HS Counseling Office
College Applications for Rolling Admission Schools
How to Apply to College :
GO to your 2 year college websites to apply !
https://johnson.edu/ , www.lackawanna.edu , www.luzerne.edu/admissionsapp/ and others ~
PA State Colleges : https://www.passhe.edu/university/Pages/Our-Universities.aspx
LOCAL COLLEGE VISITS
Complete FAFSA! The sooner you complete this, the better. This needs to be completed to be eligible for federal and state grants and opportunities.This process helps to access student loans.
Need help completing your FAFSA? Contact Tammy Marcinkevich @ EOC in Scranton for Financial Aid Assistance- (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Our very able staff are available to assist you:
- Complete & edit your FAFSA
- Complete & update your PHEAA grant
- Complete your college financial aid forms
- Research & apply for scholarships
- Guide you to complete your Student Loan requirements like the MPN & Entrance Counseling
- Understand your Awards Letter
- Financial Literacy included reviewing your Student Loans
- Finding Scholarships
LOCAL AND REGIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS -CLASS OF 2023
https://www.smore.com/t756q --FCRHS Local Scholarships
GO to Search and Make an account first.
CAREER PORTFOLIO GRADUATION PROJECT
1. Find the packet ---https://www.fcrsd.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=770827&pageId=8728567#
2. Then, COMPLETE your career portfolio requirements -- www.smartfutures.org
Aim to get this finished by end of Junior year.
All High School Students can now log in and plan your future career !
(Use the login with Google button)
March 17, 2023
The practice SAT will be given to all 10th grade
Books were handed out for information and practice.
GED INFORMATION AND TESTING FOR PARENTS AND FAMILIES
GRIEF SUPPORT & MH Resources
MENTAL HEALTH AND WARNING SIGNS
RESOURCE FOR SEXUAL ASSAULTS AND TEENS
Open communication can be a challenge with teens, but it’s an important part of keeping them safe. As teens become more independent and spend more time with friends and other activities, it’s important to keep the lines of communication open and let your teen know they can trust you. Learn more about talking to kids and teens about sexual assault.
Remember, you are not alone. If you suspect sexual abuse you can talk to someone who is trained to help. Call the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 800.656.HOPE (4673) or chat online at online.rainn.org.
HIGH SCHOOL COUNSELING OFFICE
email@example.com --Mrs. Lionetti. M.A., NCC--School Counselor, 9-12th grades
firstname.lastname@example.org, Fred Bresser, FH Social Worker
email@example.com, Mrs. Botjer, Secretary of the Counseling Office, 570-785-2469