The Northview High School Counseling department is committed to preparing all student for life’s next step through comprehensive academic, personal, and post-secondary guidance in collaboration with staff, parents, and community.
Northview Curriculum Guide 2020-2021
Registration letter and form Jan. 2020
(FRONT PAGE, general info,PAGE 2 graduation requirements, PAGE 3 grading, class rank, emp., grade level, e2020, Parentvue,PAGE 4 guid. services, sched. change, test out, etc.-1, PAGE 5 testing, MME, Dual enroll, EDP, homebound, PAGE 6 NCAA, NAIA, PAGE 7 Career Devolpment Model, PAGES 8-24 course descriptions (final), PAGE 25 SPECIAL EDUCATION, MISC. ELECTIVES, LAST PAGE athletics, clubs, etc)
Student last names beginning with
A, B, G, H, I, J, W, X, Y, Z.
Financial Aid staff from Grand Rapids Community College will be here to assist parents and students in completing the FAFSA. The date and time for this great opportunity is Thu., Nov. 16th from 6:00-8:00pm in the High School room #’s 1203/1204. A brief overview of the process followed by individual assistance will be offered. You will want to bring the following with you:
2016 IRS Federal Tax Return
2016 W-2 Forms
Social Security Cards (or other resident documentation)
Current bank account balances
Current business/investment mortgage information, business and farm records, stocks, bonds and other investment records.
They also encourage you (and your student) to apply for your FAFSA ID and password ahead of time. You will receive assistance on this as well if needed. The following YouTube video demonstrating this is also helpful. Chromebooks will be available (sign-in using student NVPS account) or your own personal device can be used.
After school tutorial assistance is available Monday-Thursday in Media Center Lab at the high school. Below is the CATS schedule:
Monday – English (2:45-3:45 PM)
Tuesday – Social Studies (6:30-7:30 AM)
Tuesday – Math (2:45-3:45 PM)
Wednesday – Science (2:45-3:45 PM)
Thursday – Math (2:45-3:45 PM)
Watch out for the following claims companies will make in an effort to misinform you:
“For a fee, we provide a comprehensive list of scholarships.” Don’t spend money on a fee-based matching service. The biggest and best scholarship databases are available for free on the Web.
“Billions of dollars of award monies going unclaimed.” Statements about funds going unclaimed are simply untrue. If funds are available, students will compete for them.
“We have a money back guarantee.” Legitimate scholarships are always competitive. No one can guarantee that you will win a scholarship.
“We need your credit card or bank account number.” No legitimate scholarship should require your credit card number or bank account numbers.
“We will do all the work.” To receive a scholarship, students must complete the applications and essays themselves. No one else can do the work for them.
*Note to families filing the FREE Federal Financial Aide Form (FAFSA):
The official website is www.fafsa.gov. Please use the “.gov” website (it is linked in Naviance/Family Connection account). Other websites are for profit and charge a fee.