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Use the Scholarships Link Page for access to tools to help you locate information regarding scholarships.

View the State of Michigan Colleges and Universities pdf document for information regarding the state's Major Colleges & Universities. Within you will find information on Admissions, Scholarships, Application Forms, and Tuition & Fees.

View the  Map of Michigan Colleges and Universities pdf document for the geographical locations of schools within the State of Michigan.

View the State of Michigan Colleges Honors Programs pdf document for information regarding the state's Colleges & Universities Honors College requirements and benefits.

Visit the site BestEdSites.com to see how the websites of the country’s colleges and universities stack up to one another. The link provided is for Michigan schools but once you’re out on the site you can navigate to any state you choose.

The Addtional Resources is a PDF document filled with website links to information regarding scholarships, career assessment tools, saving for college, and much more.  Please check back often for updates. 

ACT, SAT & PSAT/NMSQT Tests Standardized tests are the key to unlocking a higher education. Without the right score(s) you may not be allowed into your desired school. Preparing for test day is one of the greatest challenges you face at the high school level. Please check this out. There are 15 sites with "FREE" on-line prep tests just a click away.

High School Placement Tests During a student�s four year journey through high school a number of Placement Tests are taken each year to help prepare the student for college and career exploration.

ACT Info is a PDF document filled with important information regarding the ACT test.  It contains test dates, registration fees, test locations, and more.

SAT Info is a PDF document filled with important information regarding the SAT test.  It contains test dates, registration fees, test locations, and more.

Summer may not be the best time to make a college visit is a PDF document that has critical information for making a college visit and filling out college applications.

CDMP College Comparison Worksheet is a PDF document that serves as an evaluation sheet for schools that you are interested in attending. The sheet will help you compare schools in regards to various categories such as "Academics", "Campus Environment", "Student Activities", etc.

Does the PSAT Matter? is a PDF document intended especially for Juniors. It is a must read on the importance of the PSAT and how the test can help you for college.

Criteria for Getting into College is a PDF document intended especially for Juniors. It is a must read on the importance of the PSAT and how the test can help you for college.

Student Athlete Resources is a PDF document containing a list of various student athlete web sites that supply information that every potential college athlete and parent should know.

Summer Programs A Table with a listing of Summer Camp Programs at College Campuses in Michigan and the United States broken down by Educational Category.

Michigan College and High School ROTC Programs is a PDF document containing a table and lists of Michigan's college and high school programs.

Military Academy is a PDF document describing what a high school student needs to do in high school to prepare for an application to one of our service academies.


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Click Here A New SAT 2016 Go to this website for changes that are coming to the SAT Test in 2016
Click Here ACT Test Official ACT Preparation Site for "registering" on-line. This site also offers many "free" tips, questions and information.
Click Here ACT Test - Anxiety This nationally renowned self-help guide provides practical help, at no cost, for people who suffer mild to severe test anxiety. See Page 5 for other Test Taking Tips.
Click Here ACT vs SAT Info Understand the differences between the two tests. Also, see write-up (ACT,SAT&PSAT/NMSQT) in section above that lists over 15 links with free on-line standardized tests.
Click Here Admission Essay An Admissions Dean's Tips for Getting In How to write a memorable essay and explain a bad grade
Click Here AP and Honors Courses Should I take Honors or AP Courses? Make sure you understand the AP Credit Policy at each school. http://collegesearch.collegeboard.com/apcreditpolicy/index.jsp and http://collegeapps.about.com/od/apadvancedplacement/f/AP-Score.htm
Click Here Cabrini HS Guidance Please visit Cabrini's Guidance Counselor Ms. Mizak's web site for valuable information on a variety of school and college information for graduation.
Click Here Cabrini HS Web Page Direct link to Cabrini High School's new web page. All types of information about admissions, academics, sports, news, etc...
Click Here Career & College Search The "Collegeboard" has some excellent information for college and career search and planning. Find a college by location, major, cost, and sports. Mix and Match criteria to narrow search.
Click Here Career Info - Michigan PURE MICHIGAN reports on over 400 occupations that contain information about job duties, salaries/wages, education or training requirements, employment outlook, career ladder, related occupations and much more.
Click Here Careers US News answers: Which occupations offer decent salaries, quality of lifeā€”and are likely to stick around for the next decade?
Click Here Careers Conerstone: Prior to college, there are several steps you can take to help prepare for careers in science, engineering, mathematics, technology, computing, or medicine.
Click Here Careers America's Career Infonet - conduct a career assessment, look up occupations and much more... one of my favorites because it is free too!
Click Here Careers Not sure what you want to study? The Holland Codes(RIASEC), is a theory of careers and vocational choice based upon personality types and matches them to majors. From Purdue University
Click Here Careers O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more!
Click Here Careers The CareerLink is a 36-question assessment based on the premise that your self-estimates are a valid basis for career decision-making. It measures your interests, aptitudes, temperaments, physical capacities. Follow the "Frog"
Click Here Careers - New 2014 Mapping Your Future is a national collaborative, public-service, nonprofit organization providing college and career information.
Click Here Careers - Stats Bureau of Labor Standards -Welcome to the Nation's premier source for career information! The profiles cover hundreds of careers and describe What They Do, How to Become One, Pay, and more.
Click Here College Applicat Process U.S. News and Report provides generic tips, tools, and expert advice that can make the college application process easier.
Click Here College Costs Since 1994, the MSEP has provided more affordable opportunities for students to attend out-of-state institutions. The MSEP serves as the Midwest's largest multi-state tuition reciprocity program. MSEP is not a scholarship.
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