College & Career Information
8TH, 9TH & 10TH GRADERS !!!
- Oklahoma Promise Application
- Family income must be less than $55,000.
- Additional Information: Oklahoma Promise Info (OHLAP)
JUNIORS & SENIORS
NOTE: Be sure to take your ACT Test at least once (preferably twice) before the end of your junior year, and then again as a senior. National Test Dates are offered six times each year at various locations including UFAS in Ft. Smith and CASC in Poteau. Also, consider taking an ACT preparation course and study prior to test date. Register for test online atACT - Fee Waiver - Eligible Juniors and Seniors now can qualify for fee waivers through ACT. Based on Free or Reduced meal application status and other income based requirements. See the counselor for details.
With www.okcollegestart.org Students can get loads of information about careers & education! Great starting point for every student no matter what your plans may be for after graduation.
Statewide Summer Academies in Math, Science, and Technology. Free tuition and room/board. Week long programs are sponsored by Oklahoma Regents for Higher Education. Program schedules for upcoming summer will be available in Spring at www.okhighered.org or ask the school counselor..
Get a head start on college SENIORS for FREE! Concurrent Enrollment of High school seniors, Senate Bill No. 982, all eligible HS seniors may take up to 6 credit hours each semester. (Students are responsible for the cost of fees and books.) http://sde.state.ok.us/Schools/Counseling/Concurrent.html
GEAR UP, Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. For information on the Oklahoma College Savings Plan visit www.ok4saving.org or call 877-654-7284.
Student gateway to the U.S. Government, Services Online, Information Online for careers, education, government. www.students.gov.
Online magazine for High School to College Timelines, Articles and Information: http://www.nextstepmagazine.