The countdown to graduation for the Class of 2018 has begun!
We’ve compiled a list of some of the most asked-for resources to help navigate this final year.
Minimum total credits required for graduation in Idaho is 46… View the state requirements as well as additional information listed by school.
Applying to College
Direct Admissions — What it is, why it’s important, and what to do next
The Common Application,” (aka “Common App”)
• College application week
• Preparing for college campus visits
• Sample high school resume, and more…
Paying for College
Visit edinfocentercda.com/Pay-for-School/North-Idaho-Scholarships for the most comprehensive list of local, state & regional scholarships
• FAFSA application date & important information about tax returns
• Scholarship deadlines (Many in February & March!)
• Work/Study programs, and more…
AP Credits, Transfer Credits, Dual Enrollment
• Navigate the transfer of credit across Idaho institutions at idtransfer.org
• “Recovery” and online credits at idahodigitallearning.org
• Advanced learning opportunities: Advanced Placement (AP), Dual Enrollment, College-Level Equivalency
Program (CLEP), and CTE Advanced Opportunities (Professional Tech / PTE)
• IMPORTANT! FUNDING for Advanced Learning classes & exams is available via the ID State Board of Education’s Fast Forward Program.
• What’s the difference between AP and Honors classes?
• How is AP Curricula determined?, and more …
Find the complete guide at edinfocentercda.com/High-School/All-things-Senior