Planning for college and beyond can be a daunting task, but we’re here to help you with all your needs. Our guidance counselors will meet with students to discuss career choices and help your child to choose the best academic path to success. We will help students prepare for college, including walking them through college and scholarship applications. We encourage students to meet with their guidance counselor often to stay on the right track.
This page is designed to provide students with additional support, in addition to one-on-one counseling.
LendEDU Guide to College Scholarships
In an effort to help students afford their higher education, our team at LendEDU recently updated our guide to college scholarships to help students find relevant opportunities specifically for them.
Within this update, we have added our new search tool where students can filter scholarship opportunities based on their grade level, GPA, the scholarship amount, and the requirements of the scholarship.
On top of this new tool, our resource teaches students and families the importance of searching for scholarships when figuring out how to pay for college.
Check out our presentation on planning for college. It gives you information about the college admissions process and what to expect your senior year.
When applying for financial aid, both the parent and the student need to obtain an ID. You can do so at the following website:
Once both parent and student have an ID number, use the Federal Student Aid website to apply for financial aid.
For more information on the links below, please contact:
Larry A. Brown, M.Ed
In-state universities and nearby community colleges are often a great place to start for our students. You can check out some schools here: