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As a freshman and sophomore the students are given the opportunity to adjust or make changes to the four year plan they completed as eighth graders.Juniors, again, look at their aptitudes/interests by taking more assessments.There will be a College Financial Aid Night for seniors and their parents at PM on February 21, 2018 and I encourage you to attend.FAFSA FAFSA Help College Planning Center Financial Aid Calculators Selective Service Registration Need-Based Aid To be considered for need-based financial aid, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).Also, we will do our best to post scholarship descriptions in the senior scholarship book located in my office.Keep in mind these are just a fraction of the scholarships that are available to students.
If you would like a paper FAFSA form please stop in the guidance office. Schools also consider your high school GPA, academic transcript, letters of recommendation, interviews and personal essays.
As an eighth grader, all our students complete a 4 year plan and participate in a battery of career assessments.
This information helps them identify career clusters which match their interests/abilities to aid them in choosing high school classes.
The bad news is that to get it, you’re going to have to work.
Students need to be willing to write essays, secure letters of reference and recommendation, and most of all…persistent!
The presentation is put on by the College Planning Center. back to top back to top ACT/SAT Testing Go to register for ACT ACT prefers students register online, but we do have registration materials in the Guidance Office as well. It can be taken at any grade level, but is recommended to be taken during the junior year. Most students in the Midwest take the ACT test whereas students on either coast usually take the SAT…99% of our students take the ACT. The ACT is an achievement test, measuring what a student has learned in school.