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      • The Scholarship Foundation of St. Louis is offering resources for interest free loans & grants and helpful workshops:

        Award Eligibility & How to Apply
        Students eligible for Foundation interest-free loans and grants must demonstrate financial need, strong character, and academic potential. Students must be permanent residents of the Greater Metropolitan St. Louis area, which includes St. Louis City and 14 surrounding counties: St. Louis County, Franklin, Lincoln, Jefferson, St. Charles, and Warren counties in Missouri; in Illinois, Bond, Calhoun, Clinton, Jersey, Macoupin, Madison, Monroe, and St. Clair counties. Applications are now open for 2023-24 and interested students may apply online at Scholarship Central. All applications and supporting materials must be received by 11:59pm on April 17, 2023. For more information and answers to frequently asked questions, please review and share our FAQs with students. For a complete list of our student loans and grant programs, including detailed information about each opportunity, visit the Student Loans and Grants page on our website.

        Advising & Workshops
        The Foundation believes it is essential to ensure students have objective, accurate, and timely information with which to make decisions. Our Student Advising Program assists students and families as they navigate the complex path to a postsecondary education. We regularly offer free workshops focused on college affordability and how to avoid accruing excess debt, with topics including Financial Aid Basics, FAFSA, and Informed Decision-Making. Our workshops are always free, open to the public, and available in-person and online. To view upcoming dates and register for an online workshop, please view our workshop schedule. We also invite you to view and share recordings and workshop materials
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      • University of Dayton: Explore Engineering Day

        The School of Engineering would like to invite high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors and their families to our  program. Prior to registering for this event, please review the lab options and choose your top four. We will do our best to place you in at least two of your top four options.

        Visit our campus and discover engineering design and innovation through hands-on activities led by faculty and graduate students from our engineering departments. University of Dayton representatives from Co-op & Internship Office, Multi-Ethnic Engineers Program, Women Engineering Programs, and the International Engineering Student Engagement as well as University students, faculty, and staff will be available to answer your questions.

        Event Schedule

        Explore Engineering
        Saturday, Feb. 25
        11 a.m. - noon EST: Optional campus tour
        Noon: Registration begins
        1 - 5 p.m.: Explore Engineering program

        Explore Engineering and Extra Exploring 
        (for women, multi-ethnic and international  students)
        Saturday, Feb. 25
        10:30 a.m. EST: Optional campus tour for students attending Extra Exploring
        11:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.: Extra Exploring lunch program
        1 - 5 p.m.: Explore Engineering program

        Space is limited for these events, and registration is required. Please encourage your students to register today to secure their spots! The link to apply is below!

        For more information, contact me at 937-229-5082 or

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      • Do you know a young leader who is passionate about making a positive impact on their community? The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is looking for students in grades eight through 11 interested in supporting disaster preparedness to join the Youth Preparedness Council (YPC).

        Why is it Important for Youth to Apply?

        FEMA created the Youth Preparedness Council in 2012 to bring together young leaders from across the country who are interested in disaster preparedness and community service. The YPC demonstrates FEMA’s commitment to involve America’s youth in preparedness-related activities. It also provides young people an opportunity to present their perspectives, feedback and opinions to FEMA staff.

        During their terms, YPC members can make a difference in their community, gain valuable leadership and emergency management experience, and work with like-minded peers to help strengthen preparedness and resilience across the country.

        What Do YPC Members Do?

        YPC members meet with FEMA staff throughout their term to develop strategies, initiatives and project proposals. YPC members will also participate in the YPC summit held in Washington, DC with FEMA leaders and other preparedness professionals to network and learn more about the field.

        Who Should Join the YPC?

        Students in grades eight through 11 who have a passion for preparedness and helping others, are involved in their community, and have an aptitude for working on teams and as leaders.

        Spread the Word!

        You can spread the word by sharing information about the YPC with parents, educators, schools and organizations, and reaching out to friends and family! Do you know a student who would make a great candidate? Encourage them to apply today!

        How to Apply?

        The online application is open, and closes March 6, 2023, 11:59 p.m. PT. To learn more about the YPC and application requirements, visit and visit to apply.

        FEMA will also host two webinars for potential applicants on Jan. 30, 2023 and Feb. 28, 2023

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      • MARCH 10 / APRIL 21

        The Visit Friday event is a great way for students to ask questions and find out what makes us SEMO! The day includes lunch, an academic fair, admissions & financial aid presentation, and a tour of campus.

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      • The Creative Space is a board we're trying out where students such as yourself get to display any artwork you make! If you're interested in having something put up, please fill out the form below! 


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      • Summer Internship/Job Shadowing for Civil Engineering/Survey Majors
        Summer internships available for civil engineering/surveying majors and offer job shadowing for high school students!  If you know of any students who may be interested, please direct them to our website: and click on the online application link at the bottom of the page!

        Heneghan & Associates 
        Laura Dabbs
        Administrative Technician
        Office: 618.498.6418

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      • The graduation late order website has now been activated.  If any seniors still need to order their cap & gown, announcements, apparel, or add to the original order or make a payment on an existing order, They can go to or call 636 230 7350.

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      • FHS Upcoming College Visits / Job Opportunities 

        Check out the upcoming college visits!  Visits at 8:05 and 9:45 are held in the commons and require students to sign up using:  College Visit Sign Up Form.  Students will then receive an email reminder prior to the visit to use as an “e-pass”.  Visits starting at 10:45 are held in the commons during all lunch periods and DO NOT require sign up. 


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        Sep 23, 2022- Jostens Senior Meeting @ Rickman 9am

        Sep 30, 2022- Jostens Senior orders in Commons 7-12:30

        Dec 8, 2022 - Picture Make-up day for SENIOR ONLY yearbook photos. Taken by Wagner at FHS during the school day.

        May 14, 2023 - Graduation at St. Charles Family Arena @ 3:30pm



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