PA School Counseling Services

COLLEGE PLANNING

The college journey is as much a learning experience as are traditional classes. During the planning process, students will develop important lifelong skills in initiative taking, decision making, self assessment, and responsibility. The college search is in essence a research project, which requires students to look within themselves for many of the answers. Students will need to learn to identify and assess themselves and what is important to them, to set priorities, and to make major decisions.

Financial Aid Resources

Financial Aid Process

FAFSA

VSAC - Financial Aid Resources

VSAC - Scholarships

VSAC - Grants

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VSAC Scholarship Booklets have arrived in the School Couseling office and are great resource for many scholarships available only to Vermonters.

Complete your scholarship applications by February 8 and you will be entered into a drawing for one of three $1000 scholarships! Final deadline to apply for scholarships is March 8.

Tuition Break Program

This program provides a discount on tuition to New England residents when they enroll in approved degree programs at out of state public colleges and universities in CCT, ME, MA, NH, RI and VT. This program is only available for certain degree programs not offered by any state college/university in a student’s home state. Click here

What Are the Differences Between High School and College? Click here to learn more.