Students walking in a hallway

Are you staying informed of how to make your last year of high school a smooth transition as you prepare to enter the world of college?

Make sure you stay organized. Senior year is expensive, so knowing how to plan and when to expect deposits to be due helps a lot. Here’s a link to the senior dates. Also, make sure a parent attends the upcoming Financial Aid Workshop on September 26, 2017, at 5:30 to learn about searching and applying for scholarships, applying for federal aid, state aid, completing the FAFSA and more. This meeting is open to all Junior Parents as well. It’s never too early to start learning about how to plan and pay for the future!
Below is a link to recap the senior meeting held at open house that will you prepare for all that is coming up. If you look at the list under college applications, there is a guide of things to do for each college, questions to ask and more.
Don’t forget, senior pictures are this week! Bring your $20 sitting fee
 Guys – September 12th (wear a white undershirt)
 Girls – September 13th (wear a button up with a tank top underneath)

We are looking forward to seeing everyone at the Financial Aid Workshop on September 26th.

Click here for Senior Year Guide

Here’s a reminder of things to be doing NOW to ensure you are off on the right track for next year.

  1. Apply to colleges
  2. Sign up and take the ACT
  3. Complete college scholarship applications
  4. Visit colleges


Other things you can be doing…
  1. Create your resume
  2. Complete community service
  3. Study for the ACT
  4. Research careers, scholarships, majors