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School Counseling Resources
COVID-19 NJ Hope and Healing Crisis Counseling Program
7 days per week, 8am-8pm
Mental Health Association in New Jersey - resources click here
Tenafly High School is piloting AP Seminar. For more information: AP CAPSTONE
New Jersey Career Connections
The New Jersey Department of Labor & Workforce Development is proud to announce the launch of the New Jersey Career Connections website, a new job search and career navigation platform careerconnections.nj.gov
ACT vs SAT
ACT vs SAT: Which Test Should You Take?
Click here for a side-by-side comparison of format, scoring, and content (information provided by Kaplan)
Homework Estimation Charts
Please click here to review Course Time Commitments
New Jersey Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (HESAA)
New Jersey Higher Education Student Assistance Authority (HESAA) has prepared a Student Loan Guide to be distributed to New Jersey high school students. In January 2013, legislation was passed by the New Jersey Legislature and signed into law, requiring HESAA to provide a booklet/brochure and directing high schools to annually disseminate it to each student in the 11th and 12th grades.
HESAA is the only state authority with the sole mission of providing students and families with the information and resources necessary to attain an education beyond high school.
NJHESSA important links to websites for financial aid information
e-booklet link to the Student Loan Guide: http://www.hesaa.org/Flipbooks/StudentLoanGuide/index.html
Interactive Student Loan Game Plan:
Free SAT Practice on Khan Academy
Click the link to find free SAT information from Khan Academy. Free online practice for the redesigned (as well as the old) SAT is available. Created by the College Board and Khan Academy, the practice resources include: Thousands of interactive questions
Four official full-length tests
Video lessons, hints, and answer explanations
Federal Student Aid
NCAA Division I Eligibility Standards
The NCAA Eligibility Center recently launched a website that educates students and parents about the new NCAA Division I eligibility standards for 2016 and beyond. Visit www.2point3.org.