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Senior Year

Planning for College

• Take SAT Reasoning (or ACT with Writing) and SAT Subject Tests for the school(s) to which you wish to apply no later than the December test date.

• Work diligently on current studies, as colleges seem particularly interested in students maintaining rigorous  academic discipline in the senior year.  

• Obtain college application forms by applying on line at official websites: For the University of California go to For California State University go to Send for other application forms on your own. Complete and submit all applications BEFORE THE DEADLINE DATES (Nov. 30th for California public colleges/ universities).  

• Request transcripts be sent to Colleges. The first three are free with a fee of $3.00 for each additional transcript; a $5.00 fee for former students.  

• Obtain needed secondary school reports from your counselor and letters of recommendation from your teachers as specified on college and scholarship applications. Remember to give your teachers and your counselor at least three weeks advance notice and to supply your recommender with addressed, stamped envelopes.  

• Attend all college information sessions as announced in the bulletin.  

• Apply for financial aid if eligible.  

• Attend Financial Aid Information Night (in January).  

Keep a record of what college admissions procedures you have completed; keep your counselor informed as you formulate plans or revise them.  

• If qualified, take Advanced Placement Exams.  

• Take the ASVAB if interested in the possibility of  joining the military.

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Information for Seniors

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