|NDCL counselors are deeply committed to guiding students and families through the college application process.
Students use their individual accounts on Naviance Family Connection to help them explore college and career options. Naviance also allows students to organize their college application information, request transcripts, search for scholarships, and stay up-to-date on college visits to NDCL.
In addition to providing students with college exploration tools in a group setting, counselors meet individually with students to discuss college selections and applications. During the second semester of junior year, all juniors receive personalized college information from their counselor. In senior year, counselors extensively review the college application process in groups as well as during meetings with each student.
Information sessions for students and parents include a College Kickoff Night and Financial Aid Workshop for seniors, a College Planning Workshop for juniors, and a College Athletics Information Night.
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NDCL counselors are committed to each student’s ongoing achievement. NDCL hosts college representatives on our campus throughout the year to offer students a variety of options beyond high school. Ninety-nine percent of NDCL graduates attend college after graduation.
Parents of the Class of 2016, click here to access our NDCL Parent Brag Sheet.
The Class of 2015 received almost $13.5 million in scholarships and grants. Click here to view the list of colleges and universities where they were accepted.
Naviance Family Connection
Use your free account to research careers and colleges, organize college applications, request transcripts, search for scholarships, create your resume, and stay up-to-date on college visits to NDCL.
Campus Tours: Virtual College Tours
Virtual tours with still pictures and descriptions, campus maps and videos of hundreds of colleges throughout the United States. Provides a first look at colleges.
The College Board
A complete site, with college and scholarship searches, information about the SAT Reasoning and SAT Subject Tests, and other material pertaining to the college search and application process.
Virtual tours of colleges. Useful for its 360-degree views of dorm rooms and other buildings.
FAFSA on the web
The Web site for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. This form must be submitted in the senior year (after January 1 and by by June 30) for families applying for need-based aid. Students may complete it electronically at this site.
Extensive information on merit- and need-based scholarships and aid.
Information about types of financial aid and applying for financial aid.
NCAA Eligibility Center
Official NCAA Web site that details student-eligibility requirements to play NCAA sports.
U.S. Department of Education
The federal government's web site is easy to use and an excellent source of information on financial aid.