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  • Indiana Youth Tour 2019 Washington D.C.  for current Juniors
    Experience first hand how our government functions
    Learn about the complexities of today's electric utility industry
    Discover the unique characteristics of cooperative business enterprise
    Meet and work with hundreds of their peers from throughout the United States
    Travel 6/13-20/19     Expenses covered except to and from Indianapolis (from there you travel to D.C.)
    for more information and eligibility, please see the guidance office or contact Colin Mahoney at 1-800-882-5140

    Students grades 9-12. There are opportunities at Duke Universtiy for the Summer of 2019.  
    Check out the one to four week experiences by visiting their site!

    CONGRATULATIONS TO ALY LASLEY WHO WAS NAMED THE 2018 WENDY'S HIGH SCHOOL HEISMAN SCHOOL WINNER
    FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS IN ACADEMICS, ATHLETICS, AND COMMUNITY SERVICE! 
    IF YOU ARE A JUNIOR BE SURE TO APPLY NEXT YEAR!

    Tutoring opportunity!!!
    Tuesdays and Thursdays, after school until 4:30 p.m. at New Life Church across from the 4-H fairgrounds! Students with a note from parent/guardian can ride bus 52 to NL.   Also, if you are interested in being a tutor please let Mrs. Engelbrecht know!

    Rose Hulman offers tutoring as well. Visit https://askrose.org/

    TOYOTA MOTOR MANUFACTURING, INDIANA, INC. (TMMI)

    Engineering Development Program*  FOR GRADUATING HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS ONLY

    This Engineering Development Program is designed to introduce and develop skills through practical hands-on training that will teach many aspects of our plant operations. In addition, participants will be exposed to multiple disciplines by performing various jobs in a highly productive environment.
    Requirements:
    • Must be a graduating high school senior (2019)
    • Start college for the first time in the fall of 2019
    • Must be enrolled full-time in an accredited bachelor’s degree program studying engineering
    • Must be in good academic standing with a minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale
    • Must be able to work full time June-August 2019
    • Two summer commitment to the program
    • Must be 18 years of age by or before 6/3/2019 – due to age requirement to work on the production floor
    • Permanent local residence must be within 50 miles of TMMI (Princeton, IN)
    Preferred: Pursuit of ME, EE, MET, EET degree,  Extracurricular activities w/ leadership roles,  Some work experience and/or volunteer experience
     Starting pay - $16.85 per hour   DEADLINE TO APPLY – 01/13/2019  
    Questions contact Elexica McAlister at: elexica.mcalister@toyota.com  
    How to apply:
    Go to Toyota.com/jobs
    Click “Apply Now”

    Explore Engineering at Dayton University, Ohio
    Saturday November 10.
    Visit here for more information.


    Need to meet with your Guidance Counselor?  Schedule a visit today by emailing:
    cengelbrecht@ngsc.k12.in.us  or  apeterson@ngsc.k12.in.us  
    We can best serve you if we know when to expect
    you!


    McDonald's is supporting working college students!  Students working part-time at McDonald's can get up to $2500 a year towards college tuition. You may inquire more about this by emailing Mrs. Engelbrecht or contacting McDonald's.

    Ivy Tech is Partnering with Local Industry to Train Individuals for High-Wage, High-Demand Careers
    Due to an immediate industry need, High School graduates have a new opportunity starting this summer, to begin training to earn a Process Operations Technology technical certificate in one year at Ivy Tech Community College Evansville Campus.
    The technical certificate will provide graduates with the skills necessary to earn positions at a number of industries in Southwest Indiana, including SABIC, Valero, and Mead Johnson. These high-wage, high-demand jobs often start at $18 to $30 per hour.
    If you are interested please see your College Connection Coach Helen Peck for additional details.

    Juniors and Seniors!  
    Earn an on-line Health Services Certificate though U of E!

    You can be a step ahead with U of E's on-line courses in the following majors:

    • Athletic Training
    • Clinical Laboratory Science
    • Exercise and Sport Science
    • Nursing
    • Public Health


    FREE ON-LINE TUTORING AND MENTORING FOR STUDENTS GRADES 6-12 PROVIDED BY INDIANA UNIVERSITY

    ENROLL ON-LINE AT go.iu.edu/inkids

    Students have been accepted to VU can now register for the fall. Visit https://my.vinu.edu/start-vu  for more information.

