Every month, a Scholarship Newsletter will be given to each Senior in their English classes regarding scholarship info, test dates, college information, etc.  If you do not have an English teacher, you came to the right place. Access the Scholarship Newsletters below. Updated information will be posted periodically...so check regularly.

Attention Seniors!  If you earn a scholarship anytime during the school year, notify your School Counselor as North is planning to start a Scholarship Hall of Fame Wall.

Scholarship and Financial Aid Newsletters



In order to be eligible to receive any federal financial aid, all high school seniors planning on pursuing college or career school must file their FAFSA. It is the ONLY way to apply for federal student aid.  Deadline to complete varies between colleges so be aware of the deadline your college has set.  If you are undecided on a college, then should complete FAFSA now.  More information can be found at:


Take Stock in Children

The Foundation for Lee County Public Schools coordinates Lee County's Take Stock in Children Scholarship Program. This program provides opportunties for low income and at-risk students to receive mentoring during middle and high school and college scholarships to help break the cycle of poverty. If you're interested in volunteering as a mentor or if you know of a student who would be an excellent candidate for the program, please visit http://www.leeschoolfoundation.org/programs/student-programs/wp-takestock/ for more information and to apply.

Financial Aid Websites


     The following are some Internet information and search websites that the Counseling Office is aware of.  The Internet now is the main source of information and searches for colleges and financial aid.  However, you must exercise the same caution on the internet as you would in reviewing any other information.  Inclusion on this list, in particular, does not imply any reliability or guarantee of securing financial aid and/or scholarship funds.

      Be careful of what information you choose to provide on the internet.  NEVER provide your social security number or bank information.  NEVER pay any money, agree to pay any money, or provide credit card/debit card information to pay for a search service.  The same information provided for a fee almost always can be found for free at several other sources.   Be cautious about supplying your email address or cell phone number to college or financial aid resources, especially during an initial search process.  That could be a sign that the website is more interested in harvesting information to sell to other agencies, some less legitimate than others. Finally, don’t hesitate to back out of site if you feel you are being asked for inappropriate information.  Don’t submit anything and log out of the site if you feel you are being asked too early for inappropriate information.


     We welcome your feedback on these sites and on other sites that should be included on this list.

F –    Primarily Financial Aid/Scholarship information

SF  - Primarily Financial Aid/Scholarship information, including a Search option

B -    Includes Both information on Financial Aid/Scholarships and Colleges

SB – Includes Both information on Financial Aid/Scholarships and Colleges, including a Search option

C -    Primarily College related information

SC – Primarily College related information, including a Search option


F          Affordable Colleges.com – http://www.affordablecolleges.com/resources/scholarships-for-minorities/

F          American Legion Need A Lift– www.Legion.org/needalift

SF        College Scholarships.com – www.collegescholarships.com

SF        College Net – www.collegenet.com

F          eStudent Loan – www.estudentloan.com

F          FAFSA on the Web – www.fafsa.ed.gov; (800-433-3243 also & can help with comp. access problems)

SF        FinAid – www.finaid.org

F          Florida Department of Education – www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org

SF        Free-4U.com – www.free-4u.com

SF        GoodCall – www.goodcall.com/scholarships/

SF        Guaranteed Scholarships – www.guaranteed-scholarships.com

SF        High Five Scholarships – www.highfivescholarships.com

F          Hispanic Scholarship Fund – www.hispanicfund.org

SF        International Education Financial Aid – www.iefa.org

SF        International Scholarship and Tuition Services (ISTS) – www.applyists.com

F          Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation – www.mcsf.org

F          MyInTuition – For 15 colleges, most in NE, www.MyInTuition.org

F          SallieMae – www.salliemae.com

SF       Scholarships.com – www.scholarships.com

F          Sleep Scholarships and College Financial Aid Help – https://www.tuck.com/sleep.scholarships

F          Stem Scholarship Search – www.stemstudy.com/stem-scholarship-search/

SF        UNIGO.com – www.unigo.com

F          United Negro College Fund – www.uncf.org

F          U.S. Department of Education – www.studentaid.ed.gov

SB       Accounting Scholarships and College Resources – http://www.mastersinaccounting.info/resources/accounting-scholarships/

B         American College Testing (ACT) – www.act.org

SB       Cappex.com – www.cappex.com

SB       Christian Connector.com – www.ChristianConnector.com

SB       College Board (SAT) – www.collegeboard.com

SB       eCampusTours – www.ecampustours.com

SB       Education Planner – www.educationplanner.com

SB       FastWeb – www.fastweb.com

SB       National Application Center – www.nationalappcenter.com

SB       Online Colleges, Scholarships, and Degree Programs – www.college-scholarships.com

SB       Questbridge – www.questbridge.org

B         U.S. Government Publications – www.ed.gov/pubs/

B         U.S. News & World Report – www.usnews.com/education

C         College Affordability Guide – www.CollegeAffordabilityGuide.org

C         Colleges of Distinction – www.collegesofdistinction.com

C         Common Application – www.commonapp.org

C         Cyber Security – www.cyberdegrees.org/listings/

C         March 2 Success – www.march2success.com/indexes.htm

C         National Association of Independent Colleges & Universities – www.naicu.edu


            My Career Shines – www.MyCareerShines.org (primarily career information

            Florida Shines – www.FloridaShines.org (primarily college information)

            Khan Academy – www.khanacademy.org/sat (SAT & Test Prep)


Important Links and Information

Florida Bright Futures

This website provides access to the Bright Futures Handbook and Application.


SAT Links and Information

Free SAT Prep from Khan Academy and The College Board


Register for the SAT:



About SAT Changes (starting Spring 2016 – current Sophomores will take this in the Spring of their Junior year):



North Fort Myers High School Code – 100513

Both ACT and SAT require a picture (yearbook-style head shot) uploaded with application

     NOTE:  SAT and ACT Fee Waivers do NOT cover Late, Waitlist, or Standby Fees


       SAT Registration at www.sat.collegeboard.org/register

SAT National

Test Dates



Deadline *

Late Registration

Deadline **

August 26

SAT & Sub. Tests

July 28

July 29-Aug. 15

October 7

SAT & Sub. Tests

September 8

September 9-27

November 4

SAT & Sub. Tests

October 5

 October 6-25

December 2

SAT & Sub. Tests

November 2

November 3-21





  March 10

SAT only

February 9

February 10-28

May 5

SAT & Sub. Tests

April 6

April 7-25

June 2

SAT & Sub. Tests

May 3

May 4-23

*The registration deadline usually is a week earlier for mailed registration; consult SAT

  Website for specific dates for mailed registration.

SAT Test Fees:     SAT - $46.00;   SAT With Essay - $60.00

**Late Fee –          SAT  - $75.00;  SAT With Essay - $89.00

***Waitlist Fee – SAT - $124.00;  SAT With Essay - $138.00

Subject Tests - Check website for test fee info.; depends on number of subject tests


ACT Registration at www.actstudent.org

ACT National Test Dates



Late Registration

Deadline **

September 9

August 4

August 5-18

October 28

September 22

Sept. 23-Oct. 6

December 9

November 3

November 4-17

February 10

January 12

January 13-19

April 14

March 9

March 10-23

June 9

May 4

May 5-18

July 14

June 15

June 16-22

ACT Test Fees:   ACT -   $46.00     ACT With Essay -   $62.50

**Late Fee –        ACT -   $75.50     ACT With Essay -   $92.00

***Standby Fee   ACT - $128.50     ACT With Essay - $145.00


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