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Post Grad Site
Located on the 2nd floor of the IST building, the Post Grad Center at Overland High School is a bridge between high school and students' plans after high school.  Our Post Grad Center is for all grades, not just seniors!  Please scroll below to see what's new.

ME Espinosa Mary Eugenia (M.E.)
Espinosa

Post Grad Coordinator
720.747.3462
mespinosa@cherrycreekschools.org
Steve Sewell Steve
Sewell

Post Grad Specialist
720.747.3452
ssewell2@cherrycreekschools.org
5/1/2018 8:20 AM College Celebration in Post Grad During Lunches 
5/7/2018 8:20 AM AP Exams (5/7–5/16) 
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 Post Grad News & Info

Spring Break...

Starting Saturday, March 24, you are on spring break for 9 days!  Make sure you are using this time wisely!  After break there are fewer than 7 weeks of school left in the school year.  Plan accordingly.

Naviance

Naviance is a college and career readiness solution that helps districts and schools align student strengths and interests to postsecondary goals, improving student outcomes and connecting learning to life.

Start preparing for the ACT on Naviance. Log in and click ACT Prep Class.
 
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Questions? See Mr. Sewell in Post Grad.
 

 Standardized Tests

Colleges want test scores because grading scales and course offerings vary significantly from one high school to another, standardized tests provide colleges one way to compare applicant strengths. Remember that tests represent only one out of many components considered in the admissions process. Scores alone will neither guarantee admittance nor ensure rejection. Not all colleges require standardized tests.

View a list* of more than 800 colleges and universities that do not use SAT or ACT scores for admission. In addition, junior colleges (2-year colleges) do not require standardized tests for admission. http://www.fairtest.org/university/optional

FairTest | The National Center for Fair and Open Testing
www.fairtest.org
990+ Accredited Colleges and Universities That Do Not Use ACT/SAT Scores to Admit Substantial Numbers of Students Into Bachelor-Degree Programs
ACT
Register @ actstudent.org
ACT $42.50 | ACT with Writing $58.50
Late +$27.50 | Standby +$51
SAT
Register @ collegeboard.com
SAT $46 | SAT with Essay $60
Late +$29 | Waitlist +$49
OHS is an ACT and S​AT Test Center (except for June)
All deadlines are postmark or online submission by date

ACT Test Date
(Registration Deadline)
SAT Test
Registration Deadline
September 9, 2017
(August 4, 2017)
August 26, 2017
(July 28, 2017)
​October 28, 2017
(September 22, 2017)
October 7, 2017
(September 8, 2017)
​December 9, 2017
(November 3, 2017)
​November 4, 2017
(October 5, 2017)
​February 10, 2018
(January 12, 2018)
December 2, 2017
(November 2, 2017)
April 14, 2018
(March 14, 2018)
​March 10, 2018
(February 9, 2018)
​June 9, 2018
(May 4, 2018)
May 5, 2018
(April 6, 2018)
July 14, 2018
(June 15, 2018)
​June 2, 2018
(May 3, 2018)
 
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 Financial Aid

FAFSA Website | fafsa.ed.gov
Get help paying for college by submitting a Free Application for Federal Student Aid.  To complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you will need to go to the FAFSA website.

Make sure you have the following:

  • Your Social Security Number
  • Your Alien Registration Number (if you are not a U.S. citizen)
  • Your most recent federal income tax returns, W-2s, and other records of money earned. (Note: You may be able to transfer your federal tax return information into your FAFSA using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool.)
  • Bank statements and records of investments (if applicable)
  • Records of untaxed income (if applicable)
  • An FSA ID to sign electronically.


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Click the image at the right to view the PowerPoint slideshow from the Overland presentation on September 14, 2017.




Helpful Videos on Financial Aid



College Opportunity Fund (seniors)

What is The College Opportunity Fund (COF)?
The College Opportunity Fund (COF), created by the Colorado Legislature, provides a stipend to eligible undergraduate students. The stipend pays a portion of your total in-state tuition when you attend a participating college.
Eligible undergraduate students must apply, be admitted and enroll in classes at a participating college to receive this benefit. Both new and continuing students are eligible for the stipend.
Qualifying students may use the stipend for eligible undergraduate classes. The stipend is paid on a per credit hour basis directly to the college at which the student is enrolled. The credit-hour amount is set annually by the General Assembly.

For more information, please visit cof.college-assist.org.

 Transcripts

Current Students
​After submitting each college and scholarship application,
stop by Post Grad to fill out a blue transcript request sheet. 
The first 2 transcripts are free.  Each additional transcript is $5.

Alumni
You can request transcripts here.
Please remember to include the address where the transcript will be sent (college, university, or your home address). 
Also, include your name and graduation year.

RevTrak Online Payments
You can pay with cash or by credit card after submitting the blue transcript request sheet in Post Grad.
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 Tell Us

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We want to know about it!

Log into your Naviance account to update your results.  Need help? CLICK HERE
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More info coming soon
​We are now using RepVisits!
College admissions representatives, please go to
repvisits.com to schedule a visit!
Senior College Information Night​
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Junior College Information Night
February 8, 2018
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 College Vocabulary

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 Apply For College

 Index Chart

College admittance index chart  Use this chart to help determine which colleges/universities will admit you, based on your ACT and GPA.
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