SCHOOL COUNSELORS

Preparing for Graduation

 

Preparing yourself for graduation is a journey that involves growing, maturing and taking on more responsibility throughout your high school career.  As you prepare for life after high school it is important to develop the self advocacy skills that will go with you whether you will be going on to college, entering military service or joining the work force.  Family and friends have guided you up to this point and now it is time for you to begin your own steps toward independence as you are becoming

an adult.

 

Look, listen and learn; all the information and support you need is readily available to you so take in the resources here at Southwestern Schools!

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Angela Barth

School Counselor | Director of Pupil Services

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bartha@swsd.k12.wi.us

ph: 608.854.2261 x116

Tammy Crary

Social Worker

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craryt@swsd.k12.wi.us

ph: 608.854.2261

Angela Bibb

School Counselor

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bibba@swsd.k12.wi.us

ph: 608.854.2261 x223

Morgan Vosberg

Social & Emotional Learning Coach

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Resources

UW SYSTEM PLACEMENT TESTING 

https://testing.wisc.edu/centerpages/regionaltesting.html

 

COLLEGE - UW SYSTEM HELP SITE

https://uwhelp.wisconsin.edu/

www.fastweb.com  -- One of the best free scholarship sites.

www.fastaid.com -- Oldest and largest private sectors scholarship database.

www.scholarships.com – Award database of over 3,000 sources.

https://comparite.ch/scholarship-scams   An extensive guide to scholarship scams helping students get smarter at avoiding scammers. 

www.schoolsoup.com – Has a database of over 250,000 scholarships.

www.college-scholarships.com/free_scholarship_searches.htm -- A list of sites.

https://discoveraccounting.org/become-a-cpa/wisconsin/

https://www.mometrix.com/blog/scholarships-for-college/

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Here is some helpful resource for students who are looking to finance their education by using available scholarships that are offered throughout the US. I'm guessing that like us, you too have noticed there is no shortage of information about the numerous scholarships available to students. 

You can see the entire guide along with some of its features here:

 

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www.fafsa.ed.gov Use this site to complete and submit a FAFSA application electronically.

www.FederalStudentAid.ed.gov

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