To be an SEA Graduate, a student must complete all the requirements shown below. Together, these requirements accomplish the goal of our program, which is to prepare students for college and careers in science, engineering, and technology. This information can also be found in our SEA Senior Handbook.
Recognition for SEA Graduates includes a framed certificate, a special notation on the graduate's transcript, an SEA seal placed on the graduate's Diploma, an SEA Medallion the graduate will wear at graduation, and special recognition at graduation.
The table below shows all of the SEA Graduate requirements. To verify that the student has completed each requirement, he/she must provide the evidence shown below. Most evidence is provided by the forms that are linked on the buttons below. All evidence must be placed in the student's graduate binder in the SEA Office by the end of April. Note: SEA Graduates must be students of good character - students who have been disciplined for Academic Dishonesty or Forged Documents are ineligible to be SEA Graduates.
|Requirement||Binder Evidence||Forms & Instructions|
|Complete an SEA Four Year Plan||Up-to-date SEA Four Year Plan||Four Year Plan Form|
|Write a Resume' that is up-to-date and lists your job shadowing and community service activities||Up-to-date, neat, clean, complete Resume'|
|Do a College Survey||Completed College Survey||College Survey Form|
|Do a Career Interest Survey||Completed Career Interest Survey||Career Survey Form|
|Do 80 hours of Community Service||Completed Community Service forms||Community Service Form|
|Do a Mock Interview||Mock Interview Evaluation form (completed by interviewer)|
|Do Job Shadowing||Completed Job Shadowing form||Job Shadowing Form|
|Take the ASVAB||ASVAB Score Report|
|Do a Senior Service Project||Satisfactory completion of the project||Senior Project Guide|
|SEA GRADUATE WITH HONORS|
|Do all SEA Graduate requirements||See above|
|Have a Cumulative GPA of 3.50 or better||Current Transcript|
|Get Recommendations from four teachers||Four letters of recommendation from teachers, written specifically for SEA Honors - no generic letters|