Interested in learning more about health careers?! Click HERE to apply for Reid Health's Health Career Camp!
Interested in learning more about being a teacher and building your resume?! Click HERE for information about Camp Growth- an opportunity to teach your own class at New Madison United Methodist Church!
For information about summer opportunities through Purdue Polytechnic in Richmond, click below!
For information about possible summer advancement opportunities through the University of Dayton, click the link below!
Check out the 'Guidance News' bulletin board in the main high school lobby for all guidance related events going on at NT including...
- College visits to NT (during intervention- all juniors and seniors welcome- usually held in the library)
- Annual College Information Night, Financial Aid Night, Financial Aid Workshop, College/Career Fair- all held at NT!
- ACT and SAT deadline dates
- College campus visit days held at the college
- Military visits
- Scholarships are posted in the lobby near the guidance office
FAFSA is available online at www.FAFSA.ed.gov
We offer a financial aid night in January to learn about the FAFSA and to get hands on assistance with filing the FAFSA!
If you missed our January Financial Aid night but still need help filling out the FAFSA, click the link below for opportunities for assistance through Sinclair Community College:
Click HERE for information regarding budgeting for college, tips for scrutinizing financial aid offers and comparing offers between colleges!
- Contact a college financial aid department to learn about their academic, athletic, or other scholarships.
- Research various scholarship websites including www.fastweb.com.
- After winter break, see scholarship bulletin board in NTHS, check email regularly for scholarship attachments, pay attention to announcements, and see Ms. Duckro for copies of scholarships!
*Scholarships services are free, so never pay to apply for one!
- Seniors may request a transcript by filling out the transcript request form found in the guidance office.
- It is highly recommended that students call the college admissions office prior to the deadline to make sure all paperwork is received and their application is complete. The STUDENT is responsible for making sure the college has all paperwork needed for the application process BEFORE THE DEADLINE. Guidance recommendations must be requested from the guidance office.
Crisis Text Line (a free, 24/7 text line for people in crisis): Text 4HOPE to 741741
Suicide Prevention Center (crisis hotline): 937-229-7777
Good Samaritan Behavioral (counseling services): 937-456-1915