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					       Senior Newsletter
                                                                                              January 2012


                                         Important Dates


           January 15, 2012                              VU Scholarship Application Deadline

           January 19, 2012                              Financial Aid Night, 6:30pm Cafeteria
                                                         Application Deadline for Lilly Scholarship

           February 1, 2012                              Application Deadline for Local Scholarships
                                                         through the Daviess Co. Comm. Foundation

           February 12, 2012                             College Goal Sunday, 2pm local time, 40 sites

           March 10, 2012                                Deadline to file a 2012-2013 Free Application
                                                         for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)


                                    Guidance Announcements

   Please plan to attend our Financial Aid Night, Thursday, January 19th, 2012 at 6:30pm in the
    cafeteria. A financial aid administrator from VU will be here to present on filing the 2012-2013
    Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

   Vincennes University Scholarship Application Deadline is January 15, 2012.

   University of Saint Francis’ School of Creative Arts is hosting ‘Talent Day’ on Friday, March 2,
    2012. Talent Day is an opportunity for high school juniors and seniors interested in attending the
    University of Saint Francis to submit a portfolio or audition for talent scholarships. If interested,
    please call 260-399-7700 ext. 8001.

   The National Association for College Admission Counseling invites sophomores, juniors, and
    seniors to the National College Fair on Sunday, February 26, 2012 at the Kentucky International
    Convention Center from 2:00-5:00pm. Students can register for the college fair at
    www.gotomyncf.com.

   All Active Duty, National Guard, and Reserve military men and women and their families now
    have free access to professional tutors 24 hours a day, seven days per week. It’s timely, efficient,
    and individualized instruction helps students get their homework done and come to school ready
    to learn. Tutors are available in all math, science, social studies, and English subjects. Students
    and families may access the service at www.tutor.com/military to sign up.

   Students who have been admitted to Purdue University are encouraged to consider being a
    member of Cooperative Housing. The 12 cooperative houses on Purdue’s campus average 30
    residents each. Currently, there are 7 women’s houses and 5 men’s houses. Members of
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    cooperative housing share household responsibilities such as cleaning and preparing meals to
    maintain a comfortable living environment and reduce living costs. Costs range from $2,500-
    $3,200 annually. For more information, please visit www.purduecooperatives.org.

   Wabash Valley College has reduced tuition rates for Daviess County Indiana students. Rates are
    $114/credit hour. Programs offered include: Advanced Manufacturing, Ag Technology, Nursing,
    Radio-TV Broadcasting, Social Services Specialist, Gunsmithing, Legal Secretary, Marketing
    Business Management, Diesel Equipment Technology, Early Childhood Education. Call 1-866-
    982-4322 for more information.

   I.U.O.E Local No. 841 will be accepting applications for Apprenticeship and Training beginning
    Tuesday, January 3, 2012 through Tuesday, January 31, 2012. Please visit the Guidance Office for
    more information.

   Twenty-first Century Scholars-here are some important dates for you to keep in mind: February
    24, 2012 there will be campus visits to USI, U of E, and Ivy Tech. Must reserve your spot by
    February 17th. April 3, 2012 there will be a campus visit to Oakland City University. Reserve your
    spot by March 28th. April 21, 2012 there will be an Indiana State University State Scholar Day.
    Reserve your spot by April 16th. June 29, 2012 there will be a campus visit to Franklin College.
    Reserve your spot by February 17th. If you are interested in any of these events contact Barbie at
    888-772-4652.
                                        Financial Aid Info

   Students are encouraged to apply for financial aid using FAFSA on the Web at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
    Paper applications will not be available in the guidance office. To file a paper application,
    students may download a PDF FAFSA from www.FederalStudentAid.ed.gov (click on ‘FAFSA
    Filing Options’) and submit it by postal mail. Students without access to the internet may ask the
    financial aid office at their chosen college whether the school can submit the FAFSA on their
    behalf; or they may request a paper FAFSA from 1-800-433-3243.

   In order to file your FAFSA online you will need a personal identification number (PIN), which you
    can now apply for online at www.pin.edu.gov. Students and parents will both need separate pin’s
    to electronically sign the FAFSA form. Please note this PIN will be utilized throughout your child’s
    college career. Please take extra care to keep it in a secure location where you will be able to
    refer back to it year after year. If you need help by phone, call 1-800-433-3243.

