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Academic Distinction Program (ADP)

Click here for ADP brochure

Click here for Benefits of Student Participation in Community Service: 

Click here for ADP Extra-Curricular Activity Record Form:
Click here for ADP Community Service Record Form:
Click here for Student Record of Community Service General Form:
Click here for Community Service Opportunities:

Standardized Testing Dates

The SAT and ACT test dates for 2015-2016 are as follows:

SAT Registration

Registration Deadline Test Date
September 02, 2016 October 01, 2016
October 07, 2016 November 05, 2016
November 04, 2016 December 03, 2016
December 31, 2016 January 28, 2017
February 10, 2017 March 11, 2017
April 07, 2017 May 06, 2017
May 09, 2017 June 03, 2017
Register Online at www.collegeboard.com


Registration Deadline Test Date
September 10, 2016 October 22, 2016
November 04, 2016 December 10, 2016
March 03, 2017 April 08, 2017
May 05, 2017 June 10, 2017
Register at www.actstudent.org

Website for Undergrads and Parents

This site includes an undergrad introduction, high school decisions, test preparation, admissions processes, paying for college, and college life.  www.undergradzone.com

College Selection

School ID:  6314026, School Passord:  N20S8291  Students can do self-assessments, research careers, search for colleges, and complete resumes.

College Applications

Financial Aid


Steps in Financial Aid

1. File for a FSA Federal Student Aid ID. Both the student and one parent must have an ID. The ID is used to access features and sign FAFSA electronically. The FSA ID can be applied for while filing the FAFSA application or directly at: www.fsaid.ed.gov. You must have a full name, date of birth, and social security number when applying. In addition, you will need an email address. Parents and students must use separate email addresses. Once you have your ID, be sure to record and keep it for future use.
3. Complete the FAFSA form. Once you have completed the Federal Income Taxes for yourself and your parent(s), the FAFSA form should be filed. Go to www.fafsa.ed.gov. 4. Be sure you know the priority deadlines for completing the FAFSA. Many schools want this information very early. Getting your taxes done as soon as possible if most helpful. However, if it is not possible to meet the filing deadline with information from completed tax returns, it is better to estimate income than to miss the filing deadlines. As soon as I receive the FAFSA on the Web worksheets, I will be handing them out to you.
5.When you have finished the FAFSA, there will be a prompt asking you if you would like to file the New York State TAP application. You should follow the steps to complete the TAP form at this time.
If you need any assistance, please see Mrs. Bush.