In October of a student's senior year, the FAFSA application opens for student's and their families. This is the application that you will file to potentially receive a federal financial aid award offer. These resources will assist you and your family in completing the FAFSA.

    Please see Mrs. Malfara in room 276 to sign up for 1:1 FAFSA Tuesday Session!

    * In order to complete the FAFSA, you must have the following items with you for the meeting:

    • Social Security numbers for the parents and students (students with SSNs whose parents are non-citizens can still apply)
    • Student's alien registration/permanent resident card number (if the student is not a U.S. citizen)
    • Birthdates for the parents and student
    • Income statements (W-2s, 1099s, etc.) or information to help estimate earnings
    • Federal income tax return (IRS Form 1040, 1040A, or 1040EZ) for the parents and student (if the parents and/or student are tax filers)
    • Information on any untaxed income (i.e. child support, payments to tax-deffered plans, workers' compensation, disability, etc.)
    • Checking and savings account balances for the parents and student
    • Other asset information including net worth of stocks, bonds, CDs, secondary homes or rental/investment properties, and other investments
    • Other investments include: trust funds, money market funds, Florida pre-paid, mutual funds, stock options, other securities, commodoties, 529 college savings plans, the refund value of 529 prepaid tuition plans, etc.
    • A list of colleges the student is applying to - up to 10 can be listed on the FAFSA at one time (more can be added after the initial application is processed)