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  • Be sure you are meeting A-G requirements if you want to attend a 4-year university right after graduation.
    • Are you taking IM3 or higher?
    • Have you taken 2 years of the same World Lang?
    • Have you taken a Fine Art?
  • Take the PSAT again if you would like more practice for the SAT
  • Start creating a list of colleges, careers and majors you are interested in.
  • Visit local colleges over thanksgiving break.
  • Spring
    • Register for the SAT and/or the ACT
      • We recommend to take the SAT or ACT at some point during the spring semester of Junior year
    • Attend College and Career night (Normally at the end of October)
    • Registration
    • Counselors will give a class presentation to help juniors choose classes for their senior year. Click here for a copy of the presentation.
    • Counselors will review the students transcripts to ensure they are eligible for graduation and/or eligigible to meet the A-G requirements.


Spring semester
Registration and class selection for grade 11
  • Class Presentation for Registration
    • Review of transcript, review of high school graduation requirements and college admission requirements, introduction to 4-year Planning and Academic planning guide; and, introduction to college and career research
  • 1-1 meetings with students in the library
College Planning Night
  • Evening program and power point presentation on college admission process, college admission testing, timelines, financial aid, etc.


  • School counselors present to the freshman class during the fall semester.
  • Meet your School Counselor by stopping by during lunch or after school or by scheduling an appointment
  • Establish strong study habits and time management techniques
  • Participate in extracurricular activities that interest you
  • Participate in community service activities on campus and in the community.
  • Registration - Spring
    • Counselors help freshman register for classes by reviewing the students transcripts to ensure they are on track for graduation and/or on track to meet A-G requirements.

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