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get on the new website and get some money for college!  Northeast High School students are eligible to receive free money from about 30 different colleges and universities nationwide through  A season of sports or extra-curricular activities could have earned you $100!  Work hard in your class, earn an A, up to $300 per class!  Each school is different, but the more and better you do, the more money you get! It’s never too early!  Freshman can start adding activities and grades as freshman.  Seniors have until March, 2015 to enter their information.  Start today!   … Read entire article »


Historically Black Colleges and University Fair

The School District of Philadelphia will be hosting the Malcolm Bernard Historically Black Colleges and University Fair on Wednesday, November 19, 2014 from 3:30 PM to 7:00 PM.  The fair will take place at the School District Building at 440 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, PA 19130.  Universities and colleges in attendance include Howard University, Virginia State University, Florida A&M, and more! Registration is required.  Students are to arrive with a completed application package, their ACT/SAT scores, and official transcripts.  Professional dress is also required. To learn more and pre-register for the fair, visit: … Read entire article »

See you at the National College Fair!

Come to the Convention Center to get information from 440+ different colleges and post-secondary institutions.  Speak directly with the organizations representatives and get lots of swag! Location: Pennsylvania Convention Center Hall D 1101 Arch Street Philadelphia, PA 19107 215/418-4700 Fair Hours:  Sunday, October 26, 2014 11:00a.m. – 3:00p.m. … Read entire article »


For more scholarships, visit the Scholarship page under the Counseling tab….   Are you interested in National Security? Would you like paid tuition up to $30,000 per year toward your studies? Would you like a year round salary during school and guaranteed employment after school? Check out the Stokes Educational Scholarship Program sponsored by the National Security Administration at . Deadline: November 15!! Improve your community! The Princeton Prize for Race Relations recognizes students who are helping improve race relations in their schools or communities. $1000 scholarship and all expenses paid trip to Princeton. Go to . Deadline: January 31 … Read entire article »

College Prep 102: The P.L.A.N. for Success Workshop

  The Philadelphia Learning and Achievement Network presents College Prep 102: The P.L.A.N. for Success!  Saturday, October 18, 2014 9:00am-1:00pm (Registration begins at 8:30am) Temple University Main Campus Welcome Center, 12th Street and Montgomery Avenue Enjoy a day filled with interactive sessions and presentations focusing on college preparation and the benefits of higher education! Sessions for the day include:  Demystifying the Admissions Process Financial Literacy Essay Writing Workshop Q&A with a Panel of College Representatives This event is free for high school seniors and families within the School District of Philadelphia and the surrounding counties. Registration is required! Refreshments and Lunch Provided! … Read entire article »

9/23/14 Back to School Night!

Parents! Come out and meet your child’s teacher and get to know the faculty and staff at Northeast High School. Program starts at 5:30pm and runs to 8pm. Don’t miss it! … Read entire article »

SAT Prep Class

Are you looking for a low cost SAT prep class? The Philadelphia Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority is sponsoring an SAT Workshop at the World Communications Charter School (521 S Broad Street) on Saturdays from October 18th – December 13th.  The cost is only $25 dollars, and includes a practice book. Register at Come to the College Office for more information! … Read entire article »