College And Career Readiness

College And Career Readiness

Campus Tours

Campus Tours is a wonderful resource that can help students set up virtual tours at a variety of college campuses.

Future Finder:

Ever wonder what career might be a good fit for you? Want to make sure you're exploring all your options? Take a quick quiz to find the best match for your skills and interests.

FAFSA Completion Information

What you will need:

  • Your Social Security number (parent & student)
  • Your Alien Registration Number (if you are not a U.S. Citizen)
  • Federal income tax returns, W-2’s, and other records of money earned
  • Bank statements and records of investments (if applicable)
  • Records of untaxed income (if applicable)
  • An FSA ID to sign electronically (created at:
  • Submit FAFSA earlier! Students can apply October 1st!
  • You can complete your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at:

Advanced Opportunities

Students in grades 11-12 who attend public school have an allocation of $4,125.00 to pay for dual credits, however, Richard McKenna Charter Schools only offer this opportunity to 11 & 12th graders who meet the other criteria.

We have a partnership with the College of Western Idaho and North Idaho College.

Students must be full time and seeking a high school diploma with RMCHS plus have a minimum 3.0 GPA

Please Contact Mrs. Garza @ 208.580.2449 Ext 1103 email

Participation MUST be approved through Mrs. Garza before you begin courses.

College Entrance Exams

  • ACT
  • SAT
    10 Colleges & Universities, 1 Application! It allows Idaho students to submit applications to all eight of Idaho’s public colleges and universities at one time, without paying any application fees.

Scholarship Search Websites



Explore your options: Look into local scholarships and use a trusted internet service, like the ones listed below.

Start Early & Don't miss deadlines: Start your scholarship search early. It takes time to research, request information, and complete your applications, so don't procrastinate. Many have early fall deadlines.

Be Active: Scholarship committees look favorably on those who participate in extracurricular activities and are active in their communities.

Stay Organized: Students should keep a checklist of submission requirements and due dates. Be sure to complete all of the necessary paper before submitting an application.

Follow the Instructions: Watch your essay length and submit only materials that are requested. Proofread your applications to avoid any embarrassing spelling/grammar errors. Be sure your writing is legible.

Don't ignore scholarships just because they have smaller award amounts, it all adds up!

Search every year. Many scholarships are available to grades other than seniors.

Find out what scholarships colleges have available, call their financial aid office or go to their website (scholarships or financial aid).

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