Family Newsletters

Monthly family newsletter templates with college readiness and financial aid information for grades 7 through 12. Just add your school logo, events and contact information to customize for your school! Share with families:

  • Mail home.
  • Hand out copies at workshops, school or sporting events.
  • Email copies home.
  • Post online.
 
New! Translated Versions: 
                                                                                                                                       Topics by Grade & Month (Click a Topic to Download): 
 

Sept.

Oct.

Nov.

Dec.

Jan.

Feb.

Mar.

Apr.

May

Summer

7

Welcome To Middle School

College Bound Scholarship

Keeping Your Options Open

Grit & Attitude

The Cost of College

Friends
Matter

Preparing
for High School

Extracurricular Activities

Career Exploration

Summer Camps

8

Benefits of College

Create a High School and Beyond Plan

Study Skills and Homework Help

Understanding College Costs

Mentoring

Growth Mindset

Right
Classes for High School

Staying on Track

Careers & Majors

9th Grade Transition

9

Why go to College

9th Grade Matters

Campus Visits

Grades Matter

Financial Aid Basics

Attendance Matters

What it Takes to Graduate from High School

Extracurricular Activities Matter

Majors 101

Summer Slide

10

Dual Credit

Study Habits and Test Prep

College & Career Pathways

Career Exploration

Paying for College

College Applications: Essays & Interviews

Getting Back
on Track

Visiting a College

Self-Doubt & Confidence

Summer Jobs

11

Entrance Exams

College Admission Requirements

College "Fit"

High School and Beyond Plan & Resumes

How to Apply for Financial Aid

Scholarships

Test Preparation

Campus Visits

Narrowing Down College Options

What to do Over Summer

12

Senior Year: Get Organized

Senior Year: Get Organized

Resources & Support Services in College

Resources & Support Services in College

Searching for Scholarships

Searching for Scholarships

What Happens After You Complete
the FAFSA

Making a Decision

Next Steps

Transition to College

First-Year

A Family Guide: Supporting Your Child After High School

Make Your College Plans a Reality