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Below you’ll find resources for College Admission testing:

  • ACT test – used for college admissions, an alternative to the SAT
  • SAT
  • PSAT – Preliminary SAT


Questions about these tests? Ask your School Counselor.


*Fee Waivers - If you are currently on free or reduced lunch, you may be eligible for fee waivers for college admissions test - see your school counselor.



Need to Access and/or Send Your College Board (PSAT, SAT) scores?

1. Visit CollegeBoard and sign in.  Utilize the "forgot username/forgot password" feature if you can't remember your login information.

2. If you are sure you never created an account, please do so.

3. Once you access your account, you will see options to view and send scores.  Follow those prompts.

4. If you have any issues with this process, contact your School Counselor.


Most Popular Links:

  • College Board – The SAT test (registering, dates, deadlines, reports) plus all sorts of testing and college preparation information
  • The Princeton Review – all sorts of college information
  • ACT – the ACT test and other resources
  • Federal Student Aid Site – Federal Student Aid Site for students, parents and counselors
  • FinAid – Student aid resource site
  • Delaware Student Success
  • School Guide With its easy-to-use search engine, students can browse the guide listing of over 3,000 colleges and search regional college fair and financial aid information.
  • Education Planner - planning for life after high school
  • Peterson's - college planning


Personality and Career Assessment:


College Athlete:

To get important information about eligibility for playing sports in college, go to the NCAA Clearinghouse website


Online Education Links:


College Rankings:


Two Year College Resource:


Military Careers:


Virtual Tours:


What are my Chances at This School?

  • Go4College– quantifies your chances of getting in using percentages


Scholarships and Financial Aid:


Multicultural Links:


Students With Disabilities:


Financial Information

All seniors applying to college should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).


The FAFSA is used to apply for federal financial aid (grants, work-study, and loans). Also, many colleges, universities, and career schools use your FAFSA information to award state and college aid. The FAFSA is necessary to be considered for the SEED and INSPIRE scholarships.

Students and their parents may begin the FAFSA on or after October 1st. Apply online at www.fafsa.ed.govStudents and parents need a PIN to “sign” the online FAFSA, make corrections to the application, and more. PINs are available at any time. The process is free. Never pay to apply for federal financial aid.