Class of 2023
Once you have scheduled an appointment with your College and Career Counselor, use this checklist to prepare and write down any questions you have ahead of time: Senior Meeting Checklist
If you no longer need your appointment, email your College and Career Counselor and/or College Center Administrative Assistant, Mrs. Coyle immediately.
Mrs. Torgoley (A-K) email@example.com
Ms. Ake (L-Z) firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs. Coyle, Administrative Assistant email@example.com
Still have questions about the College & Career process? Check out our How-To Guide: College and Career How-To's
When applying to a college or university that requires an "OFFICIAL" transcript, you must submit the Transcript Request Form*
Submit 1 form per school (if applying to 5 schools, submit the form 5 times)
* In order for us to send official transcripts, you must sign the FERPA Release section in SCOIR. If you need another invitation to SCOIR or have questions or concerns about the process, please reach out to your College and Career Counselor via email.
You can access your "unofficial" transcript in Infinite Campus to use for self-reporting grades or to take on a campus visit.
If you are using CommonApp: In order for us to upload a transcript to your CommonApp account, you must enter the email address of your College Counselor and invite us as your "COUNSELOR RECOMMENDER". CLICK HERE to read CommonApp Understanding the Recommendation Process
For colleges and universities that REQUIRE a counselor letter of recommendation, you must also submit the:
Parent Brag Sheet (optional)
Be sure to list the application deadline set by the college on the Transcript Request Form when a letter is REQUIRED as part of the application process.
If a teacher is writing a letter of recommendation for your application, either provide them with a resume, a list of your accomplishments, and/or the Teacher Info Sheet
When submitting applications, often you will be asked to report data about your school and graduating class. Use the School Profile to find GPA distributions, class size, and more: 2022-2023 School Profile
The Senior Planning Timeline and Countdown to College information below will help you get a sense of the things you should be doing to prepare for college and the application process. Keep in mind, that not everything is applicable to every student and the lists do not necessarily include every single step. This is a starting point for you, a way to start thinking about what is to come and how to prepare.
Going on a campus tour?
When visiting a college campus, your tour guide may be a current student or an admissions office representative. Below is a list of possible questions to ask while you are there to get a better understanding of what they have to offer and what your experience might be like if you attend.
Use the College Comparison Worksheet to stay organized and do your research!