Calendly Links to Schedule Appointments with your Counselor
Click on your Counselor's Name to Schedule an Appointment. Pick the type of appointment, the day, and time preferred and click Book. You will get an Email confirmation and you can use that as your pass.
Announcements
Scholarship List 9.20.20

CCRC Bulletin 9/18/2020

Looking for Summer 2020 Programs and Internships?

High School Navigator will help you find what is available in Arizona and around the country.  Visit the High School Navigator Website to start your search.
Events
GCU Application Workshop
UA Application Workshop
ASU Application Workshop
Junior Visits
GCU Fieldtrip
UA Application Workshop #2
Graduation requirements
23 credits to Graduate

4 years of English

1 year of Fine Arts or Career and Technology Ed. (CTE)

1/2 year of Health

4 years of Math

3 years of Science

1 year of PE

3 years of Social Studies (World History/Geography, American History and American Government/Economics)

6½ Additional credits
Financial Aid and Scholarship Websites
Senior Timeline
The most important site to qualify for scholarships and financial aid!

All eligible students should complete the FAFSA beginning Oct. 1st for the following school year. Watch for priority deadlines for the colleges of your choice.

Arizona Priority Deadlines

Northern Arizona University – November 15

Arizona State University – January 1

University of Arizona – March 1

Pima Community College – March 1

You can still receive financial aid if you miss these deadlines, but you might receive less money if you miss the deadline. Don't miss out on money because of procrastination!

Use the FAFSA Checklist to get started today!

FAFSA Checklist (in PDF)
Visit the FAFSA Website
Start the CSS Profile. The University of Arizona requires the CSS Profile for students wishing to qualify for the Arizona Assurance Program. Many out-of-state universities also require the CSS Profile.

Visit the College Board Website
Research the Common Application if you are interested in going to college out-of-state. This application allows you to fill out one generic application and send it to all schools that accept it.

Visit the Common App Website
Student Assistance with Grief and/or Trauma

These resources are available to help students dealing with grief and/or trauma:

College Greenlight
College Greenlight wants to make it simpler for you to attend your dream school by providing these free student resources:

Advanced search options match you with schools according to academic and social fit

Get matched with local and national scholarships that are a perfect fit for you

Find schools that want to meet you and explore detailed college profiles

Receive support from your school counselors and/or community organizations throughout the college search and application process

Visit the College Greenlight Website
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