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Need help completing the FAFSA? FAFSA Fridays are here. The first Friday of each month, Financial Aid and Veteran Services will host a FAFSA Workshop. Check out our WEBSITE or stop by our office for additional information.
Students who complete and submit their 2019-2020 FAFSA by April 15, 2019 AND have registered for the fall 2019 semester will be entered in a drawing for a $500 gift card to the Follett Bookstore.
The FAFSA for next academic year (fall 2019, spring 2020 and summer 2020) became available online on Oct. 1. To begin your application, go to https://fafsa.ed.gov/ and click “Start a New FAFSA.” Our school code is 006871.
- You can complete the FAFSA using information from the 2017 tax information.
- Watch our quick video to learn more about how you’ll benefit from using prior-prior year income data.
You may also want to view or print the attached FAFSFA checklist, which tells you what information and forms you need to have on hand to help you fill out the FAFSA.
- The Priority Date for state aid consideration is May 1. Complete your FAFSA before this date to get priority consideration for financial aid from Thomas Nelson Community College.
- If you have already completed the 2019-2020 FAFSA, note that we plan to begin processing applications April 2019.
Jamestown Theater students recently competed with 53 schools at the 2018 Virginia Theater Association Conferece and we were one of six schools selected to perform in the finals Sunday morning.
In the end, Jamestown placed as runner up in the state.
Special Events/Programs Awards
Lip Sync Contest Winner—Jamestown—Ben Helbert
2018 VTA “On The Stage” Scholarship—Jack Cherry
High School Play Festival, Jamestown Presents…The Happening
Special Recognition for original material
Best Direction of a Play
All State cast—Jack Cherry
Best Performer Award—Ben Paulk
Best Performer Award—Ari Konkel
Because of this success, our play is an official selection of the Virginia Theatre Association to represent Virginia at the 2019 South Eastern Theatre Conference Convention, this year being held in Knoxville, Tennessee. Only two schools from each member state are invited to participate in the SETC convention. We were also selected to represent Virginia last year. It is a huge honor to be selected for the finals two years in a row and almost of unheard of for a Virginia school to be an SETC representative two years in a row.
Pictured above from left to right: Jack Cherry, Ari Konkel and Ben Paulk.
Harvey Stone received the Theatre 2018 Coach of the Year from the Virginia Association of Forensic Theatre and Debate Coaches. This is a huge honor and recognition of Mr. Stone’s incredible work.