Sign up to take the SAT or ACT again this fall. Consult your counselor for more information.
By early fall, select schoolsto which you’ll apply. Most colleges encourage students to applyon-line. Check with Asheboro High School Student Services Departmentoften for scholarship information. Update your list of honors andextracurricular activities for your activity sheet/resume.
In September-November, completecollege applications. If you are required to submit writtenrecommendations, solicit them from counselors, teachers, and people inthe community. The first deadline for many colleges for early admissionis October and November. Many state-supported colleges request thatapplications be received during these months for early admission
By December or January, mostcolleges will notify students of any missing materials for admission.Most colleges will send confirmation that all materials have beenreceived.
Along with your parents, planto attend a financial aid workshop. This workshop is usually given bythe end of January. Respond to college offers of admission and/orscholarship. Notify the college or school you are planning to attend aswell as those to which you were accepted but will not attend.
Keep working hard to maintainyour good academic standing! Upon receiving your final transcript,colleges can rescind admissions if your performance is not adequate atthe end of the year.
College Application Week Survey
2017 Senior Information
Senior Bulletin Fall Semester 2016
College Application Handbook
Senior Parent Meeting 2016
2016-2017 Senior Calendar Dates
CFNC: Student Planner Timeline
- High school planning timeline created by CFNC to help twelfth grade students plan for college
ACT College Planning Checklist
- College planning checklist created by ACT, Inc.
Bigfuture by The College Board
- Resources to help twelfth grade students create a college plan
College Preparation Opportunities through CFNC
- Enrichment opportunities based on interest areas