Financial Aid Information

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FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is financial aid from the Federal Government. Your FAFSA financial aid form should be completed online at beginning January 1st of your student's senior year. Without completing your FAFSA, you will be unable to receive any financial aid, such as pell grants, student grants, work study programs, or subsidized Stafford loans. If your student needs money for college then you MUST complete your FAFSA online as close to January 1st as possible since money from the federal government is distributed on a first come-first served basis. Please click on the links below for directions on how to complete your FAFSA and the documents you will need to complete your FAFSA. The customer service number for FAFSA is 1 800 4FED-AID. Representatives are there until midnight to answer any questions you have as you comeplete the online form.


High School financial aid is financial help students can receive while they are still in high school. For instance, students who are on free or reduced-price lunch are entitled to take the SAT and ACT College entrance exams for free. There are many benefits to receiving high school financial aid if you qualify. Please click on the below link to learn how to receive high school financial aid and the benefits of such.


Helpful documents:

FAFSA Checklist

Quick Tips for Filing Your FAFSA

What You Need for Financial Aid

High School Financial Aid