Helpful site for career exploration, college and financial aid.
Want to get your college answers online? You'll find a great resource in TG's Adventure in Education (AIE) website. This site helps you plan and apply for college, understand financial aid, learn how to manage money while in school, and prepare for your career.
APPLY TEXAS is the site where you will fill out the general application for Texas Colleges and Universities. REMEMBER your USERNAME and PASSWORD!! Be sure to record your information so that you can get to it. Leave it on the document in Mrs. Piper's office if you need a backup storage!!
Site maintained by the State of Texas Comptroller's Office. The site contains a wealth of information related to higher education, jobs, tuition savings plans, information on Texas colleges, and much more.
You MUST fill out this application in the second semester of your Senior year. This application determines your eligibility for nearly all forms of aid to pay for higher education at the institution of your choice - including grants, loans, and work-study. Some colleges even use the application to determine eligibility for certain scholarships.
The Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation Compendium of Texas Colleges and Financial Aid calendar is information furnished to the EveryChanceEveryTexas website about admission requirements for Texas colleges and universities, scholarships, and financial aid.
Helpful source for Financial Aid and College applications.
The Texas Financial Aid Information Center (TFAIC) is free and available to all Texas students and families. TFAIC representatives can help you with admission and financial aid applications, direct you to resources on planning and paying for college, and explain federal and Texas-based financial aid programs and services. Help is available in Spanish and English
HOURS: Monday-Thursday 8am - 6pm (CST) Friday 8-5 (CST)
Great website with tools on how to address questions raised by the Netflix Series
"13 Reasons Why". Links provide information for use by teens, parents, educators, clinicians, and others on how to deal with issues like suicide, sexual assault, bullying, social media awareness, etc.
Informative website with crisis numbers, website links and helpful information for parents, friends, or anyone who wants to know how to help someone considering suicide.
State map with live links that provide contact numbers for service centers that can provide mental health and wellness services.
This is a group of scholarships available for students in the top 26 counties of the Panhandle. It is a general application which must be submitted and then the scholarships for which you'd like to submit your application are selected. There are some pieces of information which must be submitted separately from your application and the CHS Office can upload those items if needed. GET YOUR APPLICATIONS IN NOW!!!
If you are involved in FCCLA, please go to this page and see the scholarship opportunities in TEXAS that are available to you. Click on Youth Leaders pulldown at the top of the page and then click on Youth Scholarship Applications in the red bar.
FFA Scholarship page to link to scholarships available for Texas, nationally, both general and specific. If you are involved in FFA, these scholarships may be for you!!
These are scholarship opportunities nationwide that are available to students who have been in FCCLA organization.
Helpful links for scholarships...general and category based.
Texas Financial Aid Information Center
Toll Free number to help answer questions dealing with Financial Aid and completing the FAFSA: