College planning  is vital in today's admissions process.

Students must begin planning for college at least by the ninth grade.  This planning involves input from the parents, students and counselors. Building for your child's collegiate future can start as early as third grade.  

We provide resources and tutorial information in the following areas:

  • Paying for college
  • Choosing a career
  • Selecting the appropriate college
  • Writing essays
  • Testing information and help
  • Recruiting information

Questions to be answered:

  • What are the differences between the ACT and SAT?
  • How many times should I take the ACT/SAT?
  • Does my GPA really matter?
  • Do my high school courses determine what college courses I can take?
  • How do I qualify for financial aid?
  • Do I really need to fill out the FAFSA form?
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