In the menu above you will find links to some of the helpful information we have on our website such as:
Attention admissions counselors - We are now using RepVisits!
Check out our About Us page to learn more about each counselor and our mission and vision as a counseling office!
We post announcements about important information below (such as scholarships, testing, financial aid, etc.), so scroll down often to see what is happening!
Students who are looking for some volunteer/community service opportunities for the Bright Futures grant can find a list of potential ideas below:
Please get the following form signed by your community service supervisor in order to verify your hours. This MUST be uploaded to your application.
The Bright Futures program was designed with one objective in mind–strengthening the vitality of the Weld County community through its workforce. By nurturing and supporting our young generation, we are building a strong foundation for a stable economy. Understanding the importance of trade skills as well as academic skills, the Board of Commissioners designed the program to financially assist students who pursue post-secondary education or training from an accredited higher-education institution or certified training program. The program is funded by taxpayers for qualifying Weld County residents who have graduated from high school, GED recipients and honorably discharged U.S. Veterans, after 2016. Qualified and accepted recipients receive financial assistance for pursuing post-secondary education or training from a Title IV accredited higher education institution or certified training program.
There are no restrictions concerning program selection.
Whether a student wants to train to be a chef, a mechanic, an electrician or wants to pursue an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree, they can utilize the Bright Futures grant program to pursue their dream.
The website is now accepting applications. Apply at www.brightfuturesco.com/about/. There is an ID number the students will need to come and get from Mrs. Armijo or Mrs. Sherrill in the counseling office. This number can not be given by phone or email. Please read through the different links on the page as the program has undergone some major changes! Any questions should be directed to Bright Futures at www.brightfuturesco.com/contact/
Bright Futures Student Presentation Power Point (click here)- Please have your student read as this is a requirement.
May 21st-June 15th. Classes will be held Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, for 2 hour sessions, depending on the class schedule. The Summer School Program will use PLATO, which is a web-based program. Please fill out the attached paperwork and return with payment to the counseling office.
Summer School paperwork and registration
The Universal Scholarship Application is now open to all current seniors. This is one application that has 14 different scholarships attached. Please read through carefully! Many of the scholarships are good for two or four year schools! The deadline is midnight April 16, 2018 and the winners will be announced at Senior Awards Night on May 7, 2018.
The link to the scholarship is below:
The Tutoring Club of Loveland will offer a free practice ACT/SAT the third Saturday and Sunday of every month in Loveland. In March this will be on the 17th from 9-1 and the 18th from 11-3.
If you would like to register and come take a free practice ACT or SAT with us, please call or email to sign up.
Their number is 9703721623, and email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
$500 awarded to a Weld County Resident with an agricultural background. 2.5 minimum grade point average is required. Applicant may attend college or trade school. Application available in the counseling office.