Important Dates

Junior Information

PSAT is offered at Moultonborough Academy on Wednesday, October 19, 2016. Sign up with Mrs. Chapman!

College Prep for Juniors: Wednesday, March 2, 2016 at 6pm. Parents are encouraged to join us! We will have a speaker from NHHEAF to discuss the college selection and application process. 

SAT School Day is on Wednesday, April 5, 2017. All juniors will take the SAT with Essay. 

Destination College: Saturday, March 18, 2017 at Plymouth State University. This is a FREE day of workshops for juniors and parents to learn about the college process. It is sponsored by NHHEAF and is full of helpful and motivational talks. Don't miss it! www.destinationcollege.org Registration will open this winter. 



            Sophomore Information

PSAT is offered at Moultonborough Academy on Wednesday, October 19. Sign up with Mrs. Chapman.
Talk to Mrs. Chapman about going to the HOBY Youth Leadership workshop. Application is due by the end of November.

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             Senior Information

College Information Overview--Tuesday, September 6, 6pm--Held in the Music Room at MA, Presented by NHHEAF to help seniors and their parents understand the steps of the college application process and a brief introduction to financial aid.  

Student-Athlete Night--Presented by NHHEAF to help student-athletes learn about recruitment, NCAA Eligibility, self-marketing, and time management. 

Financial Aid Night--Monday, October 3, 6pm--Held in the Music Room at MA, Presented by NHHEAF to help seniors and their parents understand the process of applying for financial aid. 

FAFSA Filing Sessions--Schedule an individual appointment with a financial aid expert to get help filing your child's Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at NHHEAF in Concord.  

Award Letter Information Night--Tuesday, March 29, 6pm--Held in the Music Room at MA, Presented by NHHEAF to help seniors and their parents understand the components of the financial aid package and learn how to compare financial aid and costs of different schools.

In addition to these presentations at MA, NHHEAF offers YouTube versions of their presentations online, so you can learn more about topics related to the college process. Find them by scrolling over the Events and Resources tab and then clicking on the CCP Presentation Handouts line on the NHHEAF web site.

Selective Service Registration:  This is a reminder that according to Federal Law all 18 year-old young men must register with Selective Service within 30 days of their 18th birthday.  Registration is easy.  Simply go on-line at http://www.sss.gov or visit your local Post Office and ask for a registration card.  Selective Service now accepts early submission of registration information by students who are at least 17 years and 3 months old; doing this you will be automatically registered when they turn 18.

Seniors, if you hope to play Division I or Division II sports at college, you need to register with NCAA Clearinghouse.  
*Go to www.ncaaclearinghouse.net to do so.