|THE VARSITY FOOTBALL GAME SCHEDULED AT CFHS ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 26 WILL BEGIN AT 8 PM INSTEAD OF 7.|
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) can now be submitted as early as October 1, 2016. Discover Student Loans is hosting a FREE 60 minute webinar to help make sense of the new changes to FAFSA and the financial aid process. The presentation will cover new changes to FAFSA, how to maximize grants and scholarships, and how to read your award letter. Click here to register for the October 5th webinar from 8:00-9:00 pm.
ZAPS SAT Test- Prep Seminars!
Register today for a ZAPS Test Prep Seminar that explains the most common question types and how to approach them. Seminars are at Brooke Point High School on Monday & Tuesday, September 19 & 20 from 2:30 pm until 5:00 pm and at Mountainview High School on Wednesday, September 21 and Thursday, September 22 from 2:30 pm until 5:00 pm. Click here to register or call 877-927-8378.
SAT & ACT
Attention Rising Seniors!
Rising Seniors sign up for the counseling department's Remind for the Class of 2017! We will be sending out reminders for important senior deadlines, such as college, career, and military opportunities...and MORE! To receive text messages, Text@bphs17 to 81010.
To receive emails, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
English News for Rising Seniors
A letter was sent out the week of April 18 to the parents of rising Seniors who chose DE English as a class for their Senior year. Click here to see a copy of the letter.
Fredericksburg Optimist Club's Student of the Month
Brooke Point is proud of our Black-Hawks's who have been chosen as Student of the Month by the Fredericksburg Optimist Club.
September: William Wilcox
October - Yessica Bonilla
November - Danielle Cornwell
December - Carla Hatfield
January - Joseph Nelson
February - Emanuella Serwa
March - Nathalie Chao
April - Jackie Esquivel Contreras
May - Taylor Hayes
Click here for an online interactive tool that offers students and families tips and advice they can use to prepare for completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Junior Firefighter Program
If you are at least 16 years old and have not turned 18 you could be eligible for the Junior Firefighter program. This incredible program would give you the opportunity to be a certified firefighter at the Stafford County Fire and Rescue Academy. Click here for a flyer that outlines all the details and how to apply for the program.
Summer Work Opportunities for 18+
Want to earn some extra money this summer? Hilldrup is looking to hire movers, packers and loaders. Click here for more information.
ATENTION SENIORS! CRITICAL NEWS FROM GERMANNA!
New Stafford County Policy Regarding Immunization Records
Upon graduation, all Seniors will be provided with a copy of their immunization records* along with their diploma. If a graduate needs an additional copy of their immunizations, he/she must fill out the "Request for Immunizations" form located on the Counseling website and bring/mail the form to Counseling along with a $4.00 fee.
*Please note that college board seniors will, in most cases, require a copy of their immunizations for college enrollment.
Selective Service Registration
The Selective Service NOW accepts early submission of registration information by 17 year-old-men. Information can be submitted to the Selective Service at age 17 years and 3 months old and be automatically registered when they turn 18. Under federal law, virtually all men must register with Selective Service within 30 days of their 18th birthday. For the fastest way to register, or for more information, visit: www.sss.gov.
Miltary Family Scholarship Resource
If you are a member of a military-connected family, click here to get more information about college scholarship opportunities.
University of Virginia's Diversity Programs
Click here for more information from the University of Virginia about their Hispanic/Latino student and African American student recruitment efforts.
SAT/ACT Test Prep for military families
eKnowledge Offers Free $250 SAT and ACT Test Preparation Programs Eligible Recipients Include: Active Duty, Transition Military, Veterans, Retired Military, Reserve, National Guard and Federal Employees. Please click HERE for more information on the classes and HERE for information on free software, if eligible.
Important Forms and Handouts
Information on School Profile, policies, county calendar, etc.
Find information on planning for college, trade school or enlisting in the military and helpful websites to assist you with additional research.
The Commonwealth Challenge Youth Academy is a free educational alternative program that gives high school students and drop outs, ages 16-18, an opportunity to earn their GED or up to 5 credits to apply towards their high school diploma.
A Powerpoint given during the 2016 Freshman Orientation.
Forms for both current and former students/graduates who need his/her transcript sent out. Please be sure to submit the correct form to the Counseling Department.
Click here to access the latest list of approved online course providers. It is essential that you consult with your student's counselor before registering.
Stafford area mental health list of providers.
General information page for seniors
Learn about the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens (Steven Covey's program)
Do you know what courses you need to complete in order to graduate? Look here to check on your graduation requirements!
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