   Please note the deadline for filing your FAFSA is a March 10th receipt deadline. This means your
    application must be received by the Federal processor on or before March 10, 2012 in order
    to be considered for any state aid.

   Following the March 10th deadline, if your student has any edits or corrections to make to their
    FAFSA, these edits must be made by May 15, 2012 in order to stay in the state grant pool.

   SSACI (State Student Assistance Commission of Indiana) will no longer use paper edit letters or
    award letters to communicate with students. (You will not receive anything via the mail. It will be
    sent to the email you list on your FAFSA.) SSACI will use emails to alert students of their
    eligibility or required edits. Beginning mid February it is the student’s ultimate responsibility
    to review their state grant file on eStudent (www.ssaci.in.gov/estudent) to know if there is
    anything they need to do before SSACI’s correction deadline of May 15, 2012.
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      Sometimes colleges or universities require additional forms to apply for institutional aid.
       Students will want to check with their college or university for any institutional aid deadlines or
       additional required forms.

      Remember, filing a FAFSA is required in order to keep your scholarship if you are a 21st Century
       Scholar. Scholars must also have on file a completed affirmation form in order to keep your
       award. If you are unsure if you have submitted your affirmation form, please see me as soon as
       possible or contact the Twenty First Century Scholars Office.

      College Goal Sunday will be held Sunday, February 12, 2012 at 2:00pm local time. This is a free,
       state-wide event in which students and families can receive help filling out their 2012-2013
       FAFSA from financial aid administrators. There are various sites across the state. Typically, VU
       or Jasper are the closest sites for our students. More information, including site locations can be
       found at www.collegegoalsunday.org.

      Federal Student Aid resources for students can be found at: www.studentaid.ed.gov;
       www.youtube.com/collegedotgov; college.gov; www.fafsa.gov; www.facebook.com/college.gov



             STUDENTS/PARENTS NEED TO LIST AN EMAIL ADDRESS ON THEIR FAFSA

                             REMEMBER WHAT EMAIL ADDRESS YOU LIST

                                    CHECK YOUR EMAIL REGULARLY

       STUDENTS NEED TO VISIT WWW.SSACI.IN.GOV/ESTUDENT TO ACTIVATE THEIR STATE
                          GRANT ACCOUNT FOR THEIR REVIEW!!!

                                         REMEMBER DEADLINES!!!


                                           Helpful Links

www.FederalStudentAid.ed.gov/guide - Funding Education Beyond High School booklet

www.pin.ed.gov – website to request a pin to file FAFSA online

www.ssaci.in.gov/estudent - eStudent website

www.barr.k12.in.us/Guidance -link to Barr-Reeve Guidance page with scholarship book and previous
newsletters with additional scholarship listings.


                                           College Preview Days

Indiana State University is offering Audition/Scholarships dates for music January 23, February 10,
February 11, and February 20. For more information see Mrs. Sward.

Ball State University will be hosting Theatre and Dance Auditions on campus February 11 and 25, 2012.
Deadline for applications is January 30, 2012.
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University of Southern Indiana: USI will be hosting Southern Hospitality Days on numerous dates this
spring. The dates are: January 28, February 18, March 17, and March 31. Please visit
www.usi.edu/admissn/visit.asp or enroll@usi.edu to register.

Oakland City University: OCU will be holding Focus days on their main campus for prospective students
on January 16, March 30, and March 31. To register visit www.oak.edu.

Indiana University: IU offers Discover IU days Monday through Friday most week days of the year and
on many Saturdays. Call (812) 855-0661 to schedule an appointment.

Rose-Hulman: Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology offers individual visit days throughout the week. To
schedule a visit is best to request the date you wish to attend two weeks ahead of time. You can
register online or call 800-248-7448.

Indiana State University: ISU has scheduled Sycamore Preview Days for January 24, February 20, and
April 14. To register, call 1-800-GO-TO-ISU or online www.indstate.edu.

University Of Evansville: U of E has scheduled several open houses for prospective students. Upcoming
dates for these events are January 16, March 17, and April 21. If you are interested in attending, register
online at admission@evansville.edu.

Ball State University: Ball State University Art Department will be hosting its annual Open House and
Portfolio Review on Saturday, February 18, 2012. For registration information go to:
www.bsu.edu/art/openhouse.

Marion University: Marion University will be hosting Nursing Encounter Day April 13th. Register for this
event by visiting www.marian.edu.

