Summer Health Career Program
Inland Empire Students Explore Health Careers. Loma Linda University is gearing up for their summer gateway program and you don't want to miss this opportunity! Please note that the deadline to register is May 19th.
Basic requirements to apply include:
Hurry you there are only a few weeks left to apply. Visit www.caps.llu.edu.
- High School Student in grades 10-12
- Complete online application by 5/19
- Two recommendation forms
- Essay (minimum 100 words)
- $35.00 Non-refundable application fee
Service Academy Day
Military Service Academy Day
Hosted by the Office of Congressman Pete Aguilar
Saturday, May 6, 2017
10:00am – 11:30am
Redlands East Valley High School
31000 E. Colton Avenue
Redlands, CA 92374
Representatives from the US Naval Academy, Coast Guard Academy, Military Academy (West Point), Air Force Academy, and Merchant Marine Academy will be in attendance to answer questions regarding:
- Admissions Timeline
- Requirements and Preparation
- Application Process
- Course Loads, Available Degrees and Expectations
For more information please contact: Jared Bosman at 909.890.4445 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
FREE SAT/ACT Resources
Free AP Prepathon
Taking the AP Bio or AP US History exam? Join Kaplan for a free AP Prepathon online Saturday, April 22 and Sunday, April 23 from 10 AM - 2 PM PT to help you get ready for Test Day. Register today at www.kaptest.com/apprepathon. The sessions will be recorded for any students who can not join on 4/22 or 4/23.
Free Practice Resource Hub
Students who are looking ahead to the next SAT or ACT test date can visit our free practice hub to use our online tools including quizzes, full-length tests, and 20-minute workouts. http://ktp.events/hvlaie
College Admissions Fall Visits
COLLEGE ADMISSIONS VISITS
College admissions counselors will be meeting with students on the following dates. Please sign up in the Career Center. You will be sent a pass before the presentation. Please show it to your teacher before you come to the Career Center. It is up to your teacher, whether you may miss their class or not. Pay attention to the times, as they aren’t always a full period. Do not come down early, as we will send you back to your class. Fall presentations are for seniors unless otherwise noted.
NACAC College Fair
Wednesday, April 19th 2017
The National Association of College Admissions Counselors (NACAC) is holding the Thirtieth Annual National College Fair for the Inland Empire on Wednesday, April 19th 2017. This annual fair attracts over 150 major colleges and universities and is specifically targeted toward college-bound sophomores and juniors. Community college and university representatives have requested students who attend middle school, participate in the evening session and be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Informative workshops on the following topics will be provided:
Location: Ontario Convention Center
2000 Convention Center Way
Ontario, CA 91764
Dates and Times: Wednesday April 19th 2017
Morning Session: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Evening Session: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
- How to Select a College
- Financing a College Education
- College-Bound Athlete
- Career Speaker
- ACT/SAT Prep
- College Essay
- 1st Generation College Student
RACC On Campus Mini - College Fair
Mini College Fair
This Thursday, April 13th, we will be having a mini-college fair of out of state colleges at each high school campus. Please check the schedule below to see when this fair will be at your school and encourage your teacher to come out to the quad area.
Citrus Valley Hgih School (7:30am - 9:00am; Block 1)
Redlands High School (9:42am - 11:30am; period 3 & 4)
Redlands East Valley High School (12:30pm - 2:30pm; Block 3)
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors: The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery
, better known as the ASVAB, will be administered at each of the high schools next week. This test is used by the military as an entrance exam or used by our school counselors as a career tool. You must sign up in the Career/Student Center in order to take this test.
CVHS - Monday, April 17th (must sign up by Friday, 4/14)
RHS - Wednesday, April 19th (must sign up by Monday, 4/17)
REVHS - Friday, April 21st (must sign up by Wednesday, 4/19)
Career Exploration Seminar
Skilled Trades Career Exploration Seminar
Prepare to receive advice on steps you can take now to prepare yourself for a successful Welding, HVAC or Electrician career!! Participate in hands-on projects that will give you a real feel for whether a skilled trade career is right for you.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
7pm – 9pm
851 S. Cooley Drive West
Colton, CA 92324
CONFIRM YOUR ATTENDANCE at 888.497.3382 or email@example.com
WebGrants 4 Students
What is WebGrants 4 Students and why is it so important for students to use?
Many students do not know that they need to create a WebGrants 4 Students (WGS) account after they have completed the FAFSA or CADAA so that they can claim their awards. This account also allows students to access tools, resources, and other information that will be helpful with the college financial aid process.
Steps for student to create their own account:
1. Go to the WebGrants 4 Students homepage. (This can also be accessed through CSAC’s homepage).
2. Select the “Create an Account” link.
3. Students will need to use their Social Security Number or Dream Act ID, first name, middle initial (optional), last name, and date of birth to match the CSAC’s records from the student’s FAFSA or CADAA.
4. If their information matches their FAFSA or CADAA their account will be created.
Important Reminders for WGS-
- To claim award students MUST go to WGS and:
- Confirm School of Attendance (must be on their FAFSA/CADAA)
- Confirm that their High School Graduation is certified
If a student is ineligible for a grant they can find the reason on the California Aid Report screen.
WGS should be used on current versions of the following:
- Students who do not claim their Cal Grant award and who are not claimed by a college, will have their award withdrawn at the end of the academic year.
- Internet Explorer
- Mozilla Firefox
Career Express Online for Summer 2016
Career Express Online!!!
Take advantage of course offerings ranging from International Business to Sports and Entertainment Marketing, with so many courses available, now is a great opportunity to get ahead on credits as well as explore new areas of interest. Please speak with your counselor if you are interested or stop by the Student Center and see Mrs. Padilla for more information and program details.
for a complete course catalog and additional information about Career Express Online.
Become familiar with the Career Center facility and the services it provides.
Information about the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test, the SAT Reasoning Test, the SAT Subject Tests, and the ACT.
Information about RHS practicum course sequences that lead to college/university and prepare students for advanced study in general career fields.
Files that will assist students searching for scholarships and financial aid
files that will assist students searching for scholarships and financial aid
Work permit application, interview worksheet, labor laws affecting minors...
Click here to find information that might help you work with your student to maximize success!
Timelines and documents of interest to seniors planning for next year.
Look here if you are interested in applying to a military academy.
These files will assist students and parents in the planning process.
Tutoring Resources and Peer Tutoring Request Form
Information about volunteering and volunteer time sheet
Links to Internet sites that explain tests and list dates for testing
Links to career search websites and other information about careers
CollegeView article about what to do at a college fair. For more interesting information log on at www.collegeview.com.
Links to college search websites and area college websites
Information about local ROP classes and services
Links to financial aid and scholarship websites (For information purposes only -- Redlands High School does not endorse any particular search engine site.)
Test preparation tips and courses. Contact Laura Tracey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 909-725-2458.
Websites for students interested in information about military service and careers
Information about post-secondary programs that lead to specialized employment
Information about volunteering opportunities
Register with the Selective ServiceAll 18-year-old men, including non-citizen immigrant males 18-25 who reside in the US, are required by law to register within 30 days of their 18th birthday. Those who fail to register cannot qualify for federal student grants or loans for college.