Welcome to Arizona College Preparatory
College and Career Center
Mrs. Dalton, the College and Career Center Specialist, will help with any questions you may have. This is your place to find information on scholarships, volunteer opportunities, universities, community colleges, FAFSA, career exploration programs, summer opportunities, SAT & ACT dates and more.
Check this web site regularly for updated dates and information.
Seniors: Be ready, college applications open in June! Make sure you have ALL of your Community Service or volunteer hours documented. Be sure to ask teachers for letters of recommendation right away. Pay attention to the calendar to take advantage of college admission representative visits. I will be using a text messaging app called "Remind 101" this year to communicate deadlines, upcoming admissions rep visits, scholarship information and more.
Juniors: Pay attention to the calendar so you can take advantage of college admissions representatives visits to our campus. Work on those community service hours!!!! The PSAT is offered in October and although colleges do not look at this score for college admissions, your score may qualify you to become a National Merit Scholar or National Hispanic Scholar. The ACT will be offered to juniors for free in April. Some students may also want to take the SAT. Be familiar with testing dates so you can choose the best time for you to take the SAT. Schedule campus visits to help you make those final college choices. Begin to ask your teachers for letters of recommendation toward the end of your junior year.
Freshmen & Sophomores: Take a look at the Volunteer Opportunities, keep a log of your hours and help yourself qualify for scholarships! College and career exploration should be your focus. Spend time on some of the links provided to help you discover careers and degree programs that are of interest to you. Your freshmen and sophomore years are a great time to take the PSAT practice test.
Email Mrs. Dalton with any questions or to set up an firstname.lastname@example.org
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