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Mrs. Shannon Schulte » SCHOOL COUNSELING


Welcome to the School Counseling page for Lincoln Jr./Sr. High School.
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Financial Aid (FAFSA): 
Families may start filling out the FAFSA starting October 1st. To start the financial aid process, please visit for your application and more information.  Also, check with each university as their financial aid priority deadlines vary.  
All students and at least one parent/guardian needs to create a FSA ID in order to start the FASFA process.  There is an FSA ID tip sheet to the right.  To create your FSA ID visit
Please see the FAFSA PowerPoint presentation resource to the right from College Goal WI.
Link to FAFSA completion demo. video (approx. one hour in length)
ACT Testing
All four-year schools in Wisconsin and Minnesota require an ACT test score for admission.  Most two-year schools will use your ACT score for admission purposes, but they may also require an ACCUPLACER test score for program placement.  All juniors will take the ACT + Writing free of charge in the spring with their classmates during the school day. Some students may wish to take the ACT an additional time to improve their scores.  Students wishing to take the ACT outside of school should visit
Students needing a fee waiver should see Mrs. Schulte to see if they qualify.
ACT Test Prep Workshop at UW-LaCrosse-Face to face or online

This program provides 12 hours of instruction in: writing strategies to assist you in the essay part of the ACT® test; orientation to the ACT® and its four parts; opportunity to take diagnostic assessments; instruction in all four areas; test-taking strategies for each of the components and for the entire test; practice with printed materials where test-taking tips can be applied and reinforced and interactive skill drills in deficit areas as measured by the diagnostic test.

Course materials are provided by Cambridge Educational Services, the leader in test preparation. Please visit for registration and more information.  


Senior Meeting Handout 2020 will be available in mid-September.