Phone: 623-932-7300 Ext:1044


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Communication, MA Available: Mon - Fri: 7:00 am - 3:30 pm

Arletta Espinoza

College and Career Specialist

The main purpose of the College and Career Center is to help students to better prepare for their life after graduation.  A student can get one on one attention and help with researching colleges and the best fit for them, how to apply to college(s), financial aid and scholarship information. 

In addition to helping students with college information, we have several recruiters from colleges that visit our campus.  Students have the ability to sign up in our Guidance Department to meet with college recruiters to ask questions and gather information to help make valuable decisions as to where they may want to attend college.  There are several field trips to various colleges throughout the year and students are encouraged to attend.

Several times a month we host our military partners on campus as well for students that may be considering going to the military.  We have all branches of the military represented on campus at different times usually during both lunches.  Signups are not required for this. 

Parents and students are welcome to call or make Virtual appointments for information and assistance.

Admission counselors can now go to to schedule College visits with our high school.  Thank you.


  • Are you a Freshman, Sophomore or Junior?

    Want to learn and experience college life at NAU? NAU is offering their free Lumberjack (Summer) Leadership Summit! Spots are limited and will be given on a first come first served basis!

    Complete your application as soon as possible. Click  here to view additional information and access to the application.

    Important details:

    • Registration Deadline:  Friday, March 31, 2023
    • Dates for Summit:  Monday, June 5-9, 2023
    • Who can apply:      9-11 grade
    • Where:                    NAU Flagstaff Campus


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  • Recursos para Estudiantes y Padres AQUI

    Share these Spanish language versions of popular college and career planning resources from ACT  Muchas gracias!

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    Seniors and one Parent Create your FAFSA FSA ID

    Create an Account (FSA ID)

    Whether you’re a student, parent, or borrower, you’ll need to create your own account to complete federal student aid tasks.

    What You Can Use Your Account For

    • Filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form
    • Signing your Master Promissory Note (MPN)
    • Applying for repayment plans
    • Completing loan counseling
    • Using the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Help Tool

    Items Needed to Create an Account

    • Social Security number
    • Your own mobile phone number and/or email address

    Use Instructions below↓





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  • APPLY HERE for FAFSA 2023-24 

    Beginning October 1, 2022

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  • Free/Reduced Lunch Application College Benefits – for More than Just School Lunches!

    • Free and reduced-price meals are available to families who qualify. If your family chooses to apply, please fill out a Free & Reduced Meal Application.

      Did you know that if you qualify for assistance through the National School Lunch Program (NLSP), you may eligible to receive grants for Dual Enrollment fees, fee waivers for the SAT/ACT exams, some College Applications, and fee reductions for AP Exams?

      From the College Board:

      "The College Board fee-waiver service assists qualified, economically disadvantaged students who plan to take the: SAT/SAT Subject Tests/PSAT/NMSQT/AP Exams. A student must be either enrolled in or eligible to participate in, the National School Lunch Program (NLSP) in order to receive a fee waiver. Schools participating in new federal programs such as Community Eligibility may not be able to use the NLSP criterion to identify and verify individual student fee-waiver eligibility. However, several other criteria or indicators can still be used to confirm eligibility for fee-waiver benefits." 

      For more information, please speak with your School Counselor. 

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  • Parents and Students, Please sign up to receive announcements from Counselors, and the College and Career Center

    Counselor Google Classroom Codes
    • Seniors (Class of 2023) - hkyb745
    • Juniors (Class of 2024) - mv2dsq7
    • Sophomores - (class of 2025) - p5b7ryr
    • Freshmen (class of 2026) - 4dtmmsh
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    AZ Community Colleges

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  • The Common Application

      More than 700 OUT OF STATE colleges.   

    Only one application, APPLY HERE

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Planning for College

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    A little math never hurt anyone. Net Price Calculators are available on most college or university websites, allowing prospective students to enter information about themselves to find out what students like them paid to attend the institution in the previous year, after taking grants and scholarship aid into consideration.

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    Once a student has selected a college or has a list of colleges they are interested in, they can visit the College Navigator to learn more about those institutions including the types of degrees and programs they offer, admission requirements, campus safety statistics, accreditation information, retention and graduation rates, etc. The list of higher education institutions is limited to those who have provided information to the Department of Education through the services it offers.


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    Released in 2015, this website was constructed with federally available data and is designed to provide the clearest, most accessible and most reliable national data on college cost, graduation, debt and post-college earnings.


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    Visit the Federal Student Aid website to learn more about how you can prepare for college or other options for higher education, the different types of aid that are available, who is eligible and how to become eligible, how to apply, and finally—how to manage loans once they’ve been accepted. Click through for more information on the process. We got you.


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    The Financial Aid Shopping Sheet is a document that students can fill out to help them break down the costs associated with going to the college of their choice. Line items include the estimated cost of attendance (tuition fees, housing and meals, books, transportation, etc.), total grants and scholarships to pay for college, loan options, federal work-study, etc. Print, fill out, be ready.



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    Read about the types of financial aid available from the government and other sources: grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study.

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Scholarship Announcements


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