Guidance Webpage

College Planning

Please view the first semester Senior College Planning powerpoint
The Hispanic Arts Council of St. Louis offers free services to help first generation Latino Youth achieve at college education.  For further information, click here.
 Missouri Southern State University will have several Discovery Days.  Please visit for information.

For more college information, please visit:


Please view the following powerpoint if you are interested in college planning information for underclassmen. 


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The following are scheduled college visits:

Tuesday, March 24 at 9:10am:  University of Missouri - Kansas City

Tuesday, March 24 at 1:00 pm:  University of Kansas

Wednesday, March 25 at 9:15 am: Truman State University

Wednesday, March 25 at 1:00 pm:  Harris Stowe State College

Thursday, March 26 at 9:10 am: St. Louis College of Pharmacy

Thursday, March 26 at l:00 pm:  Webster University

Tuesday, March 31 at 9:10 am:  Paul Mitchell - the school St. Louis

Tuesday, March 31 at 1:00 pm:  Columbia College-Columbia, Missouri

Thursday, April 2 at 9:10 am:  Austin Peay State University

Monday, April 6 at 9:10 am:  Southern Illinois University - Carbondale

Tuesday, April 7 at 9:10 am: University of Central Missouri

Thursday, April 16 at 9:10 am:  University of Kentucky













In addition to our Naviance website, there are several other resources available to students in planning for college.

There are also websites that provide a virtual tour of colleges and universities.  They are as follows:

Some colleges offer inter-active webinars throughout the year.  For more information, click here.

Parkway/Maryville offers a summer opportunity which gives High School credit while helping students prepare for college admissions.  Please view this powerpoint.


The following links offer options for test preparation:

Score Up Test Prep Services

Naviance Prep Me

The Parkway North High School Volunteer College Mentor Program is a free program offered for Parkway students in grades 9, 10, 11, and 12. If you need help:

  • identifying your best college fit
  • selecting the few colleges to which you want to apply
  • setting up your high school academic trajectory so you can apply to your dream school
  • rounding out your extracurriculars
  • preparing your application and essays

Call the PNHS Volunteer College Mentors and they will help. They have been trained to help students on the journey to college as well as work with parents and students to find the best college fit. It's FREE!

Contact Dave Zuckerman at Click here for a year-by-year college readiness checklist.


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