FREEPORT HIGH SCHOOL                                      May 2018



Wednesday Webinar:
Resources to Help Families Make Informed Decisions About Paying the Remaining Balance
Wednesday, June 13, 2018 • 10:00 a.m.–11:00 a.m.
Are you confused about the various financing options available to help families cover the remaining cost of higher education? Are you looking for resources to help your students and families become informed borrowers? If so, this is the webinar for you! During this webinar, we'll feature several new resources available through FAME that were created to help Maine students as they consider various higher education financing options, including student loans.

Intended Audience
This FREE webinar is intended for financial aid counselors, school counselors, college access advisors, as well as students and parents.

Mary Dyer, Financial Education Officer
Martha Johnston, Director of Education

Finance Authority of Maine

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Need help_ Visit FAMEmaine.com_FAFSA
Have questions about the FSA ID or FAFSA?
File as soon as possible
Filing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the first step to receiving financial aid. We recommend filing your FAFSA as soon as possible.

To complete the FAFSA, all students need an FSA ID--a username and password used to access FAFSA.gov. Additionally, if parent information is required on the FAFSA, one parent will also need his/her own FSA ID.

We'll guide you through the process
We're hearing lots of questions this year regarding the FSA ID. If you need assistance with your FSA ID or FAFSA, come to one of FAME's free In-Person FAFSA Help sessions. Every session is staffed with a financial aid expert to guide you through the process and answer any questions you may have. Find and register for an event near you:
Get online help at FAMEmaine.com
Prefer to get help at home?
Find the information you need to create your FSA ID and file your FAFSA at home:

Ready to tackle the FAFSA on your own? Visit FAFSA.gov to get started.

FAME will also be sharing reminders and FAFSA completion tips via social media:
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SAT & ACT Information

The SAT and ACT dates and registration deadlines are listed below.  Students and their families are responsible for registering online for any tests they plan on taking.  Test site locations, registration instructions and other information are available at www.collegeboard.org and www.actstudent.org.

SAT:  August 26 (registration deadline 7/28)            ACT:  September 9  (reg. deadline 8/4)

          October 7 (registration deadline 9/8)                         October 28  (reg. deadline 9/22)

          November 4 (registration deadline 10/5)                         December 9  (reg. deadline 11/3)

     December 2 (registration deadline 11/2)                      February 10 (reg. deadline 3/9

March 10  (registration deadline 2/9)                      April 14 (reg. deadline 5/5)

May 5 (registration deadline 4/6)                                June 9 (reg. deadline 5/4)

          June 2 (registration deadline 5/3)                            July 14 (reg. deadline 6/15)

    **Fee waivers are available through the Guidance Office for any family with financial hardship.  

 Freeport High School
30 Holbrook Street
Freeport, ME 04032
Phone: 207-865-4706        Fax: 207-865-2900
 Alexis Rog Guidance Team Leader/Counselor roga@rsu5.org Ext. 306Dana Clark School Counselor  Testing Coordinator clarkd@rsu5.org Ext. 304 Liz Peirce School Counselor Region 10 Coordinator peircel@rsu5.org Ext. 303
 Margarete Schnauck Social Worker schnauckm@rsu5.org Ext. 201Kim Callnan Registrar/Secretary callnank@rsu5.org Ext. 311   Sue Allen Secretary allens@rsu5.org Ext. 305