Parents of Seniors:
On September 23rd, our regional Financial Aid officer offered a virtual financial aid workshop called A-Z of Financial Aid.
If you happened to miss this wonderfully informative presentation click here to view a recording of the workshop.
Attention Seniors- Class of 2022:
Counselors are visited all senior English classes the week of September 27th to review options and aide seniors with their post high school plans. Counselors went over all of the important details of how to process college applications through our office. All of the information related to 4-year college applications can be found here
. Seniors can sign up to visit with the expansive list of college representatives visting BHS through their Naviance accounts. These visits will take place before/after school and during lunches.
**Slides that were presented to seniors last spring with important links: here
**Navigating the College Application Process video: here
Last year's Beyond BHS
event took place virtually in February. This event allows students to explore the many opportunities available to them after high school, including everything from apprenticeships, private and public colleges, service academies and more. Presentations and slideshows of all sessions are in the link! Check them out!
For College-bound seniors wondering what TEST-OPTIONAL (for the SAT/ACT exams) really means, watch this video
from the Admissions Office at Cornell.
JUNIORS! SAVE THE DATE:
BHS will host the PSAT/NMSQT (practice SAT and National Merit Qualifying Test) for all juniors on Saturday, October 16th from 8 am-12:00. If this date does not work for you, please consider calling around to our neighborhood high schools to see if they are offering it on the alternative date of Wednesday October 13th. Other test prep opportunities for students are listed here
For students who took the PSAT spring 2021:
College Board released scores the week of March 8th. Please be sure to check the email address you listed on your answer sheet for instructions on how to access your score. For students who already have a College Board account, you can log in to access your score report. Students who do not have a College Board account will need to create one by following the directions here
. Please check out the following websites for more information. Questions? Contact your counselor!
If you missed the Financial Aid Workshop that took place on November 5th, 2020, below is the zoom recording of the meeting in addition to the slidedeck of information shared by Anna Fulford, who is our College Bound Regional Office contact. Information on FAFSA versus WAFSA and specific information on how to fill the forms out is detailed.