SAT QUESTION OF THE DAY
Welcome to the Eagle Rock High School College Office Home page. Here students are invited to explore college options, ask questions, and seek out financial aid information.
Below are several links to sites concerning college admissions, Scholarships, financial aid, college life, academic assistance, and health and safety.
As always, in utilizing resources from the Internet, students should "keep their wits about them" and know your source. Not everything you read may be the truth. Be careful and share your information only with reputable organizations.
So that the college office may better assist you in your college application process, we need to know the colleges to which you are applying, their application deadlines, and other information as well as have your and your parents' permission to share information with those schools. You may fill out the attached form and submit it to the counseling office or send it as an attachment to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students without documentation can apply for state assistance here:
- Graduation and College Requirements and Information here
- College Summer Programs and Camps is a list of available programs and camps for students. The list was compiled by the Eagle Rock High School College Office, GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs), teachers, and parents at Eagle Rock High School.
- ERHS Alumni Scholarships
- Download & fill out using the following pamphlet:
- Eagle Rock High School Alumni Association Scholarship Foundation.
- For another list of schools, camps, experiences, and other activities please see Peterson's: http://www.petersons.com/summerop/code/ssector.asp?sponsor=1
- www.CaliforniaColleges.edu is a Web site designed to provide pre-admission information about colleges and universities in California. The site is easy to use and includes information about the colleges, financial aid, planning for college, and much more.
- Find The Best.com - Find and compare thousands of colleges, universities and junior colleges based on location, tuition rates, percentage of students accepted and average SAT scores.
- The National Association of College Admissions Counselors: Information and resources: http://www.nacac.com
- United States Department of Education: http://www.ed.gov
- College Board Online - Association of schools and colleges offering services and programs in the areas of assessment, guidance, admission, placement, financial aid, curriculum, and research: http://www.collegeboard.com
- FastWEB - Information to locate and apply for college scholarships, internships, loan and savings opportunities, and to successfully transition from high school to college and from college to career: http://www.fastweb.com
- Financial Aid - a privately run financial aid information site http://www.finaid.org
Students who need letters of recommendation either from the College Counselor or from a teacher are encouraged to fill out the Senior Brag Sheet (resume) downloadable here.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- Undocumented students and college (AB540) (English | Spanish)