One of the benefits of attending TCCS is the personalized academic and college counseling that is professionally provided for every student in grades 7-12.
~ Cindy Warner, Academic & College Counselor
During the school year, our counselor meets individually with all students and their parents in grades 8 through 12 to pray with them, review their PSAT score report (9th through 11th grade), review their academic progress, review graduation requirements, plan courses for the upcoming school year, review college and career objectives, review college admission requirements (11th and 12th grade), and direct students to College Board online college-planning resources.
For information about college & career, log on to www.student.collegeboard.org where you will find up-to-date and accurate information about:
- College Board Tests
- Planning for College
- Finding a College
- Applying to College
- Paying for College
- Choosing a Career
For up-to-date, concise, and accurate information about College Board tests, planning for college, finding a college, applying to college, and paying for college, log on to www.collegeboard.com/parents.
Look for important college planning information in the monthly College Flyer newsletter and be sure to view the College Counseling Handbook as I am sure that it will answer most of your questions regarding college planning. This comprehensive handbook contains useful information for parents of middle school students, useful tips for parents, standard testing information, as well as information about community colleges, higher education in California, the college application process, financial aid, and much more.
Academic & College Counselor