Amy Royael, Asst. Principal/Academic Advisor: firstname.lastname@example.org or 361-572-4568, x209
Transcript Requests: To request a transcript, please contact Mrs. Amy Royael or Mrs. Nina Cornwell during regular school hours at (361) 572-4568 or email email@example.com
Please request transcript a minimum of 2 weeks before due date of transcript to ensure it is received in a timely fashion to the college or university.
Each year, nearly 100% of our students continue their studies at the college and university level. Many of our students get a jump start on college through our Dual Credit Program, earning on average 12-15 college credits while in high school. Foundational to Faith Academy’s mission is championing students academically, spiritually, socially and physically so that they will be well-prepared for their future studies. Faith Academy partners with students and parents to identify the best educational options that meet their needs and desires.
Click here for the Faith Academy Senior Guide
My College QuickStart™
If you took the PSAT/NMSQT, you have access to My College QuickStart, a free personalized college and career planning kit based on your test results. To sign in, you'll need the access code printed on your PSAT/NMSQT paper score report. If you do not already have a College Board account, you'll be prompted to create one. It typically takes less than two minutes to create your FREE account. Over 300 colleges/universities use The Common Application. Check their website to see if your colleges/universities are listed: https://www.commonapp.org
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7 easy steps to the FAFSA:
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Career Assessment Help www.mynextmove.org
ASVAB Practice Test Website http://asvabpracticetestonline.com
This site provides students, families, and policymakers with tuition costs and fees for U.S. colleges and universities. One of the useful tools on the site allows the user to generate personalized reports by choosing from a listing of schools and the type of tuition (highest, lowest, or net). The site also provides additional information about the world of higher education to those seeking it. Users can also search links about career and vocational program costs, apply for financial aid, exploring information on colleges across the country, and access the increasing costs of college, which are all easily accessible on the Center’s homepage http://www2.ed.gov/policy/highered/leg/hea08/index.html
Find College Scholarships, Grants, Loans & Financial Aid. Get Matched to Scholarships You Qualify For. Research & Get Recruited by Colleges Nationwide. Receive Notifications On New Scholarships.
http://scholarshipamerica.org Scholarship America seeks to put students and parents in touch with resources to help them begin their college career. Search through open scholarships, read valuable application and testing tips, and even find community service opportunities to enrich your academic resume.
https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/scholarship-search For another tried-and-true source of financial assistance information, try the U.S. Department of State’s resource page. Here you’ll find plenty of insight and instruction when it comes to funding your education. The page lists both government and non government-funded grants and scholarships.
https://studentaid.ed.gov/ On the FSA site, you can learn the ins and outs of the federal lending program and apply for aid to see how much you qualify for. Make sure you use the links on the site to apply, since some websites will try to charge you for this service. You should never have to pay to access or fill out a federal loan application (FAFSA).
http://www.maldef.org/leadership/scholarships/ This page keeps an updated PDF document available for download containing a list of scholarship opportunities for Latino scholars.
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ARE YOU THE CHILD OF A VETERAN?
The Hazlewood Act is a State of Texas benefit that provides qualified Veterans, spouses, and dependent children with an education benefit of up to 150 hours of tuition exemption, including most fee charges, at public institutions of higher education in Texas. This does NOT include living expenses, books, or supply fees.
For more information on the Hazlewood Act or anything else related to Veteran's Affairs, contact the college you plan to attend. Each college will have a Veteran's Affairs Department.
College Specfic Scholarships
Each applicant should start the application process during the spring semester of his/her junior year. The first step in the process is to write to any academy you are interested in attending. Academy catalogues and other specific information should be requested from the following addresses:
U.S. Air Force Academy U.S. Merchant Marine Academy
Admissions Office (RRS) Admissions Office
Colorado Springs, CO 80840-5025 Kings Point, NY 11024-1699
(800) 443-9266 (800) 732-6267
U.S. Military Academy U.S. Naval Academy
Director of Admissions Candidate Guidance Office
West Point, NY 10996-1797 Annapolis, MD 21402-5018
(914) 938-4041 (410) 293-4361
The United State Coast Guard Academy tenders appointments solely on the basis of an annual nationwidecompetition and no longer requires a nomination. Interested applicants should contact:
United States Coast Guard Academy
Director of Admissions
New London, CT 06320-8103
Once the academies have received your requests, they will send you a Pre-Candidate Questionnaire which you must complete and return. The information you provide will be evaluated to determine your qualifications. If you qualify, you will be sent useful information, including an Official Candidate's Packet which outlines the procedures for contacting your congressmen and liaison officer.