Suffolk Public Schools
…Where Ever Child is A Star…
King’s Fork High School
Home of The “Bull Dogs”
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… for students who started 9th grade prior to Sept. 2018 (accessible PDF)
Coming Soon … Program of Studies for students starting 9th grade in Sept. 2018
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Creating Good Study Habits:
Dates, Deadlines and Details for Seniors
- Narrow your list of colleges to 3 or 4.
- Attend college night given at KFHS.
- Present your resume to your counselor for a recommendation.
- Work hard and keep your grades up.
- Take the SAT December 1, 2018. Registration deadline November 2, 2018
- Make a calendar with the applications and scholarship deadlines for all colleges to which you will apply.
- Check out the scholarship book in the guidance office.
- If you are applying for early admission, make sure you get all required materials in on time or you will be placed in the regular admissions pool.
- This is your last chance to register for and take SAT and ACT for use in many selective college scholarship programs. Also don’t forget to have your scores sent to the colleges you are applying to at least one month before the application deadline-call colleges to confirm the receipt of scores.
- Use your holiday break to put finishing touches on applications. Don’t forget, teachers and counselors are on vacation, so you should have most of the important pieces of your application already completed.
- Make sure your essays and resume are completed before you head back to school.
*Many universities have an early deadline for students interested in academic and leadership scholarships. Is your application in?
*Look for decisions from any school to which you applied for early admission.
* If you are applying for financial aid, make sure you pick up your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) from your high school counselor and fill it out with your parents.
*Complete the FAFSA and any required financial aid forms from the colleges to which you have applied. If you miss the deadline, you miss your chance for aid for next year.
*Make sure your first semester official transcript is sent to the colleges to which you have applied.
* Last application deadline for some colleges.
*Be aware of any financial aid deadlines.
*Visit any colleges to which you are accepted (if you haven’t already done so) before making your final decision.
*Register for Advance Placement exams offered through your high school.
* Mail a written acceptance to your first-choice university.
*Respond to financial aid and scholarship offers.
* Notify all colleges that accept you of your final decision.
*May 1 is the National Candidate Reply Date. Except for special circumstances, you should make your college decision before this date.
*Sign up for new student orientation.
*Request that your final high school transcript be mailed to the college or university you will attend.