Important Dates for WNHS
September 30, 2019
AP Testing Deposit is due Friday, October 4.
FAFSA Night is Wednesday, October 2, from 6 - 8 PM!
Seniors and Parents, please join us at a FAFSA Work Session on Wednesday, October 2 from 6-8pm in the WNHS Library. This is an opportunity to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) with assistance from financial aid professionals who speak both English and Spanish. You may arrive at any time. The FAFSA will take approximately one hour to complete. Please bring the following items to the work session:
- Social Security Number. Be sure it is correct!
- Your Alien Registration Number, If you (student) are not a US citizens.
- Your 2018 federal tax returns, W-2’s and other records of money earned.
- Banking statements and records of investments (if applicable).
- Records of untaxed income (if applicable).
- An FSA ID to sign electronically. (This can be created beforehand at fsaid.ed.gov, or at the time of application).
- List of colleges you would like to attend.
Resource Fair during Parent Conferences
Dual Degree Program Comes to D200!
Woodstock Community Unit School District 200 and McHenry County College are excited to announce they have teamed up to offer McHenry County’s first Dual Degree program where students can obtain an Associate of Arts degree through a combination of dual credit high school coursework and MCC courses.
This program is designed for current freshmen students who plan to pursue a bachelor of arts degree and for satisfying the general education requirements at many universities, particularly those in Illinois. Freshmen students interested in applying for the program should currently be in a geometry class or excelling in algebra and have a strong commitment to academics.
A Dual Degree informational meeting will be held for students and parents at 7 p.m. on Oct. 10th at Woodstock North high school in room D187. This is during parent teacher conferences, so plan to build this meeting into your schedule.
At the informational meeting, parents and students will learn about the admission process, program cost, and be able to ask questions to determine if this program is the right fit for their student. Freshmen can apply for the program beginning Oct. 15 through Oct. 31 and will begin their dual degree coursework the following summer.
To learn more about the Woodstock D200 and MCC dual-degree program, visit https://www.woodstockschools.org/dualdegree