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Starting in January of the junior year, the College Counselor
meets weekly with all juniors in a class in which students are introduced to
all aspects of how to choose and apply to a college, as well as career options
and life goals. This course continues through fall of the senior year,
during which time it focuses on completing college applications. During
January and February of junior year, the college counselor also meets with each
family individually to generate a list of college possibilities. She
continues to work with each student and his or her family as needed through the
time they are accepted to college.
On average, 40 colleges and universities will visit
Crefeld each year to meet with juniors and seniors to inform them about their
schools. These visits are announced in morning meeting the morning of
each visit and also posted on Crefeld’s
College Counseling page on Facebook.
To view a list of the colleges
that past Crefelders have been accepted to and have attended, click here.
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http://www.ctcl.org/: The Colleges That Change Lives is an organization of forty schools that were identified by the late Loren Pope as schools who provide a dynamic, collaborative and transformational education.
http://www.educationconservancy.org/: The Education Conservancy is a non-profit organization committed to improving college admission processes for students, colleges in high schools.
The Pennsylvania Student Aid Guide: A free guide to help counsel students and families about the federal and Pennsylvania state financial aid processes.
http://www.collegeboard.com/: Visit this site to register for the SAT.
http://www.actstudent.org/: Visit this site to register for the ACT.
http://www.fairtest.org/: This website provides a complete list of schools that do NOT require the SAT or ACT for admission.