Thank you to all the families that came to our first CUHSD Out of State College Fair last night @Westmont High School.
It was a success with well over 300 people in attendance, and 25 college representatives.
If you attended but haven't had a chance to answer our quick exit survey, please do so here to help us improve these events in the future.
See you at the next one on February 13th @Prospect High School.
Deadline to submit your applications to some private and out-of-state universities
Last SAT test date accepted by most universities - don't forget to send your official scores!!!
Last ACT test date accepted by most universities - don't forget to send your official scores!!!
Free practice SAT/ACT tests offered at Leigh, sign up here. $20 donation to the H&SC is strongly encouraged to cover future scholarships.
Please note - you can only take one of the 2 tests that day, let us know directly here if you'd like to take the other one on a different date.
CUHSD College Fair @ Prospect High School, 6-8pm
PSAT 10 for the Sophomore class
CUHSD Career Pathway Expo @ Del Mar High School, 6-8pm
CCC closed days 12/23/17 - 1/9/18
Holiday break - CCC will be closed
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