Admin

Guidance


 

Program

Grade Level

Composite
Score Range

EXPLORE

8 and 9

1 to 25

PLAN

10

1 to 32

ACT

11 and 12

1 to 36

 

 Choosing the Right College

When choosing a college, there are a number of things you need to consider.

Type of College

Two year colleges offer affordable one and two-year career programs. Students can also start at a

   two year college and then transfer to a four-year college.

   Four year colleges are either public or private. Public colleges are generally larger and less expensive.

Size – Large colleges are able to offer more majors and programs. Small colleges are more personal.

Location – Do you want a college close to home, near a big city, in-state, or out-of-state?

Academic Programs – All colleges offer a variety of majors, but if you want to study something specific, you must find a college that offers that major.

Cost – College costs vary greatly. When calculating college costs, include tuition, fees, room and board, books, and personal expenses.

Admission Requirements – Some colleges accept all high school graduates. Others are very selective. Look for colleges that accept students with academic records similar to yours.

 

STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Earliest to apply for Financial Aid is January 1, 2016

Terms needed to understand financial aid:

Financial Aid Programs – financial aid programs can be divided into 4 major categories:

Grants, Loans, jobs, and Scholarships.

Grants are “gifts” to assist students in school cots.

Loans are exactly that – loans. Students who receive loans are entering into a binding agreement to repay the amount borrowed plus interest.

Jobs are work opportunities provided by the school to help students meet educational expenses and are beneficial both to the school and the students.

 SENIORS – REGISTER NOW – IT’S FREE   www.march2success.com

March 2 Success is a FREE, no obligation tool that provides educational content to help improve scores on tests such as ACT, SAT, state exit exams, and ASVAB. The selection of content includes course material from middle and high school level lessons, SAT and ACT practice tests, an SAT/ACT preparation game, and vocabulary and math flashcards. There is also information to help plan for your post high-school options.

 Criteria for External Scholarships vary greatly from scholarship to scholarship, but generally include academic performance, financial need, religious affiliation, minority status, heritage, community affiliations, or other unique criteria important to the sponsoring individual or organization. We encourage you to pursue as many External Scholarships as possible.

Please check out these websites for free External Scholarship information:

www.blackexcel.org >                                   www.scholarships.com />           www.FindTuition.com

www.blackamericaweb.com                      www.fastweb.com/>                    www.scholarshipexperts.com/>

www.collegeanswer.com/paying/scholarship_search/pay-scholarship_search.jsp>

www.apps.collegeboard.com/cbsearch_ss/welcome.jsp

www.collegescholarships.org/search>   www.scholarshipsandgrants.us/>

https://educationplanner.org/students/paying-for-school/index.shtml

www.princetonreview.com/scholarships-financial-aid.aspx>

 SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes:   one winner will be chosen every two weeks from

October 25 through May 9 for $1000 toward college expenses. Visit offto college.info for details

Program

Grade Level

Composite
Score Range

EXPLORE

8 and 9

1 to 25

PLAN

10

1 to 32

ACT

11 and 12

1 to 36

 

 Choosing the Right College

When choosing a college, there are a number of things you need to consider.

Type of College

Two year colleges offer affordable one and two-year career programs. Students can also start at a

   two year college and then transfer to a four-year college.

   Four year colleges are either public or private. Public colleges are generally larger and less expensive.

Size – Large colleges are able to offer more majors and programs. Small colleges are more personal.

Location – Do you want a college close to home, near a big city, in-state, or out-of-state?

Academic Programs – All colleges offer a variety of majors, but if you want to study something specific, you must find a college that offers that major.

Cost – College costs vary greatly. When calculating college costs, include tuition, fees, room and board, books, and personal expenses.

Admission Requirements – Some colleges accept all high school graduates. Others are very selective. Look for colleges that accept students with academic records similar to yours.

 

STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Earliest to apply for Financial Aid is January 1, 2016

Terms needed to understand financial aid:

Financial Aid Programs – financial aid programs can be divided into 4 major categories:

Grants, Loans, jobs, and Scholarships.

Grants are “gifts” to assist students in school cots.

Loans are exactly that – loans. Students who receive loans are entering into a binding agreement to repay the amount borrowed plus interest.

Jobs are work opportunities provided by the school to help students meet educational expenses and are beneficial both to the school and the students.

