High School Student Resources

Check out these resources for your grade:

9th Grade

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade

 

 

 

    

9th Grade Alumni Resources

Top Five Freshmen Year Tips

1. Connect with your teachers

2. Join a sport or a club

3. Complete all your homework on time

4. Create a file for report cards, honors/ awards, and info about colleges, electronic list of your activities, volunteer opportunities and work experiences

5. Advocate to be in honors (or AP classes) for sophomore year

Roadmap to College– Everything you need to know on your high school journey toward college- KnowHow2Go 

Websites to Search for Colleges:

Websites to Explore Majors and Careers:

Websites to Save for College:

Scholarships to Aspire to:

Top Summer Opportunities: 

Summer Programs at College:

Summer Jobs- Registration for Boston Youth:

 

10th Grade Alumni Resources

Top Five Sophomore Year Tips

1. Advocate to be in honors (or AP classes)

2. Find a site where you can volunteer regularly

3. Improve your grades by studying on a regular basis (in addition to assigned homework)

4. Apply early to various summer opportunities/ jobs

 

5. Take the PSAT and Practice ACT

 

College Admission Test Study Opportunities- SAT and ACT

Websites to Search for Colleges:

Websites to explore majors and careers:

Scholarships to aspire:

Top Summer Opportunities:

Summer Programs at College:

Summer Jobs- Registration for Boston Youth:

 

11th Grade Alumni Resources

Top Five Junior Year Tips

1. Learn how to compute your GPA

2. Utilize free time throughout the day to do homework and study. Put 100% effort on each assignment to boost grades

3. Make a study plan for the SAT or ACT. Take the SAT or ACT at least once in the spring

4. Visit colleges

5. Find a site where you can volunteer regularly (unless you have a part time job throughout the year)

 

College Admission Test Study Opportunities- SAT and ACT

Websites to search for colleges:

Websites to explore majors and careers:

Scholarships- Apply Grade 11:

Scholarships- Apply Grade 12:

Summer Programs at College:

Other Summer Opportunities:

Summer Jobs- Registration for Boston Youth:

 

12th Grade Alumni Resources

Top Five Senior Year Tips

1. Include two state universities on your college list

2. Complete and mail out college applications by December 15th

3. Submit your FAFSA by February 1st

4. Apply for scholarships

5. Compare your financial aid award letters with OHSCS or a community based organization

Websites to search for colleges:

Websites to explore majors and careers:

Apply for College and Financial Aid:

Essay Support- College and Scholarship Applications:

Website to search for scholarships:

Scholarships: