Scholarships/Financial Aid


Senior emails should be checked daily!
All senior communication, including scholarship opportunities,
will be sent via email.

FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
Effective with the 2021-2022 school year, the following shall be fulfilled on behalf of the graduating senior as part of the graduating senior's transition into postsecondary education, training, or the workforce:
1. Submit to the United States Department of Education a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA); or
2. Certify a non-participation waiver, in writing, to the superintendent of the local education agency if the graduating senior chooses not to complete and submit FAFSA. Certification of the non-participation waiver may be completed by a parent, legal custodian, legal guardian, or a minor legally emancipated or of the legal age of majority.

College Recruiters
College recruiters are scheduled throughout the fall to meet with Seniors. Senior emails will be sent to inform you of the dates/times.

Transcript Procedures for Seniors  

SENIORS: To send transcripts set up your account with Parchment at
Scholarship Websites

Check out the following websites for scholarship opportunities:

Angie Otinger, Marshall County College and Career Coach
Marshall County College and Career Coach, Angie Otinger,  is on campus each Tuesday to assist with Scholarship/FAFSA/College and Career Planning. You will need to email Mrs. Otinger to schedule a meeting. Mrs. Otinger's email address: 

Helpful Websites: (FAFSA opens Oct 1)

To Study for the Accuplacer Visit:

Scholarship Opportunities:


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