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TOPS UNIVERSITY- Designed for students who plan to enroll in a 4-year college/university upon graduation.
JUMP START- Designed for students who plan to attend a 2-year technical/vocational college or enter the workforce upon graduation.
Steps to completing the FAFSA Application
1 - Students and parents must create individual FSAIDs using seperate email addresses and phone numbers.
Parents/Guardians - If you previously created a FSA Id for yourself or another child/student, then you will you use the same FSA Id information.
**Please keep record of the username/password and contact information used when creating the FSA Ids.**
2 - Seniors - You will complete the 2021 - 2022 FAFSA application using your parents/guardians 2019 tax return information. The application opens on Thursday, October 1, 2020.
**Please email the confirmation page to Ms. Jackson once your application is complete.**
Any students who are unable to complete the FAFSA application for any reason must complete one of the following forms: (Non-Participation form or Hardship Waiver)
To access the FAFSA Completion Guide and Workbook - Click Here.
For FAFSA related questions, call the Lela FAFSA HELPline for assistance:
(844) GO FAFSA or (844) 463-2372
PB & J Scholarship - Click here.
Application Deadline: May 31, 2021
Award Amount: $500 - $1,000
Application Deadline: March 1, 2021.
Total Award Amount: A $1,000 Scholarship Award
RevenueZen Social Selling Scholarship - The RevenueZen Social Selling Scholarship is an award for any current or soon-to-be undergrad who is looking to innovate the hiring process. In an ideal world, what would hiring and applying for a job look like? How will you stand out? The RevenueZen Scholarship has a brief submission process, and applicants will be judged on their ability to convey their idea for an innovative social selling process focused on getting hired at a specific company.
Application Deadline: December 15th each year
Award Amount: $1000
Ask Lela Scholarships - L.A. College Websites and Scholarships
Studentscholarships.org - The following scholarship information can be found on this website.
Vegetarian Resource Group Scholarships - $10,000 (3 Awards)
Deadline: February 20, 2021
Scholarships and Resources for African American Students
Sallie Mae Scholarship Search - Scholarship Search is the free way to get access to more than 5 million college scholarships worth up to $24 billion.
Register and be entered to win $1,000 for college.
Fastweb – Access over 1.5 million scholarships to help pay for college.
Finding a College Major - If you’re undecided or not sure which college major best fits you, visit this website and complete the assessment.
Common Application - Explore over 900 colleges and universities using a single online college application form. Instead of filling out the same general information—like your address, GPA, and extracurriculars— a dozen times, you only have to do it once.
Common Black College Application – Apply to 54 Historically Black Colleges and Universities with a one-time fee of $35.
Scholarships.com – Search over 3.7 million college scholarships and grants for about $19 billion in financial aid to help pay for college.
NAACP Scholarship - Each year the NAACCP, through generous donations, is able to provide scholarships to outstanding students.
United Negro College Fund – UNCF is the nation’s largest private scholarship provider to minority group members.
UNIGO – UNIGO is your connection to over $3.6 million in scholarships.
GoingMerry - Students fill out a profile once, get matched to scholarships they’re eligible for, and then can apply seamlessly to multiple scholarships at once--right on our site.
Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation – This scholarship is an achievement-based scholarship awarded to graduating high school seniors.
Hispanic Scholarship Fund – Since 1975, HSF has awarded over $500 million in scholarships to more than 65,000 scholars.
Free Sallie Mae College Planning/Scholarship Information - We created this resource to help students and families responsibly pay for college. Explore important, timely topics and share with others who may have questions about planning for college.
Scholarships for Seniors - Click here for more information about upcoming scholarships.
ACT/SAT and Work Keys
2022-2023 ACT TEST DATES
2022-2023 ACT FEES
Websites for Test Preparation
NCAA Clearinghouse Information
Students who plan to attend a college/university after graduation and need to qualify academically must be cleared as a Division I or II student-athlete. Click here to create your NCAA Clearinghouse Account.
You will need a credit or debit card for the registration fee. However, fee waivers are available for students who receive free/reduced lunch. Once registered, please contact Ms. Jackson so that you account can be finalized.
To have your ACT score reports sent directly to the NCAA Clearinghouse, students should use the code: 9999
If you are a former student of Kentwood High Magnet School or you are requesting a transcript for a former student for employment or educational purposes, there is a $5 charge. We cannot release the transcript until those funds are received. Transcripts may be obtained in person by contacting Ms. Hope Jones, the school counselor, or you may mail an authorized release with the student's information along with a $5 check or money order. In addition, we are only allowed to accept checks if it is being written off of a business account. If you are coming in person, you may pay with cash (exact change).
Kentwood High Magnet School
Mailing address: 603 9th Street, Kentwood, LA 70444
Fax number: (985) 229 - 2881