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Students must sign up for these exams on-line


Please visit with Ms. Seay if you have any questions or concerns

Course Descriptions: English / Spanish

Other ACT & SAT dates are available at different locations.  Come into the counseling office or visit the web sites for additional information.  (Junior students need to register for one of the college entrance exams this year if they plan on attending a 4 year college right after high school) Remember: it’s your responsibility to pay attention to deadlines.

FEE WAIVERS FOR THE ACT& SAT:   If your family qualifies for the Free & Reduced Lunch Program your student also qualifies for a testing fee waiver.  If you do not qualify, but have extenuating circumstances; please contact Cheryl Seay to confidentially discuss obtaining a fee waiver.

CUESTA INFORMATION will be available after the counselor attends the annual Cuesta Informational Conference.  After the conference the counselor will have information regarding assessment test dates, registration, orientation, and admissions requirements.  Information will be distributed to all interested students.

This web site offers an enormous amount of information.  There are free SAT sample questions, mini-tests, test taking strategies, study guides for the PSAT, SAT I & II, AP exams, etc.  You are encouraged you to log on and take a look.

Email: Cheryl Croneis-Seay

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