College Planning Announcements

  • College Planning Announcements:
    • Senior Survey in Naviance – Ready to meet with the ARHS College & Career Advisor for your Senior Meeting? Ready to sit with your Guidance Counselor so that they can write your college recommendation? All seniors must complete the “Senior Questionnaire for College Conference 2020” in Naviance first. Please encourage your parents/guardians to set up a Naviance account and complete the “Parent/Guardian Survey 4 Senior College Conference” as well. This helps your counselor write a great recommendation for you. Questions? See Miss Garrity or Ms. Cuffee-Gray.
    • Lime Green Forms – The Class of 2020 is already breaking records handing in the LIME GREEN FORM that allows ARHS to send your academic materials (transcripts and recommendations) in to the colleges and universities that you are applying to. Please be sure to complete your form and get it in to Miss Garrity in Guidance.
    • Diversity Fly-In Opportunities – Travel to College Campuses! –A number of colleges provide Travel Vouchers or Diversity Fly-Ins Events. These programs provide funding that allows students to travel to more remote campus locations and stay overnight. Deadlines are quickly coming up. Use the attached link to view Diversity Fly-Ins that are available. [] See Deidre Cuffee-Gray, College and Career Advisor if you have questions.
    • College Greenlight Summer Challenge Scholarship  – This summer, College Greenlight is challenging the Class of 2020 to start their college and scholarship search. Apply for the scholarship starting May 1st – September 1st! Follow these simple steps and you’ll be entered to win a $500 College Greenlight Summer Challenge scholarship. []
    • College Board Opportunity Scholarships – College Board offers six “Opportunity Scholarships”. Complete all six scholarship applications online and you’re eligible to earn as much as $40,000. Scholarships will be awarded through monthly drawings to students who complete each action. This program is open to students regardless of their family income. []
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