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The IHA College Counseling Department has compiled the below list of resources to assist students and parents while navigating the college admissions process. The resources below should help to answer questions about standardized testing, financial aid, scholarships, test prep, and much more. You will also find past presentations from parent meetings.

College Search 
connection.naviance.com/iha
www.collegeboard.com
www.princetonreview.com
www.petersons.com
Resources for First Generation College Students

Financial Aid
www.fafsa.gov 

www.hesaa.org
Princeton Review's Colleges That Pay You Back
College Finance Glossary

www.principiaprep.com

Intercollegiate Athletic Information
www.ncaa.org 
 
The College Essay
 

Scholarships
www.fastweb.com 
www.scholarships.com 

Standardized Testing
www.collegeboard.com
www.act.org 

Test Prep
www.kaptest.com
www.princetonreview.com
www.c2educate.com
www.huntingtonhelps.com
www.stormthetest.com 

College Counseling Communications/Presentations
College Application Process at IHA
2018 Financial Aid Presentation
Parent-Student Questionnaire

The College Counseling Department recommends that all juniors take both the SAT and ACT at least once. After determining which test the student prefers, she should take that test a second time. Please keep in mind that every student's situation is different and may test at different times. If you have questions about when a student should be testing, please contact her College Counselor to determine the best timeline for her. Ideally, all testing should be completed by the end of junior year. Testing is available in the fall of senior year but can sometimes affect a student applying early action/early decision.