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Wabash Early College Guidance Department is committed to helping ALL students reach their full potential and be college and career ready. Through counseling services, guidance activities, advocacy efforts, and collaboration with our middle and higher education partners we aim to allow students to explore options for their future, refine those ideas through new learning and experience, and commit to the pathway that meets their needs and aspirations. 


We host a College and Career Fair for all Wabash County schools.  We welcome 4-year colleges, technical schools, trade unions, military branches, etc.  Students are able to visit exhibits, talk to representatives, and take information home with them.


Our students are placed with an advisory teacher their freshman year and remain with this teacher for all 4 years.  This teacher acts as a mentor and helps them complete tasks that will help them become college and career ready.  


We have intentional conversations with students and families during our 4-year Planning Conference with all freshmen, their guardian, their guidance counselor, their advisory teacher, and an administrator to find out the student's career interests and develop a plan that utilizes Wabash Early College High School resources to meet their individual goals.

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Useful Links:

21st Century Scholars

21st Century Scholar activities, resources and qualifications

Practice for the ACT and sign up for the ACT
File your Free Application for Student Aid - Deadline is April 15th

Create a New FSA ID (This is how you and your student sign the FAFSA)

Need help creating an FSA ID?


Learn More Indiana
Activities for students to learn about colleges and careers
Current students can order transcripts for self and to send to colleges for free 


The College Board
Practice for the PSAT and SAT.  Sign up for the SAT & free practice resources



Check The SCHOLARSHIP Page on our website and access college/university financial aid web pages. Check the information weekly so as not to miss deadlines. If you are planning to play Division 1 or 2 NCAA sports, apply to and see your guidance counselor or your coach.

Visit examine profiles to learn admission requirements for Indiana colleges.


         “INvestEd is a free resource for Hoosier students and parents looking for help with college planning and financial aid.  At INvestEd, they help families understand how to fund college wisely to help minimize potential education debt.” 


Start/continue a resume of school activities, community service activities, work experience and internship/externship experiences. You will need this to complete scholarship applications and to give to anyone you ask to write a letter of recommendation. If you do not have many things to list, you still have time to get involved with a group or activity.     investedindiana                    


Websites of Interest: 

Free Scholarship Searches



College Board’s Scholarship Search


Good Call





 College Selection and Preparation Web Sites

Indiana College Costs Estimator


FAFSA on the Web (FAFSA completion website)


Federal Student Aid


The Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid


Indiana Commission for Higher Education

21st Century Scholars

The Internet Guide to 529 & Other College Savings Plans

 College Selection and Preparation Web Sites

Virtual Campus Tours & more

College Board (including SAT Test registration)

ACT (including ACT Test registration)

National Application Center


Learn More Indiana


College Navigator (Find the Right College for You) (free test preparation website)


Go College


The Common Application

Career Exploration Indiana Career Explorer

CareerOneStop (U.S. Dept. of Labor)

Counseling Degree Guide


Bureau of Labor Statistics-Occupational Outlook Handbook (A Better Career Starts Here)


O*Net – Career Exploration & Job Analysis

Minority Websites

Black Excel: College Help Network


Hispanic Scholarship Fund


The Gates Millennium Scholars Program


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