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KAPLAN TEST PREP CLASSES CAN NOW BE FOUND ON SAT/ACT SECTION OF 

COLLEGE OFFICE WEBSITE









ATTENTION NEW SENIORS AND JUNIORS

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH

SAINT FRANCIS PREP COLLEGE FAIR

6:30 PM - 9 PM IN THE CAFETERIA 












ATTENTION JUNIORS:



SUNY


 

The State University of New York's spring College Fairs are just a few weeks away! We hope your juniors and their families will attend. We request your help in promoting the events, including hanging the poster that was recently mailed to your office.

Student registration can be found here: www.suny.edu/studentevents.  Representatives from 36 different SUNY campuses will be available to discuss academic offerings, student life, financial aid, and more.
Sunday, May 6, Long Island, NYSuffolk County Community College (Michael J. Grant Campus) Sunday, May 20, New York, NYThe Armory Track & Field Center Monday, May 21, Whippany, NJHanover Marriott Hotel We also have a Community College Fair for high school seniors searching for their SUNY fit for fall 2018. The program is Wednesday, May 2, 3:00 p.m. at the SUNY Welcome Center in NYC. Registration is still available: www.suny.edu/studentevents.



FINAL TRANSCRIPT REQUEST FORMS ARE NOW AVAILABLE IN THE COLLEGE OFFICE (ALL SENIORS MUST FILL OUT THIS CARD TO HAVE THEIR FINAL TRANSCRIPT SENT TO THEIR COLLEGE)









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 2018 EFL Scholarship Opportunity for a St. Francis Prep student

We’ve just heard that we can again offer a full scholarship ($1700 to cover tuition, as well as travel costs) to another EFL or EHFL (Economic History for Leaders) program this year, and I wanted to let you know as soon as possible.  The student should be either a currents sophomore or junior.

 

This year, our EFL and EHFL sites and dates are as follows:

 

ECONOMICS FOR LEADERS (EFL)   

June 18  - 24                                     Rice University                                                                Houston, TX                                      

June 18 – 24                                      Yale University 1                                                             New Haven, CT

June 25 – July 1                                 UCLA                                                                                 Los Angeles, CA  

June 25 – July 1                                 University of California - Berkeley 1                             Berkeley, CA        

June 25 – July 1                                 Yale University 2                                                             New Haven, CT                  

July 2 – 8                                            University of California - Berkeley 2                             Berkeley, CA

July 2 – 8                                            Oberlin College                                                                Oberlin, OH                                       

July 9 – 15                                          Wake Forest University                                                  Winston-Salem, NC                             

July 16 – 22                                       Cornell University                                                           Ithaca, NY                           

July 23 – 29                                       Brown University                                                            Providence, RI     

July 30 – Aug. 5                                 University of California – Santa Barbara                      Santa Barbara, CA              

July 30 – Aug. 5                                 University of Washington                                              Seattle, WA

Aug. 6 – 12                                        University of Michigan                                                   Ann Arbor, MI                   

                             

ECONOMIC HISTORY FOR LEADERS (EHFL)

July 9 – 15                                          Tufts University                                                               Boston, MA

July 23 – 29                                       Washington University                                                  St. Louis, MO      

 

The EHFL programs focus more on American history, and how economic forces contributed to pivotal events in U.S. history.  It is definitely a unique look at how economics can affect real-world outcomes, and also provides sessions on leadership thinking.

 

The scholarship funds are intended to fully cover the cost (program registration, meals, housing, and travel to and from the site) of attending EFL, or our newer program, EHFL.  The student application, site and date information, and details can be found on our website at:  https://www.fte.org/students/economics-for-leaders-program/.  The student should be either a current sophomore or junior to be eligible to attend this summer.  The ideal scholarship candidate should be someone who has a strong academic record, has the potential to apply themselves and become (or already is) a rising leader, and who might not otherwise be able to attend a program like this on their own.  The EFL and EHFL programs offer students an opportunity to learn about themselves and their place in the world by teaching introductory economic reasoning skills that can be applied to decision-making, as well as developing their leadership skills.  We are accepting applications on a rolling basis through March 15, but the sooner they apply, the better, as spots are filling quickly.

 




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COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES--

 MAY NOW SCHEDULE CAFETERIA VISITS THROUGH NAVIANCE (OR EMAIL bmagenheim@sfponline.org)

SENIORS 12:45 PM - 1:15 PM

JUNIORS 11:45 AM - 12:15 PM




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FOR INFORMATION REGARDING THE NAVAL ACADEMY

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON USNA FALL FORUMS




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AffordableColleges.com, recently compiled a list of scholarships for African Americans and other minority groups.

