Advisory.  What do you want to do after you get out of high school?  Do you think college is an option?

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DEF and Quest

DEF and QuestAdvisoryDo you think college is possible?What do you want to do after you get out of high school?

Do you think college is an option?College is an optionClick on the link below and then watch some of the success stories. You must click on success stories and then pick a few to show.

What were some of the challenges these students had in going to college?

What are some of the challenges you have to going to college?Quest and DefDid you know that if you go to high school in Dumas for all four years you can have two years of college at Amarillo College paid for?Pay attention to the following information to find out how.

DEFDumas Education Foundation is local organization that provides scholarships to local students. QuestQuest is a scholarship program guaranteeing access to a college education for every qualifying Dumas High School student.

This program pays tuition, books and fees for up to 66 semester hours at Amarillo College Moore County Campus.Quest Activities:Support during high school to encourage attendance and gradesField tripsAssistance in the completion of applications, scholarships, and financial aid paperworkCareer ExplorationWhat are the requirements?Maintain an 80 average over a period of 4 years.95% attendance average over a period of 4 years.No office referralsMust meet all graduation requirements and graduate from DHSSign up at the DHS counselors office.Wouldnt it be great to have two years of college for free?

Click on the following link to take a college quiz.

You may have to scroll to the bottom of the page and click on college quiz.

Even if you dont have a lot of money or dont have straight As you can go to college.Remember you can go to college. Everyone can.And, if you participate in QUEST in high school, two years can be free.Go back to the following website and explore the site. (especially the middle school section)