|FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2016:† IMPORTANT NOTIFICATION.† THE HIGH SCHOOL CONDUCTED A LOCK-DOWN DRILL FROM 1:10 PM - 1:40 PM TODAY.† THIS WAS ONLY A DRILL.|
Boys and Girls Club Sponsoring Panel for Seniors
The Massena Boys & Girls Club is sponsoring a panel discussion for Seniors and their parents.
On Thursday November 17, CSTEP is having a panel of St. Lawrence University students to discuss how they made their college choices, picked majors, and maneuvered the college admissions process. The event will be held in the High School Auditorium On November, 17th at 6:00PM and run approximately until 8:00 or until all questions are answered. Seniors and their parents, as well as Juniors/parents are welcome.
Former Massena High School students requesting a copy of their transcript or if you are in need of an official transcript be sent to a college please complete the Transcript Request form available on the High School Guidance page. This request should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Please allow 2-3 days for processing your request.
SAT & ACT Prep
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HESC Introduces College Financial Aid Award Letter Comparison Tool
Just in time for College Acceptance Month, HESC has launched a College Financial Aid Award Letter Comparison Tool to help college-bound students and families interpret their award letters and get the bottom line cost of each college before making their final decision. Those of you who attended a fall workshop got a sneak-peek and were pleased to have it ready for this yearís seniors.
Without a full understanding of the total costs, including which aid is grants that donít have to be paid back and which are student loans, it may be difficult to choose the best college at an affordable price for the family.
The tool allows students and families to see side-by-side comparisons, highlights net costs and estimates the full two or four-year cost of each college.
If student loans are offered, the bottom line report will also recommend the potential income needed to comfortably pay student loans after graduation based on an occupation chosen by the user. HESC uses current data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook to provide median salary estimates for the selected occupation.
No personal data is collected or saved.
Click here for a poster you can print and display in your counseling office and at other locations at school to let your students and families know how this important tool can help them make an informed decision about their college choice.
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