Mrs. Amanda Rybicki
High School Guidance Counselor
Mrs. Rybicki is your "go to" person for schedule selection and guidance in taking the courses required for your chosen career path. Mrs. Rybicki can provide you with information on colleges, college requirements, ACT test, grants, scholarships and student financial aid. She has put together the links below to help you be a success during your high school years and get started on your path to higher education. You will find Mrs. Rybicki in the high school office. We encourage you to stop in the high school office to make an appointment with Mrs. Rybicki if you have not done so already.
Students please complete this survey by February 17, 2017.
Along with the ACT Prep classes you
may also access numerous materials, assignments and references for the ACT. Log
in via your career cruising account to view the documents.
See Average College Score requirements - downloads below
Look beyond colleges and universities for scholarships. Educational funding in the private sector has increased dramatically in recent years. Review mainstream sources of funds, and be creative. Think about what makes you different, and find groups that value that difference. Many organizations offer scholarships, including: State and local governments, Businesses, Employers, Clubs, Associations, High Schools, Civic groups, Religious organizations, Trade associations, Labor unions, Political parties, Military associations, Private foundations, Private charities, and Ethnic organizations.
Financial Aid Information: www.finaid.org, a free resource with a variety of information about financial aid
Website Resource: http://www.bestschools.com/
Fast Web: www.fastweb.com, a searchable database of over 400,000 scholarships, fellowships, grants & loans
GoCollege: www.gocollege.com, features a database of over 500,000 scholarships and general college information
SRN Express: www.srnexpress.com, has a database of over 8,000 private, non-need based programs
College NET MACH 25: www.collegenet.com, the fastest search on the Web
Free Scholarship Search: www.fresch.org, has a database of over 1,900 resources
Online Masters Degree: www.onlinemastersdegree.com
Online Colleges: www.accreditedonlinecolleges.net
MI-SEARCH: www.michigan.gov/mistudentaid, a search site for Michigan Residents
Guide to Graduating Debt-Free http://www.moneygeek.com/education/college/resources/debt-free-college-education-guide/
Information on Student Loans: www.studentloannetwork.com
Pre-Planned College Tours: www.GOCAMPUSING.com. This site offers students a selection of College Tours so students can explore between colleges and spark that interest in the college selection process.
Parchment On-Line Transcripts: www.parchment.com
Applying to college, transferring to another school, or confirming your education for employers is hard enough. Parchment made it easy to send any college or organization your official transcript. You make the request; we obtain approval from your school, format your information, confirm that the transcipt was sent using postal mail or secure electronic delivery and, for institutions that accept electronic records, provide verification that your transcript arrived.