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College Fair, Tour & Scholarship Opportunities

Welcome to the College & Scholarship information page. Here we’ll share scholarship opportunities as well as college fairs, summer programs, and college preview dates. Check back often!

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R2DC Scholarship

Region 2 Dekalb Council of PTAs will be awarding one qualifying scholar from each Region of Dekalb Council of PTAs High Schools. The amount of the scholarship will be determined after all donations are received. We encourage our senior students to apply for this opportunity. All applications must be completed and submitted no later than Friday, March 11, 2022. NO EXCEPTIONS! Informational packages will be dropped off at all schools for students/parents to pick up from their Counselors. Additional ways to submit are attached and includes:

ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION - Click here

APPLICATION SUBMISSION

or QR code:

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College & Career Exploration Information

Common Market:

  • The Southern Regional Education Board Academic Common Market provides tuition discounts for more than 1900 academic programs in Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.

  • The Regional Contract Program enables students to pursue a professional health degree at out-of-state institutions, but pay in-state tuition at public institutions or reduced tuition at private institutions.

 

GAFutures: Need information about the Georgia HOPE Scholarship, check your HOPE GPA,  Zell Miller Scholarship, HOPE & Zell Miller grants, explore other scholarships, military, and federal aid, check out different career interests, and possibilities? You can do all that and more at GAFutures.org.

Financial Aid: (you can also check out financial aid info at GAFutures link listed above)

Every year the U.S. Department of Education helps connect nearly 15 million incoming college students with over $150 billion in education funding, and it all begins with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Given the complexity of the FAFSA, education experts at BestColleges.com have published the easy-to-follow guide, Understanding the FAFSA, which includes detailed sections on:

  • What you need before you get started

  • A section-by-section guide on completing the FAFSA

  • What to do once you fill out the forms

 

Up Next is a FREE college access tool that gives high school and college students, parents, and college counselors across the country personalized support on all things college – college search and application, federal student aid, even student loan repayment – all through texting. Sign up by texting “COLLEGE” to 44044.

Learn How to Become
Learn more about non-traditional careers for women including opportunities and benefits for women in male-dominated professions. You can learn more at the Learn How to Become website by visiting the non-traditional careers for women page.


Male and Female students interested in various careers can go to the Learn How to Become website to learn how to turn your passion into a career or how to take your interests and turn it into a job.

Khan Academy offers study assistance with various subjects, but did you know they also offer college resources? They offer an online resource that covers navigating the college application process, writing a great essay, financial aid, and more.

Chegg offers information on colleges, high school homework help (free 30 minutes online tutoring), and you can save on your college textbooks once you get into college.

Cappex offers college searches, reviews by those who have attended, and college scholarships.

College Success for Women in STEM

Check out this guide for information on companies that are recruiting women for STEM careers, career ideas for women interested in STEM careers, STEM on Campus for information on programs on college campuses, and STEM Scholarships for Women.

 

Scholarship Opportunities:

Go to SHS Counseling website for scholarship opportunities.

College Board Scholarships – new, Opportunity Scholarships with no minimum GPA