College and Career Resources
The Freehold Regional High School District Guidance Department is charged with fostering career awareness, facilitating college and career planning, and assisting each student in the transition from high school into the next phase of life. To that end, we have developed a College and Career Planning Guide to walk families through the process of planning for life after high school. The guide includes information about resources, checklists, and more! Click here to access this guide.College and Career Planning Calendar of Events: 2017-2018Please click here to view the College and Career Planning Calendar of Events for the 2017-2018 school year. Please note the date, time, location, and audience for each event. Additional information will be provided prior to each event. Please contact your child’s counseling office with any questions. We look forward to working together for your child’s college and career planning!9th and 10th Grade College and Career Planning Night: Thursday, November 30, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. at Freehold Township High SchoolClick here for information.
Click here to access the Financial Aid presentation from October 12.October 26, 2017: College & Career Fair at Freehold High School
Click here for information.Click here for a list of representatives.
All students applying to 2 and 4 year colleges need to complete the FAFSA as soon as possible. You can access the form at https://fafsa.ed.gov/. If you have any questions, please see your guidance counselor.
General ResourcesNaviance Family Connection is an online service that provides access to college and career planning resources and tools. Use the link for your school.
■ MarlboroNCAA Clearinghouse: Guides athletes who are interested in competing at the collegiate level.
College/Post Secondary Planning PowerPoint
College Scorecard: Use the College Scorecard to find out more about a college's affordability and value so you can make more informed decisions about which college to attend.
Higher Education Student Assistance Authority:ACT: Official site of the ACT, which includes college search, online applications, advice and timelines, financial aid information and estimator, and information on the ACT, including registration dates for tests.College and University Rankings: A list of different ranking sites.The Common Application: Official site of the common application where you can download the application, view the list of participating colleges, and get application information.March 2 Success: Developed by the U.S. Army, March 2 Success is an online, self-paced course designed to improve student performance on standardized tests such as the SAT and ACT while enhancing student math, science, English and STEM skills.SAT/College Board ResourcesCollege Board: Comprehensive site sponsored by the College Board; links to many other sites, including registration dates for tests.Concordance Tools: The College Board is providing concordance tools to help college admission officers and others compare scores on the redesigned SAT with those on the old SAT, given before March 2016. Because the two tests are different, their scores are not equivalent — concordance is the only way to make comparisons between them.Score Converter: Use the SAT Score Converter mobile app and online tool to compare scores on the new SAT, the old SAT, and the ACT.Virtual TourseCampus Tours: Virtual campus tours.