FAFSA -Federal Student Aid
http://www.mysatreview.com has free SAT practice questions and study tips.
http://www.bestcollegereviews.org/college-prep-for-the-sat/ - College Prep for the SAT
- Student-Athlete ELIGIBILITY GUIDEhttp://ohsaa.org/Portals/0/Eligibility/OtherEligibiltyDocs/EligibilityGuideHS.pdf
http://www.studentpaths.com/ connecting students to their future.
http://www.collegeclicktv.com/ students give a tour of their colleges from a students point of view.
http://www.matchcollege.com/ information on over 6,000 technical certification programs, vocational schools, junior/community colleges and a 4 year universities directory.
http://www.CollegeBasics.com/ offers various useful college information.
MyMajors - a great way for students to think about questions to consider when selecting a major. It's linked to by 120 school counseling sites, 45 university academic advisement sites and the National Academic Advisement Association.
Career Internet Resources
College Resource Center
We invite your high school students to use our college search directory for colleges and university, FREE college planning tools (checklists on what you need to do for college), how to finance college, scholarships, what to do after college, and so much more.
Military Career Guide Online - Search this site for detailed information on a variety of military careers.
Monster.Com - Has career advice and interviews with professionals. http://www.monster.com/
Collegeboard - Search the cost of college and find internships and scholarships. (Register for SAT online)
America's Job Bank Career Center - Provides general outlook for careers, wages, and trends.
Internships for all job categories are listed at these sites.
www.collegeview.com - CollegeView.com is a college search program that has a database of over 3,500 two- and four-year colleges and provides multimedia tours of many of them.
www.collegenet.com - Collegenet.com is another excellent resource for your college searches.
www.fastweb.com - Fastweb.com is the Internet's largest free scholarship search. There is no need to pay $300-$500 for a private scholarship search. You can do it for free on the web. This site is a must for all college-bound students and their parents.
www.act.org - High school students planning to take the ACT for admissions to college can benefit from stopping and looking around this site. There is also helpful information for counselors, parents and administrators. You can also discover ACT's career exploration software program called "Discover." ( Register online)
www.finaid.org - Here is the most complete financial aid site on the Internet. Go ahead and try it. It's free, and you have nothing to lose. Pay particular attention to the online calculators and complete the expected family contribution worksheet to see approximately how much money your family will be expected to contribute.
https://www.princetonreview.com/ - The Princeton Review is one of the top resources for college searches and also SAT and ACT preparation.
https://www.kaptest.com/ - Kaplan is another SAT and ACT preparation website.
www.salliemae.com - This is college aid sources for higher education.
http://www.number2.com/ - SAT and ACT Prep
https://www.sss.gov/ - The Selective Service System [SSS] is having a nationwide High School Registration. The fastest and easiest way for 17 & 18 year old men to register and comply with the law, www.sss.gov is to register via the Selective Service System's web site If you do not have access to the Internet, registration cards may be obtained at any U.S. Post Office.
Revolution Prep - Test Prep; online tutoring