Seniors will be able to register for the SAT this fall 2016. Mr. Peña, Guidance Counselor will be helping students register. Once we are in receipt of the college board fee waivers, we can begin registering seniors (for fall 2016 exams) and juniors for the SAT (for spring 2017 exams).
College Board: Choosing a college, college applications on-line, SAT information and practice questions, AP information, campus visits, etc.
CollegeNET: Search 2 yr. & 4 yr. schools with links to many school's home pages and online applications. Scholarship search and links to other education and financial aid resources.
College View: College search using 10 different criteria such as major, state, student body size and college athletics, or type in the school name directly. Profiles of over 3,500 colleges with e-mail connections to admission offices and links to college home pages.
Go Train: Guide to vocational training schools.
Mapping Your Future: Provides information on career planning process, selecting a post-secondary school and applying for financial aid. Includes a list of online college application programs.
Peterson's Education and Career Center: Access K-12 schools, colleges & universities, study abroad, careers and jobs, summer programs, financing education, testing & assessment, vocational, technical, etc.
Princeton Review: Search for colleges, business schools, law schools, and medical schools and links to school's home pages. Variety of information on admissions, testing, and financial aid.
College Prep 101: Contains yearly checklists, financial aid information for parents, college life information.
HOW TO PAY FOR COLLEGE?
Information on the variety of government loans, private loans, and ways to save money for college can be found at Financial Aid Finder. Click here.
OTHER RESOURCES ARE BELOW:
Casey Family Program: Effective Financial Aid: This guide provides information for anyone who helps youth from foster care and unaccompanied homeless youth to secure financial aid for post-secondary education or training programs.
Student Aid on the Web: Includes planning for your education, applying to school, receiving financial aid, and repaying your loan, with links to related sites.
Princeton Review: Search for colleges, business schools, law schools, and medical schools and then link to schools home pages. Provides a variety of information on admissions, testing, and financial aid.
US Dept. of Education: On-line FAFSA, Title IV codes, and Student Guide to Financial Aid.
College Board: Lists tuition and fees for undergraduate colleges, information on financial aid.
College View: information on estimating expenses, estimating family contribution, loans, applying for aid, myths and tips, scholarship information.
FinAid/The Financial Information Page: Excellent site. Free, comprehensive information. The Smart Student's Guide to Financial Aid!
College Connection: Lists scholarships. Free scholarship search.
Financial Aid Finder: Lists many scholarships in categories. Scholarship categories are listed in the left hand column once you open the page.
CollegeNET: Search 2 yr. and 4 yr. schools with links to many school's home pages. You can apply online for some schools. Also features scholarship search and links to additional education and financial aid resources.
FastWEB: Database of more than 180,00 private sector scholarships, fellowships, grants, and loans. You can conduct a FREE search by setting up a FastWEB mailbox with a personalized profile of your specific skills and abilities.
Scholarships4School: an overview of the scholarship process from beginning to end, starting with how to choose a college and finishing with how to keep the scholarship you earn.
More Scholarship Resources: links to over 70 scholarship websites.
Please stop by the guidance office if you would like a copy of the college planning checklist.