College Guidance Program

The college guidance program begins with an introduction at the ninth grade level, and increases in scope each year to culminate in extensive and individualized counseling in the twelfth grade. Counselors remain current on developments in all aspects of the college application process by attending several workshops each year.

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  • Freshman Year

    • Classroom presentations and explanation of a permanent record
    • Introduction to College/Career Center Small group academic counseling
    • Development of a 4-year academic plan
  • Sophomore Year

    • Registration/administration of PSAT
    • Small group and individual academic counseling
    • Introduction to college websites and other resources
    • In-class presentations to students and parents about courses and college information
    • Interpretation of PSAT results
  • Junior Year

    • Registration/administration of PSAT/NMSQT
    • College counseling workshops  – “Just For Juniors”
    • Individual academic/college counseling
    • Career Interest Inventory available on-line for Juniors
    • In-class presentations to students and parents about courses and college information
    • Interpretation of PSAT results
    • SAT & ACT prep classes offered on campus
  • Senior Year

    • Extensive group and individual counseling regarding the entire college application process
    • Visits with college representatives on campus
    • Common Application, UC and CSU application workshops on campus
    • Community College application assistance
    • Monthly scholarship listings
    • Parent evenings regarding college and financial aid

CEEB SAT Code

School Code/CEEB/SAT/ACT Code: 052698

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