Internet Resources

Refer your students to sites that will help them prepare for college

The following websites are especially helpful for seniors who want to get a head start on college planning. Ask your librarian or a student office assistant to bookmark these sites on computers in the library. Also be sure that these sites are bookmarked on all counselors' and counseling office computers.

Adventures In Education (AIE)
The site that brings you Counselors Network; AIE is targeted to students, parents, educators and librarians, and counselors of middle school, high school, and college students. Encourage your fellow counselors and educators to view and sign up for the AIE Counselors Network and AIEmail.

Provides test dates, allows for online test registration, and provides sample questions.

College Board
Provides test dates, allows for online test registration, provides sample questions, and has an "SAT Question of the Day" that changes daily.

Provides access to a database of over 275,000 scholarships.

Provides a wide range of financial aid information, including sections devoted to sources of aid, loans, special interests, and government and school information.

Princeton Review
This site, sponsored by the nationwide standardized test preparation company, provides information about courses, books, software, and online services.