This page contains information on ACT test information, preparation, and dual enrollment information. If there is other information you need, please stop by the Counselor’s Office.
Below are links to ACT resources you may find useful
Do you need help registering for the ACT, locating your ACT ID number, or getting a fee waiver form? Come by the counselor's office and see Mrs. Elam!
Important Tip - if you receive free or reduced lunch you qualify for two free ACT waivers during your 11th - 12th grade years. Mrs. Elam simply has to verify eligibility in order for you to receive one!
If you did not submit lunch form information this year because you or your child does not stay for lunch please do so to be eligible for these resources! Click here for lunch application
Dual Enrollment Information
Dual enrollment classes are courses that allow students to earn both high school and college credit for.
RHS students can now choose between Northeast Community College or Blue Mountain College.
- If a student plans to attend Northeast after graduation, this is the best option for them!
- Upon completion at Northeast they will cancel the complete deferred amount, leaving the student with no costs.
- Students complete a deferment form along with their application
- If a student plants to attend a different college, Blue Mountain College may be the less expensive option!
- The total cost at Blue Mountain would depend on how many students sign up for the class. The price decreases as the class size increases.
- Classes must have at least six students
- If less than six request the course it won't be available at BMC.
- ACT Subscores are required for some classes
- English Comp 1 & 2 require an English subscore of 17 or higher
- College Algebra requires a math subscore of 19 or higher
- General Biology and Chemistry require a science subscore of 19 or higher
- Elective classes such as Art Appreciation, Music Appreciation, or Psychology have no subscore requirements - student simply have to have taken the act before.
- South Tippah School District issues a scholarship up to $150 per student taking a dual enrollment course. This allows them to have less expenses on their first course.
- RHS requires that students turn in their applications along with a $30 fee that goes directly to the college they choose for dual enrollment.
Are you interested in dual enrollment courses? Call or stop by Mrs. Elam's office to discuss the option that would best suit your needs today!