• INFORMATION

     

    YOUR HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT

    Any time you need an official transcript to send somewhere, the best procedure is to go to the main office, and request a copy.  If a student or parent obtains the transcript, it will be stamped in red, "issued to the student".  It is best to have the official transcript sent directly from the school.

     

    ALL ABOUT COLLEGE WEBSITE

    The website www.allaboutcollege.com offers a good starting point with a real variety of information – links and advice about financial aid, fraternities, study abroad, student jobs and more.  There is a section about individual colleges, with links to almost every public and private college.

     

    A.S.V.A.B. TESTING

    The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery will be given at PO-HI in November and February.  It will take approximately 3 hours to complete.  Though the test is given by military representatives, test takers are under no obligation to join the armed services.  In addition to your test scores, you will also receive much information about how your scores relate to various career fields.  Sign-ups to take this test will be in the Guidance Office right after Christmas Break.

     

    LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS                                                                                                                                                                                                 

    A bulletin will be printed and distributed to every senior, the second week  in January,  that lists the local scholarships available to Po-Hi seniors.  This includes, but is to limited to, awards given by the Lions Club, Rotary, ACT, Kiwanis club, Alumni Association and the Ponca City Music Club.  The bulletin will give instructions and deadlines on applying.  There are approximately 20 local scholarships available.  Applications are not available until January and must be completed by the first week in March.

     

     

    NATIONAL GUARD TUITION WAVIER

    This award covers a maximum of resident tuition and is available to members of the Oklahoma Army or Air National Guard in good standing who are pursuing a baccalaureate degree at an accredited state system institution.  Recipients must be  Oklahoma residents who are enrolled at least part-time.  Call the Oklahoma National Guard at 1-800-362-4534  or go online at www.militaryta.com/state_education_benefits/oklahoma-national-guard-tuition-waiver-program.shtml for more information.

     

    OK COLLEGE START

    Do you want to go to college, but don't think you can afford it? Does the vast array of options for paying for college seem like a confusing puzzle?  You CAN afford to go to college, and by researching your options, you can build success.  The website https://secure.okcollegestart.org/ offers information on planning for college and your potential career.  It also will help you find scholarships that will meet your needs and interests.  

     

    STUDENT VIEW

    An amazing program that serves as a resource for both colleges and students –offering information to colleges and opportunities to students.  For more information visit http://www.student-view.com/.

     

    TUITION FUNDING SOURCES

    This service provides student with access to the world’s largest scholarship database along with college and career information.  Go to http://www.tuitionfundingsources.com/

     

    SCHOLARSHIP EXPERTS

    Scholarship Experts can help parents and students find scholarships and free money.  Go to http://scholarshipexperts.com

     

    SCHOLARSHIPS FOR ALL STUDENTS

    Checkout the website http://www.free-4u.com

     

    SALLIEMAE.COM

    This website www.salliemae.com will be an excellent source of loans if you need financial aid.  It deals primarily with federally guaranteed student loans and is the nation's leading provider of education loans.