Class of 2019

Here are some Illinois resident only scholarship opportunities.  The scholarships range from $1000 - $10,000 with due dates in both November and December. Click Here!

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The Grundy Economic Development Council (GEDC) and Grundy Area Vocational Center (GAVC) are again offering their summer internship program to juniors and seniors currently attending high schools located in Grundy County. This year, approximately 40 internships in a wide variety of areas are being offered by 17 local companies.  Please visit the GAVC website ( or click here for more information and to apply. The deadline to apply is by 3:00PM - WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2019!

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You can now sign up for senior portrait sessions this summer with Visual Image Studios (VIP). Sessions will take place in the Central Campus Performing Arts Center. To register for a session, please proceed as follows:

1.    Visit
2.    Search for "Minooka Community High School" at the top of the screen.
3.    Click the "Senior Photography" tile.
4.    Follow instructions to register your senior.

For more information, please refer to the two documents or call the Student Activities Office at 815-521-4108 with questions.

VIP Senior Portrait Information | VIP Senior Portrait Brochure

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This is a reminder that all students entering 12th grade must show proof of having the meningitis (MCV4) vaccine in order to attend school. All 12th graders must have received 2 doses of the meningitis vaccine, OR if the first dose was given on or after the 16th birthday, then only 1 dose is required. Proof of the vaccine must be turned in before the first day of school in August, or your student will be excluded from school until such time that it is received. Additionally, proof of your child receiving the vaccine must be on file with MCHS in order for him/her to receive his/her class schedule when class schedules are released in late summer.

If your student has, in fact, received the required dose(s) already, please submit proof of the vaccine(s) to the nurse at Central Campus. You can either have your student drop off a copy to the nurse's office or have your healthcare provider fax proof of the vaccine(s) to 815-467-2431. Any questions regarding your student's vaccine status should be sent via email only to Peggy Babic, RN at If you are unable to email, please have your student stop in to talk to Mrs. Babic during school hours.

If your student has not yet received the required dose(s) of this vaccine, please make arrangements to have it done in a timely manner. You can get the vaccine from your healthcare provider, or any local pharmacy or healthcare clinic, depending on your insurance coverage. 

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Registration Information

Class of 2019 Registration Packet for the 2018-2019 School Year
Click here to download the packet.

The Central Campus guidance counselors wanted to notify parents that they spoke to juniors during the week of January 8th about the senior year course registration process for the 2018-2019 school year. Counselors will begin to collect that registration information from juniors on Friday, January 19th. By that time, juniors are expected to have their schedule requests entered into Class Choice and have their senior year registration forms completed. Parents are asked to note that they will once again be required to provide proof of district residency in order for their students to enter their requests into Class Choice. Please contact your student's counselor if you have any questions.

2019-2020 Prerequisite/Recommendation Waiver - If you did NOT meet the criteria for a specific Honors course and wish to enroll, you may complete the Prerequisite/Recommendation Waiver. To download the form, please click here.

Video - MCHS Senior Electives for 2018-2019
Click here to view the video.

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Contact the admissions office by phone or online in advance for visit date and time. On days such as Columbus Day, most colleges will have large numbers of high school students coming down for “Preview Days.” If you know your intended college major, contact that department and set up a time to meet with them, as well. The more visits you take, the better decision you will make!

Colleges will look at your semester grades through junior year for admission purposes, so this is an important year to do your best.

SAT will be given at MCHS on April 10, 2018. You will complete all registration here at school. It’s a great idea to also take the ACT. You will have to register for this on your own at The ACT is given 6 different times throughout the school year and our students typically take it at JJC.

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Helpful Websites & Resources

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Past Events

OCTOBER 4, 2017 - Conquering College Costs
On Wednesday, October 4, at 7 p.m. in the Central Campus cafetorium, the Student Services Office will sponsor “Conquering College Costs” for the parents of all high school students. Frank Palmasani, author of “Right College, Right Price” and creator of the Financial Fit online program will deliver a seminar that highlights every possible way to get a college sticker price reduced. His newly developed seminar will combine the latest information about scholarships, financial aid, student loans, and the college search process when financial issues are a factor. All parents are encouraged to attend! For more information, please contact your child's counselor.

STARTING SOON - ACT/SAT Test Prep at Joliet Junior College
Click here to view a course flyer.

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OCTOBER 11, 2017 - PSAT/NMSQT Test

Minooka Community High School will offer the PSAT/NMSQT on October 11th. This test is the same as the PSAT 10, which will be administered to all sophomore students in April. Any interested 11th-grade students can take the PSAT/NMSQT in October in order to practice for the SAT and qualify for potential entry into the National Merit Scholarship Program. For more information on how to register for this test, please download the NMSQT Registration Information letter. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dr. Janel Grzetich at

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OCTOBER 14, 2017 - JJC Dual Credit Family Orientation
Joliet Junior College will host a Dual Credit Family Orientation on Saturday, October 14th from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in the JJC Theatre. The event will focus on student resources available to ensure academic success in the dual credit program. In addition to touching on policy and procedures related to dual credit, they will address JJC Library resources students can access from home, study abroad and scholarship opportunities available to dual credit students, major and career planning, and free online tutoring students can access from home.

If your child is interested in taking JJC dual credit courses at MCHS, please consider attending this event. RSVPs are due by October 10 to Jennifer Majchrzak at 815-280-6926.

JJC Dual Credit Family Orientation

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OCTOBER 18, 2017 - JJC College Fair
Check out the JJC College Fair on Wednesday, October 18th from 6-8 p.m. at the JJC Main Campus. Call 815-280-2493 for information.

Joliet Junior College - College Fair flyer

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ZAPS SAT TEST-PREP SEMINAR - Saturday, March 3, 2018
Thursday, March 1st is the registration deadline for the ZAPS SAT Test-Prep Seminar at MCHS on Saturday, March 3rd. The cost of the seminar is $89.99. Please view the attached informational flyer for more information. To register, please visit or call 877-927-8378. If you have any questions, please contact your child's counselor.

JJC Workforce Services is hosting a Resume Writing Workshop and an Interview Skills Workshop for area junior and senior students. These workshops are designed to sharpen your skills to prepare you for the GEDC Summer Internship Program or any career prospects. The Resume Writing Workshop is scheduled for Wednesday, February 7th, and the Interview Skills Workshop is scheduled for March 7th. Visit to register.

JJC Workforce Servies

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There will be a Dress for Success on February 21st in the Career Center after school at 3:30 p.m.! A JJC advisor and Men's Warehouse representative will be here to touch on the following information:

  • How to prepare for an interview
  • Do's and Don't
  • How to dress for an interview
  • Resume Writing
  • And more!

Your future is right around the corner! Get the skills you need to prepare now! Stop in the Central Campus Career Center to sign up!

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College Selection Night on March 21st
MCHS invites all sophomore and junior families to attend the annual College Selection Night on Wednesday, March 21st from 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. in the Central Campus Performing Arts Center. Attendees will hear stories from current MCHS seniors on how they arrived at their college choice. Choosing a college is one of the most important choices students make during high school, so let MCHS provide you with valuable information to help you make an informed decision. If you have any questions, please contact your child’s MCHS counselor.

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