Virtual College Fair:

  • Financial Aid Night: TBD
  • PSAT/NMSQT for Juniors: October 11, 2023
  • PSAT 10 for Sophomores: March 6, 2024
  • SAT School Day for Juniors: March 2024
  • ASVAB for all 10th grade students:  September 26, 2023
  • Keystone exams 2024:  Winter exams: January 3-17, 2024   AND   Spring exams: May 13-24, 2024
  • Financial Aid Night for Juniors and their parents/guardians: April  2024


Searching for Scholarships and Affording the Balance:  9/12 Tuesday at Noon & 9/28 Thursday at 6:30pm

There are many ways to pay for education, and one important step is to search and apply for Scholarships. More free money equals less borrowing. This presentation will review the types of options available, along with tips on applying. It will also offer samples of fun scholarship options to get you started. We’ll then review what to do about the balances that might be left over in order to make affordable higher education decisions. Join Linda Pacewicz and Daniel Wray from Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) for an hour of detailed information on this topic.

Financial Aid Timeline – know what to do when:  9/14 Thursday at Noon & 9/26 Tuesday at 6:30pm

Follow Linda Pacewicz and Dan Wray of Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) as they guide you along the exciting (and sometimes bumpy) road to an affordable higher education. The journey will begin before high school and end in the land of education loan repayment – or maybe even education loan forgiveness. One thing is for certain: it’s never too early to start preparing for a successful higher education experience. This 1 hour presentation will provide the starting points and web resources- for effective research before, during and after your student makes postsecondary decisions. Know what to expect and to plan for it is the key. Failing to plan, is planning to fail!

PA 529 and PHEAA Discuss Options to Cover the Gap  9/14 Thursday 6:30pm

Please join Linda Pacewicz and Dan Wray of the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) and special guest Ryan Buxton of the Pennsylvania Treasury ( for this extremely informative webinar. Learn how to plan for financial success as you seek a postsecondary education, with an extra emphasis on saving via a 529 plan. This webinar also briefly covers best practices (such as seeking grants and scholarships first), the primary methods of keeping school related debt to a minimum, and additional resources (such as school-based tuition payment plans). The webinar discusses private/ alternative loans as a last resort. Lots of info here. Don’t miss it!

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