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Guidance Department

Mike Brey-Assistant Principal

Mitchell Ford-Secretary

Arlene Mathus-Clerk

LaJeanne Moore-Registrar

Guidance Counselors/Academic Advisors

Kayla Hansen- Grade 9 A-Z Guidance Counselor

Christina Smith - Grades 9-12 Special Education Academic Advisor

Cindy Pollard Grades 10-12 A-G Guidance Counselor

Chrissie Turner- Grades 10-12 H-O Guidance Counselor

Tami Williams- Grades 10-12 P-Z Guidance Counselor

McKendree University On Site Admissions

November 30th


Seniors must have a 2.5 GPA for admission​. Seniors with a ​GPA of 2.75+ will receive academic scholarships which will be awarded at the time of admission.

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Complete an online McKendree Application and transcript request before November 23rd.


FAFSA

FAFSA Completion Requirement

Beginning with the 2020-21 academic year, state law now requires all Illinois public high school seniors to complete either the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the Alternative Application for Illinois Financial Aid (Alternative Application) as a prerequisite to receiving a high school diploma. Additionally, high schools are expected to provide students and their families with any support or guidance necessary to comply with the requirement. For students who choose not to file an application, a waiver may be completed by their parent. The Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) makes available through their website a FAFSA Nonparticipation Form for this purpose (in English and Spanish). High school counselors are encouraged to contact ISBE for guidance on using the waiver.

All college bound seniors are encouraged to complete FAFSA beginning October 1st. The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is money from the federal government that helps you pay for college or career schools. More than $150 billion in federal student aid is available through grants. work-study, and loans every year. The sooner you apply the better your chances to receive grants. Go to www.FAFSA.gov to apply.

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is now open! We urge you to encourage your students to fill it out as soon as possible.

Filing the FAFSA can be accomplished in under a half-hour if students have the necessary information ready:

* Student's Social Security Number

* Parents' Social Security numbers, if the student is a dependent

*Student's Driver's license number, if they have one

*Records of untaxed income, such as child support received, interest income, and veterans noneducation benefits for the student and their parents, if the student is a dependent

* Information on cash, savings, and checking account balances; investments, including stocks, bonds, and real estate (but not including the home in which they live); and business and farm assets for the student and their parents, if the student is a dependent

* Federal tax information or tax returns, including IRS W-2 information for the student, the student's spouse if they are married, and their parents, if the student is a dependent