Golden Eagle Charter School is dedicated helping students discover themselves: their interests, abilities, gifts, challenges, and learning styles. Given that knowledge, and an academic background suited to the modern day world, we are motivated to help our students become happy and productive people. Face to face high school advising is available through the student’s Educational Facilitator and our school counselor.
In addition, GECS has developed checklists for each grade level to help guide students through their high school experience.
There are several college prep checklists, and other preparation materials, available for students wishing to go to a JC or four year college after high school.
California State University system student-campus matching service, financial aid calculator and info, electronic application, campus tours
To better serve students and their parents, College Board redesigned their web site. The site focuses on providing fast, current, and reliable information to help students in preparing for the transition to college. Students can register for the SAT online and receive their test center assignments right away. Students can now create personalized college applications, identify sources of financial aid, and locate colleges that match their talents and preferences.
mapping your Future is a site that covers career planning, college selection, tuition funding and online college applications. A great site to begin your college and financial aid search.
College search, financial aid calculators and info, test prep, practice PSAT, SAT I/II, ACT and TOEFL tests, free prep software, career info
Get help preparing for the ACT or SATs. Try their new interactive crossword puzzles for help with the most difficult words on the SAT. The site also provides links to college and scholarship search sites, online applications, and more!
Provided by St. John's University, Study Skill Guides consists of informational resources to help students improve their study habits.
College Bound Magazine, a free publication available in college counseling, is now on the Internet. The site provides news, advice on making a smooth transition to college, financial aid and scholarship information, and links to school resources.
This site explores how volunteerism can influence your life, and how you can find the right agency and opportunity to match your interest.
This is a free college search and information site, providing information on admissions, financial aid, tuition and more on over 6,000 colleges and universities nationwide.
Don’t hesitate to call your high school counselor to start the process of exploring the direction that is uniquely yours.
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