Junior and Senior Year Planning
Class of 2022: Spring of 2021
Class of 2021: Fall of 2020
Below are helpful links and information to help students prepare for their final year of high school and begin post secondary planning
Letters of Recommendation
Please remember to request letters of recommendation at least four weeks in advance from your counselor. This includes recommendation forms for the military, SENDedu and Common App. forms. Please see your counselor with any questions.
- Common Application - The Common Application is a service for students, member institutions, and secondary schools that provides applications that students and school officials may submit to any of our over 500 members.
- SENDedu - SENDedu is a free, secure electronic document transfer service for counselors, teachers, student references and other officials involved in the application completion process. This service allows you to upload supporting application documents to colleges and universities safely and quickly, with no paperwork or hassle.
- NCAA – National Collegiate Athletic Association: Students who plan to attend and play sports at a Division I or II college must be cleared through NCAA. The purpose is to confirm that the student athlete is an amatuer in the sport. A student should register with the Eligibility Center at the beginning of their junior year in high school.
- College Comparison Worksheet
- College - Factors to consider when choosing a college
- College and Scholarship Essay Tips
- College - Visiting a college campus
- College Resources Websites
- Resume - A worksheet to help create a resume
- Senior Planning - Summer Priorities Worksheet
- Senior Planning - Top Ten Things To Do…Before your senior year
- Trade and Vocational Information
- ACT - Register and Practice for the ACT Test
- SAT - Register and Practice for the SAT Test
- Common Application
- Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) Program - Listing of colleges that will not charge you out of state tuition.
- Oregon Student Access Commission (OSAC)
- Federal Student Aid Applying for Federal Student Aid is free. If you are charged a fee online to submit your application you have not applied for aid with the government. You should file your application January 1st each year that you are in college. www.fafsa.gov Not sure if you qualify for Student Aid? Talk to your school counselor
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