College and Career Readiness Coordinator
College and Career Presentations
You can download the following college and career presentations to your computer. Thesep resentations have narration so you should open them in PowerPoint and then play the slideshow with your speakers turned up.

Scholarships 101 - How to Begin Searching for and Applying for Scholarships
Resume Builder - An Easy Guide for Students to Build Their First Resume
Creating My FSA ID - The First Step Towards Completing Your FAFSA
Graduation Requirements

23 credits to Graduate
4 years of English
1 year of Fine Arts or Career and Technology Ed. (CTE)
1/2 year of Health
4 years of Math
3 years of Science
1 year of PE
3 years of Social Studies (World History/Geography, American History and American Government/Economics)
6½ Additional credits
FAFSA Information
Welcome to our comprehensive guide on navigating the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) process!

Apply to FAFSA!
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) is your gateway to grants, scholarships, work-study funds, and loans for college or graduate school. Completing the form takes less than an hour and is a crucial step in securing financial assistance for your education. Remember, you must complete the FAFSA each year you plan on attending school. To get started or learn more about the FAFSA form, head over to

Learn More About the 2024–25 FAFSA Form
Understanding the intricacies of the FAFSA form is essential. Click here:
 to learn more about how the FAFSA works, what information is required, and why it's a critical part of your financial aid journey.

Student Aid Index (SAI)
The Student Aid Index (SAI) is a key component in determining your eligibility for student aid. To gain a deeper understanding of how the SAI affects your financial aid, click here:

Dates and Deadlines
Staying on top of important dates and deadlines is crucial for a smooth FAFSA application process. Don't miss out on financial aid opportunities due to missed timelines. Click here: to familiarize yourself with all the important dates and deadlines associated with the FAFSA.

Step-by-Step Guide: Filling out the FAFSA Form
Navigating the FAFSA form can be simplified with our step-by-step guide. Click here: for a detailed walkthrough on completing your FAFSA form. This guide ensures you provide accurate information and increases your chances of securing the financial aid you need.

We are committed to supporting your educational journey, and understanding the FAFSA process is a crucial aspect of securing financial aid. If you have any questions or need assistance, don't hesitate to reach out to our college counselors who are here to help you every step of the way. Invest in your future – start your FAFSA application today!

When will I get paid?
After you are done with the application process, you might be wondering about what to do next and when/how you will get your financial aid.  Click here: to learn more about that.

Remain Eligible
Maintaining eligibility for financial aid throughout college is a very important step in the FAFSA process.  Click here: to learn how to remain eligible for aid throughout your pursuit of education.

FAFSA Delays
With the creation of the new FAFSA application this academic school year, there have been many delays. While the delays are being worked out, which they will, it is important that you begin and complete your FAFSA as soon as possible to get the best chance of receiving more money and qualifying for federal loans.