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Title: WELCOME Seniors and Parents


1
WELCOME Seniors and Parents
  • Class of 2013
  • College Planning Night
  • East Bay High School website http//eastbay.mysdhc
    .org/

2
Visit East Bays Website
  • East Bay High School website http//eastbay.mysdhc
    .org/
  • Click on Guidance
  • Monthly Scholarship Bulletins
  • Bright Futures Brochure
  • Community Service Paperwork
  • Guidance Newsletter
  • THIS POWERPOINT PRESENTATION

3
SAT ACT Testing
  • SAT and/or ACT scores are required to get a
    college admissions decision
  • Registration Online
  • www.collegeboard.com for SAT
  • www.actstudent.org for ACT
  • Test Dates Locations for 2012-2013
  • 6 SAT Test Dates available
  • Next test Nov 3 registration deadline 10/4
  • 5 ACT Test Dates available
  • Next test October 27 registration deadline 9/21

4
SAT ACT Testing
  • SAT and ACT
  • Test Dates Locations on green paper
  • Registration Online
  • Costs to take the tests
  • 50.00 SAT
  • ACT 35.00 No Writing/50.50 Plus Writing
  • Fee Waivers Available for students on free or
    reduced lunch
  • Send your score reports online when you register
  • SAT/ACT scores are not listed on your transcript

5
SAT/ACT/CPT Comparison
  • SAT ACT both widely accepted, national college
    admissions tests
  • SAT is an analytical reasoning test
  • ACT aligned with classroom coursework
  • PERT is for community college academic placement
    and Gold Seal qualifying
  • Students should take the SAT and the ACT to
    determine preference.

6
SAT Scores
  • Critical Reading scores from 200 - 800
  • Math scores from 200 - 800
  • Writing scores from 200 - 800
  • 2400 highest possible SAT score
  • Bright Futures(and some colleges) is looking at a
    2 section score total with Critical Reading and
    Math combined

7
ACT Scores
  • 4 sections English, Math, Reading and Science.
  • Each section scored from 1 - 36
  • Add all four sections scores together and divide
    by 4 to get the total (composite) score
  • Writing section is optional but required by most
    four year colleges and universities

8
Sending your SAT and ACT Scores to Colleges
  • SAT and ACT scores are sent directly from the
    testing company
  • May send four (4) free score reports to colleges
    when you register to test
  • If you need to send scores after the test there
    is a fee to do so
  • SAT/ACT scores are not on your transcript

9
Super Scoring
  • Students benefit by taking the SAT or ACT more
    then once
  • Many colleges and university will take the
    highest section score to give students the
    highest total score.
  • Bright Futures will also take the highest section
    scores to determine scholarship eligibility

10
Super Scoring
  • SAT example (200-800 score range)
  • Student took the SAT three times . . .
  • Reading Math Writing
  • 490 530 500 550 500 500 520 510 540
  • 550 530 540 1620
  • Bright Futures score 1080 (Reading
    Math)

11
Super Scoring
  • ACT example (1-36 score range)
  • Student took the ACT three times . . .
  • English Math Reading Science
  • 21 20 20 21 18 22 22 23 20 21 24 25
  • 21 22 24 25 92 23
    4 (sections)
  • 23 composite (total) ACTscore

12
Understanding GPAs
  • Weighted
  • Honors, dual enrollment and AP (District)
  • Un-weighted
  • No quality points added (State)
  • Recalculated (weighted)
  • Academic core credits academic electives
    weighted for honors, dual enrollment and AP
  • Recalculated GPAs are used for college
    admissions and Bright Futures
  • Go to www.FLVC.org to determine recalculated GPA

13
Florida Virtual Campus
  • Go to www.FLVC.org
  • Explore career and academic options
  • Access high school transcript information
  • Evaluate courses completed against the
    requirements for graduation, college and career
    readiness, and Bright Futures Scholarships
  • Search college and university profiles and
    degrees
  • See requirements for admission and transferring
  • Find college- and university-level distance
    learning courses
  • Apply online for admission and financial aid

14
  • Dept. Of Education parent and student tool for
    college and career planning
  • Create an account and log-in
  • View your unofficial transcript - Click on the
    Reports tab and check your Bright Futures
    status. This is also your weighted, recalculated
    GPA for college admissions
  • Explore college majors and careers

15
Selecting a College
  • Ask questions that matter to you
  • Location
  • Close to home? Far from home? In-state?
    Out-of-state
  • Public or Private school
  • Size of School
  • Majors
  • Does the school you want to attend have your
    major?
  • Campus life
  • Sports
  • Cost of attendance

