College Applications Requests
College applications that require a Counselor signature page or High School Report should be given to your counselor with a stamped envelope. College applications should be given to your counselor at least two weeks before the application deadline. High School grades earned while in Middle School shall be included on the High School Transcript if the course is being used to meet a High School requirement. Students earning a C or C+ are strongly encouraged to retake courses for credit in high school as freshmen. Junior high students earning a D+ or lower in a high school course must retake the course to meet the prerequisites for the next level course within the discipline. The grade the student is assigned when repeating the course will replace the first grade earned and becomes part of the student’s GPA and transcript. 4 Official College Transcripts are sent to colleges, universities, scholarship committees, employers, etc. at no additional cost. There will be a $2 charge for more than 4 transcripts. After June 15th of the graduating year, transcripts will cost $2/transcript. Students must complete a Transcript Request Form. Requests will be processed as soon as possible, normally within 24-72 hours. The transcript will be sent out when the fee is received. It may be sent to Horizon Christian School 7702 Indian Lake Road, Indianapolis, IN 46236
21st Century Scholars
Indiana’s 21st Century Scholars program offers income-eligible Hoosier students up to four years of paid tuition at an eligible Indiana college or university after they graduate from high school, dependent upon financial need. In middle and high school, Scholars are connected to programs and resources to help them stay on track for college and career success. Once in college, Scholars receive support to complete their college degrees and connect to career opportunities. 7th and 8th grade Indiana students whose families meet income eligibility guidelines can apply to become a 21st Century Scholar. Applications must be received by June 30 of the student’s 8th grade year.