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  • Real Talk HCBU College Board Virtual Event 

    Wednesday, March 3rd and Thursday, March 4th @ 7pm ET/4pm PT Connect with admissions representatives from the best HBCU’s in the nation! Register now for this special two-night event. Real Talk is a series that connects Black students, parents and educators with admissions officers across the country.


    State Farm High School Technology Student Intern


    SAT will be administered on April 13, 2021. The SAT is a graduation requirement.  You will be sent more information via email in the future. 



    Información importante en español


    ****The FAFSA form (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is now a graduation requirement for all seniors in Illinois.***

    In order to fulfill this graduation requiremment, there are three options for students to complete. One of the following three MUST be completed in order for students to receive a diploma. Additional help for completing FAFSA is available through the Illinois Student Assistance Commission: studentportal.isac.org. Please contact Stacie Gardner with any questions — gardners@district87.org

    1. Complete the FAFSA form. This option is best for students who will attend college, trade school, or other training programs after high school. 
    2. Complete the Alternative Application for Illinois Financial Aid. This option is best for transgender students or students from undocumented families. 
    3. Complete the FAFSA Nonparticipation Form. This option is best for those who wish to opt out of FAFSA completion for any reason.



    Iris Medina es el nombre de un representante de FAFSA de habla hispana que puede ayudarlo a completar el formulario. Aquí está su información de contacto.

    Iris Medina


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