Please fill this form out and return in it to Mrs. Miller for college visits.
College Search Tools
OCIS – Ohio Career Information System, great aide in college searching.
www.Cappex.com – Start a profile and search for colleges! See your chances of getting accepted as well!
www.princetonreview.com– Helpful college search aide.
www.collegeprowler.com– Open discussions about colleges from students and future students perspectives.
www.Mymajors.com – Create a profile to find the best college fit for you.
Ohio Board of Regents – Information on colleges in Ohio as well as scholarships and financial aid
Peterson’s Online – Collection of useful information on the college search, financial aid, and test prep processes
Mapping Your Future – Career planning as well as helpful aide in the selection of a school and how to pay for it.
EduTrek – College search aide, provides multiple search routes for schools.
Click Here to learn more about the Military and education
What are your chances of a college athletic scholarship? Get an idea from this helpful infographic from ecollegefinder.com
Great informational webinar on the reality of college athletic scholarships and what you need to do if interested in being a scholarship athlete or playing college sports. It is aimed at students and parents.
NCAA – This is the homepage for the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The largest of the college athletic associations. Two helpful guides are their quick reference card and their guide for the college bound student athlete.
NCAA Eligibility Center– This site will provide you with information about initial-eligibility at NCAA Division I and II member colleges and universities. If you are thinking about playing sports at a Division I or II school you must register with the clearinghouse. Be sure to bring in the two release forms to the guidance office after you register. Please note that the clearinghouse is no longer accepting ACT scores sent on high school transcripts. You must request that ACT send the scores directly to the clearinghouse after you have tested. A list of AHS courses that count towards NCAA eligibility can be found here.
NAIA – The homepage for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. It is made up of small private or independent colleges, but has many of the same requirements as the NCAA. The NAIA also has put together a guide for NAIA bound college athletes. Students interested in playing at an NAIA school must register with the NAIA Eligibility Center
NJCAA The National Junior College Athletic Association provides opportunities for student-athletes to continue their athletic careers. The NJCAA is divided into three divisions just like the NCAA. The schools that are members of this organization are two-year community and junior colleges. After completing their eligibility, a student-athlete may choose to continue their academic and athletic career at a NCAA or NAIA school.