Welcome to the College Advisory page!
Do you know what field or major you would like to study for college? Do you know which college you wish to attend? Do you know when to apply? Have you decided how college will be paid for?
Well you're in the right spot!
This page will help you guide your way to college preparation and applications. We will keep you updated on upcoming college visist, tours, Financial Aid information, application information and your status as an applicant.
You can also reach out to our College Advisor, Mr. Jaramillo; located in suite 237.
Federal Trade Commission Scholarship Scams
This site has useful information regarding scholarship scams and cons.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Any of the above sites provide information and application forms for the FAFSA
Getting Ready for College
http://www.ed.gov/pubs/Getting Ready/CollegeEarly/ and
This site has college planning handbook, primarily designed for parentsof middle school students; however, you may find useful information here that you can adapt for parent meetings and workshops. The second url provides the handbook in Spanish.
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
This site has scholarship/other information for Hispanic students and their counselors.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund
This site has information about scholarships and Latino college life.
Minority Online Information Service
This site has information about minority scholarships, as well as other information.
NACAC (National Association of College Admissions Counselors)
Includes a download version of PACT (Parents and Counselors Together) a college prep parent workshop.
This is the website for The National Collegiate Athletic Association. Links to the Clearinghouse, rules & eligibility, and more are at this site.
Online College Fairs
This site allows students (or you) to register and interact with college fairs in progress.
Colleges, career information, test preparation and more.
This site has college search, financial aid comparisons, career assessment, admissions “secrets,” ACT/SAT tips, etc.
Practice Skill Sessions for the SAT