Resources for Students

Required for all students - Scoir! College Application Management Tool - Log in to Scoir to search for colleges and to keep track of your college applications. All students must activate their Scoir account and update their college lists and applications regularly.

Colleges That Change Lives is dedicated to the advancement and support of a student-centered college search process. See their list of participating institutions to see if one is right for you!

Useful Documents

Junior/Senior college planning list of important dates - 2019.

College Ed by College Board - College Planning and Career Exploration Program

Guide to the College Admissions Process

Student self-assessment (juniors must fill this out and return to Ms. Wuerthner by June 7, 2019)

List of Students' vs. Ms. Wuerthner's Responsibilities

Tips for writing a college resume. 

Standardized Testing Info and Test Prep Resources

 Website with information about the PSAT/NMSQT.

 KHAN Academy - Free, official SAT study materials and practice tests.

     ACT Academy - Free, official ACT study materials and practice tests.

 Revolution Prep PSAT FREE Webinars.

Tutor Corps offers private tutoring and SAT/ACT test prep.

 A helpful comparison chart that uses PSAT scores to help students decide which test they should take to submit to colleges  (courtesy of Compass Education Group).

Information About California State University System

Calculate your CSU Eligibility Index here. Your Eligibility Index is calculated using your grade point average (GPA) and your ACT or SAT score. The index will help tell if you’re eligible for admission to the CSU. Please be advised that due to impaction, many campuses have supplemental admission criteria.

Click here to learn which CSU campuses are impacted and/or which majors are impacted at each campus.

Click here to see the CAL Grant income and asset ceilings for 2019/2020. Each year the Commission publishes income and asset ceilings for the Cal Grant Program. These ceilings are subject to change until the annual state budget is passed.

Go to CSU Campus Match to see which CSU campus is right for you and has the academic programs you're interested in. 

Apply to the CSU here.

Planning a College Tour

College/University Visit Clusters - A list of colleges and universities grouped by geographic location and size.

Questions to ask on a college visit. - A list of questions to ask when touring colleges to help students and families evaluate the "fit" of the each school.

Please contact Ms. Wuerthner if you need assistance planning college tours, or if touring colleges does not feel possible for your family.