College Planning by Grade

12th Grade Checklist                  11th Grade Checklist 

10th Grade Checklist                  9th Grade Checklist


    1.  You AND your parents need to go online and get your FSA ID (Your login for FAFSA).  It only take 5 minutes, and is necessary to fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid):

    Goto: and follow the simple instructions.

  1. Video on how to fill out the form:

    1.  Continue exploring colleges and begin filling out college applications.  A great place to explore:
    1. Attend Upcoming Events:

    *Back to School Night – September 27 – 4:30-6:30 pm- Assistance with FSA ID in the College & Career Center

    *Senior Meetings  – September 22-October 4 – Individual Senior Appointments (Bring your questions!)

    *Parent and Student FAFSA Workshop Night- October 8 – 6:30-8 pm- DDHS – North Computer Lab

    *College & Trade Fair – October 24 – 1:30-3:30 – DDHS North Cafeteria

  2. ***If you are attending a Community College and have a 2.5 GPA and above, you may qualify for theOregon Promise (what we keep hearing as “free community college”…although there are limits and stipulations.).

Scholarships – apply now!  There is a long list available on the College and Career Center website:

The Scholarship Search– A helpful Powerpoint Presentation on scholarships!

The OSAC Scholarship Application will open in November:  Oregon students may explore over 500 privately-funded scholarships and apply for up to 40 with one application, Students must apply online at and submit a completed OSAC scholarship application and all other required materials by March 1 at 5:00 p.m. Students who submit their applications by February 15 at 5:00 pm may be entered in a drawing to win a $1,000 OSAC Early Bird scholarship.


End of the year reminders – DDHS Junior Video

2019-20 Standardized Tests at DDHS

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