Santa Paula High SchoolCollege & Career CenterThe goal of the Santa Paula High School College and Career Center is to make sure that every student at Santa Paula High School has the opportunity to discover the possibilities that are available after graduation. This includes exploring future careers, assisting with college applications, applying for scholarships / student aid and many other valuable services such as:
Juniors, Are you University of California bound? Click on this link for 2018-19 personal questions for your U.C. application. http://admission.universityofcalifornia.edu/how-to-apply/files/uc-personal-questions-guide-freshman.pdfWhat does your PSAT score mean? Find out what your strong subjects and your weak ones are.
- Work Permit Applications Scholarship Lists
- College planners Financial Aid sources
- College representative presentations College Fair
- Career Speaker Events Job information
- Higher Education Days SAT & ACT testing information and review books
- FAFSA information and workshops Cal Grant information
- SPHS PTSA (Parent Teacher Student Association) Applications & information
Link your score through College Board www.collegeboard.com to Kahn Academy https://www.khanacademy.org/ and they will create a personalized tutoring program just for you. Improve your scores for the ACT and the SAT where it really counts for college admission and scholarships.
The PTA supports the C&C Center through a variety of means. We encourage parents to join Santa Paula HS PTA to learn even more on how to support your students and our school. http://capta.org/focus-areas/education/student-assessments/
- Online College Information link. This article is fairly comprehensive about the best value on colleges offering online degree
- *Please visit http://OnlineColleges.net for resources to help students with every aspect of college search and financial aid process.
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