- Doherty High School
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- Many of you have not completed the survey—If you haven’t, please take 2 minutes to fill it out.
- Most college are waiving test scores for current seniors. You can see below what some of the Colorado Colleges are doing. Please contact the specific college you are intrested in.
- Each school will decide what Merit Scholarship will need. Contact the College and University regarding those scholarships.
- SAT/ACT tests can help with college course placement.
- You are encouraged, but not mandated to take the tests. If you are a good test taker, this can only make you a stronger candidate for their top school choices.
Senior Bulletin Week 1 Types of Colleges
Senior Bulletin Week 2 Admission
Senior Bulletin Week 3 College Visits
Senior Bulletin Week 4 Financial Aid
Senior Bulletin Week 5 FAFSFA
Senior Bulletin Week 6 Free Application Day
Senior Bulletin Week 7 Scholarships
Senior Bulletin Week 9 Financial Aid Resources
Senior Bulletin Week 10 Signs of Depression
Senior Bulletin Week 11 Community Colleges
Senior Bulletin Week 12 Community College Certificates
Also check Naviance for more opportunities
- El Cinco Scholarship -- deadline April 1
- Academy Spouses Club for students of Military Families
- Fort Carson Mountain Post Spouses Club
- NCJW Colorado Section 2021 Scholarship Application If you identify as a Jewish women check this out.
- Bobbi Anderson Scholarship for Women
- PPCC Kane Scholarship
- Future Educators Scholarship
- Kinnikinnik Scholarship
- Air Force Scholarship
- Scholarships awarded to immediate family members of active duty and retired Air Force, Air Force REserve, and Air National Guard members
- If you are attending UCCS and have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or above see below
- Little Bundle is awarding $1,000 to high school students of single dads through the Little Bundle Superdad Scholarship.
Students attending high school in the Colorado Springs area can apply directly online NOW at: https://yourturn2apply.com/colorado.htm
Find additional scholarships on your Naviance page
Click below to watch the 2020 Financial Aid Presentation
Lesa Briggs is from CU Denver. She will help anyone regardless of what school you will be attending. She is amazing and quite the financial aid guru.
Graduation May 18th, 2021 at 3 PM
Details on location will be determined
Normally Josten’s comes to the building to hand out packet’s of information and to assist with orders, but for now Josten’s is not allowed in the building at all due to Covid restrictions. However, you’re all quite internet savvy so use these links instead:
You’ll see that the most basic package is $59.00, and you can certainly add more to your order if you’d like. So look over this information with your parents and decide what’s best for you. You’ll order that stuff directly with Jostens, not through our business office, and should direct any questions to them as well.
Please log into Naviance to see individual college visits and to register to attend.
Top Five reasons to attend a virtual meeting with a college or University admissions office.
- Get the scoop on everything you need to know to apply for admission and financial aid.
- Small group interaction allows you to ask questions, get to know what they offer, and share your interests. You may discover a college or University that you had not considered before and learn that it could be a great fit for you.
- It’s a great opportunity to ask for an application fee waiver. Admissions reps may have a waiver code or be willing to look for your application submission and waive the fee when you attend a meeting with them. Definitely ask!
- Meeting with a the college admissions representative demonstrates your interest and may give you a small boost in the application process.
- Occasionally the meeting may include current students and that gives you a great opportunity to learn what it’s like to be a student at the college or University.
College Board is hosting our first-ever series of virtual college fairs called BigFuture™ Days. Encourage sophomores and juniors at your school to sign up for a chance to connect directly with college admissions representatives and current college students. They'll have a chance to explore colleges in a way that's not overwhelming, ask questions about topics they want to learn about, and take action on key college planning steps.
Direct students to register at cb.org/bigfuturedays.
Students can attend any event and more than one.
BigFuture Day Southeast
Tuesday, February 23
BigFuture Day Northeast
Sunday, March 7
BigFuture Day Midwest
Thursday, March 11
HBCU, HSI, and NASI
Virtual College Fair
Thursday, March 4th, 2021
5:30-8:15 PM MT
You must register to participate
Click the link to down load the doceument shown below College Updates
Naviance Family Connection is a new postsecondary workforce readiness (PWR) tool that has replaced College in Colorado. The tool allows students, families, and educators to work together to help our middle school and high school students complete their Individual Career Academic Plan (ICAP) requirements and prepare for their future.
To sign in click the link below
Students--- Click here to log into Naviance
USERNAME: Network Login for D11
PASSWORD: District Id number
Login using Windows (the four boxes)
Be sure to use Chrome
Parents--- Click here to log into Naviance
Parents -- When you visit the site for the first time, select “I need to register” under the “Are you new here?” heading. Enter your QConnect PIN in the Registration Code box and follow the on-screen instructions to create your own account. Once you have your own account, you will sign in using the user name and password you chose during the registration process. Note that you and your student have separate logins.
Info on how to do tasks in Naviance
Make your dream school a reality.
This tool will help you find out how the classes you take, your GPA and test scores compare to Colorado college‘s and university’s admission standards. And, if you choose to attend a technical or community college, you can explore that pathway as well.
You can and should continue your education beyond a high school diploma or GED/HiSET/TASC.