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Student FAQs

Anyone needing to speak with a counselor is welcome to stop into her office, request an appointment by email, or submit this Google Form to make a request at  https://forms.gle/4vRT5fsDZKvjhXpt6.

Schedule changes can be made within the first two weeks of a semester, dependent on a couple factors including availability and class size. Submit a request form in the office for your change request to be considered.

Students may view their graduation progress by logging into PowerSchool. In addition, a list of the credits required for graduation can be found in the student handbook. Students who are credit deficient should discuss credit recovery options with the school counselor.

Go to FAFSA.gov, and begin by clicking "Start Here." You'll then identify if you're the student, parent, or a preparer, and create an FSA ID. From there, you'll be guided through the process one step at a time. Be sure to have your Social Security Number available as well as those of your guardians. In addition, you'll need your guardians' tax return information from two years prior. For example, if filing in 2022, have tax info from 2020.

The counselor keeps an up-to-date document with links to many area scholarship applications. That document is shared with seniors frequently during late winter/early spring. Students are encouraged to search for additional scholarship opportunities in the community and from the college they plan to attend.

Students with a minimum 2.5 GPA are eligible to dual enroll through Baker College or NMC during their junior and senior years. They should meet with the school counselor to make a plan and begin the application process.

Students with a minimum 2.5 GPA are eligible to dual enroll through Baker College or NMC during their junior and senior years. They should meet with the school counselor to make a plan and begin the application process.

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