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Aurora, CO 80015
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Seniors: Application deadlines continue to loom.  Below is the deadline schedule for requesting your transcripts and letters to be sent to your colleges.  These are hard deadlines so you will need to make sure your teachers have uploaded your letters of recommendation to Naviance.

Application Deadline                               Must turn in transcript request

​December 1Novermber 17
​December 15December 1
​December 31/January 1December 1
January 15January 5

Check out the net price calculators on college websites.  The calculators are mandated by federal law to be on every college website.  This gives families an opportunity to see what the out of pocket cost will be to attend that college.

Now is the time to start your scholarship research.  Check out the list of scholarship opportunities on Naviance.  Also, explore the national scholarship databases: and are two that we recommend.  Don't forget to check with your individual colleges for their list of institutional scholarships.

Calendar of Events

ACT – go to to register

CEEB code for Smoky Hill 060-452




​December 13, 2014   ​November 7, 2014 ​November 21, 2014
​February 7, 2015 ​January 9, 2015   ​January 16, 2015
​April 18, 2015  ​March 13, 2015​March 27, 2015
​June 13, 2015     ​May 8, 2015    ​May 22, 2015



CEEB code for Smoky Hill 060-452

​December 6, 2014​November 6, 2014​November 24, 2014
​January 24, 2015 ​December 29, 2014​January 13, 2015
​March 14, 2015   ​February 13, 2015​March 3, 2015
​May 2, 2015​April 6, 2015 ​April 21, 2015
​June 6, 2015  ​May 8, 2015​May 27, 2015


AP Exams:

Test Date                        Registration

May 4–15, 2015    

$91.00 per exam

Available on October 1, 2014

 College Orientation Programming by Peter Van Buskirk

Tuesday, January 27, 2015, at 6:30 p.m.

Smoky Hill High School Auditorium


"Getting From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be™"

Getting from where you are to where you want to be is a task that can prove monumental whatever the objective or the obstacles to be overcome. When the objective is higher education and access can determine the quality and direction of future opportunities, suddenly the stakes are even greater. "Getting there" is the task faced by thousands of young people each year as they apply to colleges.


February 5, 2015 from 2:30 – 6:00 p.m.

FAFSA workshop for seniors and their parents

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