    DOLLARS FOR SCHOLARS
     ACCOUNTS, USE ANY EMAIL ADDRESS BUT YOUR SCHOOL EMAIL ADDRESS. SCHOLARSHIP AMERICA WILL NOT BE SUCCESSFUL SENDING YOU INFORMATION AND YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ACCESS YOUR ACCOUNT EITHER AFTER YOU GRADUATE TO RECIEVE AWARDS.

    VUTEQ JOB OPPORTUNITIES FOR SENIORS:  CURRENTLY HIRING FOR NIGHT SHIFT.  Students/applicants may apply online www.vutequsa.com 

    Congratulations to these Juniors for being selected as Rising Stars of Inidana Class of 2019!
    Emma Ault, Tatum Hawkins, Alysa Lasley, Noah Meyer.  
    They will receive a Certificate of Achievement. College and University sponsors will receive a list of the students who indicated an interest in their school, along with the possible fields of study noted on their submission form.  For a full list of the Rising Stars of Indiana go to http://www.iasp.org/pdf/RisingStarsOfIndianaClassOf2019.pdf or find the link at http://www.iasp.org/dsp/allstars/   
    This program is presented by the Inidana Association of School Principals.  

    Are you a senior interested in Engineering?
    Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indidan, Inc. has and Engineering Development Program for you!
    For more information visit this site: TMMI (click just above)
    Minimum GPA 3.0, willing to start work July 2019, and be 18 by 6/4/19 
    Juniors ...BUSINESS BRAINS THINKING AHEAD.......................

    Kelley School of Business has a great summer opportunity you may want to consider.
    Check this site out for more information:  https://kelley.iu.edu/programs/undergrad/pre-college/meet-kelley/index.cshtml

    Need your transcript sent!

    Visit www.parchment.com

    E-mail addresses
    Parents, please remember to contact the Guidance Office if your email address changes so you can stay up-to-date about report cards, mid-terms, and other notices!

    Want to pursue a career in public service?!
    Check out this site for education and leadership opportunities.
    For more information, you may email cgruver@inbf.org

    61,000 Open Jobs in Indiana
    By 2017 "Build Your Future Indiana" claims there will be 61,000 jobs open in commercial construction. To learn more about the commercial construction industry and what education is needed for future jobs, visit http://indiana.byf.org

    Males 18 and older
    Remember to register for the selective service.
    https://www.sss.gov/Home/Verification
    You can from your mobile device by online @sss.gov.


  • ISTEP+ Re-take testing begins November 26. 
    Make sure to get plenty of rest, eat breakfast, relax and just do your best!
    Listen and watch for the periods and room you are to test in for each day.

    First time ISTEP+ Testing for Algebra and English 10 will begin in February.

    SAT Dates:
    5/4/2019 at Princeton Community High School
    Other dates at other locations: Dec 1, Mar 9, 2019, May 4, 2019, June 1, 2019
    ACT Dates: 
    4/13/2019 at Princeton Community High School
    Other dates at other locations: Dec 8, Feb 9, 2019, Jun 8, 2019, Jul 13, 2019
    *****************When you register for the SAT or ACT, be sure to have your scores sent to Princeton Community High School for your scores to be applied to your transcript.****************

    SAT PRACTICE FOR FREE!

    VISIT THIS SITE TO BEGIN NOW!
    College Board and Khan Academy SAT Practice

    Stay up to date on dates and locations of SAT tests here:
    https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/register/dates-deadlines


    Compare SAT/ACT here
    To register for the ACT visit actstudent.org

    To register for the SAT visit collegeboard.org


  • CSS Profile is another form to complete for college money.
    What is the CSS Profile?
    The CSS Profile is a financial aid form created by The College Board, the same organization that administers the SAT and other tests. 
    Close to 400 colleges use the form.   
    “The schools that ask for both forms will typically use the FAFSA calculations in determining any federal aid they offer to a student, but use the CSS Profile information in determining their own institutional resources,” said said Steven Sirot, co-founder of College Benefits Research Group (CBRG) in Roseland.
    According to Get Schooled, 24% of parents think their students will qualify for financial aid. HOWEVER, 85% actually qualify!
    Get the APP and make completing the FAFSA even easier.
    This information is from the following site: https://www.nj.com/business/index.ssf/2018/10/unlock_more_college_financial_aid_by_completing_th.html

    Just in case you were intrested.  Found on the IVY Tech website a comparison of tuition prices. You can find it here.
    Remember to complete your FAFSA.  You should then receive a financial report from colleges you list on your FAFSA. That report will help you make your decision financially on a college.


    InVested Indiana provides expert information on the FAFSA and financing college.
    FOR HELP VISIT THE INVESTED WEBSITE OR CONTACT THEM! 

    Another resource for financial aid information and scholarships is Discover's College Covered at https://www.collegecovered.com/


    Secure your college credit. Don't go into debt. Visit these sites for more information:
    http://www.thesimpledollar.com/guide-to-securing-your-college-students-credit-future/
    http://www.thesimpledollar.com/guide-to-securing-your-childs-credit-future/

    FAFSA Application Create Your ID!
    Please visit InVested for help with starting the FAFSA  https://www.investedindiana.org/ 

    21st Century Scholars
    *If you are not sure if you are a 21st Century Scholar, please email your guidance counselor and/or go to the site below.
    ***As a 21st Century Scholar, you need to complete the on-line affirmation form at:

    https://studentaid.ssaci.in.gov/ScholarEnrollment/Affirmation/UI/PreAppQuestion.aspx.
  • Transcript Requests
    Need your transcript sent? If you would like your transcript sent to any college or institution, please register at http://www.parchment.com. All transcripts sent from the Guidance Counseling office are sent via parchment. All requests need to be made by registering and ordering your transcript to be sent at www.parchment.com.

    Find the best college match for you at this site https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search
    Your search considers your SAT test scores, type of college you prefer, location, campus and housing, majors, sports and activities, academics, financial support, diversity.  

    Want to study Aviation? Want to fly privately or work toward your commercial license?
    Check out Lift Academy here!

    Interested in attending college in Grand Rapids, Michigan?
    Check out Davenport University
    Some areas of study include: Urban Education, Health Sciences, Business, and Technology
    Check out more by visiting their site!

    Make the college application process easier by completing one application for multiple colleges with The Common Application.  commonapp.org/ready explains the process.

    Need some quick links to colleges? Just click on the name to take you there!
    Oakland City University
    University of Evansville

    University of Southern Indiana
    Indiana University
    IVY Tech
    Purdue University
    Western Kentucky University
    Hanover College
    Vincennes University
    Wabash Valley College

    Like Indiana University, but think it might be too big? Check out Collins Living + Learning Center: A Small College Experience Within Indiana University. Click here to learn about it!

    Duke University Summer Opportunities:
    Duke Summer Session for High School Students
    Summer College
    Summer Academy
    Accelerated STEM Academy
    Check them all out!

    Check out this site for scholarships and college planning: COLLEGE COVERED BY DISCOVER!

    IUPUI New Announcements!:
    US News & World Report recently released their 2019 Best Colleges rankings. Once again, IUPUI was named a top-tier national university. Registration is now available for our three upcoming fall open houses.

    IUPUI's tenth Regatta takes place this Saturday (September 22) on the canal downtown. Regatta is free and open to the public, and is family friendly. You can learn more at regatta.iupui.edu.  Then Sunday there is free admission to the Children's Museum

    Independent Colleges of Indiana (ICI) has a lot of great options and ways to help you find that perfect fit. Check them out here!

    NOVEMBER 1 IS PRIORITY DEADLINE FOR MOST BIG 10 COLLEGES LIKE PURDUE AND INDIANA UNIVERSITY!  CHECK OUT ALL OF THEM HERE!

    Southeast Missouri Show Me Days
    Oct 6, Nov 10, 12, Feb 16, 18, and March 23
    Visit semo.edu/visit for more information



    BALFOUR Scholars Program at IU
    For Juniors who are African American, Natice American, or Latinx, enjoy a free summer program focusing on cultural identity, college and career readiness. Experience life on IU's campus. Learn more at education.indiana.edu/balfour


    For dual credits offered at PCHS through USI, visit https://www.usi.edu/outreach/cap/partner-schools/capprinceton/


    Intereseted in Deisel Mechanics? See this quick preview for the Wabash Valley program:
     https://www.facebook.com/wvcdiesel/videos/1779907275373639/

    Want to get ahead in college credits in Health Sciences?
    Check out U of E for a certificate in Health Sciences at this site.
    Courese are on-line for $125/cr hour.

    Wabash College has need-based scholarships in addition to merit-based scholarships.
    Atthending Wabsh is possible for young men.
    For more information visit wabash.edu/promise

    IVY Tech ASAP One-year Accelerated Associate Degree
    Earn a two-year degree in 11 months
    $8,300 tuition for 2 years. Must have C40 diploma minimum
    ivytech.edu/ASAP

    Want a college that is small, focused on excellence, leadership, research, and international study?
    Check out University of Illinois, Springfield
    http://www.uis.edu/caphonors/


    Ever thought about Co-op as a collge option?
    Get work expereince while going to college. For more information see the Guidance Counseling Office or visit:
    www.waceinc.org

    Apply to multiple colleges at one time with the Common Application
    at http://www.commonapp.org/
    Indiana colleges that use Common App are: Anderson, Butler, Depauw, Earlham, Franklin, Goshen, Hanover, IU, Manchester, PU, PU Ft. Wayne, Rose-Hulman, St. Mary's, St. Mary of the Woods, Tine, U of E, U of I, Wabash, Notre Dame, U of St. Fancis of Ft. Wayne, Valparaiso

    Do your dual credits transfer? Go to http://www.transferin.net to find out!

    IVY Tech 3 Semester Credential
    CompTIA A+ certificate program gives students who may not have the financial means to, the opportunity to earn a credential in a high-paying career in the IT industry, earning $15-$18 per hour.   

    When a student enters the CompTIA A+ program, they have the ability to learn best practices in troubleshooting, networking and security across a variety of devices to set the stage for IT careers. This certificate program is completely free to the student, and even provides wraparound services for those who may have obstacles such as transportation standing in their way of achieving a workforce credential.   


    VU Engineering students transfer to Purdue University
    Beginning with the fall 2017 semester, engineering students at VU who are pursuing their associate degree can take part in a direct admissions program to obtain their bachelor’s degree at Purdue.
    Initially, the direct admissions agreement will apply to first-time, full-time students enrolling at VU. The students must meet specified criteria to transfer to Purdue. The plan works toward maximizing education and degree completion opportunities for students.

    “The direct admissions agreement adds an important dimension to the existing partnership between Purdue and Vincennes,” said Leah Jamieson, Purdue’s John A. Edwardson Dean of Engineering. “Most importantly, it represents the commitment of both institutions to continuing to grow the higher education opportunities in the state of Indiana.”
    VU Provost Laurel Smith said: “We are excited to build on the longstanding 2 + 2 articulation agreement for engineering that Purdue and Vincennes have maintained for many years. With the direct admission pathways, qualified students will benefit from excellent instruction at a reduced cost in order to enter engineering professions with significant opportunities in our state and beyond.
    VU students will be expected to complete their associate degree work to be eligible for direct admissions to Purdue. Students can transfer before obtaining their degree only with permission from both universities.

    Direct admission prerequisites such as grade point average and required courses differ among the 15 engineering programs in which students at Purdue can major. Students must adhere to the guidelines to be eligible for direct admissions.
    The agreement follows the history of student success in pursuing their education from VU to Purdue.
    This information has been provided by the Assistant Director of VU Admimssions.

    APPLICATION FEES WAIVED!
    To see what colleges are waiving fees during College Go Week visit:
    http://www.learnmoreindiana.org/educators/k-12-counselors-and-teachers/classroom-materials/college-application-fees-and-waivers/

    Visit the University of Evansville
    Click here to apply


    OnlineCollege.net University and College Guide
    The following sites provide information pertaining to online college classes, financing, and scholarships:
    http://www.onlinecolleges.net/indiana/
    http://www.onlinecolleges.net/indiana/#scholarships


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    CHECK THIS SITE OUT OFTEN! SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES ARE ROLLING IN!
    Scholarships listed are first examined to make sure they are legitimate and a good match for PCHS students especially. However, don't limit your scholarship search to this site. Also, be sure you are looking on secure sites. Visit here for some helpful tips so not to waste your time.

    PRINCETON AREA DOLLARS FOR SCHOLARS
    Don't wait! Students can begin their working profile anytime! Students are most likely to get a scholarship with applications completed to their entirety. Don't know what your are going to college for or not sure if you will be going to college, complete a DFS application anyway. You never know what is in your near future. Apply today at http://scholarshipamerica.org. Be sure you enter Princeton Community High School as your current school. Best wishes!  Click here for the Princeton Area Dollars for Scholars website!

    Gibson County Community Foundation offers multiple scholarships!
    Check out 
    http://www.communityfoundationalliance.org  Apply today! Go to Scholarship seekers, then Opportunities to apply.

