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Post-Secondary Planning Links



§   http://www.collegeboard.org

o        The College Board's website contains search engines for colleges, programs, and financial aid information. It also includes information about SAT, PSAT, and AP testing.


§   http://www.eCampusTours.com

o        View virtual tours of many college campuses across the U.S.


§   http://www.collegeview.com

o        This site allows you to "visit" colleges online with multimedia tours. 


§   http://www.aboutcollege.com

o        A guide for parents, students about campus life today. The Q & A section provides answers to frequently asked questions about college.


§   http://www.review.com

o        The Princeton Review's site gives you access for SAT, ACT and AP test prep, as well as search engines to find colleges

§   http://www.petersons.com

o        You can search for colleges based on all of the things that are important to you! Location, size, cost, program, etc. Also provides information about scholarships.

               o   The College Accreditation Guidebook contains critical information for understanding accreditation holistically, including the benefits of accreditation, types, process, online college accreditation, outcomes, and a glossary of terms for those who are not experts in the field.

§ http://www.bestcolleges.com/resources/student-healthcare-guide/

§ http://www.medicalbillingandcoding.org/health-insurance-guide/college-students/

  • You can learn about the different options for healthcare and insurance to maintain your health while in school.



  •     Register for the SAT online 

 § http://www.actstudent.org

  •    Register for the ACT online

§ http://www.khanacademy.org/sat 

  • Khan Academy Free SAT Test Prep - Students taking the SAT in 2014-2015 can begin practicing now with hundreds of questions from unreleased SAT's and over 200 videos with step-by-step solutions.



  • The Common Application is used by many colleges in the U.S. Check to see if the schools you are applying to will accept the "Common App" so that you can save time by completing one application for several schools!
§ http://www.ncaaclearinghouse.net
  • Registration site for any students wishing to pursue athletics at a Division I or Division II college/university
§ http://www.clearinghousecalculator.org/login.php - Core Course GPA Calculator
  • Donegal athletes can create a student account and track their NCAA Eligibility progress by clicking "Free New Member Account" in the top right or the page and enter the following codes to create your own account;
    School ID: 392795   School Code: 788811229   
  • These sites contain information about careers in the U.S. Military

Parent/Student Guide to College Application

Here is a link to a complete guide on how to fill out the Common Application.

How to Make Your Common App a Lot Less Common

Attached below is the Parent/Student Guide to completing college applications.


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