Seniors can apply for financial aid through the (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) FAFSA or the Dream Act Application for AB540 students beginning October 1st of their senior year, For the FAFSA, students and parents need to request a FSA ID in advance, which is required to sign the online form electronically. Please click below to begin the FAFSA process:
FSA ID (Must obtain an account here first before completing the FAFSA: https://fsaid.ed.gov/npas/index.htm
The FAFSA on the web worksheet allows you to fill out all of the information ahead of time so you can
be prepared once you're ready to fill it out online and submit it.
to download the form in English.
to download the form in Spanish.
Are you an Undocumented student?
The California Dream Act is the name given to Assembly Bills 130 & 131, which allow some undocumented students to apply for and receive state-based financial aid and institutional scholarships.
Step-by-step instructions for financial aid applications.
Unsure of which application to fill out? FAFSA or CADAA? Click here for details
Do you want Free money for college, but don't know where to start? Are you interested in applying for scholarships, but have no idea where to look?
You are in luck! The SPHS Counseling Department has complied a list of scholarships to make it easy to find the right scholarship for you! Click the link below to access our scholarship information:
Financial Aid Comparison Tool
Did you get a few financial aid offers from different campuses, and aren't sure which offer is better for you? Use the Financial Aid Comparison Tool (download below) to help you make a decision.