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Graduation requirements

Please view the following two Web sites for graduation requirements.


View 2014-15 scholarship opportunities.

Career ForwardTM helps students compete in today's careers

Career ForwardTM is a self-contained online learning program designed to make sure Heatly students can compete in today's global economy. This innovative online course introduces students to globalization and career planning, and highlights how students can be more entrepreneurial as they look to the future. Jennifer Granholm, Governor of the state of Michigan, says, "This course will help students understand how to thrive in a global economy. It will also teach them to learn online—something they'll need to do throughout their work lives."

The College Search

The college search can be a very stressful one for students and parents. Everything from registering/taking the SATs or ACTs, to finding the right college that fits your needs, Financial Aid – to name a few. Below are some helpful links that can help you as you begin and go through your college search. If you have any questions or concerns, please stop by and see Mrs. Zeppieri in the guidance office.

Heatly’s CEEB School Code


Registering for the SAT Exams

Visit CollegeBoard.

SAT practice help

Registered for the SAT exam and don't know how to prepare? Go to to download free practice questions and tips.

Looking for the right college for you?

Visit CollegeBoard – a comprehensive site that allows you to search by major, cost, geographic region, student body size and/or activities and sports offered.

Financial Aid

Deciding to pursue a college education is an important and rewarding decision. However, with college tuition and other education-related expenses rising steadily, figuring out how to pay for it can be both challenging and a little overwhelming. Fortunately, there is an estimated $136 billion in financial aid available to help students and their families afford the cost of a college education. Filing a FAFSA is the first step in applying for over 90% of this aid.


If you need a copy of your high school transcript, please contact Mrs. Zeppieri.