I am a senior. Now what?

This website is owned by SAT, but is has some wonderful information on planning for college.


This website have information on how to prepare for the ACT, practice tests, tests dates, and test registration.

College Navigator

This website can help you see what colleges are out there in your interest area.  It also has links to help with financial aid and career information.


This website has links to help with test prep, financial aid, and scholarship searches.

Education Planner

This website has information on career exploration, school search, and financial aid.


This website has information on college planning, preparing for life after high school, career exploration, financial aid, and making good financial decisions.


Fastweb is a scholarship search engine.


FAFSA is how you will apply for most financial aid outside of scholarships.  This needs to be completed before Feb 15 of your senior year.  You do not have to have tax information by Feb 15, but you do have to "complete" the application.  If you do not have the previous year's tax information when you first complete your application.  You will need to go back in and add it later.

Student Aid

This website helps explain student finacial aid. is a scholarship search engine.

College Peas - Scholarships

This is another scholarship search engine.

MoneyGeek - FAFSA Help

This is a VERY informative step by step guide to the FAFSA.

MoneyGeek - How to pay for college

This gives creative ideas on how to pay for college.

Ultimate FAFSA Resource Guide

This is simply a list of other websites that could help you out.


ACT test prep

Junior Information
Junior Class Visit #1

Introduction to myself - Brief description of transcripts - How to sign up for text messages - Important Dates - Tests - Waivers - NCAA/NAIA - Colleges/Scholarships - RCAC


TN Electronic Library has various ACT subject practice tests.

Spring 18 ACT Boot Camp Information

44 Unknown College Scholarships

The Krazy Coupon Lady is helping us out by collecting a list of unknown scholarships.  Some of are really fun so check them out!


US Dept of Labor

FAQ about Scholarships

Avoid Scams


After you make an account, you have to log back in and click Apply for Scholarships in the upper left corner.  Select TNPromise and fill out the actual application.


Jackie Robinson Foundation - Due 2/1/18



To be eligible for a Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship, an applicant must:

  • Be a graduating, minority high school senior
  • Plan to attend an accredited and approved four-year institution within the United States
  • Show leadership potential
  • Demonstrate a dedication to community service
  • Present evidence of financial need
  • Be a United States citizen
  • Have a minimum SAT score of 1,000 combined on the math and critical reading sections or a composite ACT score of 21
  • Not possess a degree from a 2 or 4-year college when applying for the scholarship

MG Law Scholarship - Due 7/1/18

Order a Yearbook

If you have any questions, see Ms. Groce or email her at

Internet Safety Video

This is the internet safety video that was shown during our Bully discussions.  For parent guide and student hand out, please look at file manager.

FAFSA Resources and Links

There are several excellent worksheets that can help with the FAFSA ID and FAFSA.

TNPromise Volunteer Opportunities
Main Street Dayton

You can contact Rachel Marshall at or 423-775-9847 to inquire is to how you can volunteer.

Creative Discovery Museum

CDM uses volunteers throughout the year for various events.

Life Care Center of Rhea County

Life Care need volunteers to interact with residents with the following activities.

- Table Games

- Books, crafts, cards

- Outdoor visiting areas including chalk/bubbles, table for picnics

- Outdoor/lawn games

- Walking paths and art displays

- More!!!

Ronald McDonald House Charities

For more information about volunteering contact Ricky Robbins, Volunteer Coordinator, at 423-778-4333 or email

Hospice of Chattanooga

You can make a real difference for patients and their families at the end of life’s journey. To learn more or set up a time to come in the office to get started, please call (423)892-4289