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Apply for the FAFSA starting October 1, 2019 to determine student eligibility for federal and state aid such as grants, work study, and loans:
- Filed Federal Income Tax forms for 2018
- Create FSA ID - Go to www.fsaid.ed.gov
- You will need the following information (about students and parents):
- Dates of Birth
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- Social Security number or Alien Registration number
- Completed FAFSA for 2019-2020 - Go to www.fafsa.gov
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Mansfield ISD has updated information regarding the upcoming graduation ceremonies on the MISD website. Updated information includes: Student facts related to the ceremony, ticket details, and a link to information about the Center for the Performing Arts. Click here to see the district information.
Date: May 28, 2020
Location: MISD Center for the Performing Art
Live Stream: Click here for online streaming
Tickets: Seating at the Center for the Performing Arts for graduation is reserved. Each student will receive 12 tickets which will be grouped together. Campus administrators will conduct a random selection process to distribute tickets to students on May 4, 2020. If you have guests that plan to attend the graduation ceremony with special seating needs, please contact Julie Brown at Frontier High School at 682-314-1669. Special seating requests must be done prior to April 10, 2020. Extra tickets can be requested on May 4th when students pick up their tickets. Campus administrators will do their best to accommodate all extra requests but there is no guarantee. Extra tickets will not be grouped with the original tickets (seats will not be by each other).
More specific information will be coming soon to graduates via class meetings, announcements and email blasts to students and parents.
Date: April 18, 2020
Time: 7:00PM - 10:00PM
Location: River Legacy Science Center, 703 NW Green Oaks Blvd in Arlington
Price: TBD (Price not set yet due to current fundraising to get ticket price as low as possible. Price will be determined no later than Spring Break)
Where to purchase tickets: Once price is set, tickets can be purchased from bookkeeper
Who can attend: All Frontier students can attend prom. If the date or friend that comes with the Frontier student is not a Frontier student, then a form must be completed, turned in and approved for that guest to attend. Forms can be picked up from Ms. Chu.
- We are happy to announce our plans to host the 2020 After-Prom Party at Alley Cats in Arlington, TX. Students will still be allowed to enter the facility beginning at 1:00 am on Sunday April 19th and the event will end at 4:00 am. There will be a secure room where they can store clothes or purses, so if they come straight from prom, they can change and check their items into the secure room and pick it up at the end of the night. There will be unlimited bowling, laser tag, non-ticketed video games, rock-climbing and putt-putt golf. Students will still be able to buy game cards that allow them to play ticketed games for prizes and purchase snacks from the snack bar. We will have the facility all to ourselves from 1:00 am to 4:00 am and looking forward to having a great time!!! Students can pick up Parent Permission Forms during advisory starting Monday February 24, 2020. Also, will be available to download online at https://fhsbbctaptsa.weebly.com/
- We are still needing volunteers/donations for this event. Please contact Tammy Cooper, PTSA President, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Volunteers to help monitor the students during the event from 1am to 4am.
- Gift Cards for Prizes or Monetary Donations – Make checks payable to FHS PTSA
- If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to email email@example.com. Thanks to all who has supported our efforts in making sure our students have a safe environment to attend after their prom.
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- The best source for scholarship information is directly from the colleges.
- Baylor University announces their Carr P. Collins Scholarship Program
- Champion Firm Video/Essay Scholarship
- National Driving and Traffic School's Youth Forward Scholarship Program
- Recovery Village Health Card Scholarship
The best source for scholarship information is directly from the colleges and from the MISD Scholarship Wiki. All scholarship information received by Frontier High are sent through advisory announcements and placed below. The Internet also has free scholarship searches. Below are just a few:
Baylor University announces their Carr P. Collins Scholarship Program. Students who have demonstrated leadership through service, rank in the top 25% of their class and who have received a 1310+ on SAT or 28+ on ACT can access the scholarship at baylor.edu/admissions/CarrPCollins.
The Champion Firm is offering a video/essay scholarship about how students plan to be "champions" in their chosen fields in order to help their communities.
In order to apply, students must submit a video and short essay.
You can view the scholarship here: www.thechampionfirm.com/reports/georgia-future-champions-scholarship
The National Driving and Traffic School is offering the Youth Forward Scholarship Program. The program aims to reward deserving youth $3,000 in annual scholarships. More information on the program can be found at http://www.dmvedu.org/scholarship/
We are offering a $1,000 award to students pursuing a health-related degree program who have been personally affected by addiction. We’d love if you could assist us in spreading the word!
Recovery Village Health Care Scholarship: https://www.therecoveryvillage.com/scholarships/