16
College Campus Visits
  • Open House dates on line
  • RSVP - dont just show up
  • Daily tours
  • 10am 2pm
  • Special events
  • Invitation only
  • No school business given
  • On-line college fairs and virtual tours

17
Online College Fairs and Virtual Tours
  • CollegeWeek Live is the largest online college
    fair and free to all who register
  • Students can connect to admissions reps from 300
    colleges and see current college student video
    webcasting about campus life.
  • Admissions experts will be presenting live via
    video on the admissions process
  • Scholarships and special promotions are
    available to students who login to attend
    CollegeWeekLive events
  • Visit www.CollegeWeekLive.com

18
What can students do at CollegeWeekLive?
  • Text chat with live Admissions Representatives
  • Ask questions regarding application requirements
    and deadlines, applying for financial aid and
    academic programs.
  • Engage in live student video presentations
  • View interactive presentations led by current
    college students to find out what campus life is
    really like.
  • Tune in to live speaker presentations
  • College application and admissions experts share
    their insights on everything students needs to
    know on college admissions, including test prep,
    selecting a good fit college and applying for
    financial aid.

19
How to Apply to College
  • Apply on-line NOW Dec.by the latest
  • Web site lists included in your folder
  • Whats needed for an admissions decision?
  • Completed on-line application
  • Application fee paid
  • SAT and/or ACT scores
  • High school transcript
  • Essay and/or recommendation letter (rqst)

20
How to send your transcript
  • Complete the form found in your folder or pick
    one up in Guidance
  • Give completed form to the Registrar, Ms. Harlan
    in Guidance
  • No charge for electronic transcript
  • 2.00 fee for paper transcripts (private and
    out-of-state colleges)
  • Scholarship requests are free

21
State University System (SUS)
  • 11 Public Universities in the state of Florida
  • SUS admissions matrix
  • Enrollment data
  • GPA averages
  • SAT and ACT averages
  • Cost of attendance

22
Private Colleges and Out-of-State Universities
  • Applications completed on-line
  • Check deadlines carefully
  • Financial estimator available to determine cost
    of attendance (COA)
  • For in-state private colleges, Bright Futures
    money paid at public tuition dollar amounts
  • Out of state tuition cost can be higher
  • Address needed for private or out of state
    transcript request - 2.00 fee

23
Hillsborough Community College - HCC
  • Five campuses available
  • Open enrollment for high school graduates
  • Online applications preferred
  • SAT/ACT/CPT or PERT used to place students in
    college level reading and math classes
  • Avoid remedial classes Takes longer to graduate
  • Apply during second semester in March or April
  • HCC Honors for available for students

24
HI-TECH Centers
  • Part of the Hills. Co. Public School system
  • Offer over 40 career training programs
  • Non degree certificate programs vary in length
    from 6 months to 2 years
  • Very affordable and open access to graduates
  • Five locations available
  • Aparicio-Levy Technical Center
  • Brewster Technical Center
  • Erwin Technical Center
  • Learey Technical Center
  • Tampa Bay Tech Evening School

25
College and Career Center
  • Group or individual assistance
  • FLVC.org and ePEP
  • Scholarship completion
  • SAT ACT registration
  • SAT ACT Prep class registration
  • Military information
  • Technical School information
  • Community Service Assistance

26
How to get started with Community
Service
  • Select a place to volunteer
  • Complete proposal approved BEFORE volunteering
    and get required signatures
  • Proposal must be approved prior to starting
    community service
  • Once completed, hours must be turned in on the
    organizations letterhead in letter format
  • December 15 deadline for Bright Futures early
    evaluation
  • Seniors have May 1st deadline for all community
    service hours

27
Community Service
  • Class of 2013 - Bright Futures and community
    service requirements
  • Florida Academic Scholarship
  • 100 hours
  • Florida Medallion Scholarship
  • 75 hours
  • Florida Gold Seal Scholarship
  • 30 hours

