College & Career Center
TSI Testing Dates:
January 29th and 30th
These sessions are for all of our Algebra II students - School pays fees
February 19th and 20th (if needed)
These sessions are open enrollment for any students - Student pays fees
This session is for any remaining Juniors that have not tested - School pays fees
This session is open enrollment for any students - Student pays fees
The Department of Education has released the newly updated and expanded College Scorecard, a tool that provides students more information than ever before as they make decisions about the next steps in their lifelong learning journeys. The new College Scorecard includes potential debt and earnings information based on what a student wants to study (including 2-year programs, 4-year degrees, certificate programs and graduate programs), graduation rates, and even apprenticeships. Using College Scorecard’s comparison tool, you can compare up to ten different school options and see how they stack up.
The following two links are the most widely used sites for applying to colleges and universities. Remember to see Mrs. Ingram about sending transcripts. Official transcripts must come from our office.
If you plan to attend a 4 year college or university, you will need to take either the ACT or the SAT for admission purposes. Seniors, these test are also helpful when applying for certain scholarships. The links below will take you to the individual testing sites to register for those tests. Testing dates can be found online as well. Most students begin taking these college entrance tests the spring of their junior year.