Trine University: Trine University will be hosting visit days January 28, February 20, March 17 and 24,
and April 27. For more info visit trine.edu/visit.

Kettering University: Kettering University will be hosting a visit day May 19, 2012 from 10 am to 3 pm.
Sign up today at admissions.kettering.edu.visit.

 Students are allowed two days of college visitations during their senior year. It is the responsibility of
  the student/parent to set up an individual college visit. To do so, you should contact the Admissions
  Office at the particular university at least 2 weeks prior to the date you would like to visit. Students
 must have proper paperwork (2 forms) on file in the guidance office for the absence to be excused and
                                           not count as an absence.

                                      Scholarships and Financial Aid

4-H Scholarships
Award:        Varies
School:       Any
Major:        Any
Criteria:     Must be in 4-H. If interested, please see Mrs. Sward.
Deadline:     Unknown
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Crane Federal Credit Union Scholarships
Award:        Ten $1,000 scholarships awarded
School:       Any
Major:        Any
Criteria:     Must be high school senior and be a member of the Crane Federal Credit Union for a
              minimum of three months prior to the date the scholarships are awarded. Applicants
              must be the primary member on the account. Must be enrolled full time in the fall of
              2012 at a technical, two year or four year college or university; must have a 2.0 GPA or
              above. Applications are available at all CFCU locations and on our website at
              www.cranecu.org after January 15th.
Deadline:     March 1, 2012

Daviess Community Hospital Foundation Scholarships
Award:      $1,500; Multiple awards will be given
School:     Any
Major:      Any
Criteria:   High school seniors, college students, and non-traditional students, including those who
            work and attend part time, have dependents other than a spouse, are single parents, or
            who hold GED certificates and who live in Daviess, Martin, and Pike County or are
            children of hospital full and part time employees are eligible for scholarships as long as
            they will be attending an accredited educational institution in pursuit of a career in the
            field of healthcare, with a potential for pursuing a career that fulfills a local community
            need. Applications available online at www.dchosp.org.
Deadline:   March 1, 2012

Old National Community Matters Scholarships
Award:        $1,000 scholarships
School:       Any
Major:        Any
Criteria:     Applicants must reside in a community where Old National is located or provides services;
              be a current Kid$ Start Savings account holder or ONBU Student Checking account holder;
              be a graduating high school senior planning to attend a post secondary institution in the
              fall of 2012 or be in freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior year of college; demonstrate
              a commitment to community service and provide documentation of the service; may be
              not an employee of ONB or its subsidiaries or an employee’s immediate family member;
              may not be a previous Old National Community Matters scholarship recipient. Apply
              online at www.oldnational.com/kids.
Deadline:     March 19, 2012

Imagine America Scholarship
Award:       $1,000
School:      Technical School
Major:       Any
Criteria:    Barr-Reeve High School has five of these scholarships we can award on a first-come first-
             serve basis. Students must be attending one of Imagine America’s participating colleges.
             For more information, visit www.imagine-america.org.
Deadline:    Rolling
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Daviess County Extension Homemakers Scholarship
Award:       $100
School:      Any
Major:       Any
Criteria:    Must be daughter, granddaughter, son, or grandson of a Daviess County Extension
             Homemaker who lives in Daviess County or in the home of a member who lives in another
             county is eligible. Must be a high school senior with at least a 3.0 GPA;
Deadline:    March 1, 2012

Vincennes University’s Middle Income Hoosier Scholarship
Award:       $250 per semester for two years, with an additional $250 refund provided to students
             who earn an associate degree in five semesters or fewer.
School:      Vincennes University
Major:       Any
Criteria:    To qualify, Hoosier students cannot qualify for any state or federal grant funds, must have
             an adjusted gross income of less than $75,000, be a full-time student, and maintain a 2.5
             GPA.
Deadline:    January 15, 2012

Indiana Association for the Gifted Scholarship
Award:       Up to three $2000 awards
School:      Any
Major:       Any
Criteria:    Indiana Association for the Gifted has established a scholarship program for high ability
             students who will enter college the following fall. Students must apply for the award.
             Applications are available online at www.iag-online.org.
Deadline:    March 19, 2012

Ball State University Alumni Association Legacy Scholarship
Award:         Varies
School:        Ball State University
Major:         Any
Criteria:      Must be high school senior. This scholarship is available to the children and grandchildren
               of active members of the Ball State University Alumni Association. Applications are
               available at www.bsu.edu/alumni.
Deadline:      February 3, 2012

