Handouts and Presentations:
- Junior Year Fall Presentation
- Things to Do - Junior Year
- Registration PowerPoint
- 11th into 12th Grade Registration Form
- Academic Requirements
- Scholarship and career planning - start looking now
- Financial Aid - helpful links to start looking at
- BRIDGES - a career exploration and interest profiler; this will help guide you toward careers that meet your interests; this link gives you information to create a login and portfolio.
- Tutor Resource List†- this is a list of community resources available for tutoring. Students can also request a tutor at REV in the Career Center.
- Brag Sheet†- complete this brag sheet, before you ask for a letter of recommendation.
- Collegeboard - SAT information, AP information and college planning. College Board also has some great tools for test preparation and college planning:
- SAT Question of the Day - a free app that has the last 30 days of SAT questions, straight to your smart phone.
- Research information on colleges - the Big Future program allows you to look up schools by location, majors, school size; put in different criteria and see what school fit your interests.
- SAT and College Application Fee Waivers - contact your counselor or Mrs. Quesada in the Career Center regarding fee waivers. Here are the guidelines for fee waivers.
- AP Scores - AP scores and resources for AP classes
- Khan Academy - College Board has partnered with Khan Academy to help students prepare for the SAT.
- NCAA - interested in playing sports in college? Check your eligibility.
- CaliforniaColleges.edu - a source for college and career planning in California
- ASVAB - Interested in joining the military? You will need to take the ASVAB test. Find out more information about the test here. Contact the Career Center at REV to see when it will be offered at school.
- California Career Zone†- a career exploration system. It connects users with California occupational options and colleges. Also includes budgeting tools.
- California Career Resource Network†-†The California Career Center (CalCC) is your career planning website with tools to help you map your future, whether looking ahead to college, apprenticeship, the military or other options.