 SENIORS – REGISTER NOW – IT’S FREE   www.march2success.com

March 2 Success is a FREE, no obligation tool that provides educational content to help improve scores on tests such as ACT, SAT, state exit exams, and ASVAB. The selection of content includes course material from middle and high school level lessons, SAT and ACT practice tests, an SAT/ACT preparation game, and vocabulary and math flashcards. There is also information to help plan for your post high-school options.

 Criteria for External Scholarships vary greatly from scholarship to scholarship, but generally include academic performance, financial need, religious affiliation, minority status, heritage, community affiliations, or other unique criteria important to the sponsoring individual or organization. We encourage you to pursue as many External Scholarships as possible.

Please check out these websites for free External Scholarship information:

www.blackexcel.org >                                   www.scholarships.com />           www.FindTuition.com

www.blackamericaweb.com                      www.fastweb.com/>                    www.scholarshipexperts.com/>

www.collegeanswer.com/paying/scholarship_search/pay-scholarship_search.jsp>

www.apps.collegeboard.com/cbsearch_ss/welcome.jsp

www.collegescholarships.org/search>   www.scholarshipsandgrants.us/>

https://educationplanner.org/students/paying-for-school/index.shtml

www.princetonreview.com/scholarships-financial-aid.aspx>

 SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes:   one winner will be chosen every two weeks from

October 25 through May 9 for $1000 toward college expenses. Visit offto college.info for details

Program

Grade Level

Composite
Score Range

EXPLORE

8 and 9

1 to 25

PLAN

10

1 to 32

ACT

11 and 12

1 to 36

 

 Choosing the Right College

When choosing a college, there are a number of things you need to consider.

Type of College

Two year colleges offer affordable one and two-year career programs. Students can also start at a

   two year college and then transfer to a four-year college.

   Four year colleges are either public or private. Public colleges are generally larger and less expensive.

Size – Large colleges are able to offer more majors and programs. Small colleges are more personal.

Location – Do you want a college close to home, near a big city, in-state, or out-of-state?

Academic Programs – All colleges offer a variety of majors, but if you want to study something specific, you must find a college that offers that major.

Cost – College costs vary greatly. When calculating college costs, include tuition, fees, room and board, books, and personal expenses.

Admission Requirements – Some colleges accept all high school graduates. Others are very selective. Look for colleges that accept students with academic records similar to yours.

 

STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Earliest to apply for Financial Aid is January 1, 2016

Terms needed to understand financial aid:

Financial Aid Programs – financial aid programs can be divided into 4 major categories:

Grants, Loans, jobs, and Scholarships.

Grants are “gifts” to assist students in school cots.

Loans are exactly that – loans. Students who receive loans are entering into a binding agreement to repay the amount borrowed plus interest.

Jobs are work opportunities provided by the school to help students meet educational expenses and are beneficial both to the school and the students.

 SENIORS – REGISTER NOW – IT’S FREE   www.march2success.com

March 2 Success is a FREE, no obligation tool that provides educational content to help improve scores on tests such as ACT, SAT, state exit exams, and ASVAB. The selection of content includes course material from middle and high school level lessons, SAT and ACT practice tests, an SAT/ACT preparation game, and vocabulary and math flashcards. There is also information to help plan for your post high-school options.

 Criteria for External Scholarships vary greatly from scholarship to scholarship, but generally include academic performance, financial need, religious affiliation, minority status, heritage, community affiliations, or other unique criteria important to the sponsoring individual or organization. We encourage you to pursue as many External Scholarships as possible.

Please check out these websites for free External Scholarship information:

www.blackexcel.org >                                   www.scholarships.com />           www.FindTuition.com

www.blackamericaweb.com                      www.fastweb.com/>                    www.scholarshipexperts.com/>

www.collegeanswer.com/paying/scholarship_search/pay-scholarship_search.jsp>

www.apps.collegeboard.com/cbsearch_ss/welcome.jsp

www.collegescholarships.org/search>   www.scholarshipsandgrants.us/>

https://educationplanner.org/students/paying-for-school/index.shtml

www.princetonreview.com/scholarships-financial-aid.aspx>

 SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes:   one winner will be chosen every two weeks from

October 25 through May 9 for $1000 toward college expenses. Visit offto college.info for details

Program

Grade Level

Composite
Score Range

EXPLORE

8 and 9

1 to 25

PLAN

10

1 to 32

ACT

11 and 12

1 to 36

 

 Choosing the Right College

When choosing a college, there are a number of things you need to consider.

