John Marshall Go Center

 John Marshall Go Center (formerly the College Cafe)  is a resource center for all students to utilize for college and career research and is now located A109, next door to the library. 

Mrs. Rhonda Fryer is the College Career Readiness Technician and is available to assist students and parents.  She may be reached at  
  • 210-397-7142 or by email
I am frequently out of the center attending meetings or working with students in classrooms or computer labs, so email is the most efficient means of communication.

The Go Center is open to students before school, during their lunches and after school. Students may obtain a pass from either a teacher or counselor to utilize the resources during the school day. College Representatives schedule visits throughout the year and students may obtain a pass to attend any of these sessions from Mrs. Fryer.  


Stop by the Go Center to sign up for text

About me... The class of 2018 will be my 18th group of Seniors.  I am looking forward to assisting you with the college/career planning, application and financial aid processes you will need to complete this year.  

Planning and preparation are the key to post secondary or "life after high school" success!

FAFSA Workshop @ JMHS
Tuesday, October 30
in the Go Center

Mrs. Fryer will host a FAFSA 
Workshop session
to assist parents and students with finanicial aid and the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA after school onin the JMHS College Cafe in the Cafeteria. 
This workshop is intended to complete the 2019-2020 FAFSA.  Bring the 2017IRS taxes.
FAFSA processing workshops will be available on the following dates in the Go Center
from 4:00 until 7:00.
10/30          11/7          11/28           12/18

Remember to bring your completed IRS 2017 Income Taxes.  Information on all assets and bank accounts will be necessary as well. 
Worksheets are available in the Go Center.
 Assistance with the Verification Process or interpreting your Award Letter 
will be available as well.

Northwest Vista, UTSA and the San Antonio Education Partnership (Cafe College) are also be available to assist students with either FAFSA or Admissions issues.

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