STUDENT LIFE

ACADEMICS

2019-2020 School Profile (Coming Soon)

2019-2020 OFS Curriculum Guide (Coming Soon)

2019-2020 Daily Schedule: 1st Quarter (Coming Soon)

COLLEGE RESOURCES

The College Board – Students register for the SAT, access their scores, and send their scores to colleges through the College Board. The web site has extensive test preparation material. It also has a detailed, personalized college search system called Big Future and various articles and suggestions about the college process.

Colleges that Change Lives – Colleges that Change Lives is an association of 40 small liberal arts schools that support a student-centered college search process. CTCL member schools are often good matches for Olney Friends School graduates.

CollegeView & Embark – College View and Embark both have college planning tools such as search engines, timelines, information about financial aid, campus life, and comparison charts.

Peterson’s – Peterson’s has test preparation and college planning materials as well as search engines for all kinds of schools: colleges, graduate schools, independent schools, MBA and nursing schools, culinary school, summer camps, etc.

Women’s Colleges – The Women’s College Coalition is an association of women’s colleges and universities in the United States and Canada whose primary mission is the education and advancement of women. This website offers information about the benefits of a single-sex education as well as information about specific schools.

Co-op Colleges – Students at co-op (cooperative) colleges and universities work in companies and fields related to their academic or career goals in tandem with their relevant classroom studies. This website gives information about co-op schools and scholarships.

Students with Learning Differences – This web site gives support to students with learning differences as they consider their college options and transition to college.

First-Generation College StudentsThis web site gives support to students who are the first in their family to pursue or attend college.