Type of College

Two year colleges offer affordable one and two-year career programs. Students can also start at a

   two year college and then transfer to a four-year college.

   Four year colleges are either public or private. Public colleges are generally larger and less expensive.

Size – Large colleges are able to offer more majors and programs. Small colleges are more personal.

Location – Do you want a college close to home, near a big city, in-state, or out-of-state?

Academic Programs – All colleges offer a variety of majors, but if you want to study something specific, you must find a college that offers that major.

Cost – College costs vary greatly. When calculating college costs, include tuition, fees, room and board, books, and personal expenses.

Admission Requirements – Some colleges accept all high school graduates. Others are very selective. Look for colleges that accept students with academic records similar to yours.

 

STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Earliest to apply for Financial Aid is January 1, 2016

Terms needed to understand financial aid:

Financial Aid Programs – financial aid programs can be divided into 4 major categories:

Grants, Loans, jobs, and Scholarships.

Grants are “gifts” to assist students in school cots.

Loans are exactly that – loans. Students who receive loans are entering into a binding agreement to repay the amount borrowed plus interest.

Jobs are work opportunities provided by the school to help students meet educational expenses and are beneficial both to the school and the students.

 SENIORS – REGISTER NOW – IT’S FREE   www.march2success.com

March 2 Success is a FREE, no obligation tool that provides educational content to help improve scores on tests such as ACT, SAT, state exit exams, and ASVAB. The selection of content includes course material from middle and high school level lessons, SAT and ACT practice tests, an SAT/ACT preparation game, and vocabulary and math flashcards. There is also information to help plan for your post high-school options.

 Criteria for External Scholarships vary greatly from scholarship to scholarship, but generally include academic performance, financial need, religious affiliation, minority status, heritage, community affiliations, or other unique criteria important to the sponsoring individual or organization. We encourage you to pursue as many External Scholarships as possible.

Please check out these websites for free External Scholarship information:

www.blackexcel.org >                                   www.scholarships.com />           www.FindTuition.com

www.blackamericaweb.com                      www.fastweb.com/>                    www.scholarshipexperts.com/>

www.collegeanswer.com/paying/scholarship_search/pay-scholarship_search.jsp>

www.apps.collegeboard.com/cbsearch_ss/welcome.jsp

www.collegescholarships.org/search>   www.scholarshipsandgrants.us/>

https://educationplanner.org/students/paying-for-school/index.shtml

www.princetonreview.com/scholarships-financial-aid.aspx>

 SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes:   one winner will be chosen every two weeks from

October 25 through May 9 for $1000 toward college expenses. Visit offto college.info for details

Program

Grade Level

Composite
Score Range

EXPLORE

8 and 9

1 to 25

PLAN

10

1 to 32

ACT

11 and 12

1 to 36

 

 Choosing the Right College

When choosing a college, there are a number of things you need to consider.

Type of College

Two year colleges offer affordable one and two-year career programs. Students can also start at a

   two year college and then transfer to a four-year college.

   Four year colleges are either public or private. Public colleges are generally larger and less expensive.

Size – Large colleges are able to offer more majors and programs. Small colleges are more personal.

Location – Do you want a college close to home, near a big city, in-state, or out-of-state?

Academic Programs – All colleges offer a variety of majors, but if you want to study something specific, you must find a college that offers that major.

Cost – College costs vary greatly. When calculating college costs, include tuition, fees, room and board, books, and personal expenses.

Admission Requirements – Some colleges accept all high school graduates. Others are very selective. Look for colleges that accept students with academic records similar to yours.

 

STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Earliest to apply for Financial Aid is January 1, 2016

Terms needed to understand financial aid:

Financial Aid Programs – financial aid programs can be divided into 4 major categories:

Grants, Loans, jobs, and Scholarships.

Grants are “gifts” to assist students in school cots.

Loans are exactly that – loans. Students who receive loans are entering into a binding agreement to repay the amount borrowed plus interest.

Jobs are work opportunities provided by the school to help students meet educational expenses and are beneficial both to the school and the students.

