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Creating a college-going culture in St. Clair County

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Michigan's transition to the SAT

For more resources and up-to-date information about Michigan's transition to the SAT in 2016, click here.



       How do you create a compelling, memorable, and impressive college application essay? College admission deadlines are approaching and admissions officers want to know more than your GPA and ACT scores. They read your essay to visualize you fitting in and being successful in college classrooms and dorms. Strong writing can make the difference for an admission or scholarship.

Workshop presenter Debbie Merion, MSW, MFA co-authored Solving the College Admissions Puzzle: A Guide for Students and Families About College Selection, Essay Writing and High-Stakes Testing.
Her website: .

     STUDENTS: Bring an essay draft and you will receive personalized feedback on how to strengthen your writing and find your voice. If you don’t have a draft ready, you’ll get started during this workshop.
    PARENTS: As your teen creates their essay, Deb will answer your questions about how to survive the challenging college application process.

DATE: Tuesday, October 6th

Time: 2 Sessions to Choose from: 4-6:00 p.m. or 7-9:00 p.m.



ACT Prep classes - CANCELLED

Due to low enrollment, St. Clair Counfy KnowHow2GO has cancelled the ACT Prep classes for Sept. 19, Sept. 26, and Oct. 3. If you registered on EventBrite, please visit their site for a refund.

Paying for college, FAFSA and FSA ID

Starting January 1, seniors should file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid to receive help paying for college. It is free to file and available online at  Students will need a Federal Student Aid ID (FSA ID) to file, which they can create now at

Junior TechPort Soup postponed 

Junior TechPort Soup, a Shark Tank-like event for young entrepreneurs, invites high school students in St. Clair County to submit business ideas for an opportunity to pitch their plans in front of local business leaders in a competition to win scholarship or business start-up money. More details are available on the Junior TechPort Soup website. Students who need assistance or a deadline extension are encouraged to send an email.



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