Financial Aid

  • In order for a student to qualify for financial aid, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form must be completed as soon as possible after January 1 of the student's senior year.  Only then can students qualify for grants, loans and student work programs.

    FAFSA can be completed online at or by a paper form that can be found in the Counseling and Career Center.

    There are a variety of online resources that can assist with the process and answer questions.  Our counselors are also available upon request.

    Financial Aid Links - Learn more about the types of financial aid available and how to complete FAFSA forms.  - Download the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE Application which is required by some 4 year colleges, learn about the CollegeBoard Education Loan Program and try the Financial Aid EasyPlanner tool to learn how to make college affordable. - Comprehensive resource guides available for financial aid from the US Department of Education and contact information. - Information on College and Financial Aid - Information that focuses on completing the FAFSA and accessing other federal, state and college financial aid programs