 SENIORS – REGISTER NOW – IT’S FREE   www.march2success.com

March 2 Success is a FREE, no obligation tool that provides educational content to help improve scores on tests such as ACT, SAT, state exit exams, and ASVAB. The selection of content includes course material from middle and high school level lessons, SAT and ACT practice tests, an SAT/ACT preparation game, and vocabulary and math flashcards. There is also information to help plan for your post high-school options.

 Criteria for External Scholarships vary greatly from scholarship to scholarship, but generally include academic performance, financial need, religious affiliation, minority status, heritage, community affiliations, or other unique criteria important to the sponsoring individual or organization. We encourage you to pursue as many External Scholarships as possible.

Please check out these websites for free External Scholarship information:

www.blackexcel.org >                                   www.scholarships.com />           www.FindTuition.com

www.blackamericaweb.com                      www.fastweb.com/>                    www.scholarshipexperts.com/>

www.collegeanswer.com/paying/scholarship_search/pay-scholarship_search.jsp>

www.apps.collegeboard.com/cbsearch_ss/welcome.jsp

www.collegescholarships.org/search>   www.scholarshipsandgrants.us/>

https://educationplanner.org/students/paying-for-school/index.shtml

www.princetonreview.com/scholarships-financial-aid.aspx>

 SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes:   one winner will be chosen every two weeks from

October 25 through May 9 for $1000 toward college expenses. Visit offto college.info for details

Program

Grade Level

Composite
Score Range

EXPLORE

8 and 9

1 to 25

PLAN

10

1 to 32

ACT

11 and 12

1 to 36

 

 Choosing the Right College

When choosing a college, there are a number of things you need to consider.

Type of College

Two year colleges offer affordable one and two-year career programs. Students can also start at a

   two year college and then transfer to a four-year college.

   Four year colleges are either public or private. Public colleges are generally larger and less expensive.

Size – Large colleges are able to offer more majors and programs. Small colleges are more personal.

Location – Do you want a college close to home, near a big city, in-state, or out-of-state?

Academic Programs – All colleges offer a variety of majors, but if you want to study something specific, you must find a college that offers that major.

Cost – College costs vary greatly. When calculating college costs, include tuition, fees, room and board, books, and personal expenses.

Admission Requirements – Some colleges accept all high school graduates. Others are very selective. Look for colleges that accept students with academic records similar to yours.

 

STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Earliest to apply for Financial Aid is January 1, 2016

Terms needed to understand financial aid:

Financial Aid Programs – financial aid programs can be divided into 4 major categories:

Grants, Loans, jobs, and Scholarships.

Grants are “gifts” to assist students in school cots.

Loans are exactly that – loans. Students who receive loans are entering into a binding agreement to repay the amount borrowed plus interest.

Jobs are work opportunities provided by the school to help students meet educational expenses and are beneficial both to the school and the students.

 SENIORS – REGISTER NOW – IT’S FREE   www.march2success.com

March 2 Success is a FREE, no obligation tool that provides educational content to help improve scores on tests such as ACT, SAT, state exit exams, and ASVAB. The selection of content includes course material from middle and high school level lessons, SAT and ACT practice tests, an SAT/ACT preparation game, and vocabulary and math flashcards. There is also information to help plan for your post high-school options.

 Criteria for External Scholarships vary greatly from scholarship to scholarship, but generally include academic performance, financial need, religious affiliation, minority status, heritage, community affiliations, or other unique criteria important to the sponsoring individual or organization. We encourage you to pursue as many External Scholarships as possible.

Please check out these websites for free External Scholarship information:

www.blackexcel.org >                                   www.scholarships.com />           www.FindTuition.com

www.blackamericaweb.com                      www.fastweb.com/>                    www.scholarshipexperts.com/>

www.collegeanswer.com/paying/scholarship_search/pay-scholarship_search.jsp>

www.apps.collegeboard.com/cbsearch_ss/welcome.jsp

www.collegescholarships.org/search>   www.scholarshipsandgrants.us/>

https://educationplanner.org/students/paying-for-school/index.shtml

www.princetonreview.com/scholarships-financial-aid.aspx>

 SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes:   one winner will be chosen every two weeks from

October 25 through May 9 for $1000 toward college expenses. Visit offto college.info for details

Program

Grade Level

Composite
Score Range

EXPLORE

8 and 9

1 to 25

PLAN

10

1 to 32

ACT

11 and 12

1 to 36

 

 Choosing the Right College

When choosing a college, there are a number of things you need to consider.

