Seniors and Juniors:
Juniors and Seniors,
I am Ms. Coy, the new college and career counselor. I am responsible for planning and implementing a comprehensive college and career readiness program to ensure that all students graduate from high school career and college ready. For those of you that are thinking about going to college. The journey begins now.
1st Step -
- Complete the FAFSA, the application opens on October 1st, click the link to complete the FAFSA form.
- To help you know what information is required before you begin completing the FAFSA click Let’s review what to expect.
- If you need additional help watch the step by step tutorial for completing the FAFSA application https://www.youtube.com/watchv=Y8nfk5ApcQ4
If your or your family’s financial situation has changed significantly from what is reflected on your federal income tax return (for example, if you’ve lost a job or otherwise experienced a drop in income), you may be eligible to have your financial aid adjusted. http://www.studentaid.gov
2nd Step -
- Take the SAT/ACT.
- Many colleges require students to take either the SAT/ACT for admission.
- Check with each perspective college to verify the required score(s) for admission.
- The attached document includes the dates and fees for both the SAT and ACT.
- Visit https://www.collegeboard.org/ to register for the SAT
- Visit https://www.act.org/ to register for the ACT
- Sign up for virtual college visits (the application is below the calendar of college visits)
- All virtual college visits will be posted on the College and Careers page under the Guidance tab
Seabreeze High School College Visits scheduled on campus & viewed through Virtual method
The following colleges have been scheduled for virtual visits. Students will go to a location to be determine to view the virtual presentations. Go to www.seabreezehigh.org to sign up for college visits.
The day before the event you will receive a pass excusing you from class. Please arrive on time to Bldg 7, room 104. Students will be able to ask questions at the end of the presentation.
University of North Florida
|Tues, Aug 30||12-1 pm|
University of South Florida
|Tues, Sept 13||10:20-11:07 am|
|Wed, Sept 14||10:55-11:32 am|
|Mon, Sept 26||10:55-11:32 am|
|Tues, Sept 27||9:25-10:14 am|
University of Central Florida
|Tues, Oct 11||11:15-12 pm|
|Thur, Apr 6||All day|
Any questions, email Ms. Coy, College and Career Counselor, ext. 54689, firstname.lastname@example.org
College Visit Appt
Note: Fields marked with an * are required.
Ready to Work
Ready to Work
Not going to college right away, but want to continue with your higher education and training to earn a solid job & solid income? The United Association Training Facility (housed on the DCS campus) offers Career Opportunities for our students in the field of HVACR (Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration), Pipefitting, Plumbing, and Welding as Apprentices and eventually Journey Workers. A senior, who may not want to attend college right after high school but enjoys building, creating, fixing, designing, painting, investigating, DOING hands-on things that result in a product or service being produced is a perfect candidate. This is free training on Saturdays (Fall & Spring semesters). Plus, you are given a job with benefits as you work as an Apprentice and eventually a Journey Worker. It is true On-the-Job Training. The Business Contractors that hire the students/apprentices actually pay for the training through the United Association 295.
Training does include math classes (Algebra & Geometry) in a casual setting (not to discourage anyone) that goes along with the trades being taught. This is a five year commitment in which the student learns a trade for free, PLUS gets a job with good pay and benefits. No student loans to pay off. There is an application process. On Tuesdays 8:30am – 11:30am & 1:30pm – 3:30pm at 743 North Beach Street, Daytona, FL 32114.
David Fitzgerald, Marketing Representative
United Association Local Union 295
Daytona Beach, Florida
Our military recruiters visit our campus regularly to answer any questions students may have about the enlistment opportunities available. For more information on any branch of service visit
- About.com Military FAQ's http://usmilitary.about.com/
- Military.com http://www.military.com/
- Navy visit is on Tuesday, November 10 @ 10:30 (go the college and career section to sign up)
- Marine visit is on Wednesday, November 18 @ 10:30(go the college and career section to sign up)
The ASVAB test, a skills test for career investigation is giving on campus usually twice a year. Students may take the ASVAB at any branch located in the Volusia Mall at a time convenient for them. Contact a branch through the Volusia Mall directory.
Seabreeze will be giving the ASVAB- TBD. Sign up in Guidance. Here is a practice link for the ASVAB. There is a 60-day waiting period to take the test again, so you want to do your best the first time. http://asvabpracticetestonline.com/asvab-sample-test/