Application ResourcesTo gain better insights about applying to colleges and universities, the links below offer a combination of factual data, insider information, application process, academic, social and quality of life. Using the links below you will learn about admissions, merit aid and other areas of interest.
Armed ForcesThere are many questions you want to answer before making your decision. Learn more about the many career benefits of joining the military after high school and how you can best serve your country.
Career ResourcesWhile it is important to pick a career with a promising future, you must also make sure it is one that is suitable for you. Thoroughly explore your career options by first reading job descriptions and then conducting informational interviews with people who work in those occupations in which you are most interested.
Financial ResourcesFinancial Aid is any grant or scholarship, loan, or paid employment offered to help a student meet his/her college expenses. Such aid is usually provided by various sources such as federal and state agencies, colleges, high schools, foundations, and corporations. The amount of financial aid that a student receives is determined through federal, state and institutional guidelines. Grants include aid the student receives that need not be repaid; loans must be repaid. Interest rates and repayment terms vary by program. Employment is aid based on an hourly rate for work performed. For more information on financial resources, please explore the links bellow or schedule an appointment with our college counselor.
Volunteering ResourcesCommunity service for high school students is a great way to build resumes and skill sets. More important, volunteer work for high school students can be a life-changing experience, one that allows teens to expand their horizons and foster meaningful relationships. Wondering where to volunteer? Explore the options and links bellow for volunteering opportunities currently available.