Type of College

Two year colleges offer affordable one and two-year career programs. Students can also start at a

   two year college and then transfer to a four-year college.

   Four year colleges are either public or private. Public colleges are generally larger and less expensive.

Size – Large colleges are able to offer more majors and programs. Small colleges are more personal.

Location – Do you want a college close to home, near a big city, in-state, or out-of-state?

Academic Programs – All colleges offer a variety of majors, but if you want to study something specific, you must find a college that offers that major.

Cost – College costs vary greatly. When calculating college costs, include tuition, fees, room and board, books, and personal expenses.

Admission Requirements – Some colleges accept all high school graduates. Others are very selective. Look for colleges that accept students with academic records similar to yours.

 

STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Earliest to apply for Financial Aid is January 1, 2016

Terms needed to understand financial aid:

Financial Aid Programs – financial aid programs can be divided into 4 major categories:

Grants, Loans, jobs, and Scholarships.

Grants are “gifts” to assist students in school cots.

Loans are exactly that – loans. Students who receive loans are entering into a binding agreement to repay the amount borrowed plus interest.

Jobs are work opportunities provided by the school to help students meet educational expenses and are beneficial both to the school and the students.

 SENIORS – REGISTER NOW – IT’S FREE   www.march2success.com

March 2 Success is a FREE, no obligation tool that provides educational content to help improve scores on tests such as ACT, SAT, state exit exams, and ASVAB. The selection of content includes course material from middle and high school level lessons, SAT and ACT practice tests, an SAT/ACT preparation game, and vocabulary and math flashcards. There is also information to help plan for your post high-school options.

 Criteria for External Scholarships vary greatly from scholarship to scholarship, but generally include academic performance, financial need, religious affiliation, minority status, heritage, community affiliations, or other unique criteria important to the sponsoring individual or organization. We encourage you to pursue as many External Scholarships as possible.

Please check out these websites for free External Scholarship information:

www.blackexcel.org >                                   www.scholarships.com />           www.FindTuition.com

www.blackamericaweb.com                      www.fastweb.com/>                    www.scholarshipexperts.com/>

www.collegeanswer.com/paying/scholarship_search/pay-scholarship_search.jsp>

www.apps.collegeboard.com/cbsearch_ss/welcome.jsp

www.collegescholarships.org/search>   www.scholarshipsandgrants.us/>

https://educationplanner.org/students/paying-for-school/index.shtml

www.princetonreview.com/scholarships-financial-aid.aspx>

 SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes:   one winner will be chosen every two weeks from

October 25 through May 9 for $1000 toward college expenses. Visit offto college.info for details

Program

Grade Level

Composite
Score Range

EXPLORE

8 and 9

1 to 25

PLAN

10

1 to 32

ACT

11 and 12

1 to 36

 

 Choosing the Right College

When choosing a college, there are a number of things you need to consider.

Type of College

Two year colleges offer affordable one and two-year career programs. Students can also start at a

   two year college and then transfer to a four-year college.

   Four year colleges are either public or private. Public colleges are generally larger and less expensive.

Size – Large colleges are able to offer more majors and programs. Small colleges are more personal.

Location – Do you want a college close to home, near a big city, in-state, or out-of-state?

Academic Programs – All colleges offer a variety of majors, but if you want to study something specific, you must find a college that offers that major.

Cost – College costs vary greatly. When calculating college costs, include tuition, fees, room and board, books, and personal expenses.

Admission Requirements – Some colleges accept all high school graduates. Others are very selective. Look for colleges that accept students with academic records similar to yours.

 

STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Earliest to apply for Financial Aid is January 1, 2016

Terms needed to understand financial aid:

Financial Aid Programs – financial aid programs can be divided into 4 major categories:

Grants, Loans, jobs, and Scholarships.

Grants are “gifts” to assist students in school cots.

Loans are exactly that – loans. Students who receive loans are entering into a binding agreement to repay the amount borrowed plus interest.

Jobs are work opportunities provided by the school to help students meet educational expenses and are beneficial both to the school and the students.

