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ACT/SAT Test Information

ACT Test 

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SAT Test

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College Financial Aid Information

The best information for student financial aid is located on the Federal Student Aid (FSA) website.

Students will need to go to this site to create an FSA ID and complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form which is open in October of a student's senior year of high school.

The FAFSA creates a snapshot of a family's finances and is used by both the government AND colleges to determine what kind of aid a student is eligible to receive (federal and/or private loans, scholarships, grants, work study).

ALL college-bound seniors should fill out the FAFSA, even if they believe they will not qualify for a particular type of aid and/or do not plan on taking out any loans because some colleges reserve certain types of academic scholarships for students who don't qualify for aid. 

The FSA website also has some very valuable resources for understanding college costs, tax benefits, and types of aid and loans. All of these great resources are found on their parent resources page. Additionally, their website offers how-to videos, fact sheets, and college comparison tools on their general resources page

Mrs. Sarah White
Guidance Counselor

Make an appointment with Mrs. White to discuss college, testing,  scholarship questions & career options.

Office Hours:
Tuesday & Thursday
9:30 am-2:30 pm
(Hours may vary slightly)