We are hosting a free FAFSA Completion Night for seniors and early graduates on Tuesday, October 23rd from 6-8pm in the counseling center. We will have a college funding advisor from Salt Lake Community College available to assist students and their parents through the process. Students who attend this event and complete the FAFSA will be entered in a drawing for a bonus $250 SAHS scholarship. We will also provide desserts that evening. Please see attachment for additional details.
Juniors and Seniors are you taking Salt Lake Community College classes? You should be! It is only $5 per credit while you are in high school. That saves you about $285! We offer a few SLCC classes on SAHS campus but there are hundreds you can take on their campus! See link for their Concurrent Enrollment (CE) offerings:
ACT & SAT INFORMATION
Summit Academy High School Juniors take the ACT for FREE on Wednesday, February 20th
ACT Registration & Test Dates click here
SAT Registration & Test Dates click here!
Utah College Application Week November 12- 16 - Class of 2019!
All Seniors will be applying to at least one college/university/trade school during their English class!
Additional details to come!!
College PREVIEWS & Scholarship Nights!
- Interested students to should visit westminstercollege.edu/visit to register for Preview Day on October 13th. Students and parents are welcome to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801.832.2200 if they have any questions.
- Huntsman Scholar Info Night November 15th 7:30pm-9pm Leavitt Partners (23rd floor, Wells Fargo Building) 299 Main Street, SLC 84111. Aggie Ice Cream will served!
Great links from StepUpUtah.com
Important Scholarship Information
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) All Seniors and their parents should join us on Tuesday, October 23rd from 6pm -8pm in the Counseling Center located in the middle (Heart) of the school on the 1st floor. Please see attachments on the side for what to bring with you to be prepared to complete FAFSA.
Students, it is crucial that you apply for scholarships. Search for available scholarships around the beginning of your senior year of high school, if not sooner. Most scholarship application deadlines fall between October and March. Every student who is applying for scholarships should do 3 things:
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- Apply for scholarships that are available through the specific schools you are interested in. Every college has a scholarship page that explains the scholarships available through the school. This goes for the college as a whole and colleges as in the departments within the college (Math, Science, Behavioral Science, etc.)
- Write a powerful generic essay! Many scholarships are available for writing an essay. Rather than write a million essays, write one essay that is excellent and then adapt it to the specific requirements of the scholarship. Many of them require similar key points as part of the essay.
- Do a scholarship search and see what other scholarships you should apply for. Ask your school counselor what scholarships previous students have been awarded. If someone from your school got the scholarship before that can increase the odds that it is a legitimate scholarship. See below for ideas for scholarship searching.
As the Utah Energy Workforce Scholarship Program enters its third year, we want to bring this opportunity for your students to earn money for continuing their education to your attention. Over the past two years The Governor's Office of Energy Development (OED) has partnered with Chevron to advance Utah’s energy workforce by providing 13 scholarships, totaling $48,000 to high school seniors who intend to pursue a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math (STEM) related course of study or trade certification at a public or private institution of high learning in Utah. This statewide program includes:
- Five $4,000 scholarships for students attending a Utah college or university
- Five $2,000 scholarships for students attending a Utah technical college
Apply here and see additional details!
Other Scholarship Options
UCAS Scholarship List
- Utah County Academy of Science has listed over 60 different scholarships that are always being updated. this could be a great place to start looking and applying. Utah Real Estate ScholarshipQuest Bridge
- For low income, high achieving students. Regent Scholarship
- For students who take rigorous high school courses as described in the scholarship (You can not get the Regent Scholarship and New Century Scholarship together). For additional information call (801)321-7159 New Century Scholarship
- For students who earn their Associates Degree before graduating high school. For additional information call (801)321-7221
WE ARE THE STUDENTS ESSAY CONTEST
Utah College/University Scholarship Websites
Out of State College Websites
The University of California's
admissions website provides admission requirements for freshman applicants and is also the portal for students to begin their application.The UC system features ten universities throughout the state of California.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA), a part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation. FAFSA helps students receive more than $150 billion in federal grants, loans, and work-study funds each year. The FAFSA application becomes available on January 1st and should be completed by senior students and their parents. Parents of seniors are encouraged to do their tax returns as soon as possible as this will assist them with the completion of the FAFSA. FAFSA is FREE. You should not be paying money to apply for financial aid.
Student athletes at Summit Academy who want to continue their involvement in athletics at a college or university need to build a NCAA Clearinghouse profile. This is done through the NCAA Eligibility Center
. Some colleges and universities belong to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics.
Some students choose to earn their Registered Nurse credentials from an associates degree program at a community college. These students may choose to further their education, in the form of a BSN or MSN program. Working as a registered nurse (RN) is a rewarding career with a bright future. If you love your job taking care of patients, then you’re in the right place. But if you want more professional opportunities, would like to advance your education, or need a higher salary, consider getting a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing (BSN). If you are an RN with an associate’s degree or diploma and want to go to graduate school, an RN to Master of Science in nursing (MSN) may be a good fit.
All Nursing Schools
is an additional resource to check out the upcoming trends in the Nursing field and also explore universities offering RN, BSN, and MSN degrees.Engineering
The Association of American Medical Colleges
has a website for Aspiring Doctors. This website is designed to help students understand the different career paths within the medical field, what it takes to earn admission into a medical school, and how to pay for it.