Frequently Asked Questions:

What is FAFSA? 
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is used by nearly all colleges and universities to determine eligibility for federal, state, and college-sponsored financial aid, including grants, educational loans, and work-study programs.
How do I apply?
1. Make an FSA ID
2. Use the FSA ID to log in and fill out the FAFSA form


FAFSA Application Night: Come get help completing the FAFSA, October 28, 2020 5-8pm

Due to Covid-19 we will be unable to conduct college tours as a school. However, you can still go on your own and visit colleges, you will just need to schedule a campus tour with the specific university.

Are you planning on playing a sport in college?  

YES: You need to register with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the NCAA Eligibility Center

NO: don’t worry about this page, go check out the college tours or scholarship tab!

The NCAA has requirements in order to be eligible to play a sport in college:

  • Complete 16 Credits in the CORE courses (English, Math, Science, Social Studies)
  • Earn at least a 2.3 GPA in the CORE courses
  • Meet an increased sliding-scale standard (for example, an ACT sum (add all subject scores together) score of  52 requires a 3.0 high school core course GPA)
  • Successfully complete 10 of the 16 total required core courses before the start of their seventh semester (before senior year) in high school. Seven of the 10 courses must be successfully completed in English, math and science.
Click HERE to see more info and the sliding scale for GPA and test scores
****NOTE: Not all classes at AFHS are approved to count towards the 16 CORE classes. Click HERE to see a list of classes to see what classes at AFHS are approved.

General Scholarship Search Websites:

College Scholarships (see specific colleges’ scholarships website):

  • GPA + ACT (academic or merit)
  • Major/Department Scholarships
  • Athletic/Leadership
  • Needs-Based, Special Circumstances
  • Diversity/Ethnic Background