 SENIORS – REGISTER NOW – IT’S FREE   www.march2success.com

March 2 Success is a FREE, no obligation tool that provides educational content to help improve scores on tests such as ACT, SAT, state exit exams, and ASVAB. The selection of content includes course material from middle and high school level lessons, SAT and ACT practice tests, an SAT/ACT preparation game, and vocabulary and math flashcards. There is also information to help plan for your post high-school options.

 Criteria for External Scholarships vary greatly from scholarship to scholarship, but generally include academic performance, financial need, religious affiliation, minority status, heritage, community affiliations, or other unique criteria important to the sponsoring individual or organization. We encourage you to pursue as many External Scholarships as possible.

Please check out these websites for free External Scholarship information:

www.blackexcel.org >                                   www.scholarships.com />           www.FindTuition.com

www.blackamericaweb.com                      www.fastweb.com/>                    www.scholarshipexperts.com/>

www.collegeanswer.com/paying/scholarship_search/pay-scholarship_search.jsp>

www.apps.collegeboard.com/cbsearch_ss/welcome.jsp

www.collegescholarships.org/search>   www.scholarshipsandgrants.us/>

https://educationplanner.org/students/paying-for-school/index.shtml

www.princetonreview.com/scholarships-financial-aid.aspx>

 SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes:   one winner will be chosen every two weeks from

October 25 through May 9 for $1000 toward college expenses. Visit offto college.info for details

Program

Grade Level

Composite
Score Range

EXPLORE

8 and 9

1 to 25

PLAN

10

1 to 32

ACT

11 and 12

1 to 36

 

 Choosing the Right College

When choosing a college, there are a number of things you need to consider.

Type of College

Two year colleges offer affordable one and two-year career programs. Students can also start at a

   two year college and then transfer to a four-year college.

   Four year colleges are either public or private. Public colleges are generally larger and less expensive.

Size – Large colleges are able to offer more majors and programs. Small colleges are more personal.

Location – Do you want a college close to home, near a big city, in-state, or out-of-state?

Academic Programs – All colleges offer a variety of majors, but if you want to study something specific, you must find a college that offers that major.

Cost – College costs vary greatly. When calculating college costs, include tuition, fees, room and board, books, and personal expenses.

Admission Requirements – Some colleges accept all high school graduates. Others are very selective. Look for colleges that accept students with academic records similar to yours.

 

STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Earliest to apply for Financial Aid is January 1, 2016

Terms needed to understand financial aid:

Financial Aid Programs – financial aid programs can be divided into 4 major categories:

Grants, Loans, jobs, and Scholarships.

Grants are “gifts” to assist students in school cots.

Loans are exactly that – loans. Students who receive loans are entering into a binding agreement to repay the amount borrowed plus interest.

Jobs are work opportunities provided by the school to help students meet educational expenses and are beneficial both to the school and the students.

 SENIORS – REGISTER NOW – IT’S FREE   www.march2success.com

March 2 Success is a FREE, no obligation tool that provides educational content to help improve scores on tests such as ACT, SAT, state exit exams, and ASVAB. The selection of content includes course material from middle and high school level lessons, SAT and ACT practice tests, an SAT/ACT preparation game, and vocabulary and math flashcards. There is also information to help plan for your post high-school options.

 Criteria for External Scholarships vary greatly from scholarship to scholarship, but generally include academic performance, financial need, religious affiliation, minority status, heritage, community affiliations, or other unique criteria important to the sponsoring individual or organization. We encourage you to pursue as many External Scholarships as possible.

Please check out these websites for free External Scholarship information:

www.blackexcel.org >                                   www.scholarships.com />           www.FindTuition.com

www.blackamericaweb.com                      www.fastweb.com/>                    www.scholarshipexperts.com/>

www.collegeanswer.com/paying/scholarship_search/pay-scholarship_search.jsp>

www.apps.collegeboard.com/cbsearch_ss/welcome.jsp

www.collegescholarships.org/search>   www.scholarshipsandgrants.us/>

https://educationplanner.org/students/paying-for-school/index.shtml

www.princetonreview.com/scholarships-financial-aid.aspx>

 SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes:   one winner will be chosen every two weeks from

October 25 through May 9 for $1000 toward college expenses. Visit offto college.info for details

Program

Grade Level

Composite
Score Range

EXPLORE

8 and 9

1 to 25

PLAN

10

1 to 32

ACT

11 and 12

1 to 36

 

 Choosing the Right College

When choosing a college, there are a number of things you need to consider.

