SAT/ACT Fee Waivers
Students who qualify for free or reduced lunch are eligible for fee waivers. If you’re not sure if you’re eligible, ask your advisor, or come to the college office during your lunch band. Please bring your computer to the College Office to register ONSITE. EMAIL REQUESTS ARE NOT ACCEPTED. To get more information on eligibility requirements go to: https://docs.google.com/a/scienceleadership.org/viewer?url=http://sat.collegeboard.org/SAT/public/pdf/sat-program-fee-waiver-guide-for-families.pdf
Final Reminder about Midyear grades-
Don’t forget that if your school requires midyear grades, you will need to come to the College Office and submit a request on the Midyear Request Log on Mrs. Hirschfield’s door.
Completing the FAFSA and PHEAA (PA state money) is very important! If you have not completed your FAFSA yet, there is another free FAFSA Completion Workshop being held on March 1st from 10-1 at District 1199C Training Center, 100 S. Broad Street – 10th floor. Register here- http:// pennstatecrc2014fafsaworkshop2 .eventbrite.com
SLA Graduation Requirements
If you’re interested in applying to any test optional schools, click here for a list of schools that may be of interest to you.
Check out this document for Common Application FAQs!
Please be aware of the following upcoming deadlines for the college entrance exams (SATs and ACTs):
Registration deadline for March 8th SAT: February 7th
Registration deadline for April 12th ACT: March 7th
Click on the links below to get test date information.
Attention freshmen, sophomores and juniors!
If you want to participate in a summer enrichment program, or want to apply for a scholarship, come to the college office and request a transcript to be sent!
We recommend that students read this article to become informed of the impact of social networks in the college process.
We encourage all of our students at Science Leadership Academy to have a plan set in place for when they graduate. We would like to offer this list of trade and technical schools as a resource to help with post-secondary planning.
Juniors and Seniors and related parents, the College Navigator should be your second favoriate website of all time–after this one of course. Here, you can browse through real-time data on actual price based on Continue reading
There are two websites that the College Office wants you to look at today. Have you looked at the College Board’s Net Price Calculator and FAFSA Forecaster?
Hey SLA Students,
We’d like to meet all of you in the college office if you’re having trouble figuring out how to write-in your GPA on the common app or any college app. As a general guideline, you can follow this chart. Also, as a general rule all SLA GPAs are unweighted . If you have any questions, please come and talk to us!
SAT & ACT PREP RESOURCES
Information on programs, books, and websites to help you prepare for the SAT, the ACT, and the PSAT.
Are you a talented artist? Do you have new and fresh ideas about inventions? Google has established a new scholarship that gives one young talented artist the opportunity to receive up to $80,000 in scholarship and grant money for the school of their choice. See this link to receive more information and apply for this amazing scholarship opportunity. Deadline is Thursday, March 20th.