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THE COLLEGE OFFICE HOURS ARE 7:30 AM TO 3:00 PM.  PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE COLLEGE OFFICE DURING CLASS TIME.  THANK YOU.

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COLLEGE BOARD www.collegeboard.orgACT www.actstudent.org





This message board contains a variety of important information and announcements FOR BOTH SENIORS AND JUNIORS:


 



RE:  SCHOLARSHIPS -- PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE PROPER PROCEDURE FOR APPLYING FOR SCHOLARSHIPS IS TO SUBMIT YOUR PAPERWORK TO THE COLLEGE OFFICE ONE MONTH PRIOR TO THE DUE DATE OF THE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION.  IT IS SCHOOL POLICY NOT TO GIVE TRANSCRIPTS TO STUDENTS.  PLEASE COMPLY WITH THESE PROCEDURES.  YOU MUST SPEAK WITH MS. ARMON IF EXTRAORDINARY CIRCUMSTANCES OCCUR.  THANK YOU.



IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR SENIORS  






STUDENTS ARE NOT TO BRING IN APPLICATIONS DURING CLASS TIME.  YOU ARE TO BRING THEM DURING YOUR FREE TIME OR LUNCH.  WE ARE HERE AT 7:30 TO ACCEPT APPLICATIONS AND AFTER DISMISSAL.  THERE IS NO REASON TO MISS CLASS.


School Information:  6100 Francis Lewis Blvd., Fresh Meadows NY  11365

CEEB Code:  330835

Class of 2018 Data:   Graduates

Class of 2018 entered high school 09/

Graduation Date: 

Ranking:  None

Grading:  100 Scale

COUNSELOR INFORMATION

TITLE:  Guidance Counselor

Guidance Office:  718-423-8810 x212

College Office: 718-423-8810 x244

EMAILS

Ms. Robyn Armon:  rarmon@sfponline.org

Ms. Becky Barell:  bbarell@sfponline.org

Mrs. Danielle Forte:  dforte@sfponline.org

Mrs. Laura Hassett:  lhassett@sfponline.org

Mr. Nicholas Lombardo:  nlombardo@sfponline.org

Mrs. Josephine Morrone:  jmorrone@sfponline.org

Mrs. Nancy Williams:  nwilliams@sfponline.org

Administrative Assistants

Ms. Patricia Fagan: pfagan@sfponline.org

Mr. Brandon Maggenheim:  bmaggenheim@sfponline.org





 

Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online link is:  www.fafsa.gov

 


 

PROCESSING FORMS ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT COLLEGE FORMS LINK

 

 

ADVANTAGE TESTING INFORMATION AND PRINCETON REVIEW INFORMATION NOW AVAILABLE UNDER SAT/ACT LINK

 OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDENTS:




TIME 2000:  A MATH TEACHING PROGRAM AT QUEENS COLLEGE -- THIS IS A FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR STUDENTS WHO WOULD LIKE TO BECOME SECONDARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TEACHERS.  TIME 2000 WILL ADMIT UP TO 30 MEMBERS OF THE FRESHMAN CLASS.  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:  DR. ALICE ARTZT 718-997-5377 -- EMAIL ALICE.ARTZT@QC.CUNY.EDU (ALSO FOR MORE INFO GO TO www.qc.cuny.edu/time2000.)


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SENIORS:  IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS REGARDING YOUR CUNY APPLICATIONS OR CUNY DECISIONS YOU CAN CALL THEM AT 212-997-2869 or email:  aonline@mail.cuny.edu


UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY 

WEST POINT

OUTSTANDING JUNIORS MAY START THEIR APPLICATIONS NOW BY VISITING  www.apply.usma.edu

FRESHMAN AND SOPHMORES MAY REQUEST THE E-BROCHURE "YOUR GUIDE TO SUCCESSFUL ADMISSIONS" AND VISIT www.discover.usma.edu/guide


Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online link is:   www.fafsa.gov


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SENIORS:  IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS REGARDING YOUR CUNY APPLICATIONS OR CUNY DECISIONS YOU CAN CALL THEM AT 212-997-2869 or email:  aonline@mail.cuny.edu


ATTENTION SENIORS - SEE SFP COLLEGE HANDBOOK TO LEARN ABOUT PROCESS FOR APPLYING TO COLLEGE-CLICK ON LINK BELOW:

SFP College Handbook

Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online link is :  www.fafsa.gov