Important Links

Here are the most common and most important links for websites parents and students may need to access regularly during the school year.

Final Forms –  is an online system that will allow you to register your student – athlete and complete most required forms electronically, saving you time and less paperwork.

 

Student Email – a link to sign in to our school Gmail account. Students are to use their school email address for any communications with teachers and it should be checked regularly throughout the day for any important communications.

 

PaySchools Central makes school payments quick and simple. By putting the power back in the hands of parents, PaySchools Central makes registration and payments easy. Parents never have to worry about their children running out of lunch money thanks to greater control over how and when to pay.

 

Complete your free or reduced lunch application onlineBenedictine High School

Introducing QuikApps!

Benedictine High School now offers QuikApps as a resource. QuikApps allows parents to quickly and easily fill out free and reduced meal applications online in a secure, step-by-step portal. Below are links to the general overview, instructions and the free and reduced lunch application.  You must create an account and complete the lunch application.

  1. General Overview 
  2. Parent Instructions
  3. Free and Reduced Lunch Applications

 

Plus Portals – for all assignment and grade posting by teachers. This site should be checked regularly by all students and parents to ensure the student’s work is being completed and that his grades are satisfactory. Should a student be absent for any reason, he is responsible for any work posted on Portals during his absence. He may be held accountable for any work posted while he is out, so students should check this daily, especially if out of the building.

 

NavianceNaviance is a college and career readiness solution that helps our students align their strengths and interests to post secondary goals, improving student outcomes and connecting learning to life.

 


turnitin_logoTurn It In – a site for submitting written papers for any class. Teachers will run essays, labs, and other written assignments through the Turn It In database to determine the level of originality of student work. In order to combat plagiarism, teachers will utilize this program often and students should be sure they do not forget their log-in information.