College Counseling

Tattnall Square Academy’s college counseling office provides a supportive environment for students and families to make informed choices involving appropriate college placement by providing resource materials, offering counsel, and assisting in the submission of applications. Recognizing that each child is unique, the office strives to help each student identify his or her strengths, values, and interests before determining which colleges best meet the student’s needs. Support is individualized, proactive, and empowers the student to take ownership of the process. College counseling at Tattnall Square begins early as an incoming freshman. The cumulative process includes parent and student meetings, extensive individual advising of juniors and seniors, and regular communication with students and families.

College Board Code for TSA: 111962

Quick Links for Parents and Students

There will be a senior class meeting for seniors and their parents Wednesday, September 5 at 6:00pm in Trojan Hall.

College Representatives Visiting Tattnall

All visits will take place in Room 100 during Break unless otherwise indicated.

 

College or University Open House Dates

Learn more about specific open house dates and application deadlines here. 

Scholarship Announcements & Information Sessions

Several scholarships can be found at www.studentscholarships.org/newsletter.php. You may also see Mrs. Clay for a list of these scholarships.

Search Scholarship Listings

The 2019 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards Program is offering scholarships for 7th-12th graders.  For deadlines and how to enter, visit artandwriting.org.

Navicent Health is inviting students 16-18 years of age to join their Teen Volunteer Program. They are also offering three scholarships to seniors who are in good standing and who have been actively involved the Teen Volunteer Program. For more information, contact Public Relations-Navicent Health at 478-633-1353 or [email protected].

The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in cooperation with the Washington Workshops Foundation is hosting an essay contest for sophomores, juniors, and seniors.  The winner receives a week in Washington, DC. See Mrs. Clay or nscda.org (under Student Resources) for more information.  The deadline to apply is December 1

The Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation is offering scholarships for juniors. Visit coolidgescholars.org to apply.  The deadline to apply is January 23.

The Morning Music Club is hosting the Joseph Maerz Award, a $2000 scholarship awarded to encourage and reward achievement and excellence in musical performance.  See Mrs. Clay for an application.  The deadline to apply is February 9.

PSAT, SAT, and ACT Test Dates

2018-2019 SAT Calendar

2018-2019 ACT Calendar

 

Junior Handbook