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College/Career Visitor Schedule

College Visits will be virtual for Fall 2020. Throughout the months of September, October, and November college admission reps will be offering SJHHS students the opportunity to learn about their schools.  The presentations will include information about majors, programs, scholarships, and campus life. This is a great way to build your college list (Juniors) and ask specific questions about applications (Seniors). All of our campus families are welcome to attend. These online presentations will be after school.   Links will be provided here the week of the presentation.                    

10/19      University of Washington at 4:00

10/20      George Washington University at 4:00 - 5:00

10/21      Baylor University at 4:00

The password will be Baylor1845 if it asks for one.

If students can register ahead of time, that would be awesome! They can use this link:

10/22      College Panel - Consider Out of State at 5:00 (University of Wisconsin, University of Idaho, Seton Hall University)

10/27      FIDM at 4:00 -

10/28      Loyola University - Chicago at 5:00

11/03      University of Oregon

11/04      UC Santa Barbara

Preregister: Once they do, they will automatically be sent the zoom link in a confirmation email. 

In addition, I've also added the zoom link for your reference:

11/10      Concordia University Irvine

11/11      UC Santa Cruz - Preregister at

11/17      Occidental College

11/18      Northern Arizona University at 4:00




Top Factors in Admissions Decisions (In Order):

 According to the NACAC State of College Admission 2010 Report

  • Grades in College Preparatory Courses
  • Strength of Curriculum
  • Standardized Admission Test Scores
  • Overall High School GPA
  • Essay
  • Teacher and Counselor Recommendations
  • Extracurricular Activities
  • Class Rank
  • Student’s Demonstrated Interest 

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Army, Navy, Marines and Air Force ROTC Scholarship Information

Many universities and colleges in the country offer an ROTC or NROTC curriculum. To search ROTC/NROTC programs click on the following links or contact the college's Military Science department for more information on their particular program.

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Attend a Virtual College Fair

College Week Live frequently hosts virtual college fairs with online admissions chats with college representatives for multiple universities and colleges. Students, parents and educators can all participate for free. Click on the following links to register and for more info.