Kelley Prince, Guidance Counselor


Kelley Prince
Guidance Counselor


I look forward to meeting each student and helping them with their Junior/Senior High
 planning as well as life after graduation.  Individual and small group counseling provided in academic and career areas, as well as personal/social adjustment.  Post-High school information including Scholarship information, College application and enrollment aide, SAT/ACT Readiness.


                                Testing Information

•  ACT Registration
•  ACT Students with Disability Accommodation Information
•  SAT Registration
•  SAT/AP (College Board) Students with Disability Accommodations Request/Info.
 UNF ACT/SAT Test Prep
•  FloridaStudents.org is designed to aid students and provide Florida Standards Student Tutorials and Resources. The website has web-based resources aligned to Florida Standards in ELA, mathematics, science and civics, subjects tested with End of Course Exams. Also, this website contains a link to the SAT practice website, a free resource for students that is provided by the College Board and Khan Academy.

                          Scholarships & Financial Aid

•  Local Scholarships
•  Community Service Information
•  SJR State Scholarship:  http://www.sjrstate.edu/scholarships.html
•  Bright Futures Scholarship Application 2016-2017
•  Bright Futures 2016-2017 Student Handbook - Chapter 1
•  Bright Futures 2016-2017 Student Handbook - Chapter 2
•  Bright Futures 2016-2017 Student Handbook - Chapter 3
•  Bright Futures Scholarship - Florida Student Financial Aid Website
•  Bright Futures Student Eval: FloridaShines.org "Get Ready for College&Careers"
1.  Select "Start your College and Career Readiness Evaluation"
         2.  Log in using your Social Security number with an X on the end as your "Florida Student Identifier #"
         3.  Select "Bright Futures Scholarship Evaluation" 
•  Free Application Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) - All seniors planing to attend Universities, State Colleges or Vocational Technical Schools should apply for FAFSA.  It is required by many post-secondary institutions.
 FAFSA On-Call-Resources 2017
•  College Goal Sunday- A statewide program that provides free information and assistance to families applying for college financial aid.
•  Fastweb Scholarship Search
•  Vivint Smart Home Scholarship
•  National Collegiate Athletic Association - NCAA Eligibility Center
  Quest Bridge Scholarship - Eligibility: An eleventh grade student with an un-weighted GPA of 3.5 or above from a household with an income of less than $60,000 per year for a typical family of four.
•  Searching for Scholarships 101 Video Series (Lendedu) - Free videos with general information regarding college scholarships.
•  Scholarship List
•  Scholarship Sites
•  Scholarship Information  - FPCB Organic Social Needs; FPCB foundation Scholarship; Facebook Feed; Newsletter; Scholarship Giveaway Social Copy; Scholarship Program; September Eflyer;


                      College and Career Planning

•  Personality Type Test - Myers Briggs (Career Planning)
•  State University System Information Matrix 2015-2016 - Summary of admissions information for the 12 State of Florida Universities (UF, UNF, FSU, UCF, USF, FAU, FAMU, UWF, Polytech, New College, FIU)
 College-Scholarships.com/Florida - Search for Information on Colleges in Florida
•  Resume Writing Resource
•  Big Future - Career and College Planner
•  Florida Choices Career and College Planner
•  Myfuture.com
•  Mynextmove.org - Career Planning Site
•  College Majors 101
•  FloridaShines.org - Florida Virtual Campus - Florida Shines.org provides a variety of online services for students from Florida's public high schools, colleges and universities.  Florida Shines academic advising services make it easy for high school students to prepare for college or a career after graduation by enabling them to monitor their transcripts to assess how they are progressing for high school graduation, college and career readiness, and Bright Futures Scholarships.  In addition, they can explore Florida's college and university offerings (both traditional and distance learning programs), learn about financial aid, and apply for admission.  Dual enrolled high school students and those in accelerated education programs can even access online library resources used within Florida's colleges and universities.