Hathaway Scholarship Calculator 2016

Hathaway Scholarship Calculator

This calculator provides an estimate and information about different levels of the Hathaway Scholarship. Enter your information below to get started!

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To calculate your potential scholarship, first select the score upon which you want to base the calculation.

Next, choose whether to submit your ACT scores or indicate that you have a 12+ WorkKeys score.
Next, choose whether to calculate based on your GPA and ACT/WorkKeys score alone, or whether to calculate based on GPA, scores, and courses taken.
MATH
Have Taken
Plan to Take
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Algebra I
Algebra II
Geometry
Approved Additional Math Course 
LANGUAGE ARTS
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Plan to Take
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Freshman English
Sophomore English
Junior English
Senior English
SCIENCE
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Plan to Take
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Biology I
Biology II
Chemistry I
Chemistry II
Computer Science I
Physical Science
Physics I
Physics II
Geology I
Approved Additional Science Course 
SOCIAL STUDIES
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World History
American History
Geography
American Government
Economic Systems and Institutions
FOREIGN LANGUAGE 
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Plan to Take
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Foreign Language Year 1
Foreign Language Year 2
ADDITIONAL COURSE REQUIREMENTS
Have Taken
Plan to Take
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Two Additional Years of Foreign Language 
- OR -
Two Years of Career or Technical Education Courses
- OR -
Two Years of Fine or Performing Arts Courses
A grade point average is a number representing the average value of the accumulated final grades earned in courses over time. More commonly called a GPA, a student's grade point average is calculated by adding up all accumulated final grades and dividing that figure by the number of grades awarded.
General Educational Development (GED) tests are a group of four subject tests which, when passed, provide certification that the test taker has American high school-level academic skills.
The High School Equivalency Test (HISET) exam is the new alternative to the GED test, it can help you achieve the important state-issued high school equivalency credential.
The ACT (originally an abbreviation of American College Testing) college readiness assessment is a standardized test for high school achievement and college admissions in the United States produced by ACT, a nonprofit of the same name.
WorkKeys is a skills assessment system that helps employers select, hire, train, develop, and retain a quality workforce. The assessments measure foundational and soft skills. WorkKeys assessments measure skills that employers feel are essential to success in the workplace. Selecting this option indicates that you have scored 12+ on a WorkKeys assessment.
By selecting this option, you choose to go forward with your calculations without taking into account any courses you may have taken.
By selecting this option, you choose to go forward with your calculations taking into account any courses you may have taken as well as your scores, above. Please note that you must select an option for each course, then the calculate button will appear.
Please ask your H.S. Counselor or Curriculum Director for a list of Hathaway approved Additional Math courses.
Please ask your H.S. Counselor or Curriculum Director for a list of Hathaway approved Additional Science courses.
Both years must be the same foreign language. Shoshone, Arapahoe, and American Sign Language also fulfill this requirement.
May be sequenced or non-sequenced different language.