Whitney High School

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WHS college Career Center
The Whitney High School College and Career Center (CCC) provides a variety of resources for college and career planning.  The CCC is a place where students can come to obtain information on two and four year colleges and universities, testing and test preparation, financial aid and scholarships, career possibilities and college majors descriptions. Students are welcome to come to the CCC before/after school or during lunch to utilize the resources. 
Out-of-State Colleges Info Night and Mini College Fair

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Thursday, November 16, 2017 from 6:30-8:30pm in the Rocklin Library *LOCATION CHANGE*
Meet college admission counselors tonight! This presentation provides information that includes: * Options that exist beyond California* Benefits of out of state schools * Examples of scholarship opportunities * Financial aid and costs * Student life and diversity * How to find your “match” school
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FAFSA Workshops

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FAFSA Workshop
Sierra College is hosting FAFSA and Dream Act Workshops on the following dates and times:
   October 6: 2pm
   October 13: 10am
   October 20: 2pm
   October 27: 10am
   November 3: 2pm
   November 17: 10am
   December 1: 2pm
   December 8: 10am
   Sierra College Rocklin Campus
   V Building, Room V-308
 What to Bring:
- FSA ID To create your FSA ID log in-to http://fsaid.ed.gov
- Social Security Card
- Drivers License
- Alien Registration Number (if you are not a US Citizen)
- 2016 bank statement and investment records
- 2016 Tax Return and W2(s)
- Any records of untaxed in-come received such as Wel-fare / TANF, Social Security Benefits, Child Support received etc.
** Include parent(s) and step parent information for Dependent Students
You do not need to be attending or planning to attend Sierra College to receive help with FAFSA/Dream Act paperwork.  
Work Permits

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Please turn in work permits to the College and Career Center.  There is a two school day turn around time once the completed form is turned in.


Whitney High School Scholarship Sponsor Informationassist a grad
Our local scholarship program is seeking sponsors. Individuals, families, groups, neighborhoods, business, clubs, organizations, etc. are invited to sponsor a scholarship. This is a great way to honor a loved one, promote a field of study or promote your type of business. Scholarships can be offered to honor specific achievements. They can be offered to recognize a student’s individual talent, skill or ability. Scholarship amounts range from $100 to $5000 and sponsors can be as involved in the selection process of the recipient as they choose to be. 100% of all donations to the Assist-A-Grad Scholarship program go directly to students. We follow a share-the-wealth philosophy to allow more students to be recognized and honored for their achievements at Whitney High School.
Please email Ms. Randazzo if you have questions about our process for becoming an Assist-A-Grad sponsor.
Distinguished Community Service Recognition

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medal labeled "Distinguished community service"Students with 150 or more community service hours will be invited (who have no been previously) to the Distinguished Community Service Recognition on November 1.
Community Service Forms must be turned into the College and Career Center
by Friday, October 20th at 3:00pm to be included.
Please see Ms. Randazzo if you have any questions.