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General Information

Memorial Seniors and Senior Families,

Seniors, we have great news! Graduation will take place on Friday, May 28th at 5:30pm at the Lafortune Stadium located on the northside of Memorial’s student parking lot. We will have COVID-19 safety protocols in place and look forward to sharing more details with our families soon.

If you have not already ordered your cap and gown, use this link to do so:  

If you need to borrow a cap and gown, email Mrs. Metrailer at



On Thursday, Jan. 14 from 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m., we will have a Senior Study Lunch Session in Memorial's library. This is a time to get caught up on assignments for your classes in a quiet environment in the library.  

Lunch is provided for the first 25 of Memorial's seniors who complete this Google form to register for the event:

When you arrive enter on the East side (main entrance) of the school.  Be sure to wear a mask, bring your Chromebook and charger, and social distance yourself from others.  E-mail Mrs. Baker if you have any questions:

If you need to borrow a cap/gown for graduation please contact your counselor:

Important video message from Mrs. Baker: 


  • Sign up here to take the ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) Test on March 8th @ 9:00 in the library.
    • 8:30 a.m. Check in/breakfast snacks
    • 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Test
    • 12:00 p.m. Lunch is provided for those who take the ASVAB
  • You will enter on the East side of the school at the front entrance. Please wear a mask and practice social distancing.  Masks will be provided for you if you do not have one.
  • Let Mrs. Baker know if you have any questions:


  • Tulsa Achieves
    • Pays your tuition and fees to go to Tulsa Community College if you have a 2.0 GPA or higher
  • Accelerating Independence
    • Tulsa Tech has a scholarship called Accelerating Independence which pays your tuition as an adult; this is available until the age of 24.
  • My Dream Scholarship
    • Tulsa Community College Scholarship for DACA students.

Remind Messages

Sign up on Remind to get text message reminders about important class events. Text 81010 with the message: @gb98gd3

Class of 2021 Course

Enroll in the Class of 2021 Canvas course for information about senior year, Jostens, post-high school opportunities, FAFSA, ACT, SAT, ASVAB, and other important information. Use this link to enroll on Canvas.

  • Zoom link for weekly Senior meetings is posted on Canvas under “Announcements”
  • Read the announcements in Canvas for important information and upcoming events
  • Read the Modules titled “Post High School Opportunities” for videos and information from military recruiters, college recruiters, and Tech school recruiters. Since we cannot have an in person college fair this is how you will get information for your future.



Financial Aid


The 2021-22 FAFSA is here! The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is to receive scholarships, grants, and other financial aid in college.  

Here are a few tips for you:

This year students can access the FAFSA by visiting or by using the myStudentAid mobile app. The FAFSA should be completed as soon as possible after Oct. 1 to ensure priority consideration for some types of financial aid. It’s best to gather all necessary materials before starting the FAFSA. Since the 2021-22 FAFSA allows applicants to use 2019 tax information, families can use their 2019 return to complete the application right away! There's no need to wait.

To complete and submit the FAFSA online, students and one of their parents will each need to create an FSA ID (Federal Student Aid ID) at This username/password serves as an electronic signature on the FAFSA and certain student loan applications, and allows them to access other federal student aid websites. It’s beneficial for families to create their FSA IDs before starting the FAFSA to speed up the application process. Visit to download an FSA ID Worksheet (in English and Spanish) to keep track of your information.

Upcoming FAFSA events:

Go to or click the corresponding links below:

FAFSA LIVE STREAM – October 6TH 8:30-9:30 AM.  Students will participate in an interactive livestream about financial aid. During the livestream, students will hear from a panel of professionals talking to All things Financial Aid. We will use the questions submitted by students last week to guide the conversation. We will also use Menti to poll students live. For schools with advisory times outside of 8:30-9:00 your students will watch a recorded version of the panel using the same link!

If you have questions about FAFSA or college application info please contact your counselor:

Cap and Gown

Order graduation cap/gown/announcements from Jostens.

Jostens Tulsa Office
1640 S Boston Ave, Tulsa, OK 74119 
(918) 664-2544

College and Career Exploration

  • Inclusion and Diversity Career Fair

  • OSU Institute of Technology
    • OSU Institute of Technology is hosting our annual Career Encounters event on Tuesday, October 13th and this year the event will be going virtual.  
    • They will offer program tours, demonstrations, information sessions, live Q&As, presentations, campus tours, and more! 
    • Pre-Registration is required for this event.  
    • This is a free event that they can view at their leisure on the event day.  
    • Registration can be found at
    • Contact: Scott Wood, 918-293-4995,


  • University of Tulsa
    • TU is hosting a virtual TU Up Close event for high school juniors and seniors and you are invited to attend, as well. Virtual sessions will be set up throughout the day and all will be recorded so you can pop in and out of events as you wish. There will be discussions on academic programs, interdisciplinary opportunities, financial aid, diversity and inclusion and much more. Register here. We hope you are able to join us!
    • As a reminder, students who start their application by November 1 are eligible for a $50 application fee waiver. We hope you will encourage your students to take advantage of the offer.
    • We are hosting visitors on campus! Students will hear a brief admission presentation, take a campus tour and meet one-on-one with a faculty member (per availability). Students can register for a daily visit at
    • We also have many virtual opportunities for students including Q&A sessions with current students, Admission 101 webinars, a virtual Admission Presentation that includes a Q&A with a University Ambassador. There are also academic webinars by major and financial aid panels planned for October. All of our virtual events can be found at Registration is required. 
    • The TU Presidential Scholarship (full tuition for 8 semesters) deadline is January 15. Presidential Scholarship applicants must visit campus in person or virtually by January 20. For more information on this prestigious scholarship, click here. There are several optional application materials a student can submit, as well as current Presidential Scholar bios on this web page. 
    • The Special Programs Application is open to students who have completed their TU application and submitted their test scores and transcripts. Students can apply for the following programs with this one-stop-shop application. Learn more here. The deadline to apply to one or more of these interdisciplinary programs is January 15.
  • Contact: Max Thorpe, 918-417-1605 (text),
  • Video about TU:
  • Application for TU:
  • Register for a Campus tour:




  • Oklahoma State University


  • University of Arkansas Fort Smith



  • HBCU-HSI Fair

  • Boston Colleges and Universities
    • We invite your interested students and families to join us on Tuesday, November 17, 2020 at 8:00 PM EST (7:00 PM CT) to learn more about Colleges of the Fenway. Through a short presentation and Q & A opportunities with our five Admissions Counselors, you’ll learn all the ways our Boston institutions are unique, the student programs and academic opportunities available through the consortium, and why we consider ourselves one community! 

      Students and families can register HERE to attend either of our remaining two sessions, including the one offered on Tuesday, November 17. Students and families are welcome to join any session, not just the session offered in your geographic area. Registration is required. 

      For more information, visit: 

  • Oklahoma City University Tour


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