Type of College

Two year colleges offer affordable one and two-year career programs. Students can also start at a

   two year college and then transfer to a four-year college.

   Four year colleges are either public or private. Public colleges are generally larger and less expensive.

Size – Large colleges are able to offer more majors and programs. Small colleges are more personal.

Location – Do you want a college close to home, near a big city, in-state, or out-of-state?

Academic Programs – All colleges offer a variety of majors, but if you want to study something specific, you must find a college that offers that major.

Cost – College costs vary greatly. When calculating college costs, include tuition, fees, room and board, books, and personal expenses.

Admission Requirements – Some colleges accept all high school graduates. Others are very selective. Look for colleges that accept students with academic records similar to yours.

 

STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Earliest to apply for Financial Aid is January 1, 2016

Terms needed to understand financial aid:

Financial Aid Programs – financial aid programs can be divided into 4 major categories:

Grants, Loans, jobs, and Scholarships.

Grants are “gifts” to assist students in school cots.

Loans are exactly that – loans. Students who receive loans are entering into a binding agreement to repay the amount borrowed plus interest.

Jobs are work opportunities provided by the school to help students meet educational expenses and are beneficial both to the school and the students.

 SENIORS – REGISTER NOW – IT’S FREE   www.march2success.com

March 2 Success is a FREE, no obligation tool that provides educational content to help improve scores on tests such as ACT, SAT, state exit exams, and ASVAB. The selection of content includes course material from middle and high school level lessons, SAT and ACT practice tests, an SAT/ACT preparation game, and vocabulary and math flashcards. There is also information to help plan for your post high-school options.

 Criteria for External Scholarships vary greatly from scholarship to scholarship, but generally include academic performance, financial need, religious affiliation, minority status, heritage, community affiliations, or other unique criteria important to the sponsoring individual or organization. We encourage you to pursue as many External Scholarships as possible.

Please check out these websites for free External Scholarship information:

www.blackexcel.org >                                   www.scholarships.com />           www.FindTuition.com

www.blackamericaweb.com                      www.fastweb.com/>                    www.scholarshipexperts.com/>

www.collegeanswer.com/paying/scholarship_search/pay-scholarship_search.jsp>

www.apps.collegeboard.com/cbsearch_ss/welcome.jsp

www.collegescholarships.org/search>   www.scholarshipsandgrants.us/>

https://educationplanner.org/students/paying-for-school/index.shtml

www.princetonreview.com/scholarships-financial-aid.aspx>

 SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes:   one winner will be chosen every two weeks from

October 25 through May 9 for $1000 toward college expenses. Visit offto college.info for details

Program

Grade Level

Composite
Score Range

EXPLORE

8 and 9

1 to 25

PLAN

10

1 to 32

ACT

11 and 12

1 to 36

 

 Choosing the Right College

When choosing a college, there are a number of things you need to consider.

Type of College

Two year colleges offer affordable one and two-year career programs. Students can also start at a

   two year college and then transfer to a four-year college.

   Four year colleges are either public or private. Public colleges are generally larger and less expensive.

Size – Large colleges are able to offer more majors and programs. Small colleges are more personal.

Location – Do you want a college close to home, near a big city, in-state, or out-of-state?

Academic Programs – All colleges offer a variety of majors, but if you want to study something specific, you must find a college that offers that major.

Cost – College costs vary greatly. When calculating college costs, include tuition, fees, room and board, books, and personal expenses.

Admission Requirements – Some colleges accept all high school graduates. Others are very selective. Look for colleges that accept students with academic records similar to yours.

 

STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Earliest to apply for Financial Aid is January 1, 2016

Terms needed to understand financial aid:

Financial Aid Programs – financial aid programs can be divided into 4 major categories:

Grants, Loans, jobs, and Scholarships.

Grants are “gifts” to assist students in school cots.

Loans are exactly that – loans. Students who receive loans are entering into a binding agreement to repay the amount borrowed plus interest.

Jobs are work opportunities provided by the school to help students meet educational expenses and are beneficial both to the school and the students.

