Students with last names beginning with A – La are assigned to Kandi Martin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Students with last names beginning with Lb – Z are assigned to Laura Mallett
All boarding students are assigned to Karen Smith (email@example.com)
Students may seek assistance from Jennifer Dunton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Current students may request a transcript by completing a Transcript Request Form. Completed forms must be returned to the student’s assigned counselor.
Students must complete a Student Data Sheet in order to request a letter of recommendation from a counselor.
Students must complete 36 hours of community service to fulfill the community service graduation requirement. Fill out a Community Service Form to submit hours.
2015-2019 College Acceptances:
Students from the Classes of 2012-2016 received acceptance letters from 77 schools ranked in the top 100 of the U.S. News and World Report’s rankings, including Northwestern University, Cornell University, Smith College, Georgetown University, Bucknell University, Emory University, University of California at Berkeley, MIT, USC, UCLA, University of Virginia, UNC – Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, Bates College, Bowdoin College, Colby College, Boston College, and Boston University. Click here for a full list.
Visit the NCAA Eligibility Center for Prospective Athletes to learn about eligibility requirements for Division I and II athletes. (Division III athletes don’t need to go through the NCAA Clearinghouse.)
Visit www.collegeboard.org, click on “Students”, and create a free account. Make sure you remember the username and password you create because you will be using this same account throughout your high school career to do college searches, register for the SAT, and even send your SAT test scores to colleges. Having more than one College Board account is problematic!!!
College Entrance Exams:
Many colleges and universities require standardized test scores as part of the application process. Click here for more information about the SAT, SAT Subject Tests, ACT, and TOEFL (an internet-based test for English proficiency that international students must take in order to demonstrate English proficiency to the colleges/universities to which they are applying), and click here to learn about upcoming dates and registration deadlines for the SAT, ACT, and TOEFL.
You may access test prep for the PSAT, ACT, SAT, SAT Subject Tests, and ASVAB through the Testing Center portal in the Foxcroft Academy library database. Type in “ponies” for the password, click on “College Prep Tools”, and select the test you’d like to prepare for. For the Military ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Batter), click on “Career Tools” and select Military ASVAB. You may also access test prep for the SAT through Naviance. Login with firstname.lastname as your username and your Student ID number as your password. Click on “Prepme” for SAT test prep.
The Common Application is used by 500 colleges and universities across the United States. You can complete one Common Application and submit it to up to 20 schools. Please speak with your guidance counselor about supplements and teacher recommendations.
College Fairs and College/University/Military Visits to FA:
Visits have concluded for the school year. More visits will be posted soon. Be sure to be on the look out.
Complete an extensive profile at either www.scholarships.com or www.fastweb.com and scholarship information will be emailed to you on a regular basis! (There is no need to complete profiles on both–just choose one.) Please continue to visit this page for regular updates about scholarships!
Early College for ME:
Foxcroft Academy participates in a program called Early College for ME. Early College for ME is a transition program for students who are undecided about college yet have the potential to be successful as a college student. As program participants, students will meet with the Director of Early College for ME throughout the school year to discuss college life, high school preparation for college, and the application process. Selected students have an opportunity to take up to two community college courses in their senior year of high school. There is also an opportunity for two students to receive up to $1000 scholarship a year for two years at a Maine community college.
Upward Bound is a program based out of the University of Maine. The Upward Bound program provides academic support to FA students during the school year and an intense six-week educational experience during the summer. Some of the services provided by this program include, but are not limited to, fee waivers on major exams like the SAT, free tutoring during high school, assistance in the college applications process, and information on postsecondary educational opportunities. Students interested in this program will need to complete the application and interview process. Visit the Counseling Services office for more information.
Explore careers and access interest and personality inventories through Naviance. Login with firstname.lastname as your username and your Student ID number as your password. Click on “About Me” to take interest and personality inventories and “Careers” to explore occupations.