School counselors can find the resources referenced during the Fall Counselor Workshops hosted by CCASD.
Educators can access a flyer, sample parent letter and social media graphics to communicate the Dakota Dreams Online Tutoring Program to parents and students.
Congratulations! You are officially a senior in high school, which means graduation is getting closer and closer! With that comes the extra importance of staying on top of the college prep checklist for 12th graders and completing the necessary tasks to help make your Dakota Dreams come true.
With only two years left of high school, make sure you are taking advantage of all your opportunities by addressing the tasks on our college prep checklist for 11th grade students.
Use the college prep checklist for 10th grade students to ensure you are approaching your future prepared and knowledgeable about the many opportunities available.
Your first year of high school is the perfect time to consider your future. Use the college prep checklist for 9th grade students to start preparing.
Financial aid offers will be shared with you after you’ve completed the FAFSA and been accepted to a college. These offer letters, sent from the colleges to which you’ve been accepted, outline how much the college will cost and what kind of financial aid package you’ll receive for one year. This information will help you determine which college is your best choice. See a sample financial aid letter to preview the type of information you’ll receive.
Review a sample technical college application to prepare for the application process.
Review a sample university application to prepare for the application process.
College Readiness coursework is coursework that specifically supports high school students with academic preparation so they can avoid developmental coursework in college. Find opportunities that both satisfy high school requirements and qualify you for college-level classes.