Ms. Marcey Abrons
Counselor, Academic & College 9th-12th
The mission of HArts Academy College and Career Center (CCC) is to provide our students with a wide variety of information and resources for college and career planning. Our goal is to meet the information and planning needs for our students as they move toward graduation and beyond. In collaboration with the academic counselors, the CCC works to ensure a comprehensive college going culture for all HArts Academy students and provides a full range of college admission information and activities including the following:
The CCC provides a comfortable environment where students can come to obtain information on two and four-year colleges and universities, standardized tests and test preparation and application procedures. Students are also welcome to attend college information sessions hosted by more college representatives visiting the HArts Academy CCC every Fall! The Center also has material on community based and national scholarships, financial aid information, as well as tools for investigating careers and/or college major planning. Students and parents are encouraged to take a look at any of the hundreds of current reference books in the CCC library! Students are welcome to stop by the CCC during lunch or after school to utilize the resources or may schedule an appointment should they have more than just a quick question or require additional assistance.
EVENTS AND WORKSHOPS
The CCC hosts free events for students/parents throughout the year such as the UC and CSU Application Boot Camp, College Fair, College Thursday Workshop Series, AP Exam Information Night to name just a few. There are also workshops on essay writing, the UC Application and Financial Aid information and application assistance.
OTHER USEFUL WEB SITES
Undergraduate admissions for University of California, all campuses
University of California financial aid info
Information on SAT, AP, PSAT
Information on ACT
List of Schools not requiring SAT Reasoning, ACT or SAT Subject tests
Minority Online Information
Out of State colleges and universities offering reduced tuition to CA residents
NCAA Guide for College-Bound Athlete