Farwell Class of 2021Scholarships and AwardsFarwell Area High School is proud to share all the Scholarships and Awards our Seniors have earned!Farwell High School Valedictorian, Salutatorian and High Honors and Honors StudentsFarwell Area High School is proud to announce its Valedictorian, Salutatorian, High Honors, and Honors Graduates for the Class of 2021
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The counseling department assists students in four areas of guidance:
- Guidance Curriculum - Present structured experiences through individual, group, and classroom activities.
- Individual Planning - Assist students in the planning, monitoring, and management of their own learning as well as personal and career development.
- Responsive Services - Provide support and activities to meet the immediate needs and concerns of students.
- Systems Support- Manage activities that establish, maintain, and enhance the total guidance and counseling program.
Dual Enrollment for Fall 2021 is being processed through June. If you will be a first time dual student at Mid Michigan College, please apply to the college as a dual enrolled/concurrent student. The directions are in your Skyward Account and email as well as posted in the March/April issue of The Talon. Dual enrolled CTE students (Welding, AIME, Health Occ 2, and Criminal Justice 2) must also apply to MID as dual enrolled students in order to formally register.
CTE Applications for 2021-2022 are being processed through June. See your Skyward Account for more program details or go to www.cteitsworking.com. CTE Programs include: Advanced Manufacturing, Agricultural Science, Automotive Technology, Construction Trades, Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Digital Media, Education Occupations, Health Occupations, and Welding.
Scheduling for 2021-2022 School Year: The process for 2021-2022 scheduling is nearing completion. It takes approximately 30-40 minutes per student to complete the process. Dual enrolled students and CTE students were the first students evaluated and scheduled. Please email Mrs. Rohdy once you have completed your dual enrollment/CTE paperwork with a direct phone number where you can be reached as well as days/times that work for you. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will be in contact as soon as she can. Each and every student will be given the detailed care needed to build a future schedule that meets specific needs and individual Educational Development Plans. For 8th graders and freshmen: schedules will include core course subjects and an elective rotation. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
Drop and Add Form for 2021-2022 School Year: For students wishing to adjust their class schedules, please fill out a drop and add form. Recognize that required courses take priority over elective courses and if sections are full, requests may not be possible. Please submit this form to the counseling office for processing. 2020-2021 Drop and Add Form
FAFSA and TIP: FAFSA for the 2021-2022 academic year opened on October 1, 2020 and closes on June 30, 2021. March 1, 2021 was the State of Michigan priority deadline. To learn more, go to https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/fafsa. TIP eligible students need to create an account and complete the application process before the deadline. For more information, please look at the following TIP fact sheet. The link to MiSSG for Tip is https://missg.guarantorsolutions.com/StudentPortal.
Farwell Area Schools is proud to announce that we EXCEEDED Governor Whitmer's FAFSA Challenge Goal of 75% completion! As of June 11, 2020, Farwell Area High School led all schools in Clare County and in the Clare-Gladwin RESD with FAFSA Completion Rates. Farwell's completion rate is currently at 81.6%. The average for Clare County schools is 64.6% and the average for the Clare-Gladwin RESD is 63.94%. For our Eastern Central Michigan Region, Farwell Area High School is currently ranked third overall! For the entire State of Michigan, Farwell Area High School is ranked 57th. As of June 11, all class of 2020 seniors in the State of Michigan submitted a total of 56,148 FAFSA applications at a rate of 51.4%. For seniors that have completed the FAFSA, please double check with your collegiate institution to see if any additional materials and/or verifications are needed. If your financial circumstances have changed since filing your original application, please contact the financial aid office of the institution you will be attending to discuss adjustments. As far as completing Tuition Incentive Program (TIP) applications, the Farwell Class of 2020 is at 100%. Please remember if you are TIP eligible, you must also complete the FAFSA.
- AES Engineers Scholarship ($500) - Submit by 10/5/2020
General Scholarship Searches:
Parchment Account Set-Up for Class of 2020: All seniors will need to set up a Parchment account this fall. Farwell High School has partnered with Parchment to order transcripts and other credentials securely. Transcripts for college applications, employment, and scholarships will be requested through your Parchment account. Go to https://www.parchment.com/u/registration/13975/account to create your account today.
Farwell Class of 2020 Are Top in the County & CGRESD for FAFSA and TIP Applications
According to Michigan FAFSA Tracker Data as of June 11, 2020:
- 81.6% of FHS seniors filed the 2020-2021 FAFSA. 64.6% of Clare County seniors filed the 2020-2021 FAFSA. 63.94% of Clare-Gladwin RESD seniors filed the 2020-2021 FAFSA. 51.4% of the State of Michigan seniors filed the 2020-2021 FAFSA. Farwell High School was 3rd overall in completion rates for the Eastern Central Michigan Region and placed 57th overall in the State of Michigan.
- 100% of FHS TIP eligible seniors have completed their required TIP application
Transitional Living Program
Have you -
- Become homeless because you've been left behind?
- Ran away from abuse at home? Eviction notice?
- Aged out of foster care or court ordered placement?
The Transitional Living Program (TLP) helps older, homeless youth between 16-21 years old in the Isabella/Clare County areas who are unable to return to their homes (including pregnant and parenting teens) with guidance, help finding housing and a range of services for up to 18 months to succeed on their own.
24-Hour Crisis Line:
Isabella Co. (989) 772-2918
Clare Co. (989) 386-2774
Herff Jones Yearbook Order Center Link
(If prompted for an order number, use: 40657)