28
Military Information
  • There are 5 Military Academies  
  • Navy the US Naval Academy in Annapolis MD
  • US Naval Academy - http//www.usna.edu///homepage.
    php
  • Army US Military Academy in West Point New
    York
  • http//admissions.usma.edu/default.cfm
  • Air Force the Air Force Academy in Colorado
    Springs, CO
  • http//www.usafa.af.mil/index.cfm?catnameAFA20Ho
    mepage 
  • The Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, NY
    http//www.usmma.edu/
  • The Coast Guard Academy in New London, CT
    http//www.cga.edu/ 
  • ROTC Scholarships
  • Air Force - http//www.afrotc.com/
  • Army - http//www.goarmy.com/rotc/high_school_stud
    ents.jsp
  • Navy - https//www.nrotc.navy.mil/scholarships_app
    lication.cfm
  •  
  • Enlistment in the Military after High School
  •  
  •  

29
Paying for College
  • Determine the COST of Attendance (COA)
  • The COA is an estimate of how much money will be
    required to attend school for one year at a
    college (on or off campus)
  • The COA is determined for each student by the
    postsecondary institution
  • Go online to check COA for each school youre
    considering

30
Cost of Attendance
  • The COA is determined for each student by the
    postsecondary institution and may include
  • Tuition and fees
  • Books and supplies
  • Transportation
  • Personal expenses
  • Room and board
  • Misc. costs
  • Go online to the college websites and type in
    Cost of Attendance

31
What is my Cost of Attendance? (Example at 4
year, in state, public university)
  • In-State school, Living on or off-campus
  • Tuition- 5,800
  • Room/Board- 9,190
  • Books/Supplies1,500
  • Miscellaneous-4,100
  • Total 20,590
  • In-State school, Living at home
  • Tuition- 5,800
  • Room/Board- 2,000
  • Books/Supplies1,500
  • Miscellaneous-4,100
  • Total 13,400

32
What is Financial Aid?
  • Financial aid is money available to help students
    and their parents pay for educational expenses.
  • Students and parents use various resources to
    find money for school
  • No limit on financial aid amounts earned
  • Students and parents are the primary source of
    funds for post secondary education and are
    expected to contribute to the extent they are
    able.

33
Types of Financial Aid
  • Grants- Aid given to students by the federal
    government or by the university that is need
    based, and the student is not responsible for
    paying back
  • Scholarships- Award money given to students
    based on academic, athletic ability, ethnicity,
    major or talent, that is not paid back
  • Work-Study- Money earned by students as payment
    for work. Does not have to paid back.
  • Loans- Three types of loans that may be borrowed
    by the student and/or parents that must be paid
    back with interest either while enrolled or six
    or nine months post-graduation or stop attending.

34
Sources of Financial Aid
  • Federal Programs - FAFSA
  • State Programs Bright Futures
  • Institutional Colleges/Universities
  • Civic Community Programs
  • Foundations Hillsborough Education
  • Company Union Programs
  • Scholarships through Private Donors

35
Federal Financial Aid
  • FAFSA Free Application For Federal Student Aid
    Apply online at www.FAFSA.ed.gov
  • Important part of the college application process
    for ALL students and required for Bright Futures
  • On-line application begins January 1, 2013
  • Awards - Grants, Work Study, low-interest loans
  • Based on family income from 2012 tax returns
  • Financial Aid Meeting on January 29, 2013 _at_
    Riverview High School
  • Do not go to FAFSA.com charges a fee!

36
How much federal student aid can you receive?
  • Example first-year student in 2013-14
  • Maximum amounts allowed
  • Federal Pell Grant 5,500
  • Academic Competitiveness Grant 750
  • TEACH Grant 4,000
  • Federal Stafford Loan 5,500
  • Federal Perkins Loan 5,500
  • Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity
    Grant 4,000
  • Federal Work-Study depends on funds available at
    school
  • Federal PLUS Loan (for parents) COA minus other
    aid received

37
State Financial Aid aka - Bright Futures
  • Florida Financial Aid Application
  • 15 potential scholarships
  • Online Registration begins December 1st
  • www.floridastudentfinancialaid.com
  • Bright Futures pays a basic rate per credit hour
    wherever you attend in the state
  • Students can qualify for one of the three Bright
    Futures Scholarships Available

38
Bright Futures FAFSA
  • If you earn the Bright Futures scholarship, you
    must complete the FAFSA
  • www.FAFSA.gov for instructions and a worksheet to
    use in completing the form
  • Eight (8) Financial Aid Meetings sponsored by the
    school district begin in December
  • Closest is on January 29, 2013 at Riverview High
    School

39
Bright Futures Scholarship Award Levels
  • Students may receive funding for ONE of the three
    awards
  • Florida Academic Scholars Award (FAS)
  • 100.00 per credit hour
  • Florida Medallion Scholars Award (FMS)
  • 75.00 per credit hour
  • Florida Gold Seal Vocational Scholars (GSV)
  • 75.00 per credit hour _at_ community college or
    technical center

40
Florida Academic Scholars Award
  • 3.5 weighted GPA in required college preparatory
    credits Required Credits
  • 4 English (3 with substantial writing)
  • 4 Math (Algebra I level and above)
  • 3 Natural Science (2 with substantial lab)
  • 3 Social Science
  • 2 Foreign Language (sequential, in the same
    language)
  • 16 college preparatory credits
  • May use up to 2 additional credits from courses
    in these academic areas and/or AP, IB, or AICE
    fine arts courses to raise GPA.

