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Current Info for Juniors!

 Juniors will take the SAT's on Wednesday, March 14, 2021.  More information will follow as we get closer to the testing date.


College Admission Guide

The College Admission Guide is a downloadable pdf covering such topics as questions to consider when choosing a college, definitions of key terms used in the admissions process, explanations of the difference between "early decision" and "early action." One of many downloadable bulletins provided by FastWeb, the website also provides a personalized search for scholarships and other things helpful during the college search process.
CSLF to Launch Parent College Planning E-Tips
The Connecticut Student Loan Foundation will be offering online monthly college planning tips for parents. We will offer e-subscriptions to parents of freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Each edition will cover timely information targeted to parents of students by grade level. For instance, junior parents will receive tips on how to plan a college visit, advice on how to assist in the college search, and reminders of when students should begin registering for admissions tests. Parents of seniors will receive tips on how to assist students with the college application process and information on financial aid. This is an exciting new endeavor. Parents interested in receiving this Parent College Planning E-Tips can sign up online at

Timeline for Juniors
Clip art of an hourglass

The following timeline was taken from the ConnectEdu website.

  • Identify college preferences
  • Prepare for the SAT
  • Meet with your guidance counselor
  • Begin researching colleges
  • Continue involvement in extra-curricular activities
  • Continue your college search
  • Narrow down your college list
  • Continue refining your college list
  • Plan college visits
  • Continue college search
  • Discuss your senior curriculum and college list with your guidance counselor
  • Continue college search
  • Narrow down a college list
  • Visit colleges
  • Participate in your summer activities (internship, summer job, volunteer work)
  • Begin college essays
  • Continue college visits