HHS School Counseling
GRASP is a 501(c) (3) non-profit, charitable, college-access organization that assists students and families obtain funding for post-secondary education.
OUR GOAL IS TO ENSURE THAT EVERY STUDENT HAS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION AFTER HIGH SCHOOL, REGARDLESS OF FINANCIAL OR SOCIAL CIRCUMSTANCES.
GRASP advisors are placed at participating Virginia high schools and schools for students with disabilities. They are adept at navigating the college financial aid system and the processes required to make a post-secondary educational plan a reality. Advisors work without charge to the students and their families primarily through individual in-school meetings. They also present financial aid seminars in libraries and other public forums. Advisors access institutional, federal, state and community resources.
GRASP’s reach spans an increasing number of public and private schools in Virginia and is distinguished by its policy of channeling MORE THAN 50% of its resources to those who have SIGNIFICANT FINANCIAL CHALLENGES.
Regardless of a family's circumstances, GRASP financial aid advisors help students overcome challenges to participating in the dream of an education after high school.
The GRASP representative assigned to Hanover High School for the 2018-19 school year is Joannalyn Jordan. Meetings are by appointment once weekly throughout the school year in the Career Center. Please use the form below to schedule an appointment.
Hanover High School Career Center