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Posted by The Charlotte Post on Monday, March 7, 2016

Top Senior

Top Senior Application Instructions

 

Top Senior Candidates must be:

  1. African American
  2. Have a GPA of 3.25 or better
 
  1. Counselors can have their Top Seniors "Complete The application online (https://adobeformscentral.com/?f=ViKX09ucVxY-H3BXgNw1xg)" by giving them this link and letting them fill out the form. The Charlotte Post will email Periodic reports to the counselors updating you on your students who have successfully completed the online applications.

 

In order to be complete the application, the following information must be included and turned in:

  1. Completed Application/Resume
  2. One page typewritten essay on "Why I should be a Charlotte Post Top Senior"
  3. Color headshot photograph (300 dpi)
  4. Official Transcript (provided by school counselor)

Note on photographs - Please no group shots, or casual shots i.e., students in cheerleading outfits or wearing a football uniform or sunglasses.

 
All application packages must be in the Charlotte Post office by 5 PM March 4, 2013.  

The Charlotte Post Contact Information:
Street Address
1531 Camden Road
Charlotte, NC 28203

Mailing Address
P. O. Box 30144
Charlotte, NC 28230

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