Student Services Newsletter

Southmont High School, November 2021

Google Classroom Class Codes

Please make sure to join the Counseling Google Classroom pages to stay up to date on different activities, clubs, scholarships, and other important school information!

Freshman (Class of 2025)—Google Classroom Code: 6dowvay

Sophomores (Class of 2024)—Google Classroom Code: pwcgzr3

Juniors (Class of 2023)—Google Classroom Code: qm7vurh

Seniors (Class of 2022)—Google Classroom Code: okdbirc

  • Nov. 7 College Goal Sunday-Ivy Tech
  • Nov. 12 Trimester 1 Ends
  • Nov. 15 Financial Aid/FAFSA Completion Night Hosted by InVestEd, 6:00pm SHS Cafeteria
  • Nov. 23 ASVAB Test
  • Nov. 24-26 Thanksgiving Break
  • Nov. 30 CTE Recruitment Day

College Rep Visits During November

Any Junior or Senior is encouraged to attend during Homeroom in the glass room. College reps will be discussing different programs offered at their institution, as well as providing handouts and beneficial information on their college admissions process.

  • Nov 5- St. Elizabeth School of Nursing, Lafayette

CTE Recruitment Expo

On Tuesday, Nov. 30th, CTE instructors will be set up at the High school in the morning for any interested Sophomore or Junior to learn more about CTE programs that are offered during Junior and Senior year.

Senior Scholarship Info:

1. The Sibyl and T. Herman Davis Scholarships were established as four-year scholarships for students from Southmont High School or home-schooled students who reside in the South Montgomery Community School District.

One need-based scholarship is awarded to a student who will attend Wabash College, the second is awarded to a student who will attend Wabash College or any other accredited four-year education institution in the United States. These scholarships are based on character, academic performance, extra-curricular activities and financial need. Students attending Southmont High School must be ranked in the top half of their class at the end of their tenth semester in order to be considered for these awards.

You can stop by the Guidance Office to pick up an application. Application and all materials must be received by the Wabash College Financial Aid Office on or before 3:00 p.m. on December 4, 2020 by uploading documents to

2. Montgomery County Commissioners Scholarship-For any Senior attending Wabash in the Fall 2022. Applications are due to the Wabash Financial Aid Office by December 3.

3. Knights of Pythias- A minimum of 12 scholarships will be given to Seniors from around the state in the amount of $1,000. Applications are due by mail by January 25th.

4. Montgomery County Community Foundation- Applications are online at and are due by January 14th at 5:00pm.

We will be posting more scholarships on the Senior Google Classroom page and Announcements as they become available. Students may also pick up paper copies in the Guidance Office.

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Financial Aid/FAFSA Completion Night

INvested will be hosting a Financial Aid Night on Monday, November 15 at 6:00pm in the High School Cafeteria. Bring your chromebook if you would like to receive help filling out the FAFSA!

The FAFSA is now open!

For students planning to attend a college or university next year, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) allows students to apply for more than $150 billion in grants, loans, and work-study funds.

Watch the video below that explains the process of filling out the FAFSA!

On Monday, November 15 at 6:00pm in the SHS Auditorium, professionals from INVested will be here to present on Financial Aid and walk through the process of filling out the FAFSA.

How to Fill Out the FAFSA

College Goal Sunday

The first of two College Goal Sunday events will be held on Sunday November 7, 2021, also at Ivy Tech - Lafayette, from 2-4 pm. Staff from both Ivy Tech and Purdue will be on hand to assist students/families submit their FAFSA at the College Goal Sunday event. Note: Daylight Savings time ends on November 7th.

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