What is ETS?
Educational Talent Search (ETS) is a federally funded program that provides information
and support to help individuals achieve academic success.
The ETS programs identify and assist individuals (between 11 and 27 years of age) who have the potential to succeed in higher education.
There is no cost to the individuals or their families to participate in any of
the programs and services.
Serving Students & Adults
ETS serves students in grades 6 through 12 as well as adults under the age of 27.
Adults served by the program must be one of the following: high school or GED graduates wishing to continue their education, persons who did not complete high school wishing to obtain a high school equivalency certificate or high school diploma, or persons who left a college or vocational training program before completion and wish to resume their education.
Services and Programs
ETS offers a variety of services to prepare individuals for
post-secondary, educational success.
Financial Aid Workshops
Assistance with College Admissions Applications
College Fair Visits
College Campus Tours
MAC Computer Lab and Library Access
Test Taking Strategies
ACT Practice Test
Natural History & Ecology
St. Louis Symphony
Other Services of Offered
ACT Fee Waiver (2 per student – 1 given during 11th grade and 1 given during 12th grade)
College Admissions Fee Waiver
PLAN Test Reimbursement
COMPASS Exam Fee Waiver
Reaching goals doesn't have to be a solo effort. ETS is here to help.
Enjoy a bright future while reaching for the stars with Educational Talent Search!