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Nashua High School North

Developing a College List. Explore List of Schools utilizing the equation of 2 2 2Research 2 or more safety schools including a financial safetyResearch 2 OR MORE target schoolsResearch 2 or more reach schools. College Searches. www.access.bridges.comUser ID - 0100335Password nashua

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Nashua High School North

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    1. Nashua High School North College Presentation Renee Gauthier Manny Manolopoulos Tina Hamilton Teresa Pollard Scott Johnson Nicole Leclaire - Outreach 1

    2. Developing a College List Explore List of Schools utilizing the equation of 2 + 2 + 2 Research 2 or more safety schools including a financial safety Research 2 OR MORE target schools Research 2 or more reach schools

    3. College Searches www.access.bridges.com User ID - 0100335 Password nashua Additional websites: www.collegeboard.com www.petersons.com www. Usnews.com www.collge.gov 3

    4. Admission Factors Courses taken Grades received Class Rank Standardized test scores Personal statements and essays Recommendations Extracurricular activities Interviews (if required) Additional factors

    5. UNH Requirements for Admission English 4 years Mathematics 4 years Science (lab) 4 years Social Studies 3 years Foreign Language 3 years SAT Critical Reading 500 610 SAT Math 510 620 2.8 GPA on 4.0 Scale

    6. Harvard Admission Requirements English 4 years Mathematics 4 years Social Studies 3 years History 2 years Science 4 years Foreign Language 4 years SAT Critical Reading 690 800 SAT Math 700 780 SAT Writing 690 - 790 SAT Subject Tests required ( Any 3)

    7. New Hampshire Community Technical College High School Diploma or GED SAT not required Rolling Admission School has own placement tests Exceptions apply to the nursing program and other specialized programs

    8. Application Deadlines Early Decision binding agreement Early Action non binding agreement Generally the application dates for Early Decision and Early Action are by the first of November and vary from school to school. Regular Decision Rolling Admission

    9. Standardized Testing SAT Reasoning Test - is a multiple-choice test designed to measure your verbal, mathematical and writing abilities. SAT Subject Tests, recommended or required by some colleges. ACT curriculum-based testing North code: 300430 South code: 300431 Most colleges now require official score reports. Students should register with the college board to send their scores directly to schools which they are applying to.

    10. SAT Reasoning Test There are 3 sections: Mathematics Critical Reading Writing Scores will range from 200 800 on each section *NEW* Score Choice By Test Date NOT individual test All scores from all test dates will be sent unless you opt in to score choice

    11. Standardized Testing Register for SATs and/or SAT Subject Tests Administered at NHSN Register by Oct. 1st for November 7th Test Register by Oct. 30t for December 5th Test Register by Dec. 15th for January 23rd Test www.collegeboard.com 11

    12. Standardized Testing ACT if desired Administered at Alvirne and Memorial High Schools Register by Oct. 2nd (late) for Oct. 24th Test Register by Nov. 6th for Dec. 12th Test Register by Jan. 5th for Feb. 6th Test www.actstudent.org 12

    13. College Essay Download applications and review college essay topics Download Common Application and review college essay choices

    14. Teacher letters of recommendation Get release form from guidance office or online if requested by teacher Ask teacher about their policy Give teacher resume or student profile Provide teacher with any supplemental forms Ask about turn around time Ask for letter at least 3 weeks in advance Provide teacher with application deadline Thank-you letters to teachers are appreciated 14

    15. College Applications Obtain paper applications or Apply online (possible fee waiver) Check for additional school forms to be given to counselor and teacher Be aware of all deadlines 15

    16. Common Application www.commonapp.org Allows you to use 1 app for many schools List of participating schools online There is a school report form (guidance counselor) There are two teacher evaluation forms Check for other supplemental forms and deadlines List of application deadlines are online 16

    17. Common Application UNH, Plymouth State and Keene State are ONLY ACCEPTING THE COMMON APP Nashua High Schools are NOT SET UP FOR ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSION AND WILL BE MAILING ALL DOCUMENTS 17

