College Planning

  • Stephanie Bluestein is our College and Transition Counselor.  She works very closely with our students to make sure they meet the admission requirements from their chosen post-secondary institution. Feel free to contact Mrs. Bluestein with any questions, sbluestein@parkwayschools.net or 314-415-7621.  Please see the information below to help guide you towards your collegiate goals. 

     Seniors of the 2019-2020 class, please view the first-semester Senior College Presentation

     9th and 10th Grade, 9th & 10th College Presentation

    Labor Shortage & Job Attainment

     College Visits:

    Please check Naviance for college information.  Please see Mrs. Bluestein & Mr. Arthur with any questions.

     Financial Aid 101 Presentation:

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     College Admission Process Presentation:

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     Junior Presentation on Naviance:

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    College Mentor Program

    The Parkway North High School Volunteer College Mentor Program is a free program offered for Parkway parents and families--grades 9, 10, 11, and 12.  If you need help:

    • identifying your best college fit
    • selecting the few colleges to which you want to apply
    • setting up your high school academic trajectory so you can apply to your dream school
    • rounding out your extracurriculars
    • preparing your application and essays

     Call the PNHS Volunteer College Mentors and they will help.  They have been trained to help families on the journey to college as well as work with parents and students to find the best college fit.  It's FREE! Contact Dave Zuckerman at mentors4college@gmail.com

     

    QuestBridge matches high-achieving students from families with low incomes with some of the most selective universities in the U.S.  Students accepted into QuestBridge receive a full, four-year scholarship to one of these partner colleges.  In addition to the match program for high school seniors, QuestBridge also offers College Prep Scholarships to help high school juniors prepare their college and scholarship applications.  The College Prep Scholarship program is currently accepting referrals of juniors.  To view additional information and requirements, please click here.