ACT & SAT Deadlines

College Informational Meetings &

Open Houses

ACT and SAT prefers that students register online. 

Students are encouraged to take the ACT or SAT for the first time during the summer after the sophomore year in order to determine any academic areas that might need strengthening. These tests can be retaken several times. 

At the time you register, you may select up to four colleges to which you would like your ACT scores sent and your score will be sent at no extra cost. 

 

ACT: www.act.org 

SAT: www.collegeboard.com 

BCS Code: 011042

 

ACT tests              Deadline                Late Fee Required  

Feb 9, 2019          Jan 11, 2019         Jan 12-18, 2019

April 13, 2019       March 8, 2019       March 9-25, 2019

June 8, 2019        May 3, 2019           May 4-20, 2019

July 13, 2019        June 14, 2019       June 15-24, 2019

SAT tests              Deadline                Late Fee Required  

March 9, 2019      Feb 8, 2019           Feb 19, 2019

May 4, 2019         April 5, 2019          April 24, 2019

June 1, 2019        May 3, 2019           May 14, 2019

Test Fees: 

ACT: $46

ACT with writing: $62.50

 

 

At the links below you will find information that has been compiled by ECCSS Guidance Office. Remember to look for other opportunities on the websites of colleges and universities that interest you. Students planning college visits will be granted excused absences. Please notify the school and make arrangements with your teachers in advance. 

Click here for more information regarding future college Open House events.

Click here for tips on essay writing. 

Scholarship Opportunities

For general scholarship opportunities, please visit the following websites: 

• www.fastweb.com 

• www.scholarships.com 

• www.studentscholarships.org 

• www.brokescholar.com 

• www.collegeboard.com 

• https://www.salliemae.com/plan-for-college/college-planning-toolbox/

Other Information

Personality Type:

Knowing your personality type can give insight into a number of areas of your life, including potential careers. You can find many free assessments online. One example is www.16personalitytypes.com, but there are many from which you can choose. Once you know your personality type, you can research career types that are suitable for it. 

 

Online Career Information 

A tool for career exploration and job analysis, O*Net online has detailed description of the world of work for use by job seekers, HR professionals, students, researchers, and more. Visit https://www.onetonline.org to explore careers.

Alicia Vincent

School Counselor

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