High School Guidance

  • College Information

    List of Indiana Colleges
    Peterson's College Search Engine
    A listing of colleges by alphabetic sorting, by geographic sorting, and by major. Includes a college search.
    National Association of Intercollegiate Athleticsational Association of Intercollegiate Athletics
    Information about the National Association of Intercollegeiate Athletics.
    NCAA Online
    The primary site for information about playing sports at a NCAA Division I, II, or III college; includes information about student eligibility and recruiting and the guide for the college-bound student athlete. 
    Princeton Review - College
    Contains information on getting into college, finding a school, and how to pay for college. Includes access to colleges ranked by category. 
    Two-Year Colleges in the United States
    A listing of the two-year colleges in the United States.
    Vocational Schools - Business, Trade and Technical
    Information on private professional/technical programs throughout the U.S.
    The Common Application Online
    Provides instructions for downloading and printing out the Common Application.
    Admission counselors can now go to counselorcommunity.com to schedule an appointment with our high school.
  • SAT & ACT

    Register Online for the SAT
    Official SAT Practice
    Thousands of practice questions, videos, lessons, and hints plus study and test-taking tips and strategies.
    SAT Daily Practice App
    Download the SAT daily practice app for your mobile device to practice SAT questions.
    Word of the Day
    Improve your vocabulary using Merriam-Webster's dictionary website.
    Register Online for the ACT
    ACT Test Preparation
    Valuable resources to help prepare for the ACT.
    ACT Practice Test Questions
    Sample questions for english, math, reading, science, and writing.
  • Please visit this site regularly for the most current scholarship information and applications.

    Select to view/print the current scholarship list...
    College search made simple. There's a better way to find the perfect college.  Select the above link to find out more information.
    FinAid is a free Internet service that provides up-to-date information on the financial aid process, links to scholarship opportunities, information on scholarship scams, a financial aid calculator, and much more.
    A free scholarship search engine. This is the most comprehensive scholarship site on the Internet.
    CollegeBoard provides links to a variety of information related to scholarships and financial aid.
    Merit Aid Scholarship Opportunities
    Merit Aid provides a free comprehensive directory of merit-based scholarships from colleges.
    Indiana College Costs
    Get started with the Indiana College Cost Estimator.  Compare the estimated net price of attendance of Indiana Colleges.
  • The links below are from the web page www.nextstepu.com. This section is provided to help students and parents prep for college and to prepare for life  after high school.

    Step 1       Find a Career
    Step 2       Start Planning for College
    Step 3       Involve Your Parents
    Step 4       Visit College Fairs
    Step 5       Search for Scholarships
    Step 6       Prepare for the SAT and ACT
    Step 7       Take a College Tour
    Step 8       Find Financial Aid
    Step 9       Write your College Essay
    Step 10    Consider a Tech or Community College
    Step 11    Apply to College  FAFSA Q & A
    Step 12    Consider a Gap Year
    Step 13    Consider the Military
    Step 14    Get Involved
    Step 15    Consider an Online College
    Step 16    Focus on Yourself
    Step 17    Make a Decision
    Step 18    Gear Up for College
    Step 19    Play Sports in College
    Step 20    Looking to Transfer
    Step 21    Study Abroad
    Step 22   Think about Grad School
  • Indiana Career Explorer
    A college and career planning system for all Hoosiers!
    Indiana Career Connect
    Indiana Career Connect is the #1 source of job openings in the State of Indiana. And best of all - it's FREE!
    Search for part-time jobs. Post your resume.
    Occupational Handbook
    The Occupational Outlook Handbook helps to determine the training and education needed, earnings, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job and working conditions for hundreds of different types of jobs.
    Learn more about serving your country and the different branches.
    Job postings for Nannies, Babysitters, Day Care Centers, Special Needs Care, Tutoring, and Camps
    ZipRecruiter has launched the  High School Jobs resource for students looking for Summer/Part-Time work. If you want to search for local employment opportunities, ZipRecruiter is as easy and safe as it gets.