Guidance News

Below are posts with important information for students and parents from Ms. Deidre Minns, Director of Guidance.


Scholarships

Current Scholarships March 2018   PAHRA Scholarship Deadline: March 23, 2018 Scholarships awards up to $12,000 will be given by the Pennsylvania Association of Housing and Redevelopment Agencies (PAHRA) to a graduating senior who lives in low-income housing developments or is a participant in the Housing Choice Voucher Program. For more information and/or an application, stop […]

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College Planning for Seniors

College Planning for Seniors September Request applications and brochures from your target colleges if you haven’t already. For more college options, sign up for FastWeb’s College Search. SAT is offered on several different dates. Visit sat.collegeboard.org to get test dates and registration deadlines. ACT is offered on several different dates. Visit actstudent.org to get test […]

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College Planning for Juniors

College Planning for Juniors Fall Take the most challenging academic schedule that you can. It shows admissions offices that you are ready for a competitive college environment. Research prospective colleges. Sign up for FastWeb’s College Search to help find the right school for you. Attend college fairs and speak to on-campus college representatives. Prepare for […]

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College Planning for Sophomores

College Planning for Sophomores Fall Look for leadership roles in clubs and activities. Starting thinking about college choices. Sign up for FastWeb’s College Search to help find the right school for you. Make an appointment to talk to your school counselor, Mrs. Minns. Prepare for and take the PSAT/NMSQT in October. This is offered at […]

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College Planning for Freshmen

College Planning for Freshmen Fall Map out the classes you will need to take for the next four years in preparation for college admissions. Take the most challenging course of study available. Join clubs and activities that interest you. Meet with your school counselor, Mrs. Minns, to discuss courses and extracurricular activities. Prepare for and […]

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