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Juniors Resources

Important Information for Juniors

As a junior, there’s a lot you need to do this year to plan and prepare for the future/college.  To achieve your goals, do the following and stay focused.  The future is yours.

  • Strengthen your academic record. Get the best grades possible.  The stronger your high school academic record, the more college options you’ll have.  

  • Be involved in meaningful activities.  Colleges are looking for students who are active and involved in their school and community. 

  • Make a testing plan.  Most college bound juniors take the PSAT/NMSQT in October and the ACT and/or SAT in the spring.  Visit and for information on these tests.

  • Determine your criteria.  Knowing what’s important to you in a college will help you find a college that’s a good fit for you.

  • Make a list of colleges you'd like to attend and start scheduling college visits.

  • Start looking at college costs.

  • Search scholarship  opportunities.

  • Register for the NCAA Eligibility Center if you are a prospective Division I or Division II athlete at

To search for the colleges that meet your criteria, go to Naviance or

  • Make college visits.  Making a college visit is the best way to find out if a college will be a good fit for you.  Think of the college(s) you would like to visit and check their website(s) for visitation options. 

  • Talk to your counselor.  Meet with your counselor to go over your academic record and discuss your college plans.  If you have questions about college test, financial aid, or anything else, your counselor can help you.

Campus Visit Checklist

College Application Process

College Representatives

Financial Aid Information

Future College Athletes

Higher Education Day(College Visit)

INSPIRE- Resources for High School Students

Request for Recommendation Letter Form


Virtual College Tours