Seniors, here is the ppt we went over yesterday 🙂
See the links below for the FAFSA website, a website with step-by-step videos, and the FAFSA ID website.
The PDF below lists scholarships open to high school students and college students. Be sure to check the label on the side to determine if you are eligible to apply.
If there is a student who is NOT currently in AVID but would like to be next year, please have them see Mrs. Bogozan in room 2207 for an application!
Current AVID students who wish to remain in the program and who still meet the requirements do not need to reapply.
You and your partner are responsible for presenting your information to the class in a PowerPoint or Prezi. Please do not copy/paste information; give us your own words, examples, pictures, something!
If you did not complete at least one of your bookmarks in class, here are the directions.
Complete this and save it electronically. If you add hyperlinks for the websites, you will not have to complete the “research” part next year.
Every AVID class is working on a college major project. The requirements are tiered for each grade level. These projects will be due the Monday for A day and Tuesday for B day after the break.
Additionally, we will begin our “make it or take ti study guides” for EOCs, SLOs, and final exams for most classes.
Centre College, a small liberal arts college in Danville, Kentucky is offering FREE applications AND A FULL-TUITION SCHOLARSHIP PLUS $5000 FOR 10 HIGH-ACHIEVING, FIRST GENERATION COLLEGE STUDENTS.
This college is ranked in the top 50 best Liberal Arts Colleges by U.S. News and World Reports.
See the link below for more details.