College and Career planning
Our multifaceted program includes extensive college and career planning services with student access to Naviance, a college and career readiness system, several college preparatory workshops, SAT test prep services, and personalized visits with a dedicated college and career planning counselor to work with each student to plan for their next step.
Whether it's matching colleges to a student's career interests, or comparing admissions rates at a student's top college choices, the Naviance Family Connection college planning tools allow students and families to make informed decisions. Students can explore and compare colleges and universities, and track the status of supporting application documents (transcripts and letters of recommendation). Plus, all of these tools are managed from one location, improving communications between students, schools, and parents and reducing paperwork.
The FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, and the gateway for students to receive federal, state, and institutional aid to help pay for college. Seniors and their families are encouraged to complete a FAFSA - based on prior year tax information - and submit it as soon after October 1 as possible.