Start OSAC Personal Statements and Activity Chart
  • Explore local, regional and university scholarship opportunities
  • Apply for at least 60 scholarships
  • Complete FAFSA: Opens October 1, use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool or order tax transcript
  • Review Student Aid Report (SAR) and make FAFSA corrections
  • Undocumented students and DACA students: Complete ORSAA to be eligible for Oregon Promise, Oregon Opportunity Grant Funds, and OSAC Scholarships
  • Fill out request forms for letters of recommendations to give to teachers, counselors and/or employers. Give letter writers at least 4 weeks advance notice.
  • Review transcript to be sure colleges admissions requirements can be met
  • Attend college visitation events at your school
  • Planning on attending a private college? Find out if they require an additional financial aid application, the CSS Profile
  • If applying to a private college, find out if they will accept the Common Application; check the list of participating schools at CommonApp.org
  • Check to see if mid-year transcripts have been sent to colleges applied to
  • Complete Oregon Promise application (community college applicants)
  • Undocumented students and DACA students: Complete ORSSA to be eligible for Oregon Promise and/or Oregon Opportunity Grant Funds, and OSAC Scholarships
  • Track scholarship application deadlines
  • Request your high school sends your transcript for OSAC Scholarship Application
  • Feb 15: Submit OSAC application by Early Brid deadline; includes Activity Chart, personal statements, and transcript (Volunteers can help by proofreading everything before submission)
  • Check to see if mid-year transcripts have been sent to colleges applied to
  • Find an ECMC College Night event to attend
  • Be mindful of deadlines for accepting financial aid awards
  • Keep your grades up! Colleges pay close attention to the second half of senior year!
  • Notify all schools of your decision
  • If community college bound, take placement test
  • Be sure to request your year-end transcript is sent to the college you will be attending
  • Respond to all mail/email from your selected college
  • Register for housing, orientation and classes
  • Tour chosen campus
2019-10-10T12:20:32-08:00October 10th, 2019|

Junior Career & College Preparation List

  • Review courses for this year and plan for senior year.
  • Review high school transcript: Are you on track for graduation?
  • Attend financial aid nights, workshops and events.
  • Attend college/career fairs
  • Attend college visitation events at your school
  • Research colleges/universities/career-technical schools and their majors and fields of training
  • Explore career possibilities in CIS, Naviance or College Navigator
  • Sign up for SAT Practice Question of the Day
  • Sign up for ACT Question of the Day
  • Attend financial aid nights, workshops and events with a parent or guardian if possible
  • Attend college visitation events at your school
  • Create account in OSAC Student Portal
  • Attend financial aid nights, workshops and events with a parent or guardian
  • Attend campus preview days
  • Start working on OSAC personal statements and Activity Chart
  • Find information on federal financial aid at: StudentAid.ed.gov
  • Get an FSA ID: fsaid.ed.gov
  • Volunteer in a field you may enjoy or in a career field that is of interest to you
  • Contact business owners and professionals in your area to inquire about job shadowing opportunities
  • Ask your counselor or ASPIRE coordinator for a list of local scholarships; work on scholarship essays over the summer
  • Apply for at 40 scholarships
2020-09-14T11:09:30-08:00October 10th, 2019|

Sophomore Career & College Preparation List

Tenth Grade College Preparation List

  • Meet with your school counselor and mentor to discuss colleges and their requirements.
  • Sign up SAT Practice Question of the Day
  • Sign up SAT Practice Test
  • Explore career possibilities in CIS, Naviance or College Navigator Explore Oregon
  • Research colleges/universities/career-technical schools and their majors and fields of training.
  • Attend college/career fairs
  • Attend college visitation events at your school
  • Research colleges/universities/career-technical schools and their majors and fields of training.
  • Attend college/career fairs
  • Review high school transcript: Are you on track for graduation?
  • Look at college or training school admissions requirements to get an idea of what kinds of classes need to be taken now.
  • Start exploring the differences in schools to determine what might be a good fit after high school graduation: career-technical, community college, or 4-year college
  • Find information on federal financial aid at: StudentAid.ed.gov
  • Volunteer in a field you may enjoy or in a career field that is of interest to you.
  • Consider taking an SAT or ACT prep course
  • Attend college/career fairs
  • Review high school transcript: Are you on track for graduation?
  • Get a summer job
  • Continue to add to your resume or portfolio any new activities, honors, or achievements.
  • Apply for at least 20 scholarships
  • Continue to add your resume or portfolio any new activities, honors, or achievements.
2020-09-14T10:59:06-08:00October 10th, 2019|

Ninth Grade College & Career-Preparation List

  • Take challenging classes in core academic subject. Most colleges require four years of English, three years of social studies, three years of mathematics, three years of science, and two years of a foreign language.
  • Get involved in school-or-community based activities that interest you.
  • Complete at least 100 hours of community service or volunteering.
  • Start a list of your award, honors and extracurricular activities.
  • Sign up for SAT Practice Question of the Day.
  • Explore career possibilities in CIS, Naviance or College Navigator
  • Explore OregonStudentAid.gov to learn about post high school options.
  • Attend college/career fairs
  • Start exploring the difference in schools to determine what might be a good fit after high school graduation: jobs, career-technical, community college, or 4-year college.
  • Consider taking an SAT or ACT prep course.
  • Volunteer in the field you may enjoy or in a career field that is of interest to you.
2020-09-14T10:56:59-08:00October 10th, 2019|

What A Turnaround At McKay (Oregonian Article)

McKay Football was featured in an article on OregonLive’s website this week. Great job Royal Scots!

https://www.oregonlive.com/sports/g66l-2019/10/c48a9830358875/what-a-turnaround-at-mckay-scots-have-2game-win-streak-after-totaling-2-wins-in-previous-2-years.html

2019-10-09T08:02:28-08:00October 9th, 2019|
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