A meeting will be held in the auditorium on March 1st during SSR for current Juniors interested in Block Classes or Internships for the 2018/19 school year. Sign up in the guidance office by the end of the day on February 27th.

Application for the 2018 Boys State Program for any interested Juniors are in the guidance office or with your history teachers. The program is based on Michigan government at the city, county and state levels. It emphasizes the impact of government in today's world. Participation in this program is highly regarded on college and job applications. There is also the opportunity to earn college credit and other scholarships.


NMU is hosting a hands-on career exploration day for any females interested in the construction field. This free event is Friday, April 13 at the Jacobetti Complex. Visit the to register and for more information


NMU is hosting an Environmental Science Camp and a Forensic Investigation Summer Program where high school students can explore these topics and gain hands on experiences in these fields. 

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Michigan Tech is hosting week-long summer youth programs for students interested in the world of science, technology, engineering and math. Experience college life, explore campus, enjoy competitions, creative games and tons of outdoor activities. 

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To Seniors attending NMU next year:  The IT/Telecom Department at NMU has job openings for any dependable, motivated students looking for work.  They are willing to work around class schedules and no prior skills are needed.  For more information, stop in at the Guidance Office.

*A reminder to seniors: After applying to college and universities, you must request your transcript through  
DO NOT send a transcript to yourself. 
This service is only for sending to colleges. 
Any other reason for a transcript (scholarships, job applications etc...) should be done in person through the Guidance Office. 

There will be a series of steps to activate your account:
1. Log in as a learner with your school email and password.
2. Click the + sign to add Negaunee High School to your account.
3. Answer a series of questions regarding your birthday, gender and dates attending Negaunee High School. 
4. Read the FERPA agreement and click "waive" or "do not waive" my rights to view the submitted documents. 
5. Click the box to "authorize storage" of your transcript on Parchment.
6. Click the blue "consent and request" button. 

Once you have finished setting up your account, from here on, you will be able to order your transcripts to be sent to colleges.


*Colleges require your final transcript to complete your enrollment. It is your responsibility to order your transcript through We DO NOT automatically send.

 *Order your transcript now! After requesting your transcript, it will be put on hold until final grades are complete. Transcripts will be available after June 20th.

 *Prior to June 20th, in parchment, you will need to update your email to your personal email account, as your school email will be deleted.

 * Transfer your Google Docs! Visit the help link on the Guidance Office website:

 *After July 31st, parchment will charge $3.25 per transcript order.

If you need your official SAT score, or call customer service: 1-866-756-7346