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The Office of Student Services

Student Services Staff

The KNIGHT360 team of educators and school counselors, along with a social worker and school psychologist, guides students through a formation process to help them discover their gifts and God’s plan for their future. The formation process includes things such as self-discovery assessments, career exploration activities, individual learning support, social-emotional resilience support, and one-on-one academic advising to develop an individualized college, career and life plan for each student. The department uses a team approach to support each student’s academic, social, emotional, and spiritual needs.

  • Goal setting
  • 4-year Plans with emphasis on college and career pathways
  • Dual Credit, ACP and AP courses
  • PSAT/SAT preparation
  • ILEARN preparation and remediation
  • Internships
  • Goal setting
  • Study tables
  • Social-emotional resilience education
  • Study habit workshops/coursework
  • Summer study and enrichment opportunities
  • Individual counseling & social-emotional support
  • Intervention support
  • Language Plans for English Language Learners
  • Alternative Learning Plans
  • Individual Service Plans
  • Problem Solving Plans
  • Goal Setting
  • Scholarship searches
  • Career interest inventories
  • Resume development
  • Personality assessments
  • Organized college visits
  • College “fit” support
  • College application and essay workshops
  • Student Engagement Activities
  • Strength Explorer
  • Learning style and interest inventories
  • Career assessment and exploration

Do you want to get a head start on college? The Indiana College Core allows high school students to earn 30 general education credits that can be transferred as a block to any public college or university in Indiana, as well as some private institutions. In other words, students who earn the College Core in high school may already be finished with their first year of college at a fraction of the cost. To learn more about the Indiana College Core and put together your plan, use My College Core ( and work closely with your school counselor.

What is FAFSA?
The Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the most important document for determining if you’re eligible for financial aid — money to help you pay for education and training beyond high school. The easiest way to file the FAFSA is online at

After you file your FAFSA, your college will be able to tell you which scholarships and grants you could receive as well as how much money you can borrow in federal loans. To find out more about the FAFSA, including what kinds of state financial aid is available, check out Learn More Indiana’s FAFSA guide for Hoosiers.

Contact Learn More Indiana and get connected with specialists who can answer your questions.