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John Stark Regional High School offers FREE College Planning Programming: Please keep an eye out under Latest News for 2020-2021 Free College Planning Programming dates!

Early Post-Secondary Planning Night

See attachment to view information on early college planning.

Senior College Night

See attachment to view information on the College Admission Process.

Common Application

See attachment to view information on the Common Application.

College Planning

A month-by-month reference created by the JSRHS Counseling Center to guide you through the college application process, along with important SAT/ACT information.
See attachment to view College Planning Timeline Family Resource-20-21

The NHHEAF Network

NHHEAF, the network for college and career planning, has many great resources on their webpage.


Fastweb's quick reference to information about SAT/ACT, scholarships, financial aid and more. Click here to view their website.

Khan Academy

You can use free, personalized official SAT practice on Khan Academy to build your confidence and improve your scores.

Test Optional College and Universities

Check out which colleges don't require the SAT or ACT using

SAT Registration Quick Guide

Guide and Test Day Checklist

NEBHE's Guide to New England Colleges and Universities

NEBHE in association with Boston magazine, lists key data for each college, such as admissions application deadlines and acceptance rates; faculty-student ratio; enrollment totals and breakdowns for part-time, commuting, female, international and minority students; cost of attendance; and degrees offered.

College Admissions Tips

The college admissions tips website page links you lists of New Hampshire colleges, universities, career schools and technical schools. The webpage includes links to scholarship search sites, colleges offering programs for students with learning disabilities, Christian colleges, Catholic colleges, accredited online degree programs, colleges for women and much more. Click here to go to College Admissions Tips:

Online Resources

There is no doubt that the use of the Internet has revolutionized the college application process. But with so many options, how can parents and students find the most appropriate information? The college counselors at The NHHEAF Network Organizations' Center for College Planning have created an online resource list to help guide families. Here you'll find many helpful sites with FREE resources.

See attachments for Online Resources.