BSHS Counseling Special Announcements
BSHS Counseling General Information
School Counselors are here to help
Annie Belding, Leadership Academy School Counselor
Lorie Daugherty, IT Academy School Counselor
Dana Lawrence, EMR Academy School Counselor
Brandi Ogden, Medical Academy School Counselor
Laurel Viera, Freshman Academy School Counselor Last names J-Z
Yvette Thompson, Freshman Academy School Counselor Last name A-I
AP Exam Registration
AP Exam registration and online payments begins in October. Regular AND late registration is now closed. Visit our AP Exam Registration Site for more information.
Information for Seniors
It's time for college bound seniors to start applying to college, if they haven't already begun. Each Academy school counselor will be giving some overall information to get all the seniors started on their college applications and following that with individual meetings with the seniors over the next several weeks.
Some helpful information:
- Senior Fall Presentation
- College Information for Seniors booklet -- summary of key tasks for college planning, includes timeline for Rising Seniors and Seniors
AP Exam Scores
College Board released AP Exam scores beginning early July. You will need your AP number to access your account and scores. That number was in your student pack (the little book) students were instructed to take home with them after their final exam.
No Pass/ No Drive
Driver's permit verifications are completed through the registrar's office. Submit a request online at least two days BEFORE your permit test at www.bit.ly/bshspermitpaper. In order to be eligible, students must have less than 9 unexcused absences and be passing at least 3/4 of classes in the PRIOR semester. Visit the DMV.org website for a copy of the drivers manual.
- Current students and graduates 2008 through present should be requested through Parchment.
- Graduates before 2008 are $5 and should be requested on this form.
- More details and helpful hints to creating your Parchment account on our Transcripts page.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is used to apply for federal, state and college-based financial aid. FAFSA now opens October 1st. Awards are income-based, so appying early does not guarantee you will get an award. However, applying late could mean the money has been distributed before you apply. Apply early.
Make sure you have active email accounts for both the student and at least one parent of dependent students. Visit fsaid.ed.gov to set up your Federal Student Aid ID (FSA ID) for the student AND at least one parent of a dependent student. Using your most recent tax information, set up your FAFSA account at www.fafsa.gov.
Set by step tips are listed on this FAFSA Checklist from the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority (KHEAA).
Registering for the ACT
Visit www.actstudent.org. Students on free/reduced lunch program can request a fee waiver from your school counselor. Please use the links above to get their contact information or visit our School Counseling Directory.
For more information on what you need to register and suggestions for test day, please visit our ACT Info Page.