Decide when you need to take the SAT, SAT Subject Tests, ACT or TOEFL. It is very important that you organize your schedule when planning to take these exams (September, October, November, December, January). You may register for these exams using the online websites. Be mindful of registration deadlines. If you register late, you may not use a waiver.
Ensure that you are on track to meet all Lynn Public Schools graduation requirements.
If you hope to play sports in college at the Division 1 or Division 2 levels, review NCAA guidelines and registration procedures at http://www.ncaa.org/student-athletes/future.
Consider your post-graduate options (Review above area)
If you plan to attend college next fall and would like to find out how much federal student aid you might be eligible for, FAFSA4caster is for you. This product can help you get an early start on the financial aid process. You can access FAFSA4caster at https://studentaid.gov/understand-aid/estimate.
Visit colleges, take college tours, schedule appointments with college admissions representatives, and investigate college websites.
If you know someone at a college that interests you, plan an overnight or weekend stay with that person. You might want to consider attending his/her classes on Friday and then experience the social scene over the weekend. If you do not know someone at a college that interests you, contact the college’s admissions office and determine if they coordinate overnight or weekend stays with students on campus.