ADM Counseling Center Mission Statement
The ADM School Counseling Program, in partnership with our communities, is committed to developing a comprehensive, measurable, developmental program that addresses the academic, career and personal/social development of all students in a challenging and supportive learning environment.
2018-2019 Course Catalog
College/Military Visits @ ADM
– College visits take place during Power Hour and are scheduled via FlexiSched
- Feb 18 – Simpson College
- Mar 4 – Hawkeye Community College
- Mar 4 – University of South Dakota
- Mar 6 – Iowa State University (Junior visits only)
- Mar 8 – Iowa State University (committed Seniors only; please see Mrs. Mann in Counseling Office)
– Military visits take place in the Commons during lunch periods and require no appointment
- Jan 28 – U. S. Marines
Upcoming Important Dates!
- Oct 1 2018 to Jun 30 2019 – FAFSA application period open
- Oct 10 2018 – ASVAB Test @ ADM
- Oct 10 2018 – PSAT/NMSQT Test @ ADM (scores should be available the week of Dec 3)
- Oct 18 2018 – College Fair @ ADM (5:30-7:30 pm)
- Mar 14 2019 – Financial Aid Night/ICAN Presentation @ ADM (5:30 & 6:30 pm)
- Apr 13 2019 – ACT @ ADM
Symbaloo Favorite Links
Check out some of our most frequently used sites for financial aid and college searches on Symbaloo!
The ACT is administered at ADM HS annually on the April national test date. (ADM’s College Board High School Code #: 160-010. This must be used to complete ACT registration if you want your scores to be reported to ADM HS). Many other schools within the central Iowa area host for the other test dates noted below. For testing locations and registration information, go to www.actstudent.org – register early, as spots are held on a first-come, first-served basis.
STUDENT-ATHLETES PLEASE NOTE: if you are planning to register with NCAA Clearinghouse, designate it on your ACT registration by using the Eligibility Center code of 9999 to ensure the score is reported to the Eligibility Center. (There is a separate charge to send them later if you did not direct ACT to forward scores to NCAA. The NCAA will not accept scores shared from ADM HS, they must be reported directly from ACT.) NAIA Eligibility Center code is 9876. Stay informed! – NCAA Eligibility Requirements are available at: http://www.ncaa.org/student-athletes/future/eligibility-center. NAIA Eligibility Requirements are available at: http://www.playnaia.org/eligibility-center.
|Test Date||Deadline||Late Deadline||Score Release*|
|Sep 8 2018||Aug 3 2018||Aug 17 2018||Sep 18; Oct 2 2018|
|Oct 27 2018||Sep 21 2018||Oct 5 2018||Nov 6; Nov 20 2018|
|Dec 8 2018||Nov 2 2018||Nov 16 2018||Dec 18 2018; Jan 1 2019|
|Feb 9 2019||Jan 4 2019||Jan 18 2019||Feb 19; Mar 5 2019|
|Apr 13 2019||Mar 8 2019||Mar 2 2019||Apr 23; May 7 2019|
|Jun 8 2019||May 3 2019||May 17 2019||Jun 18; Jul 2 2019|
|Jul 13 2019||Jun 14 2019||Jun 21 2019||Jul 23; Aug 6 2019|
* = Refers to online score release. The first date is when multiple choice scores come out, and the second one is when complete scores are available. (Source: prepscholar.com)
FAFSA for Fall 2019 may be completed after October 1, 2018. Iowa College Access Network (ICAN) offers FAFSA completion assistance at multiple events and locations across the state from October 2018 through March 2019. To find an event/location that is near you, please click here.
Additionally, The Iowa College Access Network (ICAN) has nine Student Success Centers that will offer FAFSA completion assistance as part of FAFSA Ready Iowa. Each center has appointments available and can be scheduled at www.icansucceed.org/apt.
Paying for College
Check out Student Loan Report’s helpful guide to financial aid, scholarships, savings, and student loans!
Also, the Your Teen magazine is full of constructive information for parents of college-bound students: admissions, financial aid, campus life, etc.
ICAN Activities Resumé
For students interested in tracking their high school activities history in one, easily accessible location for scholarship and college admission applications, download this handy template!
Driver’s Education at ADMHS
Driver’s Education classes are not offered as a part of the curriculum at the Adel DeSoto Minburn School District. However, the district does contract with a private company, Street Smarts, that provides this instruction at our high school location for the convenience of our students and parents. Terms of enrollment, conditions of training, and all correspondence shall be administered by Street Smarts. Please visit the Street Smarts website or call 515-279-1112 for more information.
PLEASE NOTE: If you qualify for free or reduced lunches, and you have signed the waiver at school registration, you may be eligible for a free or reduced-price driver’s education class. Please register online by choosing the check/cash/money order option and then call the Street Smarts office at 515-279-1112 to let them know of your status.
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Mental Health Helpful Links
Ms. Jennifer Rebel
Professional School Counselor (M-Z)
Mr. Kelly Delagardelle
Professional School Counselor (A-L)
Jill Harsh (Mon-Fri, 8 am – 11:30 am only)