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Visit the websites and links listed below for more information regarding testing, searching for colleges, scholarships/financial aid info and more.
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Check in regularly with your guidance counselor, who will help you with all aspects of your college planning process.
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Article on Senioritis.pdf
College Board by Season.pdf
College Board Website
College Planning Tips for Juniors.tif
Dispelling the Myths about the SAT and College Admissions.pdf
Federal Student Aid Information
How to Apply to College Online.pdf
How To Choose a College That's right for you.pdf
How to Select Your Courses.pdf
My Next Move
Number 2 Website
Plan Your High School Course Selections.pdf
SAT, ACT, Both or Neither.pdf
SAT vs. ACT.pdf
Sports at College.pdf
Test Taking Article.pdf
The Common Application
Scholarship details and deadlines (note the deadlines are based on 2018-2019 deadlines and some are subject to change)
How not to get trapped by senioritis!
These guidelines are provided by the College Board as to what seniors can do by season to apply for colleges.
This site can help walk students through the college process from taking the SAT's, to applying to a college, to finding scholarships and financial aid.
Questions that college interviewers may ask with helpful hints on how to form successful answers.
If you are an 11th grader, this article offers some great tips for college planning during junior year.
Find answers to many of the common SAT and college admission myths.
Complete the Free Application for Federal and Student Aid online.
Information regarding how to apply to college via the Internet
An article on making the decision as to which college is best for you.
Creating a solid academic portfolio starts with this article!
Career information, resume, cover letter and interview help.
Research careers. Free interest inventory!
Learn about eligibility and recruiting. Register for the NCAA clearinghouse.
Number2.com's online test preparation courses are totally free! By creating an account you can access a customized course that includes user-friendly tutorials, practice sessions that dynamically adapt to each student's ability level, a vocabulary builder, and more.
Another article explaining what colleges look for in terms of courses taken in high school.
Do a college search, learn about the SAT, research colleges, career information.
Not sure which test you should take? Click here for help with that decision.
Information comparing the SAT and ACT tests.
Parents, this is a helpful article regarding improving your child's test-taking skills.
Starting in August of senior year, a student can create an account in order to complete one application that can be used for thousands of different colleges.
VSAC manages student loans and provides extensive resources through their website. At this site, you can calculate expected family contributions, and do college and career planning.