Welcome to College & Career Planning! The information provided here is designed to help students as they plan for the world beyond high school. We invite you to explore the information provided here, and to reach out to us if you have any questions or if there is anything we can assist you with.
6 Cups to College
This mentoring program is designed to help high school students in their transition to college. If you’d like to join us in this effort, please visit our 6 Cups to College page.
Explore various career options, labor market data, resume writing, and interviewing skills on our Career Planning page.
College Searches & Information
For links to local colleges and universities and to explore colleges and universities in California and beyond, please visit our College Searches and Information page.
If you have any questions about college or career planning, please feel free to contact us directly. You’ll find our phone numbers and email addresses on our Contact Information page.
To view the list of current events that we are either hosting or promoting, please visit our Current Events page.
The California Dream Act allows undocumented students to apply for Cal Grants, Community College fee waivers, and University aid. To find out more, please visit our Dream Act page.
For information about annual College Awareness Night events, Wear Your College Logo to Work and other information relevant to high school counselors, please visit our Faculty page.
Explore federal and state financial aid programs by visiting our Financial Aid page.
For information relevant to foster youth, including the Chafee Grant and educational planning, please visit our Foster Youth page.
For information and resources to assist your child with developing his/her college and career plan, please visit our Parent Information page.
ACT and SAT
To learn more about the ACT, SAT and Pre-SAT, please visit our ACT and SAT page.
Explore scholarship opportunities by visiting our Scholarships Links page.
Explore career and college planning information and resources for students by visiting our Student Information page.
Students with Disabilities
Explore college and career planning information and resources for students with disabilities by visiting our Students with Disabilities page.