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  1. Eisenhower HighSchool Class of 2015! 11th GRADE GUIDANCE LESSON

  2. AGENDA • Opening • Transcripts • Graduation Requirements • Credit Recovery • College Requirements • NCAA • SAT/ACT • Scholarships/Financial Aid • Question and Answer

  3. California High School Exit Exam • Proficient-380 DATES FOR JUNIORS

  4. Requirements for Graduation • English • Math • Social Studies • Science • PE • Vocational Education • Foreign Lang or Fine Art • Health • Electives Total220 credits To earn credits, you must pass the class with a grade of A, B, C, or D 40 credits (4 years) 30 credits (3 years) 30 credits (3 years) 20 credits (2 years) 20 credits (2 years) 10 credits (1 year) 10 credits (1 year) 5 credits (1 semester) 55 credits

  5. Credit Recovery • A+ (as space permits during the school day) • Adult Ed- need to complete at least 100 credits to apply • Milor/Zupanic • Summer school (if offered) • 7th or 7th /8th period • 5th Year Senior

  6. College Requirements“A-G” PLANNING TO GO TO COLLEGE??

  7. 4 Year College “A-G’s” A. English B. Mathematics C. History D. Laboratory Science- Biology & Chem/Physics E. Foreign Language F. Visual or Performing Arts G. College Prep Elective Total150 credits College Requirements- Grades of A, B, or C 40 credits (4 years) 30 credits (3 years) 20 credits (2 years) 20 credits (2 years) 20 credits (2 years) 10 credits (1 year) 10 credits (1 year)

  8. College RequirementsIT IS NEVER TOO EARLY TO START PREPARING • GPA (NO D’S OR F’S) California State Universities 2.5 or higher University of California 3.0or higher • ACT/SAT • Volunteer hours • Club participation • Sports • Letters of recommendation – 2 weeks needed, forms are available in the career center • Be honest

  9. Examination Requirement PSAT Can take test on October 16, 2013 ACT/SAT –Subject tests are highly recommended by UC’s FEES:

  10. TEST DATES ACT SAT http://www.actstudent.orghttp://sat.collegeboard.org/home

  11. University of California Campuses BerkeleyDavisIrvineLos AngelesMercedRiversideSan DiegoSan FranciscoSanta BarbaraSanta Cruz http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/

  12. California State Universities http://www.calstate.edu/

  13. Community Colleges • Chaffey College • Riverside Community College • San Bernardino Valley College WEBSITES • Icanaffordcollege.com • Who Do U WANT 2B? • www.cccco.edu • cccapply.org

  14. NCAA • Division I and Division 2 Guidelines • 16 core classes Any questions, see Mr. Jackson in Counseling Apply at Eligibility Center by end of Junior year eligibilitycenter.org

  15. Scholarships/Financial Aid • Workshops to be offered Senior year • Apply for FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) Deadline: March 2014 • Cal-Grant- submitted if you have an appropriate GPA and a valid social security number on file with the school START NOW!

  16. Scholarships/Financial Aid • http://www.scholarships.com/ • http://maldef.org/ • http://www.scholarshipexperts.com/ • http://www.scholarshipsfinder.com/ • http://latinocollegedollars.org/ • http://www.zinch.com/ • Most sites require you to create a profile

  17. Resources: • The California State University • www.calstate.edu • www.csumentor.edu • Cal Grants • www.calgrants.org • CSU First-time Freshman • www.calstate.edu/firsttimefreshman • CSU Transfer Students • www.calstate.edu/transfer • Financial Aid Application • www.fasfa.ed.gov

  18. Resources cont. • www.collegeboard.com/quickstart • www.mymajors.com