Sonoma’s Creekside High School honored by Race to Submit campaign

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Creekside High School has been honored by the statewide Race to Submit campaign because 100 percent of its seniors in the class of 2018 completed the FAFSA application for financial aid in college.

Filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and California Dream Act Application are the first steps toward college success, as they help students qualify for federal and state aid to help pay for college.

Creekside counselor Tracy Dorrance went to Sacramento to accept the award.

Creekside had 19 graduates in 2018 and nine students are currently enrolled at Santa Rosa Junior College.

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