AHS School Counseling Contact- Kristin Kudrna
Business: 402-274-4328 ext 305
Kristin Kudrna’s office hours are 7:30 to 4 pm daily. Please schedule appointments between the hours of 9 am- 11 am and 2-4 pm daily. Parents may call 402-274-4328 to set up meeting. **Stop by my new office on Lower Level of AHS, across from Media Center!
TRANSCRIPT REQUESTS: Need transcript requests in writing with signature. See Mrs Kudrna or upstairs office for "transcript request" form. Allow 24 hours for a transcript request to be processed.
Transfer Nebraska is a website that offers students a way to easily see if (and where) their dual credit courses will transfer—and better plan and prepare for their academic future.
2020-21 Important Dates:
*If you are experiencing a crisis and need immediate assistance or information, you can use these 24/7 resources:
Register for ACT Tests- School Code 280115
We’re giving students more opportunities to take the ACT test this fall by adding additional dates to the ones already scheduled!
. To register for an ACT National test date, please visit the website: www.act.org ACT Registration Students will need to create a user name and password! You will need about 40 minutes to create an ACT registration. Our School Code is 280115.
Future 2 year and 4 year College Students: See Mrs Kudrna for help with application, sending transcripts and ACT Scores. Need transcript requests in writing with signature. See Mrs Kudrna or upstairs office for "transcript request" form. Allow 24 hours for a transcript request to be processed.
John Baylor Test Prep: We offer the John Baylor ACT prep class during our high school ARC time. See Mrs Kudrna to register for this 6 week course. You may see a "demo" of the class here: https://www.ontocollege.com
- Drop & Add Guidelines
- First Gen Support - Are you the first to attend college in your family? Click here to read about extra support you can receive on your college campus
- Help With FAFSA.docx - Help with the FAFSA forms for college-bound students.
- Test Taking Tips .docx Test Taking Tips
- Test Taking Tips
- Career Assessment Links for students
- Anti-Bullying Website
- Nebraska State College’s Scholarships
- Register for ACT Tests
- Southeast Comm College
- Stress Beaters??
- **The Time You Have-in jelly beans**
- United States Job Corps
- University of Neb-Kearney
- University of Neb-Lincoln
- University of Neb-Omaha
- Love is…..Respect
- Online College courses from UNL
- Online College courses from Peru State
Local Scholarship packets will be handed out to seniors each January. A great place to start looking for scholarships that match your talents, abilities and needs is at EducationQuest. See www.educationquest.org and begin ScholarshipQuest using their website tools. Most scholarships require 2-3 adult recommenders!
State and National Scholarships- see #article# below
College specific scholarships can be found at the following sites:
For those who with a 3.3 GPA + and meet Federal Pell Grant eligibility; Forms due by January each year.
The Susan Thompson Buffett scholarship is open to Nebraska students who have at least a 2.5 GPA and will attend a 2 yr or 4 yr college in Nebraska. See online app. Application opens online on Nov 1 each year