The Financial aid process is a large part of each and every student's college search. After selecting colleges to which a student will apply, a student must work with each of those colleges to find out what the financial aid processes entail. Financial aid is a term that encompasses any scholarships, grants, or loans that will assist a student in paying for college.
The FRee Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the most important financial application for each student to complete. This form is used at most colleges and universities nationwide as a means to determine financial aid eligibility on an individual basis for each and every student. This may be submitted as early as October 1 of a student's senior year.
Each college or university a student applies to will also have additional scholarships for students that may be based on academic performance, leadership experience or major selection. Talk with each college Financial Aid office to find out more.
Bright Futures is a scholarship program that all students may apply for based on their GPA and test scores. In order to receive this award, it is necessary that all students apply online during the senior year. To read more about the program and to apply, please visit
The William L. Boyd, IV, Florida Resident Access Grant (FRAG) Program provides tuition assistance to Florida undergraduate students attending an eligible private, non-profit Florida college or university. FRAG is a decentralized State of Florida program, which means that each participating institution determines application procedures, deadlines, and student eligibility.
Private College Scholarships Various local, national and privately endowed scholarships are also available to students. Please log in to your Navianceaccount to search available scholarship opportunities, both locally and nationally.
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Mrs. Aliza Bealieu Director of Guidance, College and Career (561) 354-1944 Email
Mrs. Hanna Hill Upper School Counselor, 7-10th Grades (561) 354-1944 Email