41
Florida Academic Requirements
  • 16 credits (college preparatory)
  • 3.5 weighted GPA (unrounded) in those 16 (or up
    to 18) courses
  • 100 Community Service Hours
  • Test sub-scores can be used from multiple testing
    dates (not mixed from different test types)
  • ACT 28 Composite (excludes writing section)
  • SAT 1280 (critical reading and math)
  • Liberal Arts Math is NOT an accepted math course

42
Florida Medallion Scholars Award
  • 3.0 weighted GPA in required college preparatory
    credits
  • Required Credits
  • 4 English (3 with substantial writing)
  • 4 Math (Algebra I level and above)
  • 3 Natural Science (2 with substantial lab)
  • 3 Social Science
  • 2 Foreign Language (sequential, in the same
    language
  • 16 college preparatory credits
  • May use up to 2 additional credits from courses
    in these academic areas and/or AP, IB, or AICE
    fine arts courses to raise GPA.

43
Florida Medallion Requirements
  • 16 credits (college preparatory)
  • 3.0 weighted GPA (unrounded) in those 16 (or up
    to 18) courses
  • 75 Community Service Hours
  • Test sub-scores can be used from multiple testing
    dates (not mixed from different test types)
  • SAT 1020 (critical reading and math)
  • ACT 22 Composite (excludes writing section)
  • Liberal Arts Math
  • is NOT an accepted math course and will not be
    allowed as a mis-advisement exception

44
Florida Gold Seal Vocational Requirements
  • 16 credits (core required for HS graduation)
  • 3.0 weighted GPA (unrounded) in those 16 core
    courses
  • 3 career/technical credits in one vocational
    program
  • 3.5 unweighted GPA (unrounded) in those 3 credits
  • 30 Community Service Hours
  • Test Scores
  • SAT 440 Critical Reading and 440 Math
  • ACT 17 English, 18 Reading, 19 Math
  • Test sub-scores can be used from multiple testing
    dates (not mixed from different test types)

45
www.FloridaStudentFinancialAid.org State Grants,
Scholarships Applications
46
Bright Futures Homepage
  • Whats New
  • Chart of Eligibility and Award Criteria
  • Students
  • Requirements by HS Graduation Date
  • Financial Aid Recipient History to check status

47
Types of Scholarships
  • National scholarship databases
  • Free search sites
  • State scholarships
  • FFSA Bright Futures
  • Regional scholarships
  • Wal-Mart/BK Scholars
  • County - Hillsborough Education Foundation
  • Begin applying in November, 2013
  • 100 organizations in the Tampa Bay Area

48
Scholarships
  • East Bay Scholarship Bulletins
  • Published Monthly
  • Students receive a hard copy in Advisory
  • Available on the East Bay High School website
    under Guidance http//eastbay.mysdhc.org/
  • Local scholarships
  • In March for EBHS seniors
  • Local organizations donated over 150,000 in
    scholarship monies to the Class of 2012

49
Scholarship SMARTS
  • Scholarships can be based on your academic
    success, gender, ethnicity, financial need,
    athletics, college major, essay completion, etc.
  • Its a numbers game! The more applications you
    complete the better chance youll have of getting
    a scholarship.
  • Try to apply to one scholarship per week.
  • Use the East Bay High School scholarship bulletin
  • Go to East Bay High School website under
    Guidance http//eastbay.mysdhc.org/

50
Scholarship Tips
  • Follow application instructions
  • Get organized and make copies and keep a
    scholarship log
  • Proofread your application. Have a parent,
    teacher or counselor review and dont leave items
    blank
  • Meet the deadlines
  • How will you know if you won the scholarship?
  • Often only notified if you are selected
  • Notification information written on the web site
  • Encourage your students to complete one
    application a week!

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East Bay Class of 2013 We are proud of you!
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