College and Career Events & Resources


                                                       SEPTEMBER EVENTS


Capital TONIGHT!:
September 21
Capital Senior parents and students, you are invited to a Senior Parent and Student College Information night at 6:30 in the Capital High Auditorium.  Please contact Mrs. Cupps, your College and Career Counselor, if you would like additional information.  Join us to learn more about preparing for the college years ahead!
        OPEN TO ALL CAPITAL SENIOR PARENTS AND STUDENTS

Timberline TONIGHT!:
September 21
        Timberline Senior parents, you are invited to "College 101" at 6:00 in the Choir Room.  Please join your College and Career Counselor Mrs. Briggs, for information on navigating the college application process.  There will be time for questions as well.  We  look forward to seeing you at Timberline!
                        OPEN TO TIMBERLINE SENIOR PARENTS

Borah:
September 25-29
 Borah College Application Week.  The time to apply for college is now!
 
DTEC (Dennis Technical Education Center):

September 27
        DTEC students will have the opportunity to visit with representatives from WyoTech during each block in the Industry
Room.   https://www.wyotech.edu
                           OPEN TO ALL DTEC STUDENTS


                                                          Coming in October

District-wide:
October 3
Financial Aid Information Night- Capital High School- 6:30, Capital High Auditorium.  Come and learn more about funds available for college.
                                               ALL ARE WELCOME

October 3
FAFSA (financial aid) Completion Night- Borah High School Library- Students and parents, drop in any time between 5:00-8:00 and don't forget to bring your 2016 Federal tax forms, W-2 documents (if you have them), and Social Security number.
                                               ALL ARE WELCOME

October 19
Selective College Admissions Night- Boise High School auditorium 6:00-7:30- Students and parents interested in the ins and outs of applying to "selective" colleges are invited.  Selective college are broadly defined by their resources, high graduation rates, and highly competitive application process.
                                              ALL ARE WELCOME

Boise High School

October 12
Boise High School parents and students, please join us for a college financial aid/FAFSA night from 6:00 to 7:30.  Come to learn about a variety of funding resources for college
                                             BOISE HIGH PARENTS & STUDENTS ONLY