• Alert:

    Extended eLearning days include the following dates: April 7th-April 9th, April 14th-April 16th, April 21st-April 23rd, April 28th-April 30th, May 5th-May 7th, and May 12th-May 14th. Mondays and Fridays during these weeks will be teacher preparation days and will be non-academic for students. 

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College Information


Thinking about college can be both overwhelming yet exciting at the same time. Knowing some basic information before going on college visits can help you ask the right questions once there.  Therefore, students are encouraged to find out as much as possible about college and to visit college campuses during their junior and senior years. Below are links that will help with the process.


College Search Information:

Indiana Colleges

Union Apprenticeships

 21st Century Scholars

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)



College Planning and Resources:

Learn More Indiana

College Cost Estimator

My Majors



College Athletes:


NCAA Eligibility Center






Academic Requirements:

Division I

Division II



Scholarship Information:

Local Scholarships

Dubois County Community Scholarship information

Dubois County Community Scholarship Guide

Dubois County Common Scholarship Application Form

Lilly Endowment Community Endowment Scholarship Program


Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship:

The Indiana Commission for Higher Education is accepting applications for the fourth cohort of the Next Generation Hoosier Educators Scholarship. The scholarship provides 200 students up to $7,500 per year (renewable up to four years) in exchange for agreeing to teach in Indiana for five consecutive years. Students interested in applying must:  

  • Be in the top 20 percent of their class, or have a top 20 percent  ACT/SAT score

  • Have teacher, counselor, or administrator complete a nomination form

  • Submit a completed application and nomination form