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Last Updated: 8/25/2021 12:55 PM



2021-2022 FASFA Information Nights

Tuesday, September 14 at 6pm- presenter: Katie Schalmo

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PIN: 918 662 3388

Saturday, September 18 at 10am- presenters: Katie Schalmo and Kurt Drotleff

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PIN: 244 426 5197

Thursday, September 23 at 6pm- presenters: Andrea Dale and Katie Schalmo

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PIN: 428 628 0266

Thursday, October 7 at 6pm- presenters: Andrea Dale and Kurt Drotleff

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PIN: 920 582 9224

Mark Yours Calenders! College application deadlines happen sooner than you may think!


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Senior Checklist



  • Start your senior year by finalizing your college list

  • Go on college visits

  • Consider options for early action and your recommendation letters.

  • Register for required tests! 

  • Fill out and complete applications before the deadlines arrive.

  • Meet with counselor to ensure all your colleges get what they need. (A-J Schluep, K-Z Nelson)

  • Complete your FAFSA so you can get the most possible financial assistance for college. (Available OCT. 1)

  • Explore your prospective schools' financial aid to plan your college budget.


  • Schedule your college interviews to finish up the admissions process. 

  • Continue your hunt for scholarships and apply for scholarships.


  • Verify any financial aid before you make any college budget decisions.
  • Send your final transcripts (see Mrs. Cooper) to your college and meet housing deadlines.

Junior Checklist


  • Start your junior year off by registering for and taking the PSAT test.

  • Meet with a counselor to go over credits. (A-J Schluep, K-Z Nelson)

  • Explore Colleges! Take a deeper look at schools by regions, sizes and academic specialties.

  • Research college costs and tuition at different types of schools.

  • Narrow your list to 10 to 20 schools that interest you.


  • Go on college visits
  • Refine your college list
  • Look into scholarships for juniors!


  • Take the ACT, SAT and/or Accuplacer
  • Get letters of recommendations
  • Build your senior year schedule
  • Get educated on admission requirements



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