College and Testing Information
Naviance is a web-based program that provides interactive use of personality tests, career and college information. College materials from KHS will be submitted through Naviance. KHS students log in using the student’s Powerschool ID and Password.
A very reliable college search site
Extensive college planning site with info on majors, careers, colleges, admissions, and financial aid.
SAT Reasoning test: Multiple choice in Reading, Math, and Writing (25 minute essay); Online registration. Fee-waiver available based on need. SAT Subject tests as well. Free test prep online /My College Quickstart
College and SAT books and other materials available.
ACT is widely accepted in college admissions. Multiple choice test with four subjects – English, Math, Reading and Science, with optional writing test for additional fee.
National Center for Fair and Open Testing; provides information about the use of standardized tests and a list of colleges that don’t use the SAT or ACT in admissions.
Important eligibility information for student-athletes.
Common application site. Online applications for many schools.
The New England Regional student program offering discounted tuition for approved majors.
Colleges with programs for students with learning disabilities
Explore colleges and careers SAT and ACT information for improving your scores. Scholarship information.
Financial Aid Information
Be sure to check out the “Net Price Calculator” on your colleges’ websites!
Free Application for Federal Student Aid Information about financial aid
Apply for a PIN to submit the actual FAFSA form online
Online financial aid form (CSS Profile) required by certain private colleges. Registration fee required.
Excellent source of financial aid information
Good suggestions on everything from scam alerts to scholarship searches.
U.S. Dept. of Ed. Site providing a simple version of the fafsa to help calculate the amount of financial aid you could be eligible for.
Free, searchable scholarship database to locate sources of help.
Free information on colleges that offer merit based aid.