• Check your graduation requirements on Skyward.
  • Check your school email and teams daily for important information and events.
  • If you are interested in military, contact recruiter for specific branch. Explore and visit military.com for more information.
  • The ASVAB will be offered on our campus in the fall, a sign-up form will be posted on teams and sent to student email once the date is determined.
  • If you took the school day SAT last year and were on free/reduced lunch, you have access can retake the SAT two times using a fee waiver. You must be qualified for free/reduced lunch to receive a waiver. Sign up for the next SAT on College Board then email your school counselor when you are ready for the fee waiver.
  • Attend the St. Lucie County College Fair on Wednesday, September 25th, from 6:00pm-8:00pm at the Havert L. Fenn Center. Over 50 colleges will be in attendance answer questions about admissions, financial aid, and scholarships.
  • Complete the FAFSA in October.  (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
  • Research application deadlines and plan to finish the application process early just in case there is an issue. Check university admissions website for their specific information and assistance. Most priority college application deadlines including financial aid priority is November 1st.
  • All high school students should apply as “First Time in College Applicants” even if you are in dual enrollment.
  • Update your resume using the Xello Resume Builder tool.
  • Complete the following Xello lessons:
    • Job Interviewing
    • Career Path Options
    • Career Backup Plans
    • Defining Sucess
  • Complete the community service/work hours form to Ms. Cetin in room 332.  This is not a graduation requirement but required for Bright Futures. Check the Bright Futures requirements to see if you qualify.
  • Complete your college application and continue to apply to scholarships.
  • Report your college acceptances and scholarship winnings to Ms. Scherden in 941B.
  • Most of the Florida Universities do not need a letter of recommendation. If you do need a letter from the school counselor, please email your assigned school counselor a copy of your Xello Resume or Student Brag Sheet for a School Counselor Recommendation at least 2 weeks in prior to the due date.
  • Register for the SAT and ACT if needed for college admissions, scholarships, or high school graduation concordant scores.

Middle of Fall to Winter Break


  • Continue to apply for scholarships.
  • Check Bright Futures requirements, if you meet the GPA and classes requirement but not the test score requirements, sign up for the next SAT/ACT.
  • Students entering the military need to finalize plans and sign papers with the military recruiter.
  • Students attending college need to select the post-secondary institution they will be attending and request final transcript via TBA. You need to follow up by contacting their office of admissions, financial aid, etc.  Make sure to meet their deadlines.

All students are encouraged to complete the Florida Financial Aid Application on December 1st of their senior year. There are multiple State of Florida Scholarships and Grants available. There is one application for all programs. In order to apply, the student must first create a student account. Once the account is created, you must log into your account and proceed to complete the application.

Link to Create Student Account for Florida Financial Assistance 

Please visit the Office of Student Financial Assistance to view requirements for all State Scholarship and Grant Programs.   Link to State of Florida Scholarship & Grant Programs