COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID

   Information about financial aid for college is available in the guidance office. An evening financial aid seminar for students and parents is offered each fall. Students are advised to begin searching for sources of aid in the spring of their junior year. ALL students planning to attend a college, university, or trade school should complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after January 1 of their senior year.

 

FINANCIAL AID WEBSITES

WARNING

   You should not need to pay for scholarship services from organizations. 
Some are legitimate and some are scams. Generally, any help you pay 
for can be obtained for free from your school or the U.S. Department of Education.
 

   Stop in the guidance office for applications and/or information about private and local scholarship and award opportunities. As other opportunities become available, they will be posted on the website.

CAREER PLANNING

 

  • Career Planning

CLASS REGISTRATION

 

  • Freshman

  • Sophomore

  • Junior

  • Senior

COLLEGE 

 

  • College Finanacial Aid

  • Scholarships

STUDENT HANDBOOK

 

  • Student Handbook

TESTING

 

  • Testing

TRANSCRIPTS

 

  • Transcripts

CAREER PLANNING

 

CLASS REGISTRATION

 

STUDENT HANDBOOK

 

TESTING

 

TRANSCRIPTS

 

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