Indiana State Teachers Association Louis B. Russell, Jr. Memorial Scholarship
Award:        $1,000 renewable award
School:       Any
Major:        Industrial Technology, Vocational Education, or Technical Preparation
Criteria:     Only ethnic-minority individuals may apply. The Minority Affairs Committee will use the
              following criteria for selection: Academic Achievement, Leadership ability, Essay, and
              Recommendations. Apply online at www.ista-in.org. Once you are on the website, click
              on the ‘Member’ tab at the top left, then click on ‘Member Services’, and then click on
              ‘Awards and Scholarships’.
Deadline:     Applications must be received by March 1st.

Indiana State Teachers Association Career Scholarship
Award:        $1,000 scholarship; renewable
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School:       Any
Major:        Any
Criteria:     The applicant’s parent(s) or legal guardian must be an Indiana State Teachers
              Association member. The scholarship committee will use the following criteria for
              selection: academic achievement, leadership ability, essay, and recommendations. Apply
              online at www.ista-in.org. Once you are on the website, click on the ‘Member’ tab at the
              top left, then click on ‘Member Services’, and then click on ‘Awards and Scholarships’.
Deadline:     Applications must be received by March 1st.

Indiana State Teachers Association Damon P. Moore Scholarship
Award:        $1,000 scholarship, renewable
School:       Any
Major:        Must be pursuing a teaching license.
Criteria:     Only ethnic-minority individuals who are pursuing a teaching license may apply. The
              Minority Affairs Committee will use the following criteria for selection: Academic
              Achievement, Leadership ability, Essay, and Recommendations. Apply online at
              www.ista-in.org. Once you are on the website, click on the ‘Member’ tab at the top left,
              then click on ‘Member Services’, and then click on ‘Awards and Scholarships’.
Deadline:     Applications must be received by March 1st.

Indiana State Teachers Association Educator Scholarship
Award:        $1,000 scholarship, renewable
School:       Any
Major:        Must be pursuing a teaching license.
Criteria:     The applicant’s parent(s) or legal guardian must be an active Indiana State Teachers
              Association member and the applicant must be pursuing a teaching license. The
              scholarship committee will use the following criteria for selection: academic achievement,
              leadership ability, essay, and recommendation letters. Apply online at www.ista-in.org.
              Once you are on the website, click on the ‘Member’ tab at the top left, then click on
              ‘Member Services’, and then click on ‘Awards and Scholarships’.
Deadline:     Applications must be received by March 1st.

Nancy Jaynes Memorial Scholarship Award
Award:       up to $1,500
School:      Any
Major:       Any
Criteria:    Must be an Indiana high school senior whose parent is currently battling breast cancer or
             who has lost a parent to breast cancer. Applications are available online at
             www.breastcancerplate.org/scholarships.
Deadline:    February 11, 2012

Vancouver Restaurant Scholarship
Award:       $500
School:      Any
Major:       Any
Criteria:    To be eligible for this scholarship you must be between the ages of 15-21 as of May 30,
             2012. You must be a full time student in 2012 in either high school or college and answer
             the essay question found on the application page. Applications are available at
             www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship.php.
Deadline:    May 30, 2012

Healthy Lifestyles Scholarship
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Award:         $5,000
School:        Any
Major:         Any
Criteria:      To be eligible for this scholarship you must be under 25 years of age, be a high school
               senior or in your first year of college. Applications can be found at
               www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship.php
Deadline:      May 30, 2012

Big Dig Scholarship
Award:         $3,000
School:        Any
Major:         Any
Criteria:      Must be in grade 12 and entering your first year of college or be in your 1st or 2nd year of
               college, must submit an essay that is under 1000 words by the stated deadline.
               Applications can be found by going to: www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship.php
Deadline:      June 1, 2012

Man Mac Automatic Scholarship
Award:      $500
School:     Not listed
Major:      Not listed
Criteria:   Must be enrolled in an undergraduate program in Fall 2012. Application available at
            www.studentscholarships.org/scholarship.php
Deadline:   June 15, 2012

