Frederick High School counselors are here to help students learn, explore, and plan for life after high school. This includes college, military, tech or vocational training, or immediate employment.
How your counselor can help you: Post graduate planning, college admissions, letters of recommendation, course selection, career exploration, goal setting, scholarship opportunities, planning and paying for college, NCAA Eligibility and many others.
Senior Quick Links
- Senior College Planning timeline
- From FHS to college in 14 steps
- Common Application
- CO Free Application Window (October 19th – 21st, 2021)
- FAFSA (Opens Oct. 1st, 2021)
- Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)
- Financial Aid Award Letters- What to know
- SAT Registration
- ACT Registration
- Career Guide
- O*Net (Career Exploration Tool)
- Volunteer Opportunities
All Fairs are finished for this school year.
Q: Where can I find my class rank?
A: It is on your official transcript. You can email your counselor for
quick access to it.
Q: How do I get my CU Succeed, FRCC, AIMS, or CSU transfer credits when I head to college?
A: You will need to order your transcript directly from the college in
which you received credit from, and send it to the college you plan to
attend. Links to order transcripts are listed below:
Senior How-To Guides
Send your SAT scores: You can send your scores for FREE to four colleges each time you register for the SAT. If you are sending AFTER you took the SAT, you will have to login to your Collegeboard account and send it directly to the college. There is a fee to send scores after the test, so we recommend sending them while registering for the SAT.
Request your official transcript for scholarship applications: You will use Naviance to request an official copy of your transcript for scholarship applications or other uses. Make sure you have matched your Common App and Naviance accounts moving forward.
Apply to College: All students will be using Naviance for the college application process.
College Essays: The college essay is a way for you to demonstrate your writing ability as well as an opportunity for you to “tell a story” about you. Make sure you stay on topic. Here are some tips from NACAC and the College Essay Guy.