Class of 2022 Parent Presentation
Maryland Higher Education Commission is a guide to help students prepare for college in the state of Maryland. It is a valuable resource scholarships, grants, financial aid, and training, as well as other pertinent information.
The college search, application and admission processes can be daunting. Please remember that your Guidance Counselor is available to meet at any time to provide assistance. In addition, the College Admission Handbook from Get in 2 College, LLC provides a great deal of information to make the processes a little easier.
For a list of colleges and universities that consider SAT/ACT scores optional for admission, click here.
Carroll Community College Application and Registration Process
Planning on playing a sport(s) in college? Make sure to refer to the NCAA Eligibility website for important and up-to-date information.
Are you interested in joining a branch of the military? To learn more about the process of applying to a Service Academy, click on one the links below:
Website to determine what your EFC may be. http://www.collegeconfidential.com/efc/intro.html
Johns Hopkins Pre-College Summer Programs: Pre College Programs/ Summer at Hopkins (jhu.edu)
Senior Student Resources
Transcripts: When you are ready to apply to colleges, a Transcript Request Form must be completed and turned into the Counseling Office. Please make sure to hand in the request 10 school days prior to the application deadline date. This is the amount of time needed to process transcripts. Click on this link for a copy of the Transcript Request Form: Transcript Request Form
Student Self-Assessment: Many college applications require Counselor and Teacher recommendation letters to be sent along with the transcript. In order to assist those writing these letters we ask that all students complete a "Brag Sheet" (Student Self-Assessment) and submit it along with the Transcript Request Form to the Counseling Office. Click on this link for a copy of the Brag Sheet: Brag Sheet
College Visits: Juniors and Seniors are granted two (2) days each year for college visitations without being charged as absent. The request for visitation must be submitted PRIOR to the college visit date. The College Visitation Form must be completed and signed by the student, parent, teachers, and counselor. Upon return to school, verification of the college visit should be presented to Mrs. Cooper in the Main Office.
Have you ever wondered what career path would be best for you? To help you discover what type of job would best suit your talents, refer to the following websites:
Carroll Community College Career Self Assessment
Mapping Your Future
My Next Move
College Reality Check
To view a current listing of available employment opportunities, refer to the job search websites listed here:
Explore Career Options: Click Here