Citizenship, Scholarship, Character
Identify Career Options
Identify Interests and Find Corresponding Careers:
Research Using the My Next Move site sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor:
Research Careers in the Occupational Outlook Handbook Published by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics:
Increase Student Preparation
Practice for the ACT & SAT College Entrance Tests:
Khan Academy partnered with the College Board, the company behind the SAT college entrance test, to deliver online SAT prep free of charge to students:
Taking Advanced Placement Classes? Consider Registering for SAT Subject Tests!
Many Ivy League & private universities are now requiring SAT Subject Tests to supplement traditional ACT & SAT scores. Students in Advanced Placement courses who plan to take the AP test should also consider registering for the SAT Subject Test. It may be required later as part of the admissions process. If students have a dream school in mind, they should research that school's admission requirements well ahead of time, to see what subject tests may be required.
Find College & Career Training
Not Sure Where to Start? Create an Account on BigFuture, a Free Tool Provided by The College Board that Allows You to Search and Save Colleges (Along with Relevant Deadlines for the Schools You Select).
Research Colleges that Change Lives:
Expand your Research Using the U.S. Department of Education's College Navigator:
Oklahoma Career Tech Provides a Path to Industry Certification in a Variety of Career Fields:
Earn College Credit in High School
Advanced Placement Courses:
Norman High School has several Advanced Placement Course Offerings. Students can earn college credit while they are in high school for earning qualifying scores on the AP exam at the end of an Advanced Placement Course.
The Oklahoma State Regents will cover the cost of tuition for up to 18 credit hours during the school year for senior students who meet concurrent admission requirements. Students are responsible for covering the cost of books and fees. For more information, students should visit with their counselor. For information about concurrent enrollment at local colleges and universities visit the links below:
Fund College & Career Training
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid when it becomes available in October of the Senior Year!
Colleges use information reported on the FAFSA to help determine how scholarships are awarded, and as part of an accountability piece pertaining to how funds are distributed.
The CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE: By Filling out One Form, Students can Apply Online for Non-Federal Financial Aid from Almost 400 Colleges and Scholarship Programs:
Search Scholarships at the State & National Level:
Search Scholarships in the OKC Metro Area:
Hoping to Earn an Athletic Scholarship?
Student Athletes Must Register with the NCAA to be Considered by College Recruiters. Student Athletes who Register with the NCAA Should Inform Their Counselor, to Ensure that the Student is Enrolled in Courses that Meet NCAA Requirements. To Register, Visit the Link Below:
Norman Graduates can Earn Industry Certifications Tuition-Free at the Moore Norman Technology Center:
Reserve Officer Training Programs:
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