• **Any students looking for part-time employment can find an up-to-date list of area businesses who are currently hiring.


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Transcript Requests

  • Need a transcript? You can either come to Guidance during open hours, or request a transcript with MySchoolBucks. There is a $3 fee for Official Transcripts. If you are requesting a transcript during the summer when the Guidance Office is closed, please call the Main Office at (319) 688-1050.

Driver's Education

  • Students interested in taking Driver's Education should visit the link below to register for Driver's Education through Kirkwood Community College's Continuing Education program.  In order to be enrolled in the course, the student should first obtain their learner's permit through the the Iowa Department of Transportation.  The Driver's Education curriculum will be delivered through 30 unique units which take approximately 1 hour each to complete.  Students will have 90 days from their start date to complete the curriculum.  In addition, students are required to drive 6 hours with an instructor in order to receive their driver's education certificate. For information or questions, please contact Kirkwood at 319-398-1022 or contactCE@kirkwood.edu.

    Kirkwood's Driver's Education (CLICK HERE)


  • College-bound seniors: If you plan to apply for financial aid for college, fill out the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA). Fill this out as soon as possible after October 1, 2022 to be eligible for the most financial aid opportunities. The final day to submit the FAFSA for the 2023-2024 academic year is June 30, 2023.  If you or your family have questions about the FAFSA, feel free to contact Russ Johnson at johnson.russ@iowacityschools.org.

Selective Service

  • Male juniors and seniors: All men in the United States are required to register for Selective Service within 30 days of their 18th birthday. Pre-registration is available at 17 years and 3 months of age. According to the Director of Selective Service, failing to register may result in the inability to receive federally funded college loans and grants, and the inability to participate in federally funded job training and certification programs. Failing to register will bar a person from federal employment, and make him ineligible for many state and local government jobs. Immigrants - documented and undocumented - will have a 5-year delay in processing their citizenship applications if they do not register with Selective Service. Information and registration is available at SSS.gov.

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