Counseling

Student in class
Counselor/Advisor

Manual High School College Readiness Team

Britni Mushrush
Britni_Mushrush@dpsk12.org
720-423-6752

Britni Mushrush

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Class of 2021

Class of 2022

Class of 2023

Class of 2024

Manual’s Future Center, sponsored by the Denver Scholarship Foundation:

Diana Madriz
dmadriz@denverscholarship.org
720-423-6460

Diana Madriz
Mission

Our Mission

We support all students in accessing and securing post-secondary opportunities that help them achieve their dreams.

We expose our students to a variety of post-secondary options, including competitive four year colleges, that expand their ideas about what is possible. We remain a strong support for them as they transition from being Manual Thunderbolts to their next adventure in college or careers.

We don’t settle for lesser opportunities for our students.

Our Values

  • Growth
  • Equity
  • Excellence
  • Integrity
  • Partnership
  • Honesty
College Readiness

Manual High School College Readiness Team

Our Goals

  • 85% ICAP completion through strategic integration of Maia and Google platforms
  • $700,000 in scholarship dollars for the graduating class of 2017.
  • 90% FAFSA completion for all eligible seniors by graduation.
  • 20% gain in four-year college acceptance rate from 2015-2016 – overall goal of 85%.
  • 25% gain in college/post-secondary enrollment over the summer from 2015-2016 enrollment rate.
  • Increased exposure for grades 9-11 for college campuses and DSF Advisor – 85% of all students 9-11 will complete ICAP goals for the year.
  • Increased student understanding of the language of college (2 vs. 4 year, in state vs. out of state, financial aid, etc.) through our P4S lessons.
  • Establish a successful, academically driven College Readiness Center that is accessible for students of all grade levels. We will measure student traffic and usage through sign-in sheets.

Graduation Requirements

At Manual High School, students get a well-rounded education and are taught to the highest academic standards.

Senior Graduation Requirements

English

Spanish

  • 3 College Applications
  • 3 Scholarship Applicatrions
    • At least 1 must contain original work (ex. essay, poem, drawing, video etc.)
  • Community Service hours START EARLY!
    • Must be signed off by supervisor
  • FAFSA (if eligible)

Students Must Complete in September

  • NACAC fee Waiver
    • Allows students to apply to colleges without paying application fee
  • Golden Ticket (Electronically)
    • Pre-Application form that holds all information students need to apply to college in one form.  
    • SAT/ACT Retake Registration
  • EVERY STUDENT MUST TEST TO ENROLL IN COLLEGE!

Senior Timeline & Checklist
Scholarships

View information on scholarships.

Naviance

Visit the Naviance website.

SAT Registration
ACT Registration