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by Lynette Goddard | Friday, February 25, 2011

CAREERZOOM KANSAS Is a portal to affordable higher education and satisfying careers.  Students can use CareerZoom Kansas to find out what career training programs are available within their fields of interest, and in the geographic areas in which they want to study.  This search engine was designed to help Kansas's high school . . . read more

Financial Aid for Seniors

January 15, 2013

What is Federal Student Aid? Federal student aid comes from the federal government, specifically, the U.S. Department of Education.  It's money that helps a student pay for education expenses at a postsecondary school. . . . read more

Your School Counselor

August 4, 2012

  Mrs. Goddard Your Counselor IS someone… ➢ You can talk to. ➢ Who will REALLY listen to you. ➢ Who cares about your problems. ➢ Who is your advocate. ➢ That will help you make a plan. ➢ Who . . . read more

Helpful Links to Scholarship Searches

by Lynette Goddard | October 27, 2011

The following sites are national scholarship search databases.  Registration into these searches are FREE  Avoid scams:  DO NOT pay money for scholarship searches.   read more

Questions to Ask on a College Visit

by Lynette Goddard | September 8, 2011

It is beneficial for senior students and parents to visit a perspective college or colleges to meet with an admissions representative and tour the school, visit the department(s) of interest, and check out housing accommodations.  The . . . read more

College Search Website

by Lynette Goddard | May 16, 2011

The College Portraits website is a free source of comparable information about public colleges and universities.  Students and families can compare costs, location, academic programs, graduation rates, campus activities, etc.  This . . . read more

NCAA Eligibility Information

by Rod Wittmer | November 22, 2006

The NCAA has implemented new eligibility standards for high school students who wish to play Division I or II athletics. It is extremely important for your student-athletes, as well as counselors, coaches, and parents, to be made aware of . . . read more

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