Information for parents of:
 
Seniors:  
Senior Year Timeline: 2016-17 (college application/financial aid/scholarship timelines)
FAFSA - Official FAFSA website.  Use this website to apply for federal student aid.  Select FSA ID tab at top to request your personal ID and password.  Both student and one parent needs their own separate ID.  Write the FSA ID's down on a folder.  Make copies of submitted FAFSA forms, Student Aid Report (SAR), etc. and keep in this folder as a record.  The FAFSA must be completed for each year a student is in college. 
 
REMIND for Seniors- 2017 - REMIND for current seniors, and their parents, to sign up in order to receive important notifications from the guidance office regarding scholarships, deadlines, and assorted other college info.
 
 
Juniors:  
 
Juniors should take the October PSAT exam.  This is an official practice exam for the upcoming spring SAT exam that is taken by juniors under real test taking procedures (timed).  Students who do well may be eligible for a NMSQT (National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) scholarship.  The PSAT exam is given only once in the fall (one time in October)!  No chances to take it at a later date.
 
 REMIND for Juniors - 2018 - REMIND for current Juiors, and their parents, to sign up in order to receive important notifications from the guidance office regarding PSAT/SAT/ACT testing, scholarships, deadlines, college fairs, and assorted other college info.
 
Sophomores:
 
Freshman:
 
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All Grade Levels (9-12): 
 
Financial Aid Presentation Scheduled for Sept. 20, 2016
-Two presenters:  6:00-7:00- A college financial aid planner will speak about pitfalls and benefits of planning for college savings.  
                             7:00-8:00- A college financial aid professional will speak directly to the required FAFSA form and types of financial aid available.
               Financial Aid - 2016 PPT Presentation
-These presentations are open, and encouraged, to students of all grade levels (and their parents). 
 
       
 
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