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11th & 12th Grade Information

Sheboygan Fall Online Education

Early College Credit Program and Start College Now are available for students to take one or more courses for college credit at an institution of higher learning for high school and/or college credit. The deadlines for any application are March 1 for fall semester and October 1 for spring semester. These applications must be received by the school counselor by these dates. Please be sure to read and understand the requirements of each program. 

Early College Credit Program (2 & 4 year UW system) Early College Credit Program Application Form

Early College Credit Program (Wisconsin's Private Colleges)

Start College Now (Wisconsin's Technical Colleges)

Youth Apprenticeship Program:This program provides high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to begin their career.  These one or two year programs provide students with high school classes, on-the-job training, and advance standing at technical colleges.  Youth Apprentices not only earn money, but expertise and college credit while they are learning from skilled professionals.  Please click here for more information.

Work Release: Work release is for seniors only and is intended for an student interested in earning credit for work experience at a job.  The student needs to work at least 10 hours per week to qualify for the program and be in good standing the semester prior and during the program.  It is graded on a pass/fail basis.  If a student is taking a full load of classes and working part-time, he/she may use this program to earn additional credits.  Please see your counselor for the paperwork necessary to be enrolled.

Workbound:Workbound is a community supported career planning program which helps students learn lifelong skills focusing on, preparing for, and evaluating careers that will enhance the quality of their lives.  This extra-curricular program serves students from all levels of academic success and career initiatives.  Students undertake this career exploration knowing they will have the support of family, school and the business community.  Four meetings are scheduled during the school year outside of the school day.  Students a re recruited at the end of their sophomore year and are in the program for the next two years.  Please email Ms. Vickie Meyer for more information.

  • 2 & 4 Year College Planning Guide
  • Early College Credit Program/Start College Now Program
  • Exploring Career Opportunities
  • Financial Aid Information
  • Junior & Senior Page (for Parents too!)
  • Opportunities for Juniors/Seniors
  • Scholarship Information
  • Student & Parent Assistance Info
  • State Testing Information for Parents
  • Testing Info, Test Prep & Study Skills
  • NCAA Eligibility Center

Seniors:  If you plan to start college next fall, you and your parents need to submit a FAFSA starting October 1 for optimum results. 

Link to the UW system for Financial Aid

2019-20 Financial Aid Power Point

FAFSA Information

FAFSAFree Application for Federal Student Aid

  • Create a FAFSA ID here
  • FAFSA On The Web – Fill out the FAFSA.
  • FAFSA HELP!!!!
  • FAFSA Aid - Basic FAFSA info, what is it and how do you fill it out.
  • FAFSA Dependency – The dependency status for FAFSA purposes.
  • FAFSA EFC (Estimated Family Contribution) – How aid is calculated for the family.
  • FAFSA Types – Different types of financial aid.
  • FAFSA Eligibility – Who can get federal student aid?
  • FAFSA Help:  Find answers to all your questions to fill out the FAFSA form.
  • FAFSA Checklist: A recommended checklist for any student who is considering college.
  • FAFSA 4caster: Update your information.
  • FAFSA Hard Copies: For students and parents who would like to order single copies of FAFSA hard copy publications.
  • FAFSA PDFS: Student and parent oriented publications in PDF.

Financial Aid Links

Welcome Junior & Senior Students & Parents!

For Students

How do I schedule a job shadow? (Please allow 2-3 weeks to schedule)

For Parents

  • UW Help Desk for Parents
  • Private Colleges Website
  • Technical College Website
  • Tips for Parents:  The Admissions Process
  • Planning Information (see: 2 & 4 Year College Planning Guide tab)
  • Scholarships (see: Scholarship Information tab)
  • Financial Aid Information (see: Financial Aid Information tab)

Sheboygan Fall Online Education

Early College Credit Program and Start College Now are available for students to take one or more courses for college credit at an institution of higher learning for high school and/or college credit. The deadlines for any application are March 1 for fall semester and October 1 for spring semester. These applications must be received by the school counselor by these dates. Please be sure to read and understand the requirements of each program. 

Early College Credit Program (2 & 4 year UW system) Early College Credit Program Application Form

Early College Credit Program (Wisconsin's Private Colleges)

Start College Now (Wisconsin's Technical Colleges)

Youth Apprenticeship Program:This program provides high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to begin their career.  These one or two year programs provide students with high school classes, on-the-job training, and advance standing at technical colleges.  Youth Apprentices not only earn money, but expertise and college credit while they are learning from skilled professionals.  Please click here for more information.

