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Parchment Information (Order transcripts for college)

FAFSA Information

KHEAA information and KEES Money

Senior Timeline

Graduation Information

 

FAFSA Information

Free Applicaton for Federal Student Aid - This application determines how much aid you can receive from federal sources.

 

Tips on filling out the FAFSA

 

1. BEFORE starting the FAFSA, gather these items.... You can also use this FAFSA Worksheet prior to filling it out so you know ahead of time what is going to be asked. 

  • Your Social Security number.
  • Your driver’s license number.
  • The W-2 forms and other records of money earned from the most recent tax year (if you’re filing the 2015-16 academic year, you’ll need your 2014 income and tax returns).
  • Your tax returns (and your spouse’s, if you’re married).
  • Your parents’ most recent tax return (if you’re a dependent student).
  • Your untaxed income records.
  • Your current bank statements.
  • Your current business and investment information.
  • Your alien registration or permanent resident card (if you’re not a U.S. citizen).

 

2. You will first Create 2 FSA ID's. Go to this website to create these:  https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm

* One FSA ID will be for the Parent and the other will be for the student.

* You will need different email addresses for each of these!  We do not recommend using your school student email since it will be disabled after graduation. 

 

3. To fill out the FAFSA go to www.fafsa.gov

* DO NOT PAY for the FAFSA.  If you fill out the FAFSA and it ask for payment information, you are on the wrong website!  Many websites will be very similar! 

 

4. HELP...

 

KHEAA has resources and Outreach Counselors to help you if you get stuck on some difficult questions.  Use their website to find your counselor and get help.  www.kheaa.com

 

FAFSA has FREE HELP!!!  You can find help online at fafsa.gov or you can call 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243). TTY users (hearing impaired) can call 1-800-730-8913

 

 

KHEAA information and KEES Money

Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority is a GREAT Resource and HELP with many facets of getting ready for college!! 

 

Check out their website!  www.kheaa.com

 

CHECK YOUR KEES Money that you have earned in High School.  Make sure it is correct! 

 

 

2017-18 Senior Time Line

September

  • Meet with college admission representatives visiting LCHS during lunch.
  • Register for college campus visits.
  • Fill out the Letter of Recommendation Personal Data Form and return it to counselors or teachers for them to write letters of recommendation for scholarship and admission applications.
  • Check with the colleges you are interested in and find out their application, scholarship, and financial aid deadlines.
  • Register with Parchment.  Make sure you remember your username and password.  Your transcripts will be sent via Parchment.  Parchment codes have been passed out in English classes.
  • Register for the ACT or SAT if you need to raise your scores.
  • Check the guidance office for local scholarships.

 

October

 

  • Take the ACT/SAT if necessary.
  • Work on admission application essays.
  • Seek and apply for scholarship awards from national, corporate, community agencies, and colleges.
  • Check the guidance office for local scholarships

November

  • Register for ACT if you need to raise your score.
  • Turn all counselor forms or secondary school reports in to your counselor two weeks before your first deadline.

 

December

 

 

January

  • Check the guidance office for local scholarships

 

February

 

  • Check the guidance office for local scholarships

 

March

 

  • Check the mail for your SAR (Student Aid Report) in the mail.  Pay attention to the EFT (Expected Family Contribution) and discuss it with your family.
  • Check the guidance office for local scholarships

April

  • Watch the mail for acceptance letters and financial aid award letters.  Compare the packages.
  • Choose a school and send in the deposit by the deadline. 
  • Check the guidance office for local scholarships
  • Make a list of all scholarships you have been offered and submit that along with the name of the college you are attending to Mrs. Cooper for the Senior Awards Night Ceremony.

May

  • Take AP Exams.
  • Write thank you notes to people who wrote letters of recommendation for you.
  • Request your final transcript be sent to your college through Parchment.
  • Celebrate your graduation at Project Graduation.

 

 

 

2018 Graduation Information for Students and Parents

2018 Graduation dates and information are not available yet.  If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Connie Howerton.  Her email is connie.howerton@lincoln.kyschools.us or you may leave a message for her at school 606-365-9111.

 

Below is 2017 information.

-Graduation is Tuesday, May 23 at 7:00 PM in the gymnasium.  Doors will open at 6:00 PM.

-Each student will receive 10 tickets for graduation.  Tickets are required for admittance.  Children, first grade and older, must have a ticket. 

-If any of your guests have special seating needs or other needed accommodations, please let Mrs. Howerton know by May 12.  Her email is connie.howerton@lincoln.kyschools.us or you may leave a message for her at school 606-365-9111.

-Practice will be the afternoon of Friday, May 19 and all day Monday, May 22.  Students are required to be at practice.  Caps and gowns are needed for practice on Monday, May 22.  A class picture will be made on Monday, May 22. 

-Seniors will be visiting their elementary schools (wearing their caps and gowns) right after graduation practice on May 22 to encourage students to graduate from high school. We will leave by 1:30 on busses and return to the high school around 2:30.  Seniors will be allowed to leave unless they are riding a bus home. 

-Clothing attire for graduation is:

                Males-dress shirt with a collar and a tie, dress pants (no jeans), and dress shoes or boots

Females-dress, skirt/blouse combination, or dress slacks/blouse combination (no jeans), and dress shoes or sandals

-Gowns should not be wrinkled.  You might wish to hang it up in the bathroom for several days so wrinkles will fall out or lightly iron the gown.

-Cap is to worn flat on the head.   Caps may not be decorated.

-All seniors must be at graduation by 6:00 PM.

-Individual pictures of seniors in their caps and gowns can be taken on Tuesday, May 23 from 5:00-6:30 in the school lobby.  A price list for all photos will be given to the seniors.  Students will pay for photos when they arrive at graduation. 

-Lincoln County Board of Education Policy states:  Any student who has an outstanding balance(s) on a school account will forfeit the right to participate in graduation exercises unless balances are paid on or before the date of graduation.

Any student the principal deems extremely disruptive during graduation practice or graduation exercises will be required to appear before the Board to receive his/her diploma.  Extremely disruptive may include, but is not limited to, use or possession of water guns/bottles, smoke bombs or other irritants, silly string, throwing items toward or on to the stage or into the crowd and any other conduct that would violate the Lincoln County High School or District Code of Conduct.

-The Interior Journal will publish a graduation section of the paper.  Please contact them at 606-365-2104 to place an ad for your grad.

-Caps & gowns will be passed out at school as they arrive and are checked in.  If seniors have not ordered their caps & gowns this needs to be done immediately.  They can be ordered at the link below:

http://shop.balfour.com/smi28953/catalog/category/view/s/individual-items/id/312930/

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