HS Resources

Concurrent Enrollment Information

Concurrent Enrollment Permission FormAll Juniors & Seniors interested in Concurrent Enrollment, please see the attachment!  Concurrent enrollment is a great way to get a jump-start on your college career.  There are a few items of interest; so be sure and check them out and make the best decision for you!  For more information, call Mrs. Baker 918-784-2133.

UPDATE for Summer 2019 and beyond:  According to Section 1111(b)(2)(H) of ESSA, Bluejacket community stakeholders and families are asked to give their input in regards to our school's choosing the ACT as our high school's state testing choice. Please send Mrs. Baker an email: sbaker@bluejacket.k12.ok.us if you would prefer our high school to use the SAT as our school's testing choice. Please note we are adding a College and Career Readiness course for seniors this 2019-2020 school year. Students will be working on ACT preparation and general college and career readiness materials as they go through their senior year. For more information on the ACT, state testing, curriculum or any other matter pertaining to high school students, feel free to contact Mrs. Baker by email or at the high school office: 918-784-2133.

https://sites.google.com/a/bluejacket.k12.ok.us/bluejacket-public-school/bluejacket-middle-high-school/hs-resources/act%20clip%20art.JPG is a very important test in which high school students take to check their college entrance readiness.  Bluejacket Public School offers a Fall test for juniors and seniors at the regular ACT rate.  Free vouchers are available to on-site tests - NEO A&M - for students that qualify.  The Oklahoma SDE has now mandated that all juniors take either the SAT or the ACT at their high school site.  Our district, as stated above, opted to participate on the ACT.  ALL Juniors must take this test during the April testing window.  Junior parents/guardians must also give permission for students to fill out demographic information.  Per ACT & OKSDE:  Use of Non-Test Information:  Before test day, your child will be asked to provide basic identifying information and information about their college and career interests.  Forms will go out with students in March.  It is also included in this link.  In addition to the Bluejacket School testing opportunities, below are dates and handy links that students can use to access the ACT site and also useful test prep sites.  
For more information, contact Mrs. Baker in the HS office 918-784-2133.
The ACT @ BPS:
 $37 is the updated fee for the ACT @ BPS, effective 2020-2021 school year.
We are offering the ACT at Bluejacket High for 10th-12th graders on October 6, 2020 @ 12pm in the SafeRoom.  

Chieftain Students:  Please don't miss out on this opportunity to take this very important test in the comfort of your own school and during the school day!  Let Mrs. Baker know if you are interested in taking this test.  *Check with Ms. Diana to see if JOM will pay part of your fee. 

All Oklahoma Juniors are required to take either the ACT or SAT as part of their graduation requirements.  All Bluejacket Juniors will take the online ACT on:  April 5-9 and no fee will be required.

The schedule below indicates national ACT test dates.  The fee for these tests are $52 and enrollment is made online @ www.act.org.  We have some free vouchers for students that may qualify.  See Mrs. Baker for the voucher verification!
ACT test prep sites:
https://use.shmoop.com/login.htmlSchmoop is a new online program that as of of March 2020 Bluejacket High School has obtained our own subscription.  Students may log in using their google emails and access many ACT practice tests and materials in order to better prepare for the test.

PrepFactory is a free, interactive test prep site for teachers and students. The site breaks the test into bite-sized concepts
and provides strategy tips, practice sets, and a personalized study path so you can master the test.

College Scorecard

For Parents & Students: College Scorecard

As the school year begins, many high school students and parents are thinking about their next educational steps. With so many post-secondary options to consider, it’s important that all prospective students have the information they need to make the best decision possible. These decisions — to pursue a higher education, with which type of degree and at which institution — all have a lasting impact on students and their futures. 

That’s why the U.S. Department of Education recently released its first annual update of the redesigned College Scorecard — available at CollegeScorecard.ed.gov — to ensure that students and families have the most up-to-date, comprehensive and reliable information available on colleges, all in an easy-to-understand format. 

The site allows visitors to sort and filter their search results to easily compare schools and decide which college makes the most sense when considering the typical costs, average student loan amount, students’ ability to repay their loans and their future earnings. We invite your participation to help ensure that the information on CollegeScorecard.ed.gov gets into the hands of more students and families so they can make informed college choices. Thank you for sharing this with your broader networks!



This is a great site for anyone wanting to research and get more information on continuing education!  Click on College Video Tours drop down.



The Kids.gov link is a great source for students of ALL ages to check out careers and pathways for consideration after high school!