College and Career Connections
Grady High School's College & Career Center:
proudly serving over 1000 student visits each month!
Groups: Grady High School's College and Career Connections
What's New This Week....
Wednesday, April 2nd
College in the Courtyard @ Grady High School
Fun Raffle - including 2 free SAT prep classes!
Friday, April 4, 2014
Registration Deadline for May 3, 2014 SAT Test Date
Congrats to the Grady High School 2014 GHP Finalists!
Keegan Hassan: Communicative Arts
Lucia Lombard Communicative Arts
Molly Looman: Communicative Arts
Nathaniel Pate: Mathematics
Henry Persons: Mathematics
Kakinuma Uzuki: Music
Margaret Stockdale: Social Studies
Jefferson Martin: Technology
Mia Panarites: Theatre Design
SCAD Information Meetings
@ SCAD Atlanta (1600 Peachtree St. NW, Atlanta, GA 30309)
To register: visit scad.edu/scad
Friday, May 9, 2014
ACT Registration Deadline For June 14, 2014 ACT Test Date
It is FAFSA TIME!!!
***Seniors & Family ...the sooner you complete the FAFSA=more money available to you. ***
Video: 7 Steps to the FAFSA
THANK YOU TO THE Virginia-Highland Civic Association for $800 Grant
The Freshman Index for 2-Year & 4-Year Admission
Students seeking admission to a University System of Georgia college or university are required to meet the freshman index requirements. These two resources will help you calculate yours and guide you to the appropriate GA Schools.
Presentations: Grady CCC Financial Aid Presentation Part 1
List: List of College Resources Available for Checkout - Available for Checkout from the Media Center & from the Fulton County Library System
Spreadsheet: How & When to Submit a Fee Waiver (to GA Schools)
Worksheet: Putting Together Your College List
Updated: One pager - List of Useful Websites for the College Application Process
Spreadsheet: Grady Student Higher Education Guide
This spreadsheet has a wealth of information on all sorts of topics. The first tab is a list of GA Schools (as well as some other selective colleges) which provides a good comparison of information on the costs, requirements, and application deadlines of each school. The following tabs offer different websites to check out for scholarships, financial aid, college prep, and testing etc.
Presentation: College Preparation Timeline/Checklist - What you should you be doing each year of high school to prepare for college & the college application process?
Educated Quest's Public Ivy School 2013-2014 List
Why First-Year STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Girls Attend Women's Colleges - http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/3810383
The Geographic Representative in the Admission Office: Your New Best Friend - http://collegeadmissionbook.com/blog/geographic-representative-admission-office-your-new-best-friend
All About the SAT
Why Kids Shouldn't take the SAT, ACT Too Early
Is there a Perfect Time to take the ACT or SAT?
2013 College Fly-In Programs
One of the best ways to figure out your college preferences is to visit a few college campuses. Many schools have special weekends for this and also offer financial aid and fee waivers to help get you there. Here are two good websites:
Don't delay - some of the deadlines to apply for financial assistance for the fly-ins have already passed!
Do Something: College Scholarships