Transcripts and Records:
- To get an unofficial copy of your transcript or to have your official transcript sent to a college or university, the NCAA, or a scholarship, etc., please email Eileen Hostetter in the FCHS College & Career Center in Student Services. Official transcripts are $3 each, payable through SchoolPay. Please note: One $3 fee will cover all your Common Application schools.
Graduates and Former Students:
- Your transcript and education records are available only through the District records office: https://www.psdschools.org/academics/student-records-transcripts | 970-490-3142
College Application Process:
- The College Application Process at FCHS
- Common App How-Tos
- 2020-21 Senior Checklist
- FCHS Senior Bulletin - published every Friday
- Junior Bulletin April 14 2021
- Student Instructions for FCHS Letters of Recommendation
- Academic Profile - Fillable PDF
- College App Deadlines for 2021 Grads - Colorado Schools
- College Essay Tips
College Rep Visits:
Be sure to take advantage of the chance to visit with admissions counselors from schools all over the country. Bookmark this link – the visit schedule is updated continuously. These meetings are open to all PSD students and families:
Access Note: If you are using a PSD-issued laptop, some meeting software installations may be blocked. Use a web-version to attend the visit.
Financial Aid & Scholarships:
Please stay tuned -- web page update in progress
- Boettcher Scholarship Information
- Daniels Scholarship Program Information
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid
- Colorado Opportunity Fund
- Colorado Scholarships.pdf
- National Scholarships.pdf
Virtual College Fairs & Workshops
Fall College Workshop Series: Presented by Roar (Regional Officers of Admissions of the Rockies)
Weekly, September 22 – October 29
Topics include Test Optional Admission; Writing Your College Essay; Financial Aid and Affordability; How College Admissions Decisions are Made; WUE, Scholarships, Residency, and Other Ways to Save; Ask a Rep: College 101; and a College Fair. For more information and to register, visit www.roarregionals.com/upcoming-events
College Fairs of Greater Denver: Over 350 Colleges Represented!
Did you miss this? Panel sessions and college fair presentations were recorded! Find them here:
Colorado Council Day/Night Fair October 5 – 9, 2020
Live chat times with colleges, individual college information sessions, panel presentation sessions with at least 3 institutions, and a virtual fair booth students can visit at any time. Find more information here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/14KZFXL_kCGj-8wk7OGZKAfzHRkiZgmHW/view?usp=sharing
Please stay tuned - web page update in progress
Juniors, Sophomores & Freshman
Please stay tuned - web page update in progress
- Junior Planning Guide
- Freshman & Sophomore Planning Guide
- Keeping Your Options Open - Post-secondary planning for the Freshman and Sophomore
Test Prep Links
If you are planning on playing a sport at a Division I or Division II school, there are certain guidelines you will need to follow as set forth by the NCAA Clearinghouse. Additional information about college athletics is available from the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics. Profiles of schools and contacts for coaches are available here along with a geographic search tool.
Please reference this NCAA Clearinghouse Checklist: NCAA Quick Reference Sheet After your register with the NCAA, please meet with your counselor to make sure you are meeting requirements for eligibility.
Resources for Students with Disabilities
The National Center for College Students with Disabilities (NCCSD) is an online resource for students with disabilities looking to apply to college. They provide services through their national clearinghouse and their student group DREAM.
DREAM (Disability Rights, Education, Activism and Mentoring) is a site dedicated to promoting a national disabilities agenda for post-secondary students and includes valuable links related to a full range of disabilities.
College Choice is a good resource for students with disabilities who want information on specific colleges. It also includes information on academic expectations in college and accommodations for students, as well as resources for preparing and applying to college.
The National Center for Learning Disabilities provides research and information on numerous areas of post-secondary preparation. The website also features unique scholarship and award opportunities for students with disabilities.
The Autism Self Advocacy Network provides students with autism resources and features advice and guidance from adults with autism who have navigated the higher education experience.
Think College is another excellent resource for students and families considering post-secondary education for students with intellectual disabilities.
Learn How to Become is a useful website that features links to specific resources for individual diagnoses.