Great! You’re thinking about going on to college. Whether it is a community college, a four-year university or a technical school, we are thrilled that you are seeking to further your education. Now, you’re in for a fun ride…
We’ve compiled some helpful resources that you should begin considering early in your high school years, but if you’re a senior and you’ve just decided to continue on…there’s no time like the present to get started.
High School Graduation Requirements:
Have you completed all the requirements to graduate from Epic? Do you know what those requirements are…how many credits you will need, all of the EOI tests, and so on?
Scholarships & More:
Furthering your education from here on is expensive and it may seem out of reach, but there are several ways to pay for school. Plus, did you know that there are thousands of scholarships out there…and there may be one just for you. Some scholarships pay for everything, while some just cover the basic tuition costs.
Helpful College Resources:
Below are several college resources to help high school students get started on their transition to postsecondary education. To view a more comprehensive list of these resources, click here.
- ACT: http://www.actstudent.org
- Excellent website for resources on why attending college is important to scheduling for the ACT exams and test preparation.
- SAT: http://www.collegeboard.org/
- Register, prepare and get your scores for the most widely used admission test, get college credit for what you already know by earning qualifying scores on CLEP exams, and us the free college planning information.
- OK College Start: http://www.okcollegestart.org
- OKcollegestart.org is the state’s official website that provides information about higher education in Oklahoma for students, counselors, and parents. It is designed to be the most comprehensive and current source for college planning for Oklahoma students, beginning as early as middle school.
- FAFSA4caster: http://www.fafsa4caster.gov
- This page will help you understand your options for paying for college. Provide some basic information and they estimate eligibility for federal student aid.
- To view a more comprehensive list of these resources, click here.