Welcome Class of 2013… to your SENIOR YEAR!. Transcript Review. Review Confidential Information Name on transcript must be legal name on birth certificate Remember you must have 26 credits to graduate Weighted and Unweighted GPA Class Rank
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STUDENTS NOT ELIGIBLE FOR GRADUATION AS OF GRADUATION NIGHT MAY NOT PARTICIPATE IN THE GRADUATION EXERCISE.
Post-Secondary Assistance Manual
Admissions representatives from the following colleges and universities will be in the Cafeteria to meet with Seniors beginning at 8:45.
Please dress appropriately and come prepared to ask questions!
The SAT - Reasoning Test
This is a test required for admission by most colleges and universities. This test is given 7 times a year and the cost is $50.00 if you mail your registration form or register online before the deadline. Late registration is $77.00. The registration materials are available in the Counseling Office and/or online. The test dates and registration deadlines are as follows:
ACT - American College Testing
The ACT is also used for acceptance at colleges in our state. The test is given 6 times a year and the cost is $50.50 if you mail your registration form before the deadline. Late registration is $72.50. The registration materials, test dates, and registration deadlines are available in the Counseling Office or go to www.act.org.
It is your responsibility to get these materials and register for the SAT or ACT.
Please be aware of college application deadlines.
Financial Aid Basics
Financial Aid Basics – Types of Aid
Institution’s Cost of Attendance includes tuition, fees, room, board, books and supplies, transportation, personal and miscellaneous expenses and loan fees.
Basic financial aid formula:
Cost of Attendance
- Expected Family Contribution
=Eligibility for Need-Based Financial Aid
*Note that Expected Family Contribution remains the same, regardless of the college or university attended.
When looking at financial aid offers consider: