- AP and Honors
- Performing Arts
Continuaremos actualizando a los padres a través de nuestro sitio web http://svvsd.org/coronavirus-espanol.
Navigating your way from high school to college can, at times, be overwhelming. Here is a collection of resources that you can use to prepare for the journey ahead. If you have specific questions, please don't hesitate to contact your counselor.
|College in Colorado||
A free website to discover your path, design your path, and own your future in higher education.
|20 Questions to Ask College Reps||
Whether you meet them at a college fair or on a campus visit, college reps genuinely enjoy talking to high school students and answering questions about their college.
College in Colorado is a free and very imformational resource for career research, college searches, finanical aid, testing support and other important information. Each SVVSD student has a login:
MyMajors.com MyMajors.com conducts a 10- to 15-minute interview with students seeking assistance with their selection of a 4-year college or university major. After accumulating and analyzing information about the student's high school course achievements, course enjoyment, standardized test scores, and personal preferences, MyMajors recommends six majors from the most commonly offered majors.
|Vocational, Trade and Technical Schools||
This site includes information on many schools offering vocational programs and career training options.
|Quick Guide for Local Vocational and Trade Schools||
Quick reference for local Vocation and Trade school. Technical and Trade Schools.pdf
|Best Colleges for Careers||
College is a major investment in your future. Our series of industry reports is designed to help you choose a path forward.
|American College Foundation||
The American College Foundation is a resource for parents and students for college planning, scholarships and finanical aid.
Review site to check out online college options.
|Homeless Students and the College Process||
A resource to help students who have experienced homelessness with the college process.