Dishman Hills High School is supported by Summit's College Readiness. For more information about college readiness at Dishman Hills, check out college.summitps.org. Here you can find consolidated resources from Summit’s College Readiness Director about the path your students will take to be prepared. Though we will go over all of this information with your students and go on multiple college trips throughout the year, it is important that all members of the family understand that all courses, grades, and curricular activities factor into admission decisions later down the line.
The site is available so you can increase your own understanding of fafsa.gov and show it to students before they apply. At the FAFSA demo site, you can complete a sample FAFSA form, make corrections, or check the status of the form.
Before you start filling out your application follow these steps to get your FSA ID. The FSA ID can be used to access the myStudentAid mobile app and to electronically sign the online FAFSA form.The FSA ID can be used to access the myStudentAid mobile app and to sign the online FAFSA form or a Master Promissory Note for a federal student loan, as well as or for several other purposes.The FSA ID must not be shared with anyone. If a student forgets his or her FSA ID, he or she can go to StudentAid.gov/login (or to any Federal Student Aid website that requires log-in) and follow the links that give the option of retrieving the username or password via the student's verified email address or mobile phone number, or by successfully answering his or her challenge questions.
Info for Students & Families: Apply Now for 2022-23 Financial Aid
Applying for financial aid is a crucial first step toward college or job training. Many families assume they won’t qualify, but there’s more help available than ever before. This year, a family of four making up to $102,000 can qualify for financial aid in Washington. The only way to know for sure if you’re eligible is to apply. Click here to start your FAFSA application.
At StudentAid.gov/fillingout, we've set out many tips for students as they prepare to apply for aid.
Do you know the steps you need to take to apply for college?
Do you need money for college?
The 12th Year Campaign can help you with two important steps you need to take to go to college: applying for college and applying for financial aid. The first step is to file a FAFSA or WASFA financial aid application. Follow this link for workshop events.
For more tips and answers to frequently asked questions, check out the financial aid toolkit