College Planning

Read below to see what you should be doing to prepare for a college education.

  • Visit with college representatives in the cafeteria, ask questions, and register on 3 to 6 college/university websites to receive information and updates.


  • Early in the junior year, students and parents are encouraged to meet with Tara Garrison, Guidance Counselor to discuss college entrance requirements.
  • Prepare a Top 10 list and begin correspondence with admissions counselors. Juniors are allowed two days for college visits.
  • Visit websites, make accounts, review application, register to receive email updates.

  • Make summer visits.
  • Review your Transcript and requirements for your college choices.
  • Re-take SAT/ACT or Prep Course if needed.

  • Complete Applications - Know the DEADLINE dates
  • Meet with guidance counselor for assistance.

NCAA Eligibility
College-bound student-athletes who want to compete for Division I or II programs at member schools must be certified academically (and also as an amateur) by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Eligibility Center.Interested students should register with the Eligibility Center in their junior year of high school and meet with a high school counselor to ensure core academic requirements are being met. For more information, visit the NCAA Eligibility Center website at