This section provides you with links to various resources to help you in your search to find the right college for you.
- A Pocket Guide to Choosing a College
- College Search Guide
- GoodCall – Online Scholarship Search Database
- Maximizing College Contact
- Christian Colleges. Hundreds of CCCU members.
- How to Choose a College That’s Right For You
- NCAA Eligibility Center. For potential college athletes.
- NextStep. A great site for college search and other related items
- Peterson’s Guide. Another great site to find a match.
- Princeton Review. One great site to begin the search.
- The Common Application. Accepted by nearly 400 colleges and universities
- The College Board. A great search feature helps you find a perfect fit.
- Make sure to also check out Naviance – your web-based college couseling tool!
- CSS PROFILE
- FastWeb. An excellent free site for students to find private scholarships matching their backgrounds or interests.
- Federal Financial Aid. This is the form you must fill out to become eligible for virtually all types of financial aid in college.
- Florida Bright Futures. Here you’ll find information about Florida’s merit-based scholarship program, and learn how to apply.
- Florida Prepaid College Plan
- Sallie Mae. Student loan information for students and parents.
- Scholarships.com. Another site offering information about private scholarships.
This section provides you with links to register for the SAT and ACT Tests as well as inform you of test dates and registration deadlines.
- SAT Test Dates and Deadlines
- Sign up for the SAT
- ACT Test Dates and Deadlines
- Sign up for the ACT
- College Admission Testing
- Glossary of Terms (Testing)
The King’s Academy’s School Code is 101821
Contact the College Counseling office for more information about testing at TKA or if you have questions regarding prep classes for these tests.
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA): Any student, who is considering playing NCAA division sports, must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center. Click on link to learn more about the NCAA, the Eligibility Center, and how and when to get started.
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA): Any student, who is considering playing NAIA division sports, must register with the NAIA Eligibility Center. Click on the link to learn more about the NAIA, the Eligibility Center, and more.