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.
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.
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)
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.
Website to determine what Cal Grant (A, B, or C) the student will be awarded with. (After submitting the FAFSA)
FAFSA ForecasterThis link provides you with an early estimate of your eligibility for federal student aid.
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.