Guidance Department - College Prep

Preparation for College - Level Studies

Evaluate each student's academic strength
Challenge students to explore their interests and reach their potential
Inspire students to do their best work
Prepare educational opportunities beyond high school

Helpful Websites
  • SAT®: The best independent measure of a student's college readiness, the SAT is standardized across all students, schools, and states, providing a common and objective scale for comparison.
  • SAT Practice: The SAT is the only college admission test that offers free SAT practice tailored to each student. When students link their College Board and Khan Academy® accounts, they get a personalized study plan based on their results on tests like the PSAT/NMSQT or SAT.
  • PSAT/NMSQT®: Cosponsored by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, the PSAT/NMSQT assesses skills developed through years of study in a range of courses, as well as through experiences outside the classroom.
  • AP Potential™: Identify additional students who may succeed in AP courses at your institution and increase access and equity with AP Potential.
  • Pre-AP®: See an overview of K-12 professional development resources and services that equips middle and high school teachers with the strategies and tools they need to engage their students in active, high-level learning.
  • SpringBoard® is the College Board’s comprehensive instructional program for all students in grades 6–12. It provides a customizable pathway integrating rigorous instruction, performance-based assessment, and exemplary professional development.
  • Student Search Service® (SSS®): SSS is a free program dedicated to provide information to students about admissions, financial aid, and other postsecondary opportunities without being solicited by commercial entities.

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