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Welcome to the Counselor's Corner!

The counselors at Coweta High School are committed to helping our students plan for what lies ahead in their post-graduation lives. With three full-time counselors available every day, the individual needs of every student are able to be taken into consideration in order to give our kids a great chance for future success. Below are just a few of the services offered by the counseling office. Click the orange buttons below for a wealth of financial aid information. Also, keep an eye out for the latest edition of the College and Career newsletter, posted every month on this page! Click below for the latest scoop!

  • Counseling Dept. Breakdown
  • Final Senior Newsletter
  • Supplementing Financial Aid
  • Local Scholarships
  • Winter Scholarships
  • Winter Senior Newsletter

ICTC-Muskogee Information

Complete the FAFSA Today!

Senior Parents! Did you know that the FASFA opens on Oct. 1 this year? Please see the attached document to learn more about FASFA which is the first step in securing Financial Aid for College.

ACT Testing Services

Coweta High School has been approved as an ACT testing site. Student from Coweta and the surrounding areas may register online at www.actstudent.org to take the ACT in Coweta.

Time is of the essence. In order for colleges to receive your ACT scores before the semester ends, you must take the test ASAP. Those of you planning to enter college or a trade school will be expected to take the ACT. We recommend that you take one of these tests this fall if you plan to enter college next summer or next fall. We encourage you to take the test early.

Instructions about registration and other information is available in the counseling office. A digital photo submission is part of the application process. There is an "ACT Photo" App available that makes this a simple submission.

Again, you can register on line to take the test at the link listed below. Use School Code 370920 to register to take the test in Coweta.

www.actstudent.org

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What You Need to Know for College

Stuck on the essay question on your college application? Wondering how your ACT score stacks up to other students at a particular university? Not exactly sure which college you want to attend for the next four years? Answers to these and many more questions are available in the College 411 packet that is available below. Just click the button to find out everything you wanted to know about college, but were just too afraid to ask!

Oklahoma's Promise

Oklahoma residents in grades 8,9&10 can apply online earning college tuition. Students whose parents earn $50,000 or less per year and meet the requirements for the program are eligible.

For further information you can go online to:

WWW.OKPROMISE.ORG

SOPHOMORES, YOUR WINDOW IS ABOUT TO CLOSE. IF YOU HAVEN'T ALREADY GONE ONLINE TO SEE IF YOU QUALIFY, YOU NEED TO DO SO PRONTO.

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Interested in Participating in College Athletics?

If you are a student athlete planning to participate in college athletics (which includes band) please see Ms. Ross about NCAA Division I & II eligibility. You should create an account with the NCAA eligibility center during your Junior Year. Go to the link listed below to get started!

www.eligibilitycenter.org

 
 

Questions? Comments? Concerns?

Please feel free to contact one of our three counselors. We are happy to help! All three counselors can also be reached via the email link provided below.

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Pam Pierce
Senior Counselor
AP Coordinator
918-486-4474 x5125

Pearl Tuell
Junior Counselor
Testing Coordinator
918-486-4474, x5126

Jayna Ross
Sophomore Counselor
OK Promise, ICTC
NCAA Liaison
918-486-4474, x5136