Please click HERE to make an appointment with your Guidance Counselor.
Fee Waivers for SAT’s and College Applications
Students who are eligible for the Federal Subsidized Lunch Program are also eligible to receive FEE WAIVERS for taking the SAT’s. The Fee Waivers are available in the guidance offices. Using a Fee Waiver to take SAT’s during the senior year, then makes the student eligible to receive a maximum of four Fee Waivers for college applications (accepted at participating colleges/universities).
For more information about Fee Waivers, please contact the guidance office.
College/Scholarship Applications - All college/scholarship applications (even certain pages of online applications) must be given to Mrs. Habbert for completion (e.g. attachment of an official transcript, counselor, recommendation/comments). Please be reminded that all information is due to the counselor two weeks prior to any due date.
Scholarships - All seniors should have received the Delaware Compendium of scholarships in the mail. Information is mailed to the address that is on record with the school district.
College Acceptance/Scholarship Awards - Copies of college acceptance letters and scholarship award letters should be given to Mrs. Habbert . This information is worthy of acknowledgment, but we cannot give acknowledgment if we do not know about these honors.
To view the Senior College Presentation shared with students on 10/3/19 click HERE. This presentation includes deadline information, information on various college programs, financial options, and resources students may need to fill out applications.
IMPORTANT SENIOR INFORMATION
COLLEGE MAJORS NOT TAUGHT IN DE SCHOOLS
If a student plans to major in a subject that is not offered in a state college/university (e.g. architecture) the student may qualify for tuition assistance through the Scip Program or the Academic Common Market. For information about these programs, please read the Scholarship Compendium that was given to each CHS senior in September or call the Delaware Higher Education Commission at 302-577-3240 or 1-800-292-7935.
TRANSCRIPT & SENIOR CHECK LETTER
All seniors should have received a copy of their transcript and a senior credit check letter at the end of the year. Please hold on to this transcript. You will need the information about GPA and overall credits to fill out college applications. Each senior will meet individually with his or her guidance counselor to review the transcript in early September. Please review schedules when they arrive to make sure all necessary classes for graduation appear on the schedule. All seniors should also be receiving a postcard in the mail about suggestions for the college search process.
Senior College Visit Sign-Ups:
*** You must sign up to receive a pass to attend***
- More dates and times to follow. Please check back soon.