- CSS PROFILE
- FastWeb. An excellent free site for students to find private scholarships matching their backgrounds or interests.
- Federal Financial Aid. This is the form you must fill out to become eligible for virtually all types of financial aid in college.
- Florida Bright Futures. Here you’ll find information about Florida’s merit-based scholarship program, and learn how to apply.
- Florida Prepaid College Plan
- Sallie Mae. Student loan information for students and parents.
- Scholarships.com. Another site offering information about private scholarships.
Most colleges require an entrance examination as an indicator of academic readiness for college. The score of this standardized test is one of the most critical criteria college admissions consider. The two most often required are the ACT and SAT Reasoning Test. Some colleges require or recommend the SAT II Subject Tests as well.
The ACT contains multiple-choice tests in four areas: English, mathematics, reading, and science, with an additional optional writing test. The score range is 1 (low) to 36 (high). Visit ACT to create an account, view test dates, register to take the ACT, view your scores, send your scores to colleges, and access to online test preparation.
The SAT contains multiple-choice tests in two areas: English and mathematics with an additional optional writing test. Each section has a maximum score of 800. SAT II Subject Area Tests (history, literature, science, math, and foreign language) may be required by selective colleges in addition to the ACT or SAT. Three SAT Subject Area tests may be taken on one testing day; however, you may not take the SAT and SAT II on the same day. Visit http://www.collegeboard.com to create and account, view test dates, register to the SAT, view your scores, send your scores to colleges, and access to online test preparation.
The King’s Academy’s CEEB Code (College Entrance Examination Board) is 101821.
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA): Any student, who is considering playing NCAA division sports, must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. Click on link to learn more about the NCAA, the Eligibility Center, and how and when to get started.
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA): Any student, who is considering playing NAIA division sports, must register with the NAIA Eligibility Center. Click on the link to learn more about the NAIA, the Eligibility Center, and more.