Hoosier Horsepower Essay Contest
Award:       four $2,000 awards
School:      Any
Major:       Any
Criteria:    Must be high school senior in Indiana and enroll in an accredited college or university in
             the U.S. Essay winners will be awarded based on academic achievement, leadership and
             community service in addition to their essay detailing how today’s farmers are working to
             tackle tomorrow’s needs for food, fiber, and fuel. Applications are available online at
             www.colts.com/fanzone/contest-and-promotions/hoosierhorsepower.html.
Deadline:    February 17, 2012

Susan G. Komen for the Cure Evansville Scholarship
Award:       Two $500 scholarships will be awarded
School:      Any
Major:       Any
Criteria:    In order to be eligible applicants must be the children of a parent who has had breast
             cancer or who has died from breast cancer, exhibit financial need and live within the
             Evansville Tri-State Affiliate service area (Daviess Co., Indiana included). Applications are
             available online at www.komenevansville.org. Click on Grants, College Scholarships and
             then Local Scholarship.
Deadline:    March 16, 2012

Knights of Pythias of Indiana Poster Contest
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Award:        Varies
School:       Any
Major:        Any
Criteria:     Open to any high school student in grades 9-12; Create a poster/Visual Arts Contests
              entitled “Don’t be a bully, be a friend.” If interested, please see Mrs. Sward for additional
              contest rules.
Deadline:     April 6, 2012

Knights of Pythias Scholarship
Award:       $1,000
School:      Any
Major:       Any
Criteria:    Must be a senior in high school and a resident of Indiana with a 3.0 GPA or above;
             Applicant MUST submit SAT or ACT scores; Applications are available in the guidance
             office or online at www. Knightsofpythiasofnewcastle.com (Click on “forms” on the left
             buttons..then on public form/rules) Do NOT email applications! This is separate from the
             poster contest. Students may compete for both.

Ronald McDonald US Scholarship Program
Award:     Varies
School:    Any
Major:     Any
Criteria:  The Ronald McDonald House Charities scholarship program seeks to invest in students
           who are exemplary role models in their communities and have the initiative to fulfill their
           educational goals. Different scholarship programs are available based on ethnicity. Visit
           www.rmhc.org to learn more or apply!
Deadline:  January 27, 2012

NFIB Young Entrepreneur Award
Award:      Varies
School:     Any
Major:      Any
Criteria:   Young entrepreneurs who are graduating high school seniors are eligible to receive a
            2012 NFIB Young Entrepreneur Award. Qualilfied candidates must be operating a small
            business. Visit www.NFIB.com/YEA to learn more or to apply.
Deadline:   N/A

David K. Lynch Memorial Scholarship
Award:       $500
School:      Any in Indiana
Major:       Any
Criteria:    Graduating seniors of Washington High School, Washington Catholic High School, Barr-
             Reeve High School, or North Daviess High School who also attended Lena Dunn
             Elementary School. Please visit www.daviesscommunityfoundation.org to apply.
Deadline:    February 1, 2012

McKinley Vance Agri-Business Scholarship
Award:      $1,020
School:     Any
Major:      Agriculture or related field
Criteria:   Graduating seniors of any Daviess County high school with a scholastic rank in the upper
            third of their class. Applicants must have participated in 4-H for at least 4 years. Please
            visit www.daviesscommunityfoundation.org to apply.
Deadline:   February 1, 2012
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Peoples Bank/German American Bancorp Scholarship Fund
Award:      $430
School:     Any
Major:      Business or related field
Criteria:   Graduating seniors of any Daviess County high school with a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
            Applicants must be planning to major in a business related course of study at any
            accredited college or university. Please visit www.daviesscommunityfoundation.org to
            apply.
Deadline:   February 1, 2012

Dwight Risley Scholarship
Award:       $27,140 is available to be divided multiple ways
School:      Any
Major:       Any
Criteria:    Graduating seniors of any Daviess County High School for tuition, books, and required
             fees of post-secondary education. Applicants must demonstrate financial need and good
             scholastic standing. Please visit www.daviesscommunityfoundation.org to apply.
Deadline:    February 1, 2012

Ray L. Angerer Memorial Scholarship
Award:       $800
School:      Any
Major:       Any
Criteria:    Must be communicant members of Westminster Presbyterian Church of Washington, IN,
             pursuing a post-secondary degree at any accredited college, university, or vocational
             institution. Applicants may be graduating high school seniors, current college students, or
             non-traditional students. Please contact the Westminster Presbyterian Church at 254-
             4443 for application and deadline.
Deadline:    Not listed