    All seniors need to create a ScholarTrack account to have access to Commission for Higher Education scholarships regardless of 21st Century Scholar eligibility. 
    You will need to know your social security number.
    Click here to apply.
     
    WIN ENERGY REMC Scholarship
    Qualifications: applicants or guardians/parents WIN Energy REMC members; graduate in 2019 with "C" average GPA or higher; enroll as full time college student in Fall 2019; no family members or extended family members are employees.
    DEADLINE: 2/15/2019
    Application available at www.winenergyremc.com or visit the guidance office.


    Indiana ADA and Title VI Coordinator Scholarship
    $500 to a student with at least a 3.0 GPA, 1030 or higher on SAT, 21 or higher on ACT, planning to attend an Indiana college or university to study in an area that is associated with special needs or disability.  Please see the guidance office for the application and complete details.  Deadline is 3/1/19.

    Calling all students interested in Ag!  See America's Farmer's site has a wealth of information and
    check out this site for Agriculture Scholarships! You don't have to be a FFA member.

    INDIANA DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION SCHOLARSHIP
    $500 SCHOLARSHIP TO STUDENT WITH US CITIZENSHIP AND PLANS TO ATTAIN HIGHER EDUCATION IN INDIANA. SEE GUIDANCE FOR AN APPLICATION! DEADLINE: POSTMARKED BY 3/1/19.
    NATIONAL SOCIETY DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION OFFERS OVER 20 DIFFERENT SCHOLARSHIPS
    SEE GUIDANCE FOR A COMPLETE LIST AND APPLICATION SITES OR VISIT THE NSDAR WEBSITE.

    Kyle L. Parker Memorial Scholarship
    Qualifications: graduate in May 2019, attend college in the fall, reside in Gibson, Vanderburgh, Warrick, Posey, or Henderson County, and have a deceased parent.  Please email guidance for the application.  Deadline 4/8/19.

    2019 Hammett, Bellin & Oswald Law & Justice Scholarship.
    Please see this site for more information.
    Qualifications: proof of college/university enrollment for 2019-2020 and a 3.0 GPA minimum.
    Deadline for applying: 5/31/19

    My College Options
    is a free program freshmen have signed up for the past few years.  It is a way to find matching colleges AND scholarships. Check it out here!

    Students with Disabilities
    Wells Fargo offers a scholarship through Dollars for Scholars/Scholarship America
    Minimum GPA 3.0, Registration deadline is 12/6/18.
    Click here for more information.

    IdentiMap
    has 10 $1000 scholarships available.  It is available to juniors and seniors.  A 200-205 word essay is required.
    More information is available on their site.

    Zip Recruiter is offering a $3,000 scholarship. Check out details here: https://www.ziprecruiter.com/scholarship
    Zip Recruiter also is helpful finding jobs. Check it out!

    Right to Life Southwest Indiana
    11th and 12th graders: Oratory Scholarship
    Any high school students: Art Scholarship Contest
    1st place for each $1000, 2nd- $500
    VISIT WWW.RTLSWIN.ORG FOR MORE INFORMATION
    You may also see your speech or art teacher.

    Tropicana Evansville, Project 21
    $2,000 Scholarship
    Deadline for submission is April 5, 2019
    Enter by submitting an essay (have published in student newspaper), poster (display for 2 weeks in high school before hand), or a video (played before 50+students).
    There are many details pertaining to the projects and submission.
    Please see the Guidance Counseling Office for more information.

    StudentScholarships.org
    Check out this site for multiple scholarships!  There are 15 programs and over 600 scholarships available. You will need to register to view all programs.  Some of them are: Elks Most Valuable Student Competition, National Space Club Scholarship, Look Twice Save A Life, and Burger King. 

    VINCENNES UNIVERSITY HAS MANY SCHOLARSHIPS TO OFFER!
    VAL SAL FOR FULL TUITION

    PRESIDENTIAL (TOP 25% CLASS RANK)
    BLUE AND GOLD (TOP 50%)
    ACADEMIC AND TECHNICAL HONORS ($1,250/YR SCHOLARSHIP)

    INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
    NETWORKS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
    THE SCOTT COLLEGE OF BUSINESS OFFERS A FULL IN-STATE SCHOLARSHIP FOR FOUR YEARS
    MAY ALSO RECEIVE $3,000 TOWARD PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND A LAPTOP. PAID INTERNSHIPS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE.
    VISIT INDSTATE.EDU/NETWORKS

    ISU SCOTT COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
    Gongaware Scholarship 
    Full in-state tuition
    Criteria: GPA 3.5, 1140 SAT, or 23 ACT, top 15% of your class
    For more information visit: www.indstate.edu/gongaware

    Knights of Pythias Educational Assitance offers 12 scholarships.
    Applications available at www.knightsofpythiasofnewcastle.com  and cannot be handwritten.
    Requirements: minimum GPA 3.0, have SAT or ACT scores, have registered with a college prior to disbursement of funds, application postmarked by 1/25/19, short essay of 600 words or less regarding need for financial help.

