Click on the links below to learn more about these organizations:

 - Florida’s central web resource for student advising.  It includes career planning tools, a college locator, a degree program search, online admission application, financial aid information and applications, Bright Futures, and much more.

 – Connects students to colleges and opportunities.  The College Board created the SAT, Advanced Placement program, and PSAT/NMSQT.  Get ready for the new SAT with practice questions.

 - Find out about Federal Student Aid and college funding.

 – Fill out a short survey and find thousands of scholarships and colleges that fit you’re your criteria.  Fastweb is the largest scholarship database available.

 – Sign on and in an instant you will have many scholarship opportunities that fit your personal situation.

 – Provides descriptions on career occupations.  Also, learn about application deadlines and statistics of colleges around the nation.

 - Contains information about the ACT (test dates, deadlines, content of the test, the new Writing Test, etc.) Also included are free test prep questions and information, college search and online applications, and a financial aid need.

 – Florida Department of Education.

  - Office of Student Financial Aid.  Log on to this site to fill out the FAFSA, as well as the Bright Futures.

 - View the handbook entitled “Parent’s Primer on Career Exploration.”  This handbook provides information parents need to assist their children with career planning.

 - Log on to this site a view virtual campus tours.  This site will make your college search process simpler and more.

-Prepare for the SAT and ACT with books, online courses and practice tests, and free resources to help you improve your score on the SAT and ACT.