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College Application Process

CEEB School Code 153200

Applying to College

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Beginning in the 2018-2019 school year, seniors will manage college and scholarship applications through their Naviance accounts.  College Visits and Programs can also be found in Naviance.
 
Username: SHS Network/Google username (not full email address)
Password: 6-digit SHS Student ID Number

How to Apply to College
College Application Guide
College Application Checklist
Faculty Recommendation Form

If you plan to play NCAA Division I or II athletics, you must register with the NCAA Clearinghouse at www.eligibilitycenter.org. For more information, visit the SHS NCAA Information page.

Paving the way to college for students experiencing homelessness

Low cost application for Minority students to apply to Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Indiana Latino Institute College Coaching Program/Consejería Universitaria

College Information for DACA Students
 
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With more than 700 member colleges and only one application, The Common Application is comprised of a rich and diverse membership – colleges that are public, private, large, small, secular, and religious. No other college application system matches the diversity of institutions accessible through The Common Application, which is why more than 1 million students, counselors and teachers rely on us every year.

 

How does The Common Application work? Colleges request a large amount of information from applicants, and we simplify the process by collecting much of that information all in one place. This prevents students from repeating the details of their background, education, activities, and testing over and over again, for every school on their list. It also enables students to stay on top of deadlines and manage school-specific tasks – without leaving our system. 

 

For information on matching your Common App with your Naviance Account, click here.

 
 
Click on the map to be redirected to the Indiana College Costs Estimator site's Interactive Map of Indiana Colleges and Universities.
 
Apprenticeship Programs
www.topnotch.org
www.albat.org
 
Next Level Jobs - Indiana The Workforce Ready Grant through NextLevel Jobs pays the tuition and mandatory fees for eligible high-value certificate programs at Ivy Tech Community College, Vincennes University or other approved providers. The grant is available for two (2) years and covers up to the number of credits required by the qualifying program. The grant does not cover courses that do not directly apply to the student’s certificate program. Program-specific fees and equipment are not covered.

 College Visit Opportunities
Greater Indianapolis Northside College Fair (March 13, 2019 from 6-8 p.m. at Grand Park Events Center)

Juniors and Seniors can meet with College Representatives by signing up in the Counseling Office or through Naviance. Campus Visit Opportunities and other College Programs are also available through Naviance.
 
Juniors and Seniors are eligible for two college visit days each year. To schedule a visit, contact the admission office at the college and complete a College Visit Day Form.
 
Virtual Tour Opportunities
eCampus Tours 
YouVisit: Virtual Campus Tours