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12th Grade Updates & Info

Congratulations Jason!

Jason Cortez congrats

Welcome Class of 2021!

Upcoming Events

Seniors who will be attending College of Marin after graduation must complete the following steps:

 

                 * Sign up for our upcoming workshops here!*

 

1. Apply to College of MarinHere are step-by-step instructions on how to apply. The instructions are very clear and detailed for you to be able to apply on your own. As always, if you need help, please contact Ms. Cifuentes. 

2. Sign up for College Success Saturday. This is an event you cannot miss! During this event, you will get to meet with a College Of Marin Counselor to be able to talk about what classes you should take next year. They will give you an orientation where you will get to learn more about the campus and the services they offer. You will also even be able to register for classes!

here is a digital flyer and information on College Success Saturday.

3. Register for Summer Bridge (3-week program). This is for students who are comfortable speaking English. During summer bridge you will learn more in detail about College of Marin, how you will be able to transfer in the future, you will get 1 unit of credit, and get to meet other new College of Marin students and have fun!

Check out the Summer Bridge Digital flyer with more info and how to register here.

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Register for Summer Bridge (6-week program) for students who are English Learners and need to practice more English over the summer before starting College of Marin. Here you will learn more about College of Marin, get 1 unit of credit, practice your English and get to meet other new Spanish-speaking College of Marin students and have fun!

Here is the Summe Bridge Digital flyer for more info on how to register for the ESL Summer Bridge.

4. Check out Summer Career Academies opportunities like:

Career Exploration

Education and Social Justice

Architect, Engineer, and construction

Video Production and more!

Register for them here.

Important Information

Application deadlines extended!

CSU/Cal States: 

March 21, 2021- Sonoma State University

 

SAT/ACT Information

Most colleges, Including the UC's, have decided to become "test-optional" for fall 2020 applicants due to the coronavirus, meaning that they will consider your scores if you have them, but won't penalize you if you do not. Check out the list of test-optional colleges.   The CSUs absolutely will not consider any SAT or ACT scores. 

Compass Learning Group publishes an excellent, comprehensive guide to SAT and ACT testing. Compass Guide to admission testing

 

However, if you are applying to any elite colleges or highly competitive majors within a college, test scores might help your chances of admission. Call or email the admissions offices at those colleges to inquire about whether they prefer for you to submit scores. If so, you may want to register for and take the SAT or ACT this fall. They are offered every month, though you may have to go to a test site farther away from Marin. 

If you decide to take the test, be sure to spend several weeks preparing for it. Khan Academy and act.org have fantastic, FREE, independent study online courses. Go to: Khan Academy and Free ACT prep. Or prep with a good study guidebook, such as the most recent The Official SAT Study Guide or The Real ACT Prep Guide. 

Click here to stay updated on SAT tests

Welcome 2020/2021

Welcome to the 2020/2021 school year. Congratulations class of 2021! I am thrilled to be working with you all this school year. This year holds a lot of new learning and reprogramming our everyday lives, know that you are not alone. We, the College and Career Center staff are here for you. We understand that senior year is stressful enough as it is and our goal is to ease some nerves.