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Please stop by the CCR Center if you need assistance with the FAFSA.
- Job Shadowing
Seniors are reminded to turn in their job shadowing permission forms. Job shadowing will be scheduled during the 3rd nine weeks.
- WKU Dual Credit Registration Process
Dual Credit Registration Process (directions from the guidance counselor)
in the center of screen click on
Ready to Register LEARN MORE (in red)
In Step One:
If you are taking a dual credit class that is taught here at school then choose Caverna in the drop down menu and follow directions (SPANISH AND CHEMISTRY)
If you are taking an online course, pick that option and follow directions.
The Math 109 will not be needed if you are already benchmark in math
The Eng 100 will not be needed if you are already benchmark in English
- Morehead State University Information
Anyone who is interested in information on Morehead, should visit these links: http://www.moreheadstate.edu/meetmsu/: or http://www.moreheadstate.edu/openhouse/
Campus visits can be arranged for Monday through Friday by calling 606-782-2000 ext. 3.
- ACT Registration Information
Go to http://www.actstudent.org/ to register for the next available ACT date.
- ACT Information
Students and parents, be sure to visit this site for current information on preparing for and registering to take the ACT. Students, click on the test prep tab for some practice questions. The college planning and career planning tabs also have some great information.
- Scholarship Search
There are scholarships that fit into all sorts of categories, so you can find all sorts of opportunities on the site. On top of all this, there are several advice articles and instructional videos on the website that students may be interested in.
- Career Research
Not sure what to do after high school? Go to this site for help deciding!
- Accredited Schools Online
Accredited Schools Online is an online organization dedicated to helping students find accredited, affordable programs that meet their learning goals and needs.
- Learn about Financial Aid Course
The course contains 4 main sections with 22 short lectures and should not take any longer than about an hour and a half to complete. In addition, many of the lectures have videos embedded to help provide more information to students.
- Research Career Salaries
Check out payscale.com to research salaries typical for various careers.
- Accredited Schools Online
Guidebook to online learning
- SCHOOL STUDENT LOAN DEBT RANKINGS BY STATE
This site has ranked over 1,300 individual institutions to show which colleges are giving students the most, and the least, amount of student debt at graduation. The website encourages students and families to consider student loan debt during the college decision process.
- College Acceptance Rate Information
This website was created to help high school seniors compare the acceptance rate information for many of the popular colleges in the United States.
Articles for each college/university provide information such as:
- Typical admission requirements
- Typical acceptance rates
- Application process
- College information
This website is free to use for students and families.
- Learn How To Become
A huge number of students are now enrolling in fully-online degree programs -- 2.6 million in 2012 -- in order to further their career goals. Not-for-profit universities are meeting students' demands and making online programs more accessible than before. This guidebook can help new and returning students understand the online academic landscape and how best to succeed in an online degree program.
- ACT Information and Test Practice
- Test Prep Resources
- Online Degree Guidebook
- Your Financial Aid Journey in 5 Steps
This is an easy to follow guide which navigates students and parents through the financial aid process--starting with the FAFSA.
- CavernaCCR Twitter Page
- Caverna CCR Facebook Page
- CCR Center's Pinterest Page
- Open Education Database
OEDb is a comprehensive online education directory for both free and for-credit learning options. They offer up-to-date, detailed program information from accredited online colleges for degree seekers and categorize free online college courses from well-known universities and providers.
- College Scorecard
College Scorecards in the U.S. Department of Education’s College Affordability and Transparency Center make it easier for you to search for a college that is a good fit for you. You can use the College Scorecard to find out more about a college’s affordability and value so you can make more informed decisions about which college to attend.
- College Vocabulary Terms
Check out this link for help in understanding college terms.
- College Summit App Map
Use the College Summit App Map to find apps to support, inform, and coach you to and through college. Most apps are free.
- Facebook ACT Page
This link directs you to a Facebook page where you can find ACT information.
- Individual Learning Plan
Students can follow this link to work on ILPs. See Mrs. Waters if you need your user name and password.
- Looking for Career Information?
This website is a great source for researching career information. You might want to click on the find occupations tab and then select career cluster, which will lead you to many additional sources. The advanced search tab also allows you to browse by abilities and interests. This is definitely a site to research!
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid
This site is used to complete your FAFSA. You may want to preview it, but during the year, we will schedule a KHEAA representative who will assist you in completing your FAFSA at no charge to you.
- WKU Talent Search
This site has some helpful information including a page that lists most of the public and private universities in Kentucky.
- Go To College
Check out this site that provides additional links for information on going to college.
- Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority
The KHEAA site is an important site to visit to for ideas on choosing a college, exploring how to pay for college, and checking on YOUR KEES money.
- WKU Dual Credit Program
Caverna is a participating school in Western Kentucky University's dual credit program. This is a great opportunity to get a head start on college at a significantly reduced tuition rate. Browse this site for specifics!
- Career & College Advice Made Simple
Planning resources are available on this site for middle school students, high school students, college students, and adults & career changers. Check it out!