Seniors....counselors will be coming into your Econ/Gov classes throughout the year. We will also be meeting with seniors one on one to review information and help prepare you for life after high school.
Mark your calendars!
All senior important dates can be found below on PDF: Save the Dates Class of 2017!
SRJC Doyle Scholarship:
Opens October 3rd, due by Dec 9th at 5pm
Senior College Night for Four Year Colleges:
Wednesday, October 5th @6pm in PHS Library
(presentation posted below)
Financial Aid Night:
Tuesday, October 11th at 7pm in Casa Grande HS Multi
College Application Workshops:
Tuesday, October 18th at Tutorial/Lunch in CCC
SRJC Jumpstart Lunch Meeting:
Thursday, October 20th in PHS Library
Senior College Night for SRJC (Jumpstart):
Wednesday, October 26th @6pm in PHS Library
PEF & PHS Scholarships Open (online):
Cash for College Workshop:
Wednesday, November 2nd at 6:30PM in PHS Library
FAFSA opens on October 1, 2016 and closes on March 2, 2017....apply early here!
Scholarships info...see Ms. Stoll!
Do you need a letter of recommendation? Please fill out the document at the bottom of this page and return it to your counselor via email or in person.
UC Window is 11/1/2016-11/30/2016:
Apply to UC Schools here:
UC Admissions Info
CSU Window is 10/1/2016-11/30/2016.
Apply to CSUs here:
Apply to Private Schools here:
Deadlines vary by school, please check specific school for dates.
Apply & Register for SRJC here:
Santa Rosa JC
Transcript Questions? Contact Gail Yeager, registrar email@example.com. P
Did you take any AP tests throughout high school? Visit this website to determine how many credits you will get towards the colleges you apply to. AP Credit Policy
EAP/CAASPP Info - missed the presentation? Need help understanding your Math/English scores? See presentation below.
12th Grade Required Classes:
Seniors must take at least 5 classes for the year.
1. English: ERWC (Expository Reading and Writing), English 12 AP Or ELD 4
2. Social Studies: Government & Economics, 1 semester of each, AP and Ag are available.
3. Electives: At least 3 electives in the fall semester, see offerings in the course description section of the course catalog. At least 2 years of a language other than English are needed to meet a-g requirements for 4 year colleges and universities. 4 years of math and science are also recommended.
Tips for Seniors:
SAT Test Dates:
10/1, 11/5, 12/3
ACT Test Dates:
9/10, 10/22. 12/10
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