 SENIORS – REGISTER NOW – IT’S FREE   www.march2success.com

March 2 Success is a FREE, no obligation tool that provides educational content to help improve scores on tests such as ACT, SAT, state exit exams, and ASVAB. The selection of content includes course material from middle and high school level lessons, SAT and ACT practice tests, an SAT/ACT preparation game, and vocabulary and math flashcards. There is also information to help plan for your post high-school options.

 Criteria for External Scholarships vary greatly from scholarship to scholarship, but generally include academic performance, financial need, religious affiliation, minority status, heritage, community affiliations, or other unique criteria important to the sponsoring individual or organization. We encourage you to pursue as many External Scholarships as possible.

Please check out these websites for free External Scholarship information:

www.blackexcel.org >                                   www.scholarships.com />           www.FindTuition.com

www.blackamericaweb.com                      www.fastweb.com/>                    www.scholarshipexperts.com/>

www.collegeanswer.com/paying/scholarship_search/pay-scholarship_search.jsp>

www.apps.collegeboard.com/cbsearch_ss/welcome.jsp

www.collegescholarships.org/search>   www.scholarshipsandgrants.us/>

https://educationplanner.org/students/paying-for-school/index.shtml

www.princetonreview.com/scholarships-financial-aid.aspx>

 SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes:   one winner will be chosen every two weeks from

October 25 through May 9 for $1000 toward college expenses. Visit offto college.info for details

Program

Grade Level

Composite
Score Range

EXPLORE

8 and 9

1 to 25

PLAN

10

1 to 32

ACT

11 and 12

1 to 36

 

 Choosing the Right College

When choosing a college, there are a number of things you need to consider.

Type of College

Two year colleges offer affordable one and two-year career programs. Students can also start at a

   two year college and then transfer to a four-year college.

   Four year colleges are either public or private. Public colleges are generally larger and less expensive.

Size – Large colleges are able to offer more majors and programs. Small colleges are more personal.

Location – Do you want a college close to home, near a big city, in-state, or out-of-state?

Academic Programs – All colleges offer a variety of majors, but if you want to study something specific, you must find a college that offers that major.

Cost – College costs vary greatly. When calculating college costs, include tuition, fees, room and board, books, and personal expenses.

Admission Requirements – Some colleges accept all high school graduates. Others are very selective. Look for colleges that accept students with academic records similar to yours.

 

STUDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS

Earliest to apply for Financial Aid is January 1, 2016

Terms needed to understand financial aid:

Financial Aid Programs – financial aid programs can be divided into 4 major categories:

Grants, Loans, jobs, and Scholarships.

Grants are “gifts” to assist students in school cots.

Loans are exactly that – loans. Students who receive loans are entering into a binding agreement to repay the amount borrowed plus interest.

Jobs are work opportunities provided by the school to help students meet educational expenses and are beneficial both to the school and the students.

 SENIORS – REGISTER NOW – IT’S FREE   www.march2success.com

March 2 Success is a FREE, no obligation tool that provides educational content to help improve scores on tests such as ACT, SAT, state exit exams, and ASVAB. The selection of content includes course material from middle and high school level lessons, SAT and ACT practice tests, an SAT/ACT preparation game, and vocabulary and math flashcards. There is also information to help plan for your post high-school options.

 Criteria for External Scholarships vary greatly from scholarship to scholarship, but generally include academic performance, financial need, religious affiliation, minority status, heritage, community affiliations, or other unique criteria important to the sponsoring individual or organization. We encourage you to pursue as many External Scholarships as possible.

Please check out these websites for free External Scholarship information:

www.blackexcel.org >                                   www.scholarships.com />           www.FindTuition.com

www.blackamericaweb.com                      www.fastweb.com/>                    www.scholarshipexperts.com/>

www.collegeanswer.com/paying/scholarship_search/pay-scholarship_search.jsp>

www.apps.collegeboard.com/cbsearch_ss/welcome.jsp

www.collegescholarships.org/search>   www.scholarshipsandgrants.us/>

https://educationplanner.org/students/paying-for-school/index.shtml

www.princetonreview.com/scholarships-financial-aid.aspx>

 SunTrust Off to College Scholarship Sweepstakes:   one winner will be chosen every two weeks from

October 25 through May 9 for $1000 toward college expenses. Visit offto college.info for details

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