your counselor for a final college search.
college visits and interviews and attend College
Information Sessions in the CRHS Guidance Office. Parents
are invited to attend any college presentation. The dates
for college representative visits are available via daily
announcements and through Naviance Family Connection under the College tab. If you will be visiting
a post-secondary institution, you must complete a post-secondary visit form (pdf) and submit it
three school days ahead of visit to be an authorized absence. Students
must bring back authorization of their visit. You are allowed three
college visit days.
also check the bulletin boards outside of the Guidance Office
for college "Open Houses" and local college fairs.
CRHS College Board High School Code Number: 070160
college list (schools from less selective to
filling out applications and working on your essays.
College applications deadlines for both early and regular
Tests and academic criteria required for admission!
teachers for recommendations.
Need 2 recommendations for most schools.
Should get recommendations from senior year or junior
Need to give teachers a recommendation form (pdf) and stamped self-addressed
envelope for each school that requires applications to be mailed.
Give teachers enough time (at least two weeks) because
they will be writing recommendations for many students.
Follow up with a thank-you note to the teachers who
wrote recommendations for you!
must complete a "Transcript Request" form for
each school no less than 3 weeks prior to their application
deadlines. Please note: The Guidance Department must
have a "Records
Release Form" (received by the student at the senior
meeting OR can be downloaded) signed by the parents before
any transcripts may be sent. The Guidance Department
will send out the high school transcript, senior year report
cards, secondary school report and school profile.
applications. Student responsibilities include mailing
the completed application and fees.
SAT I and SAT II's if required or ACT.
planning on playing Division I or Division II sports in
college needs to register with the NCAA Clearinghouse online
hard! Colleges look very seriously at your first and second
marking period grades when considering your acceptance.