Helpful Web Sites (listed alphabetically)

ACT: You can register for tests and check out your scores among other great features

Cappex:  This site helps with college searches in addition to scholarship searches.

College Board: This is the site for SAT and Advanced Placement testing. Also a great site for college and financial aid planning

You Can Go (College Board): Help selecting, and picking a college, major etc. Information on financial aid too!

College in Colorado:  A great site for college and career planning

College Opportunity Fund: All students want to register with COF for in-state tuition rates to Colorado schools

Colleges That Change Lives: A great web site for a small, different approach to the typical college experience

Colorado Asset: A resource for students looking to get into college

Colorado Community College System: Information on all the community colleges in Colorado

Colorado Crisis Services1-800-493-8255 A great place to get help for yourself or a loved one. 

Common App: This site allows you to apply to many colleges with only one application

Education Cents: Information on how to pay for college

FAFSA: This is the ONLY legitimate FAFSA web site

Fastweb: Site where you can get a lot of scholarships. Be warned: this site is for the WHOLE country, so there may be a lot of competition

Gap Year Programs: instead of heading straight to college/work maybe you should consider a gap year. Check out the links below for options for more information.

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

Kaplan Test Prep

Mental Health Partners: Counseling services   

NAEHCY: National Association for the Education of Homeless Children and Youth

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 

NCAA Eligibility Center:  National Collegiate Athletic Association

OASOS: (for LGBTIQ Youth)

Online Colleges, Scholarships and Degree Programs

Princeton Review Test Prep

Quest Bridge:  A college matching site with the opportunity to win scholarships.

SVVSD High School Counseling: The district high school counseling site has info on financial aid, graduation requirements and college planning

Teen Clinic: Serving local teens for their health needs.

Teens Ending Relationship Abuse (TERA):  A site for young men and young women who need help exiting/dealing with an abusive relationship. 

The Sky Line: Skyline’s student-run online newspaper.

Western Undergraduate Exchange:  Site that helps students interested in attending an out-of-state school but at the Colorado tuition price (this is not guaranteed)