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Seniors, please remember to fill out your FAFSA. It is important to get it filled out before the end of the year.
Colleges want to see that students have filled out their FAFSA and many scholarships REQUIRE students to have filed their FAFSA.
• 92% of Low Income students will receive grants
• 85% of students will receive some type of financial aid
• Approximately 2 million college students eligible for financial aid – specifically a Pell Grant – never apply.
• $150 billion is given to college students annually via the FAFSA.
• Each year, more than $24 billion of financial aid goes unclaimed. To get this money for college, all students need to do is fill out one form: the FAFSA.
• AZ Colleges and Universities gave $622.3 million dollars in grants and scholarships.
If you have any questions, or would like a helpful “instruction sheet” emailed to you, please contact the College and Career Coordinator, Lisa Weber, at 584-7742 or Lisa.firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sabino High School is nestled in north Pima County along the Santa Catalina mountains. The campus has the feel of a college preparatory school, with a full complement of Advanced Placement (AP) classes. Sabino has garnered a National Blue Ribbon Award.
Advanced Placement classes allow students to test for college credit upon completion of the course. Sabino High School offers 17 AP classes including, World History, US History, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Biology and Chemistry, among others. The Career and Technical Education department offers Communication Media Technologies offerings including Graphic Design, Digital Communications, Software Development and Photography.
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