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College & Career Resources

Beyond Graduation from Anderson High School Looking ahead to graduation can be an 

exciting time for students and families. There 

are many things to consider beyond high 

school and we wanted to give information as 

you prepare for the future. 

 

Let us help you Enroll, Enlist, or Employ

Enroll-College 

Enlist-Local Military Recruiters 

Employ-Finding great careers and help in 

deciding what is next for you after AHS. 

 

ENROLL: College Entrance Exams- JUNIORS AND SENIORS

Counselors recommend taking the ACT or SAT for the 1st time during junior year.

The ACT tests in five different areas: reading, English, math and scientific reasoning. If you are on free or reduced textbook rental you are eligible for a fee waiver. To obtain a waiver, contact your counselor.

The SAT tests verbal and math reasoning performance, and has a writing section. The SAT also has fee waivers for those who qualify.

AHS to offer the SAT to seniors only on 10/28. Register by 9/8: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdczYKRnhgDDYUpxltDeI99bM9LRToK6T2cJYpQzlUEXHv5UA/viewform?usp=sf_link

Mrs. Wilson will be in the cafeteria to collect fees 9/8,9/15, & 9/22. Fees are due by 9/22.

College Board: SAT registration, preparation, and more
ACT: ACT registration, preparation, and more
Number2: Free SAT/ACT test prep

 

ENROLL: College Application information- Indiana Colleges and Universities- All Students

Indiana College Costs: http://www.indianacollegecosts.org/explore-indiana-colleges/

Learn More Indiana: https://learnmoreindiana.org/college

College View: Extensive information on colleges
Career Colleges: Search for career colleges and technical schools
Trip to College: Virtual college tours, campus maps, videos, and pictures
CollegeBoard: SAT/ACT info, selecting the right college for you, college search engine
Princeton Review: Extensive information regarding testing, college entrance requirements, careers, and more
Common Application: Use one application to apply to multiple schools. Nearly 700 schools use this common application.
U.S. News and World Report: Rankings of colleges, online programs, and grad programs based on different factors and criteria
College View: College search site including virtual tours
In Like Me: College admission and student/financial aid resource hub 
NCAA Eligibility Center: Plan to be a student-athlete in college? You must create an account here to be certified.
Affordable Colleges Online: Not-for-profit universities and online universities in Indiana that are affordable 
National Association for College Admission Counseling: Find college fairs or get tips about the application process, preparing for college,or choosing a college 
Mapping Your Future
e-Campus Tours: 360 degree virtual tours of over 1,300 schools
HBU Connect: Historical Black Colleges and Universities search site
eKnowledge: Free SAT and ACT preparation programs
TransferIN: Transfer credit hours between institutions in Indiana
Transferology: Easy transfer of college credit between universities across the United States
 
ENROLL: Financial Aid Information
A scholarship opportunities page is listed to the right, or you can click here.
Sallie Mae College Planning: Plan for college with tools from this site, including scholarships, financial aid, and student loans
Finaid.org: The Smart Student's guide to financial aid
LendEDU Promotes financial literacy through free educational resources, focusing on financial aid, student loans, college budgeting, etc. A free college scholarship search is also available.

 

ENROLL:Transcript request

All transcript requests need to be done through Parchment. Please create an account and there is no fee to request high school transcripts. Please see Mrs. Rogers with any transcript questions or concerns. https://www.parchment.com/u/auth/login?referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.parchment.com%2Fu%2Fdashboard

Dual Credit transcripts- If you have taken any dual credit or college classes, you must request a transcript from the college/university.


 

ENLIST : United States Armed Services

Military Careers: Learn more about possible career paths in the United States Military.

Air Force- Staff Sergeant McPeek 765-810-8642

Army- Staff Sergeant McKoy 765-543-7293

Indiana Army National Guard- SSG Salinas 765-215-0827

Marines- SSgt. Dresbach 574-302-1894

Navy- EM3 Levesque 317-495-5506


EMPLOY:

D26: https://careercenter.acsc.net/

Roadtrip Nation: https://roadtripnation.com/

Learn More Indiana Career: https://learnmoreindiana.org/career

Indiana Career Ready: https://www.indianacareerready.com/JobSeeker/ExploreInterests

Bureau of Labor Statistics: https://www.bls.gov/jobs/

Indiana Unions: https://www.topnotch.org/industry-links

Indiana Department of Workforce Development: https://www.in.gov/dwd/

Indiana Career Connect: https://www.indianacareerconnect.com/vosnet/Default.aspx

 

Struggling with your future plans: Interest/Personality/Career Assessments

Strong's Career Assessment :  https://www.themyersbriggs.com/en-US/Products-and-Services/Strong

16 Personalities: https://www.16personalities.com/esfj-personality

Enneagam: https://app.cloverleaf.me/take-enneagram