College Preparation

  • College Application Resources

     

    Please click on the link above to view a page with college application resources!

     

    Applerouth Tutoring Services SAT/ACT Prep Class at Lambert:

    Applerouth is holding free, full-length proctored mock SAT/ACT tests on Zoom. See the link here for more info: https://drive.google.com/file/d/19SD5h3m6LeLCcvD1ZFl5u7Rb7jul7Kt5/view?usp=sharing

    Applerouth Tutoring Services is offering SAT prep classes at Lambert HS.  The classes include 3 Mock exams, 18 hours of instruction and all student materials. Applerouth has been preparing students for college since 2001. See the flyer here for more information. To learn more about Applerouth, please visit www.applerouth.com

     

    Full-length proctored tests enable you to see where you stand on the test, without the pressure of an official score. Afterwards, a comprehensive score report will help you target areas for improvement and plan for your real test accordingly. Each mock is $20. All proceeds benefit the Lambert High School Counseling Office. 

    To register, go to www.applerouth.com/signup and enter the event code located on the Fall 2020 flyer (see link below).


    Motivated students in our interactive group setting learn the major SAT concepts and strategies needed to master the exam. As a participant in the classroom, you will receive test guides and session notes that help simplify the studying process. Additionally, you will receive detailed mock test results that allow us to track improvement, and enable us to alter lesson plans based class-wide results.

     

    Click here to see the FALL 2020 flyer
       

     

    College Planning

    Free monthly webinars for college success.

    http://www.getcollegefunding.org/t2/webinars/collegeplanningwebinars2019-20/

     

    College Fairs

    Are you going to a College Fair? If so be sure to download this Checklist and take it with you. It will help you not to forget to get valuable information while you are right there in front of the Representative of the college.

    College Fair Checklist

    Transcript Requests

    Students must create an account and submit transcript requests on the following link: https://www.parchment.com/u/registration/195300/account. Please utilize the Parchment website for ALL transcript requests

     

    Interested in an evening with UGA?

    The University of Georgia and the Office of Admissions is excited to invite you to an Evening with UGA. This program is designed to help you learn about the opportunities available at UGA and our admissions process. This event is now open to sophomores and juniora! Please see the flyer here for more info.

    To request records of students that have already graduated please contact the Student Records Center at 678-947-0863, ext. 5 or go this link:

    http://www.forsyth.k12.ga.us/site/Default.aspx?PageID=1514

     

    Senior Brag Sheet

    Please complete the Senior Brag Sheet to assist your Counselor and teachers with your recommendation letters and Secondary School Reports.

    Senior Brag Sheet.

     

    How WILL I Pay For College $$

    We appreciate all the parents that attended our Financial Aid Night. The PowerPoint that was used for this presentation is here for you.

    Financial Aid Night PowerPoint

    Financial Aid Presentation by Scott Kessler Powerpoint

     

     

    FAFSA UPDATE

    Did you need info about the FAFSA, take a look at this website:

    fafsa.ed.gov

     

    For information about registering for the ACT and/or SAT, please see the LHS Testing Information webpage

     

    SAT Preparation Information

     

    MySchoolCourses.com SAT/ACT Prep Class at Lambert:

    Lambert High School teachers will be offering customized SAT and ACT courses next year at LHS. Each SAT course will offer students hours of direct instruction to prepare them for their selected test, and will typically be held on Mondays and Wednesdays.

    To learn more about this course, visit http://www.myschoolcourses.com/lambert-high-school.html.

    March 2 Success:

    This is an online, self-paced course designed to improve student performance on standardized tests while enhancing student math, science, English and STEM skills. It is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week and is totally free. The content was developed by Peterson's, a Nelnet company. Individuals will have the capability of selecting part or all sections of the courses offered within March2Success. This program is NOT only for students interested in military it is for ANYONE's use. The site is for everyone over the age of 13. Sign onto march2success to register and to view course demonstrations.

     

    Khan Academy provides a free SAT prep. Check it out -www.khanacademy.org .


    SAT Question of the Day:

    The College Board provides a free web-based review service. Students can register on-line and track their progress. Click here to register for this service.

     

    College Visitations

    Students are encouraged to visit college admission websites for schools they may be interested in attending. The colleges will often post information about times their school representatives will be visiting our area, spring preview sessions, summer programs, and so much more. Due to numbers of colleges all over the country, we are unable to gather all of this information but strongly encourage you to research the colleges you are interested in so you will be aware of these special events.

    College Visit Form

     

    HOPE/Zell Miller Scholarship

    All relevant information for the Hope/Zell Miller Scholarship is being posted on the on the Georgia Student Finance Commission website.

     

    NCAA Eligibility

    In order to participate in college athletics and receive athletically based financial aid, you must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center and meet academic and amateurism eligibility standards. In order to register with the eligibility center, you must have a valid U.S. Social Security Number and pay a $60 eligibility center fee. Please visit the NCAA Eligibility website for more information. Additional details can be found on each class link on the LHS Counseling website.

     

    College Information and Searches

    There are many resources that can help you research colleges. The following links are some resources that provide you with information regarding four-year and two-year colleges.

     

     

     

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    college admissions advice and study tips!

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