Work Release: Work release is for seniors only and is intended for an student interested in earning credit for work experience at a job.  The student needs to work at least 10 hours per week to qualify for the program and be in good standing the semester prior and during the program.  It is graded on a pass/fail basis.  If a student is taking a full load of classes and working part-time, he/she may use this program to earn additional credits.  Please see your counselor for the paperwork necessary to be enrolled.

Workbound:Workbound is a community supported career planning program which helps students learn lifelong skills focusing on, preparing for, and evaluating careers that will enhance the quality of their lives.  This extra-curricular program serves students from all levels of academic success and career initiatives.  Students undertake this career exploration knowing they will have the support of family, school and the business community.  Four meetings are scheduled during the school year outside of the school day.  Students a re recruited at the end of their sophomore year and are in the program for the next two years.  Please email Ms. Vickie Meyer for more information.

Local Scholarships will be available before winter break.

Please follow the specific procedures outlined below when applying to local scholarships

2020 LOCAL SCHOLARSHIPS - These are community-based scholarships that are available to any graduating senior from Sheboygan Falls High School.  Students will receive this information before winter break in December. Students have until March 6, 2020 to hand in completed applications in to the Counseling Center.

  1. Local Scholarship Listing
  2. Instructions for all SFHS Local Scholarship
    1. Informational Form
    2. Essay Questions
  3. Checklist
  4. Example

GENERAL SCHOLARSHIPS- Here is a link to our general scholarship list These are scholarships that are sent to the counseling center from various businesses and organizations around the country.  Look at the criteria to see if you qualify for any of these scholarships.

Scholarship links for Wisconsin's Private Colleges

SFHS State Testing Information

SFHS Test Code/CEEB Code: 502100

ACT Testing Information: All Juniors are required by the state to take the ACT in late February/early March.

Informational Sites:

Prep Sites:                                                    

ACT/SAT/ACCUPLACER Free Test Prep Sites:

Free ACT Prep Sessions: All 11th graders are invited. Choose either after school (3:05 - 3:45) or before school (7:00 - 7:40) in Mr. Ford's room A232.

ACT Math: After school December 4 & Before school December 5

ACT Science:  After school December 18 & Before school December 19

ACT English: After school January 8 & Before school January 10

ACT Reading: After school January 22 & Before school January 23

ACT Writing: After school February 5 & Before school February 6

ACT Practice Test: After school February 12 & Before school February 13

ACT WorkKeys Information: All Juniors are required by the state to take the WorkKeys Assessment in early March.

  • ACT WorkKeys - what is it?
  • ACT WorkKeys Sample Questions
  • ACT WorkKeys Frequently Asked Questions
  • ACT WorkKeys Frequently Asked Questions for Parents
  • Understanding ACT WorkKeys Scores

SAT Information:

  • SAT – For admission to most colleges on the western and eastern United States.*  Register online, take practice tests, get your SAT question of the day, check test dates and centers and get and send scores.
  • SAT Registration Online

ACT ASPIRE Information (9th and 10th Graders)

ACCUPLACER Information:

  • Accuplacer Test – For admission to a Wisconsin Technical College.  Call 920-208-5888 to schedule an appointment.

*Please check your college of interest for admission requirements.

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PSAT/NMSQT Test for Juniors

CLEP Test

AP Testing for Juniors and Seniors

UW System Freshman Placement Testing

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Testing Resources

  • ASVAB Program – This site has ASVAB information, career exploration and planning for the future.
  • ASVAB Test Prep – also see March 2 Success
  • Educational Testing Service – Information on AP tests, SAT, TOEFL, GMAT & GRE.
  • Peterson’s – Information on ACT, SAT, and PSAT.  Also includes practice exams, purchase test prep materials and there is a college search and planning conponent.
  • PSAT - This is a direct link to PSAT information.  The PSAT is a test that is given to juniors in October.  It is also the qualifier for the National Merit Scholarship.  This site includes online test review quesitons.

Study Skills

  • Math.com – A good website to help reduce math test anxiety, study and test tips.
  • Homework Help – Need help with homework?  Free tutors available.
  • Homework Center - Provides tutorials in the areas of science, history, language, math and much more.
  • Paradigm Online Writing Assistant – Wonderful tutorial on writing essays.  Takes you through the whole step-by-step process.
  • Spanish Tutorial - Get help with verb conjugations, numbers, and much more.
  • Study Skills Self Help – Perhaps the best study skills help online!  Covers time management, concentration methods, note-taking skills and much more.
  • Study Skills & Strategies – A great resource for students!
  • College Prep 101 – Covers stress management, study skills and time management.