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Student Services Home Page

Mrs. Amy Wells, School Counselor E-mail: wellsa@usd416.org
Mr. Marty Southard, School Social Worker E-Mail: southardm@usd416.org
Mrs. Briana Wilkerson, School Psychologist E-mail: wilkersonb@usd416.org
Mrs. Kathy Knipp, Registrar E-mail: knippk@usd416.org

School Phone: (913) 837-1730

Follow us on Twitter: Student Services Twitter Account   



Need a recommendation from counselor? Fill out this form.

Recommendation form


Need a transcript?  See the form below.

Transcript request


College Visit?  See the form below.

College Visit Form


Want to change your schedule?  See the form below.

Schedule Change Form-Must have parent signature



Helpful Information/Links


College Board/College Search 

Scholarship Search Engine

FAFSA -Federal Student Aid  (When completing application, there is question about if you are taking college classes, this is only for if you have received Financial aid while enrolled in a college class.  HS dual credit classes are not paid for using Financial Aid) Google chrome works best for filling out FAFSA

Four year high school plan checklist for students planning to attend college

Senior Checklist

Athletics in the College Admissions Process

Homework help

Cliff Notes

Kaplan Test Prep

Online test prep

15 Test Taking Strategies

Test Taking Tips

More test taking strategies

Mastering Test Taking

Suicide awareness


College Planning 101 Presentation

College Planning Presentation

Power point presentation attached from the College 101 presentation.  Please click on the blue underlined words to follow the links in the presentation.  Please contact student services if you have questions.


Pre-Enrollment Information

Pre-Enrollment Presentation

Course Description Guide

Individual Plan of Study/Course Plan

Schedule Change Form-Must have parent signature

Jump Start Form

Early Release/Late Start Form

Teacher/Office Assistant Form

Work Study Form

Peer Tutoring/Health Careers/Miami Tech Application

Video on how to Pre-Enroll--Note: Enrollment will stay open until March 1st!



FAFSA Information

Do you have a student going to college 2019-2020? Complete the FAFSA using 2017 tax information. Priority deadline is October 1 to December 1, 2018. 

All things FAFSA: Federal Student Aid site

Federal Student Aid, an office of the U.S. Department of Education, ensures that all eligible individuals can benefit from federally funded financial assistance for education beyond high school. We consistently champion the promise of post-secondary education to all Americans —and its value to our society.

Federal Student Aid plays a central and essential role in supporting post-secondary education by providing money for college to eligible students and families. We partner with post-secondary schools, financial institutions and others to deliver services that help students and families who are paying for college.

Today, Federal Student Aid performs a range of critical functions that include, among others:

  • Educating students and families on the process of obtaining aid;
  • Processing millions of student financial aid applications each year;
  • Disbursing billions of dollars in aid funds to students through schools;
  • Enforcing financial aid rules and regulations;
  • Servicing millions of student loan accounts, and securing repayment from borrowers who have defaulted on their loans; and
  • Operating information technology systems and tools that manage billions in student aid dollars


Link to Scholarship Page