HIGH SCHOOL AT MSC
This page showcases options for high school students at MSC.
Here you can find information about class offerings, field trips, activities, and tips for working with high school students.
Students learn in different ways, and there are a variety of curriculum types to meet individual needs.
Textbook, online, on-site, classes at other MSBSD schools, and college courses are all available through Mat-Su Central. For specific options please visit the How We Learn page for more detailed information.
Each student receives an allotment to be used for all aspects of schooling (books, supplies, internet, computer, lessons, etc.). Juniors and Seniors may be eligible for an Honors Allotment if they meet the requirements.
Please visit the Navigating Mat-Su page for more information about Student Allotments and the Honors Program.
Sports and Extra Curricular Activities
Students can participate in sports at their boundary school, provided they meet ASAA regulations. The specific ASAA guidelines are listed under the Extra-Curricular Activity section of our Navigating Mat-Su Central page.
Credit earned at the high school level may require a meeting with your advisor to review coursework and grades.
- List of Current Scholarships
- UAA Guide for Scholarships
- MSC School Profile Information for Scholarship Application
Misc. High School Links
- Program of Studies
- Honors Allotment Check
- Going to College in Alaska
- Mat-Su College Requirements for secondary students
- See your advisor if you plan to enroll in college courses while in high school.
Unofficial transcripts can be requested through your advisory teacher. If you need an official transcript sent to a college, institution, or yourself, please contact the Mat-Su Central registrar, Jennifer Bogle, at 907-352-7453 or at email@example.com.
November 27th 1-3pm, Palmer Office (742 S. Alaska Street): FAFSA: The Free Application for Federal Student Aid for the 2019-20 academic year opened on October 1st! Students and parents who have questions regarding the FAFSA or financial aid can attend a FAFSA Workshop to get help with the FAFSA form.
Friday, December 7th 4:30 – 8pm at UAA: Application Day at UAA Campus: UAA will be hosting an application day on UAA campus. This event will be held in the Rasmuson Hall and is completely free. Students can come meet admissions counselors and get help with their application. Any students who apply at this event will have their application fee waived.
Showcase & Share UAA Campus Through New Virtual Tour: In late August, UAA unveiled an interactive, mobile-friendly virtual tour that allows you to more conveniently explore the UAA campus. To view the tour, go to uaa.alaska.edu/virtual-tour.
Scholarships Available! See this link (click submit once you’re reached the page) for scholarships. https://www.matsuk12.us/Page/25271 Review all of the scholarships listed for ones that may apply, even if the due date isn’t posted.
Post-Secondary Resources: Be sure to view Mat Su Central’s high school page often! Resources for all things after high school are listed on the left side.
Graduation & rehearsal will be held at the MENARD SPORTS CENTER located at 1001 S Clapp St in Wasilla.
Cap & Gown – Ordering will be available after February 1st.
Grades Due: Tuesday, May 1 (check in with your advisor regularly!)
Equipment/Books Due: Tuesday, May 1 (computers, cameras, textbooks, library books, musical instruments, etc)
Grad Blast: TBD (eligibility requirements: classes completed, equipment & library books turned in)
Scholarship Recognition: TBD
Graduation Rehearsal: TBD (MANDATORY)
Graduation Ceremony: TBD (graduates please arrive at noon!)
Scholarships: If you have earned a scholarship award other than the APS or UA Scholar and would like to be recognized at our scholarship recognition Tea, please click here to fill out a quick form and to RSVP to the Tea. For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.