If you're not sure what you want to be yet, try visiting the Occupational Outlook Handbook Online:

You can also take a career in Career Cruising of in Fact on File's Career database to see what you might like. See the librarian for login information.

http://www.yourgocenter.com: Find information about applying for college, getting financial aid and more.
The Go Center is located by the magazines in the library. Come by and get answers to all of your college and financial aid questions.

Sign up for the SAT

College Board's College Advising Handbook

Sign up for the ACT

This website, created by the U.S. Department of Education, has a wealth of information about financing your education. There's also a college search engine.

The Adventures in Education website helps you pick a major, plan for college, and find sources of funding.

Find information about careers, college, and the military

Lots of great information about how to get into college and pay for it

This site from the College Board allows you to put in all types of details such as major, financial aid, cost, sports, etc. to help locate colleges that meet your expectations.

Log in with the Facts on File username and password (available in the library), and click on Ferguson's Career Guidance Center to find college and career information.

AISD's Scholarship Website

Martin H.S. Counselors' College Information Website

Martin H.S. Counselors' Financial Aid Bulletins

Apply to many Texas colleges and universities by filling out one application.

All those looking for financial aid should start here since is this is the main government website to access grants (which don't have to be paid back) and loans (which do have to be paid back).

"...a free financial aid calculator that gives you an early estimate of your eligibility for federal student aid. This information helps families plan ahead for college."

Fill out a profile and this website sends scholarship alerts to your inbox. Also contains good articles on financial aid, jobs, college life, and more.
Mainly explains the ins and outs of loans, including the different types and calculators so you can see how much you'll end up paying when it's all said and done (meaning you pay the initial loan back plus interest).

Fill out their questionnaire and be matched to one or more of 2300 sources of aid including grants, loans, scholarships, and internships. Tap into "nearly 3 billion in available aid".

Search for scholarships by type, major, or state. Also contains a section on sports scholarships.

Contains information about various scholarships as well as about different schools and test prep material for the SAT and ACT.

Pinterest College Prep Page: Great infographics about everything from financial aide to college visit plans

Go to the counseling office or visit the Go Center (now located in the library) for more information on careers, colleges, and financial aid.