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FAFSA Workshop @ MPHS
MPHS will be hosting a FAFSA workshop on Wednesday, October 24 from 4:30-6:30 in the computer lab. Chevy Lowe, from the University of Colorado at Denver, will be hosting the seminar. Seniors and their parents are welcome to attend and complete their FAFSA.

Please bring:
•Social Security Numbers and Social Security Card
•Student’s alien registration or permanent resident card (if applicable)
•Birthdates: Month/Day/Year (parent AND student)
W-2 Forms and other records of money earned (parent AND student, if applicable)
•Student & Parent Federal Income Tax Return (if applicable)
•2017 untaxed income records
•Date and Year Parents were married and/or divorced
•Savings and checking account dollar amount (parent AND student, if applicable)
•Business and investment mortgage information (not the home in which you and your family live), business and farm records, stock, bond, and other investment records
AP Testing Information
For questions or concerns about AP exams please contact Mr. Polonowski

AP Exam Dates:

2019 AP exam cost is $94.00 per exam.

Students who need financial assistance to help cover the costs of AP exams can apply to the Grand Foundation Opportunity for Youth Fund
Requests prior to January 1.
PSAT - SAT - ACT at Middle Park High School
MPHS will be offering the PSAT on National Test Day, Wednesday, October 10 at 8:00 a.m. in the auditorium. This test administration serves at the only qualifier for the National Merit Scholarship for juniors. Students from all grade levels are welcome to test, however, only juniors are able to qualify for the scholarship. The cost is $25/student payable by cash or check. Please register in the counseling office. Spaces are limited, so don’t hesitate!

SAT & ACT Dates at MPHS
All ACT test dates are available at MPHS will be offering the ACT on Saturday, October 27, Saturday, December 8, and Saturday, June 8.

SAT information can be found at
MPHS will be offering the SAT on Saturday, October 6, Saturday, December 1, and Saturday, May 4.

Registration information and practice materials are also available in the counseling office.
Student Financial Aid Help
Did you know that as of this year, parents and students can apply for FAFSA (Federal Application for Federal Student Aid) as of October 1, 2018? Applying for FAFSA as soon as possible is advised for the best advantage of financial awards for college. Here are some helpful links:

Application Process:

Parent Resources:

Adam Ruins Videos on the FAFSA:

Counselors are always available to sit down and walk through the FAFSA process with students and parents. Let us know if we can help!

Ben Polonowski: 970-887-2104 x 209
Kate Walker: 970-887-2104 x 208

FAFSA applications
Parents and Guardians of Seniors, It is time to fill out and complete the FAFSA.

Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form is the first step toward getting federal aid for college, career school, or graduate school.

Please check out the links for more information about FAFSA and the online form: