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What: $5,000 reward for two national winners, $500 for eight regional winners, and $250 for state winner Who: seniors (this is sponsored by the DAR; you need NOT be female to apply) Criteria: Recognizes one outstanding young person from our graduating senior class who demonstrates … Continue reading
This is a local scholarship! (You have a good chance of winning this one!) What: up to $30,000 Veterans of Foreign Wars Voice of Democracy Scholarship — local awards vary, state level is more than $2000 plus an all-expense paid … Continue reading
SENIORS: Remember to file your Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) beginning October 1st for the 2019-2020 school year. If you gather up the necessary records, it will only take about 1/2 hour to 45-minutes to complete your FAFSA … Continue reading
If you missed last night’s Financial Aid Night (or even if you were there, and want a refresher) here is our PowerPoint. If you have ANY questions, get in touch with Mrs. W right away — and remember that we’ll … Continue reading
THE FAFSA’S HAS CHANGED, and you’ll need to know what’s-what to file yours correctly. Our Newly Revamped Financial Aid Night is Thursday, September 27, 2018, in Powers Auditorium. We’ll start exactly at 6:30 pm, so try to arrive a few … Continue reading
IMPORTANT! Watch out for SCAMS! While there are legitimate private College & Career Counselors/Coaches in our area, please be very cautious in responding to unsolicited phone calls, email, or traditional mail for “meetings,” “interviews,” or “conferences.” If you receive an … Continue reading
Workshop for Parents & Seniors: How To Interpret & Compare Financial Aid Packages AND Make College Affordable!
IMPORTANT!! Seniors: Did you receive your financial aid packages from your colleges and universities? Mrs. W will hold a workshop on Thursday, April 12, 2018 to help you and your parents understand how to compare financial aid packages, what tax … Continue reading
All colleges look at your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) to determine what you and your family can afford to invest in your education, and then the colleges build a financial aid package based on your EFC. REMEMBER THAT NO ONE … Continue reading
CBYX Scholarship — this opportunity is to study in Germany, and is almost a 100% paid for scholarship (students are responsible for airfare to D.C.) and spending money. It is one full school year. Students do not need to know … Continue reading
This is a quick, fun game that gives you a visualization of the general choices you’ll make in college, and how they might impact your future options. Give it a whirl!