• You made it! You're a senior. This year will go by really fast. Please check this web page often for updates on important dates and information. This page is intended to be a one-stop shop for "ALL THINGS SENIOR."Important Dates

    Check back often!  Scroll all the way through for important Senior info. 

    November 9 - University of South Alabama recruiter in the CCC, 10:00-11:00 

    October 25 - The ASVAB will be administered in the MPR at 8am for any Senior that signs up. 

    October 23 - ACT- Don't forget to print your ticket!

    October 21- Senior Meeting at 1pm - Seniors will receive your graduation supply information!

    October 18-22 - College Application Week!

    October 14-15 - ESCC will be in the EHS library to help Seniors apply.  Bring your drivers license and you will need to know your social security number.

    October 14- University of Alabama Huntsville (UAH) College Visit 10:00-11:00 in the CCC.

    October 4-5 - ESCC will be in the EHS library to help Seniors apply!  Bring your drivers license and you will need to know your social security number.

    October 1 - The FAFSA Opens!  

    September 28 - College Fair in the EHS Competition Gym from 9:00-1:30.

    September 11 - ACT - Don't forget to print your ticket!

    September 7 - Wildcat Tutoring Re-Opens 3:15-5:15!  Walk in or make an appointment.

    August 30 - College recruiters from Auburn University and Troy University will be in the College and Career Center from 10am-11am.  Stop by to ask questions or pick up information from these schools.


    Financial Aid for College

    Seniors and Senior Parents - Beginning with the Class of 2022, submission of the federal financial aid application (FAFSA), or a FAFSA waiver form, is a graduation requirement for Alabama students.  The FAFSA is an online form, submitted digitally, which determines student eligibility for grants, work study, and student loans for college.  Additionally, the FAFSA is often a prerequisite for scholarship applications.  We encourage all seniors to submit a FAFSA.  If a senior chooses NOT to submit the FAFSA, he/she will need to submit a completed paper waiver form to the EHS Guidance office.  
    To complete the FAFSA, visit www.studentaid.gov .  Our College and Career staff is glad to help if you have questions.
    FAFSA waiver forms are available in EHS Guidance and the College and Career Center.  The form must be completed legibly through parent name, signature, date, and returned to EHS Guidance.  Or you may print the form here - WAIVER FORM.

















         Don't Miss poster   these important resources just for SENIORS 

     * important slide presentation for EVERY Senior - What comes AFTER senior year? Click HERE

     * view info for several in-state colleges and even apply from the COLLEGES Resource Page 


     * Scholarship search sites - resources to search for money for college - 

     * current scholarship links -

     * EVERY senior should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at studentaid.gov. This is how you qualify for grants, loans - and is a prerequisite for some scholarship applications.  

     * is a military career in your future?  Or, are you undecided and want to explore your options? Take the ASVAB. The ASVAB is given Wednesdays and Fridays in Daleville.  You must register to test.  Come see us in the CCC for registration details.  



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    Filing a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is the first step in finding money to help pay for college. Click here to create your FAFSA account  USE THIS LINK.  If you Google and click, you may be led to one of many fake FAFSA sites.  Always be sure you are at studentaid.gov !

    * Watch this Video Clip --Millions of dollars in FAFSA pell grants untouched!
     *Check out this AL.com article--Here’s a step-by-step guide for filling out the college federal student aid application!


    Click here to view current scholarships

    Scholarships are listed on the EHS website https://www.enterpriseschools.net/ehs

    • Click on the our school tab
    • Click on College and Career
    • Click Scholarships on the left
    • additional sites to explore for scholarships HERE


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    Recommended Timetable for College-Bound Seniors

    Fall of Senior Year:

    1. Join the EHS email list for scholarships:  Go to the EHS website at https://www.enterpriseschools.net/Domain/8 Find the “Our School” tab across the top of the page and select College and Career.  Read the information and email collegeandcareer@enterpriseschools.net; include student name and grade level and ask to be added.  Be sure to write “add to scholarship list” in the subject line of the email.  Join your class Remind.  Visit the CCC to get the numbers.
    2. Make sure the College and Career Counselor knows your college preferences and your intended program of study.
    3. Apply for admission!  Many universities have December 1 deadlines.  Scholarships are offered only to students who are admitted. You MUST request a transcript from guidance when you apply. Official paper transcripts are $7, or you may request your transcript be sent  to a college digitally for a $10 fee, via Need my transcript https://needmytranscript.com/enterprise-city-schools which is located on the website 
    4. Create your FSA id prior to October 1.  Go to:  https://fsaid.ed.gov
    5. Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).  Some scholarships are offered only after a student has completed the FAFSA, and student loans (Pell Grants) require that you complete the FAFSA.  Go to https://fafsa.ed.gov  The FAFSA will open October 1.
    6. Update your resume; use when completing applications. Give to anyone writing a recommendation for you.
    7. Apply for all possible scholarships as soon as applications are available!  Keep a copy of EVERYTHING! 
    8. Repeat ACT and/or SAT in September and October, if necessary.
    9. Athletes, talk to coaches about registering for the NCAA Clearinghouse.
    10. Attend EHS College Fair and EHS Scholarship Night for admissions, financial aid, & scholarship information.
    11. Practice/Hone interviewing skills. 
    12. Check with the Admissions Office of schools to confirm that your applications are complete.