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Terry R. Noojin, Lead Counselor Phone Icon 251/221-3000 Ext. 10007 Email Icon Email
  Dr. Kimberly Walker, 12th grade Phone Icon 251/221-3000 Ext. 10006 Email Icon Email


  Welcome to the

BAKER HIGH SCHOOL GUIDANCE PAGE


  

Please Note: School Code for college admissions tests - ACT or SAT is  012525


Financial Aid/College Testing

IMPORTANT LINKS:

FastWeb: www.fastweb.com                     

  • Website is designed to help students search over $1 billion dollars in scholarship money

Making It Count: http://makingitcount.com/

  • Website is designed to help students focus on personal attributes and to familiarize students with college application techniques and strategies

ACT Student: www.actstudent.org

  • This website helps students sign-up for ACT testing. This site also will give students the option of purchasing books to help student for the ACT.

College Board: www.collegeboard.com

  • This organization administers the SAT. Students can sign up to take the SAT through this website.  This organization also provides students with optional college prep skills.

FAFSA: www.fafsa.ed.gov

  • This program will help students apply for the FAFSA program.

Guide to college planning: www.bigfuture.org

 


SENIORS

If you have not taken the ACT or SAT college entrance exam, please register as soon as possible. 

If you have not taken these tests required for admission to 4 year colleges/universities, you probably need to check calendar for dates

Important Update: Those students interested in applying to Auburn University must have your official ACT/SAT scores sent directly from the testing agency to Auburn University. ACT/SAT scores from your transcript will not be accepted.   

 


FAFSA:

Two ways to complete the FAFSA:

ONLINE: http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ 

(you will need a pin; www.pin.ed.gov ) 

or...

HARD COPY: Download a PDF version

(Visit http://www.federalstudentaid.ed.gov/ to print)


ATTENTION STUDENTS:

When applying for scholarships, please be aware that you should not give out any financial information regarding credit card numbers or bank accounts. Any scholarship requesting such information is a scam! If you are concerned with possible scams, visit http://www.nasfaa.org/ or www.ftc.gov/scholarshipscams for signs of fraud.

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