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    Ballard High School Current College Visits and Event Information

    Students who are interested should sign up in the notebook on the College/Career Specialist’s desk, for a visit that interest them. The student should write a pass (available inside the notebook). On the day of the visit, show the pass to your teacher and ask for permission to attend. The workshops will be held in the Counseling Center unless otherwise noted. We will take attendance and give the list to the Attendance Secretary to excuse your class absence.  


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    UPCOMING EVENTS 

    View the Seniors College Planning Dates & Reminders 2018-2019



    RESOURCES

    College Preparation Events 2018-19 | The Seattle Public Schools strategic plan outlines the goal of all students prepared for college, career, and life. There are many steps students should take to be prepared for college. The Department of College and Career is here to support students as they navigate this process. Read more about College and Career Readiness at Seattle Public Schools. 


    ATTN: First Generation Students | Community for Accredited Online Schools has created a guide which focuses on grants, scholarships, and additional resources that first-generation students can use as a resource for making decisions.  https://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/first-generation-college-students/
    Visit the SPS and BHS Scholarship Bulletins page for a Seattle Public School Scholarship listing as well as a Ballard High School Scholarship Bulletin for local scholarships for students. 
    Paying For Collage & FAFSA Application Info | Keep up to date with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) process by visiting the Federal Student Aid website. 

    The Parent's Guide to Completing The FAFSA - Helps families in completing the FAFSA.

    Do Students Need Insurance When They Go to College? Whether you’re a student or the parent of one, it’s important to stay educated about insurance. Many universities are now requiring students to have some form of health insurance.
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