Important Links
ACT ACT testing dates, test prep, and scoring

FAFSA The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is an application that is used to help schools and the federal government determine the amount that families are expected to pay towards their student's college tuition.  Whether or not you believe you will receive federal assistance, the FAFSA must be completed in order for students to be eligible for scholarships or aid through the college/university that they are admitted to. 

Career Cruising Career cruising is a website that allows students to explore, take interest inventories, find majors/colleges that can lead students to a potential career, and much more. Students can login using Farmington High School's login information and from there create their own account that can save the results from any assessments take, colleges they are interested in, etc. To access Farmington High School's login information, please contact the school counselor. 

NCAA Requirements The NCAA Eligibility Center provides students and parents information regarding collegiate athletics.  Students can view eligibility criteria for Division I and II athletics, a list of approved academic courses, as well as additional eligibility resources. 

ISAC Illinois Student Assistance Commission.  This website contains information regarding financial aid and scholarships, descriptions of different loans and grans available to students, and help available for filling out FAFSA. 

Parchment order online transcripts here.

College Basics comprehensive website about planning, applying, paying, and going to college.