Lawrell Ray Hilgeman Memorial Scholarship
Award:       $850
School:      Any
Major:       Any major or performing arts
Criteria:    Graduating seniors residing or attending high school in Indiana who have been involved in
             productions featured at Veale Creek Theatre in Washington, Indiana during their high
             school years. If you have been involved in performing arts while in high school or if you
             plan to study performing arts, you would be eligible to apply. Contact the Veale Creek
             Theatre in Washington at 254-7315 for application and deadline.
Deadline:    Not listed

Melba Jean Racener Scholarship
Award:      To be determined
School:     Any
Major:      Advertising, marketing, communications, or a related field
Criteria:   Graduating seniors of any accredited high school whose home residence is in Daviess,
            Gibson, Knox, Perry, Pike, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh, or Warrick counties in Indiana.
            Applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0. Contact the Vanderburgh
            Community Foundation at 812-422-1245 if interested.
Deadline:   Not listed

Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship
Award:      Full tuition, required fees, and an annual stipend of up to $900
School:     Any Indiana College or University
Major:      Any
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Criteria:     Must be a resident of Daviess County, a graduate of an accredited Daviess County high
              school, and be available for an interview if chosen as a finalist. Must also choose the
              college or university you will attend no later than May 1, 2012. There will only be one
              winner in Daviess County. Please visit www.daviesscommunityfoundation.org to apply.
Deadline:     January 19, 2012

Air Force ROTC Scholarship Program
Award:       4- and 3- year scholarships though High School Scholarship Program.
School:      IU *Other Universities offer ROTC Programs as well
Major:       Must major in the field in which they are awarded a scholarship (example: Engineering)
Criteria:    Must be a US citizen graduating from High School and be at least 17 years old before
             scholarship activation.
Deadline:    The Scholarship cycle begins in the spring of the student’s junior year and continues
             through December of his/her senior year.

Foundation of Rural Service Scholarship
Award:       Thirty $2,500 scholarships will be awarded
School:      Any
Major:       Any
Criteria:    Must be a high school senior with a home phone that starts with 388, 444, 486, 644, or
             687. It should be noted that preference will be given to individuals expressing an interest
             to return to work in a rural area following graduation. Applicants should have a C grade
             average.
Deadline:    March 1, 2012

MasterBrand Cabinets, Inc. Scholarship
Award:      Ten $1,000 scholarships will be awarded; renewable for four years
School:     Any
Major:      Any
Criteria:   Parents must work for MBCI; applicant must be a graduating senior with a 3.0.
            Applications are available in the guidance office.
Deadline:   April 1, 2012

Playing with Purpose Award
Award:        $12,700 of scholarships are available
School:       Any
Major:        Any
Criteria:     Must be a high school sophomore, junior, or senior, maintaining a minimum “C” grade
              average or higher. Must be a current varsity level athlete in one or more sports while also
              being a committed follower of Jesus Christ. Apply online at www.playingwithpurpose.org.
Deadline:     March 1, 2012

American Legion Scholarships
Award:      Various scholarships
School:     Any
Major:      Varies
Criteria:   We have a CD in the guidance office with ‘Need a Lift?’ , an electronic booklet updated
            annually by the American Legion to serve as a complete financial-aid reference guide to
            veterans, veterans’ dependents and members of the American Legion family. If
            interested, please see Mrs. Sward.
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                                      TESTING INFORMATION

                                         2012 SAT DATES:


       Test Date:              Regular Registration Deadline:       Late Registration Deadline:
       March 10                         February 10                        February 24
         May 5                            April 6                             April 20
         June 2                            May 8                              May 22

                                      2011-2012 ACT DATES:


       Test Date:              Regular Registration Deadline:       Late Registration Deadline:
      February 11                       January 13                          January 20
        April 14                         March 9                             March 23
         June 9                            May 4                              May 18

   The Army has developed a new test prep program for you! March 2 Success is an online test
    prep course that will provide help with taking standardized tests, and improve math, language
    arts, and science skills. March 2 Success is a free program. To start your own test prep check out
    www.March2Success.com!

   Remember if you are a 21st Century Scholar or in Project Aspire, you can get a fee waiver for the
    $50 test registration fee. Please see Mrs. Sward or the Project Aspire representatives to obtain a
    fee waiver.

   To register for the SAT please visit sat.collegeboard.org/register

   To register for the ACT please visit www.actstudent.org

   Barr-Reeve CEEB Code to register is 152-395.

				
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