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College and Career Development

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Visit the College and Career Website

Counselors work closely with the College and Career Advisor to support students in exploring and pursuing post-secondary options including community colleges, public and private universities, the armed forces, and employment opportunities.  
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Read the Weekly Newsletter 

For College/ Career updates, tips, and information we encourage students to read the Weekly Email.
Senior Information

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Senior Information

Counselors will meet with seniors in the fall to go over graduation status, A-G status, and review post-secondary plans. Counselors and College and Career Advisors work with students to achieve their post-secondary goals.

  • 4- year university
  • 2- year college
  • Military 
  • Work
  • Trade School 
  • Other
Resources from Senior Meeting
Sequoia High School SCHOOL REPORT (SR) and Letter of recommendation (LOR) REQUEST FORM
  • Deadline for seniors to turn in SR form for Early Admission: 9/25 (College Application Deadlines between October 15th-December 15th)
  • Deadline to submit SR for Regular Decision: 11/6 (College Application Deadlines after December 15th)
How to Videos to Complete SR/LOR Process (Click here
College Planning 
  • Family Connection by Naviance
    Naviance is an on-line tool that helps students research and organize their college admissions process. Students and parents have access to this website.
  • Cal State Apply
Website used to apply to 23 of the California State Universities. 
  • University of California (UC)
Website used to apply to nine Universities of California.
  • Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)
The Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) is an agreement among WICHE’s 16 member states and territories, through which 160+ participating public colleges and universities provide steep nonresident tuition savings for Western students.
  • Regional Admission Counselors of California (RACC)
RACC is composed of college admission professionals who represent colleges and universities outside the state of California. 
A form that needs to be submitted in order to receive financial aid.
  • Dream Act Application
A form that needs to be submitted in order to receive financial aid for students with DACA or who do not qualify to apply for Financial Aid with the FAFSA application. 
  • Cal Grant 
Website to determine what Cal Grant (A, B, or C) the student will be awarded with. (After submitting the FAFSA)
  • FAFSA Forecaster This link provides you with an early estimate of your eligibility for federal student aid.
Concurrent Enrollment
Since August 2020, the SUHSD will not issue principal’s certification for a university, online program, supplemental education center, and/or course publisher that does not have their own UC approved course list, even if they are accredited. SUHSD will not accept these courses for graduation or A-G. If students take these courses, they can report them on their college applications, but SUHSD will not allow them on our transcripts for A-G or graduation. It is the student and parent/guardians responsibility to contact colleges to see if they will honor it to meet college admissions requirements.
9-11th graders must take a minimum of six classes-four courses on site and substitute up to two courses at the community college.12th graders must take a minimum of five classes- three courses  must be on site and may substitute up to two courses through the community college.
Students may take a maximum of 40 credits (requirement and elective) may be earned by concurrent enrollment/distance learning throughout a student’s high school career through private institutions, online, or community colleges. No more than 20 required course credits may be earned through distance learning/concurrent enrollment. Sequoia HS is NOT responsible for any fees. 
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