Is made up of over 6,000 of the world’s leading educational institutions and is dedicated to promoting excellence and equity in education. Students can register and view PSAT, SAT, and AP scores, send scores to colleges, and navigate the many college readiness tools.
Was developed so students would not have to fill out different applications for every school on their college list. Instead, they complete this application once and send copies to participating colleges. If you are applying to one of over 800 colleges that use the common application, you will find an application at this site.
Grade 12 students and families should complete FAFSA beginning October 1 of senior year. This will help determine what kind and how much financial assistance students will receive to help pay for college. Students and parents may complete the FAFSA form online at FAFSA.gov
Is a comprehensive college and career readiness platform that will guide students to post-secondary success through self-discovery, career exploration, academic planning, and post-secondary preparation.
A scholarship is a form of financial aid awarded to students to provide financial support to students to further education. Scholarships are financial supports generally based upon varying criteria such as academic achievement, merit, athletics, and/or other aspects of financial need. For more information, click below.