WHERE FAMILIES CAN LEARN ABOUT COLLEGE, THE PROCESS OF PURSUING HIGHER EDUCATION, AND WHAT TO CONSIDER IF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE IS NEEDED.
Success has no boundaries. It's more than just a phrase here at the Boston Athletic Academy - it's a mentality. It's one that we teach every day to every student that walks into our facility. And it starts with education. We believe that a solid education can play a critical role in unlocking anyone's dreams, and affording them the opportunity to change their lives and their families' as well.
The following information is intended to offer Boston families a better understanding of how to access financial assistance, and which options & resources are available. If you have any questions, please contact us at any time.
Each One, Teach One
Meet Jose Diaz, President of Boston Athletic Academy. Jose shares his background in higher education and how it could help someone achieve a better life.
Higher Education is Possible
President, Jose Diaz, shares how higher education is possible for everyone and what BAA is doing to help.
FINANCIAL AID ASSISTANCE
Welcome to FAA with the BAA. We are sharing information about the financial aid process as well as additional perspective to help you make the right decision for you and your family regarding financial aid.
If you have any questions, please contact us at any time.
Creating a FSA ID
Jose explains the process of filing for FAFSA, starting with creating a FSA ID to begin.
Eligibility & Estimated Family Contributions
Jose provides insight on the eligibility process in order to apply for FAFSA, and shares information about Estimated Family Contributions (EFC)..
Grants & Loans
Jose shares information about grant awards and different available loans.
Jose explains how work study works and how students can take advantage of it.
Parent Plus Loans
Jose gives insight on what Parent Plus Loans (PPLs) are, and how someone may qualify.
LOOKING TO APPLY TO COLLEGE? OUR COLLEGE PLANNING PROGRAM WILL:
Provide support throughout the college search and application process, beginning in ninth grade
Help student-athletes fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
Facilitate communication between college advisors, student-athletes, and family
Engage college admissions staff on behalf of student-athletes
Offer private tutoring in any high school subject and for SAT, ACT, and SAT II subject tests
Build a profile for each applicant, including a highlight video and academic transcripts