    18. Requesting Transcripts Transcript request form available in Guidance offices or online Must have 1 per school $3 processing fee per transcript Present any additional forms from college Must see your counselor in person Must be signed by a parent if a student is not 18 Transcript requests and forms must be submitted to Guidance Counselor three (3) weeks prior to application deadline 18


    20. What is sent with your transcript? An official copy of your transcript A copy of your senior schedule Your AP scores if requested and applicable A counselor recommendation if requested Any supplemental forms provided to counselor Any teacher recommendations provided to counselor A NHSN school profile NEW -Your UNOFFICIAL SAT/ACT scores WILL NOT BE SENT 20

    21. Responsibilities Students responsibilities Sending application Including check (payment) Resume Essay Sending official SATs from College Board directly to schools Financial Aid and Scholarships Teacher recommendations Requesting transcript Supplemental Forms 21

    22. Responsibilities Counselor responsibilities Sending transcript (transform if appropriate) Counselor recommendation if requested Sending Teacher recommendations if provided School report form if provided School profile Mid year report (automatic after semester 1 ends) Final transcript (student will get form at end of year to indicate) 22

    23. Financial Aid FAFSA Mandatory Form for all post secondary schools, must be filled out after January 1, 2010. Parents should retain their 2008 tax return to estimate or have a copy of their 2009 W2 form to complete this form. CSS Profile Required for some private colleges and universities.

    24. Financial Aid Financial Aid Night Dec. 17th 6PM FAFSA www.fafsa.ed.gov CSS Profile www.collegeboard.com www.nhheaf.org (NH Higher Ed Asst. Found.) College financial aid forms 24

    25. Financial Aid Helpful Hint: Familiarize and educate yourself about college costs and financial aid. Remember the term cost of attendance Feel free to call individual financial aid offices. Utilize NHHEAF 1-800-525-2577 ext 119 for free assistance and appointments. www.nhheaf.org

    26. Financial Aid Award Letter Night March 18th 6PM SAR (Student Aid Report) information night presented by NHHEAF 26

    27. Scholarships www.nashua.edu Nashua High School North Guidance Webpage link to scholarships All Active applications are in D301 Guidance 27

    28. Scholarship websites www.fastweb.com www.finaid.org www.nhheaf.org www.nh93.com Scholarship applications and information are located in D301 as they become available-LISTEN TO ANNOUNCEMENTS and on WEBPAGE SCROLL 28

    29. NCAA www.ncaaclearinghouse.org Or link to NHS North guidance website Division 1 and Division 2 college sports Speak with Coaches Meeting eligibility requirements is the students responsibility 29

    30. Educational Talent Search Selected students are eligible for this program. Federally funded program that provides academic advising, career, college and financial aid information Requirements: Parents or guardians have not yet graduated from a four year school. Limited family income. Single parent household. Eligible for free or reduced lunch.

    31. College REP Visits To North We are happy to inform you that we have a series of college visits scheduled-the list is available on the Guidance webpage. Students have the opportunity to meet with the admissions representatives to gather further information. Students can view the list and sign up in the B201 GUIDANCE OFFICE 31

    32. College Fair Monday, November 2nd 7:00 8:30 pm Nashua High School North Gymnasium 32

    33. College Admissions & Student Panel NEW November 19th 6PM College Admission Reps from the area as well as recent North Graduates will answer your questions about the college application process 33

    34. Questions Terri Pollard pollardt@nashua.edu A-Coo Tina Hamilton hamiltonti@nashua.edu Cop-Hart Scott Johnson johnsonsc@nashua.edu Hat-Mays Renee Gauthier gauthierr@nashua.edu Mc-Rod Emanuel Manolopoulos manolopoulose@nashua.edu Roe-Z Nicole Leclaire leclairen@nashua.edu Outreach Maureen ODea odeam@nashua.edu Director 34

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