Announcements for 3/11/14

posted Mar 10, 2014, 11:48 AM by   [ updated Mar 12, 2014, 2:59 AM ]
REMINDER:  Inclement weather does not always warrant school closing, and it is up to the parents discretion whether or not to bring their student in.
However a phone call or email advising the school would be appreciated.

Returning students:  Registration for the 2014-15 school year is open. All information and forms can be found online on the MSJ website. Early registration fee is $125. After April 30 the fee is $175. Deadline to apply for Financial Aid is April 30.

March 19th 7:00 p.m. a FACTS representative will be at MSJ to go over FACTS tuition management program.  This event is open to new and returning families.

2014-2015 Enrollment Contract can be found on the MSJ website.

For Those Applying for Tuition Assistance: MSJ utilizes FACTS to determine need for financial aid. To be eligible for financial aid, please complete the FACTS Grant and Aid Section through the  This must be completed no later than April 30th to be eligible for assistance.

March 13th is the next scheduled shadow day, if you know of any family that may be considering MSJ in the fall, please share this info.  Contact Miss Tallon or   Mrs. Savage for more details.

SENIORS (and their parents!) TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE...CHECK THE WEBSITE DAILY ~ New scholarships posted today!...check the guidance section of the website daily!

Upcoming scholarship applications deadlines:
Rutland Area Guidance Counselors: March 14th
Rutland County Retired Teachers: March 15th

Green Mountain Girls State- JUNIOR GIRLS    Applications are due March 26, 2014. Access application and more information at  

Attention Parents, Juniors & Sophomores:   It is recommended you attend one of the upcoming free VSAC College planning events!
  • Sat., March 15, St. Michael's College 
  • Sat., March 29, Castleton State College
  • Mon., April 7, Lyndon State College (with the NEK College Fair)
At College Pathways '14, students and families will learn about:
  • College Your Way: There's more than one college that's the right fit. What to consider as you create your list.
  • Strategies for the SAT & ACT: Targeted tips to help you confidently prepare for standardized tests.
  • College Costs & Financial Aid: Tools to determine what college may cost your family and options for funding, grants, scholarships.
  • The Admission Essay: Hear what colleges look for and how to make your essay stand out.
  • Getting Organized: Anticipate what to do to stay on track.
  • Plus, info on playing intercollegiate sports, getting campus support for students with learning disabilities, and service academies & ROTC options.   
Students and parents can select workshops online at
Mar 10, 2014, 11:48 AM