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Review these College Preperation Guidelines as you work your way through High School, it’s important to remember that EVERY grade counts towards your GPA starting with your freshman year!

 

Freshmen

  • Improve study skills-this year’s grades count toward your Grade Point Average.
  • Participate in extracurricular activates and community service through volunteer work.
  • Check to see if you meet the requirements to apply for OHLAP (Oklahoma’s Promise)
  • Research interests on the Internet or local library

 

Sophomore

  • Continue to be involved in extracurricular activities and community service
  • Continue to research interests
  • Prepare for the ACT, SAT, and school exams.
  • This is the last year to apply for OHLAP (Oklahoma’s Promise) Make sure that you haven’t missed out on a chance to apply.

 

Junior

  • Take the core courses required to attend an Oklahoma college or university
  • If you singed up for OHLAP (Oklahoma’s Promise) in the 8th -10th grade, make sure that you are taking all courses required,  and continue to make good grades and stay out of trouble.
  • Explore opportunities to earn college credit while in high school, like concurrent enrollment and AP Courses.
  • Research financial aid options and deadlines
  • Attend a college fair
  • Plan to take the ACT or SAT several times
  • Visit different college campuses

 

Senior

  • Take the core courses required to attend on Oklahoma college or university
  • If you signed up for OHLAP (Oklahoma’s Promise) in the 8th -10th grade, make sure that you have taken all required courses, and continue to make good grades and stay out of trouble
  • Explore opportunities to earn college credit through concurrent enrollment or AP Courses
  • Talk to your counselor and family about your goals for after high school
  • Research and apply for scholarships starting in AUGUST!!
  • Remember you may take the ACT or SAT several times
  • Investigate private sources of financial aid for college.
  • Complete the FAFSA  (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) after January 1. 
  • Decide which college you would like to attend and submit admission and financial aid applications.  Be sure and know when the deadlines are for these forms.
  • Look for your Student Aid Report and make sure everything is correct.  Return the form with any corrections.
  • Respond quickly to any requests for additional information.  Promptly accept your financial aid award letter if required.

 

(Website information obtained from Kari Fulton at Oktaha Public Schools)

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