Delta College Offers SAT Test Preparation

 Earn a better SAT score with Delta College’s SAT Test Preparation course.  In this 1 day course, you will study test taking strategies and drills to help you learn the proper methods to approach the Reading, Writing and Language, Math, and Essay portions of the SAT test.

 Be prepared! The SAT score is a factor for many scholarship applications as well as admission to many colleges.

Please visit or call 989-686-9444 for details

Remind 101
        Remind 101 is a one-way text messaging and email system. Please join our group if you would like to receive reminders of up-coming workshops, when new scholarships are submitted to the Counseling office and other important information.
        To receive messages via text, text @mscoof to (248)694-9038. You can opt-out of messages at anytime by replying, 'unsubscribe @mscoof' or to receive messages via email, send an email to To unsubscribe, reply with 'unsubscribe' in the subject line.
College Visits Scheduled 

These colleges/universities will be at Pinconning High School on the following dates. Students must sign up in the Counseling Office before hand in order to attend visit.                                           

Bay Commitment College Access Network

With the school year in full swing, the Bay Commitment College Access Network is offering students and their families the opportunity to get a jump on their college planning with several events. Workshops include: General College Planning, Great Start, ACT Quick Prep, & FAFSA Night. For additional workshop information and registration click on the following tab: Bay Commitment College Access Network

College Handbook

This is a detailed guide to assist our students and their parents in the college selection process.

To see the latest version of this document please click here. (This is a large Microsoft Word document and may take some time to load.)


College Information Resource

See the Fair Opportunity file at the bottom of this page as a good resource for timelines for college information.

To find contact information about colleges in our state, scholarship search websites and other valuable tools check out

 Free Application for Federal Student Aid

All seniors who plan to go on for further training at a vocational school, college, or vocational/technical school need to complete the FAFSA in order to apply for financial aid. Go to: to apply.  Contact the Counseling office for more information.

Some important reminders:

Federal deadline for applying: June 30,  2018.

DON’T WAIT! The sooner you apply the better chance you will have of obtaining government loans or grants to finance school.

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Kim Browning,
Sep 7, 2016, 10:14 AM