• The KPARK COLLEGE CODE IS 443874

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    Lots of resources for high school kids 9-12 who are college bound:
    Check out and register @  www.cappex.com  or https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/
     
     

    This website will allow students and parents to compare schools based on measurements that are important to them. Using the website, for example, a student might search for schools with average annual costs of under $10,000, a graduation rate higher than 75 percent and average salaries after graduation of more than $50,000 per year. The data is based on students who have received a federal loan or grant to attend college, 

     
     

    Managing College Costs

    is a great website for parents, students, and educators.  It is free and created by a high school counselor who felt he had to do something for parents after he had his own trouble working the “system” to get his own kids in college.  He felt that if he had trouble with his background, he had to do something for parents who were not college educated or educators.   
     
    Guide to Online Schools in Texas here: 
     


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    -How to request a KPARK transcript:
    For complete details, see the "Transcript Info" page link on the left side of this page

    Requests for transcripts may be made to the Registrar's Office, room 1001, daily from 7:15- 2:45. Please allow 48 hours for processing of request.
    Fees for services MUST be presented before transcripts will be released. Your 1st transcript is FREE, after that a $2 charge for each transcript not sent electronically. Please plan ahead   to avoid any delay in your application process. There will be no exceptions to this policy.

    -How to request a Lone Star College Transcript: (Dual Credit Students)

    Make your request online -transcripts are now processed through the National Student Clearinghouse instead of LSCS. All students will be charged a fee of $9 per transcript.

     

    Information is provided at this link:  http://www.lonestar.edu/transfer-transcript.htm

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    -Local and national scholarships will be posted here. Open the page "Posted Scholarships and Opportunities" on the left.
     
    Please pay attention to deadlines.

    Free free to look at the scholarship pages from other high schools.

    Always check the scholarship/financial aid page on the website of the college to which you are applying.

    www.FAFSA.gov will link you to the FAFSA form required for financial aid at most colleges/universities.

    Transferring College Credits?

    Have you been wondering if your college credit hours will transfer from one Texas public University to another?  You can now look this information up yourself.  Go to the Texas Common Course Numbering System at:  http://www.tccns.org

    Database listing of colleges and universities

    The Princeton Review is a comprehensive database providing listings of all the best undergraduate, graduate, medical, law and business schools in the country, plus hotlinks to further explore.  Check it out at: www.review.com

    Interested in an online degree?
    Checkout some Texas Schools with that option- http://www.edudemic.com/online-colleges-in-texas/

    -Starting fall 2012,  a bacterial meningitis vaccine REQUIRED to attend all Texas college campuses whether you live on campus or not.

    See the website of the college you plan on attending for complete details The law requires all new and transfer students attending Texas institutions of higher education to be vaccinated against bacterial meningitis. Meningococcal disease is a bacterial infection that spreads like the flu, through coughing or sneezing, by sharing drinks or eating utensils or through other person-to-person contact. The disease is easily spread in close living conditions.  It can kill in less than one day. 

     

    Students must get the meningitis shot 10 days before starting classes. "It takes 10 days for the vaccine to have an effect on the body," explained Dr. John Shelton, assistant clinical director at the University of North Texas. "So, you're not really protected against meningitis until at least 10 days has passed." Students who show up without the required vaccine will be refused entrance to school classes and dorms.  There are no exceptions.