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Senior Info: SAT and ACT

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Senior Information

Senior Information

UC application currently available, submission Nov 1- 30th 

For information and tips on completing the application visit "Presenting Your Self on the UC Application"


CSU applications open October 1st.  Deadline to apply is Nov. 30th.


Register to take your SAT ( and/or ACT ( if you haven't done so already.


If you are thinking about going out of state and want to stay in the west look at WUE (Western University Exchange)

2018-2019 Senior Grad Information

Admission Application News & Updates


The Fall 2018 application window for California State University system will open on October 1 for Fall 2018 admission.  Students planning to apply to a CSU campus should apply online at  The application window will open on October 1 and closes November 30, 2015.  Fee application waivers for up to four campuses are available for qualifying students.


The Fall 2018 application is now available.  Students can start filling out the application online here and must submit it Nov. 1–30.  Students should check the top right hand corner of the page, next to their name, to confirm the application is for Fall 2018.

  • As a reminder, the UC required writing exercise is not an essay.  Here are some useful tips to share:
    •  Students should focus on themselves; they should use “I” statements
    •  Students should tell everything they want us to know, including what opportunities they had or didn’t have; what they made of the opportunities and resources available to them; what did they choose to do and why; what did they learn as result of what they choose to do; and, how did they take what they learned and applied it to other aspects of their life.

Application fee waivers:

UC will continue to waive application fees (for up to four campuses) for qualified students as a feature of the online application.  If a student is denied a fee waiver on the application, the student should indicate that he wants to pay by mail and submit a College Board/NACAC fee waiver or a letter, which includes the family income and the number of people supported by that income, to the UC Application Center address provided on the receipt.

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