    THE JACK KENT COOKE SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION IS AVAILABLE THROUGH THE COMMON APP.
    CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION!  ELIGIBILITY:  3.5 GPA, GRADUATE SPRING 2019, SAT 1200 OR ACT 26

    Want a website that is one application for multiple scholarships?
    Try Going Merry!  It works like the Common Application for college applications, except that it is scholarships! Check it out here!

    College Board offers many scholarships for the graduating class of 2020.  For more information visit here.

    Ever thought about the University of Dayton? Are you very committed to your community? If "yes" for both, let your guidance counselor know so you can be nominated for a U of D scholarship, Leadership in Service.

    Check out this site for scholarships and college planning: COLLEGE COVERED BY DISCOVER!

    New Scholarship resource: https://www.reviews.com/best-scholarship-search-platforms/

    Ever thought about Co-op as a college option?
    Get work experience while going to college. For more information see the Guidance Counseling Office or visit:
    www.waceinc.org

    IU Cox Scholarships
    There are six different scholarships through Cox Scholars.
    Check out more information here: go.iu.edu/coxscholars

    Search Engine for Scholarships provided by LendEDU. Information you can find on the site includes: Different Types of Scholarships Available
    Applying for Scholarships
    Essay Tips
    Letters of Recommendation Tips
    Spotting Scholarship Scams
    Find out more at: https://lendedu.com/blog/scholarships/

    INvested offers college and career resources in addition to scholarships.   Visit https://www.investedindiana.org

    http://www.studentscholarships.org

    This site lists multiple scholarships available to students grades 10 through 12. Particular scholarships are: Coca-Cola, VIP, College Jumpstart, YDI, 2016 Scholarship Points, E-Waste Scholarships, Paradigm Challenge, LGMD Awareness, Mark A. Forester, 10 Words or Less Scholarship, Elks Most Valuable, and so many more.


    IVY TECH Scholarship for any college-bound student
    For the fifth consecutive year – students in the Princeton area who would like to go to college – will have the opportunity for a scholarship.
    The Dr. Z. Olen & Inez G. Pumphrey Scholarship will award $6,000 this year to Ivy Tech students.
    Students must be degree seeking and enrolled in at least one course at the Ivy Tech Princeton Instructional site.
    To be considered for this scholarship and others, students must first enroll for classes.
    For more information on scholarships available to Ivy Tech Southwest students visit https://www.ivytech.edu/financial-aid/scholarships.html.



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    • Central Office

      North Gibson School Corporation
      1104 N. Embree St.
      Princeton, IN 47670

      Tel: 812-385-4851
      Fax: 812-386-1531
      Dr. Brian Harmon, Supt.
      Dr. Eric Goggins, Asst. Supt.

      High School

      Princeton Community HS
      1101 N. Main St.
      Princeton, IN 47670

      Tel: 812-385-2591
      Fax: 812-386-1535
      Amy Stough, Prin.
      Chris Jones, Asst. Prin.

      Middle School

      Princeton Community MS
      1106 N. Embree St.
      Princeton, IN 47670

      Tel: 812-385-2020
      Fax: 812-386-6746
      Noah Velthouse, Prin.
      Amy Duvall, Asst. Prin.
    • Intermediate

      Princeton Community Intermediate
      1108 N. Embree St.
      Princeton, IN 47670

      Tel: 812-386-1221
      Fax: 812-386-1577
      Emily Davis, Prin.
      Patrick Peyton, Asst. Prin.

      PRIMARY

      Princeton Community Primary
      North Site:  813 W. Archer Rd.
      Princeton, IN  47670
      Tel: 812-386-1222

      South Site:  215 W. Water St.
      Princeton, IN  47670
      Tel: 812-385-4772
      North Fax: 812-385-2593
      South Fax: 812-385-4682

      Mary Williams, Prin.
      Bryce Abbey, Asst. Prin.

  • Location