College and Career Center

College Admission Case Study Night

Whitney High School  is partnering with Rocklin High School to host a  College Admission Case Study Night.  This event will be at ROCKLIN HIGH SCHOOL on Monday, March 13th from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.  This is a great opportunity to better understand the college admission process.  This event is geared toward our current sophomores and juniors.  Space will be limited so complete the registration form and return to Mrs. Randazzo in the college and career center as soon as possible.  
Please see flyer for all details and registration form.

Boys State Nomination (Junior Year Boys Eligible)

Boys State will be held on the Sacramento State University Campus June 17 – June 24, 2017. All junior boys are eligible to apply to be the Whitney High School California Boys State Delegate.
 
Boys State is an exciting, fast-paced week of activity geared toward understanding government, developing leadership skills and just plain fun with top-notch juniors from across California. Citizens of Boys State are considered the builders of the future and your participation could be a life-changing event. College admissions officers and scholarship committees both recognize Boys State citizens as being outstanding young men with tremendous potential to change the future.
 
If you would like to compete to be one of the Whitney High School Boys to be interviewed to attend Boys State, please complete the information outlined here and return to the College & Career Center by Noon, February 10th.
 
You must be available to interview and attend the entire week of Boys State so check your family vacation plans and coach’s summer schedule to confirm your availability. Boys State interviews will be in the College & Career Center on February 20th. You must also attend a mandatory orientation on Saturday, April 22th at 9:30am at the Roseville Veteran’s Memorial Hall if chosen.
 
Please come by the College & Career Center if you have any questions about Boys State.

Girls State Nomination (Junior Year Girls Eligible)

Girls State will be held on the Claremont McKenna College Campus from June 26 – July 1, 2017.  All junior girls in the top third of the class are eligible to apply to be the Whitney High School California Girls State Delegate.

Girls State is an exciting, fast-paced week of activity geared toward understanding government, developing leadership skills and just plain fun with top-notch juniors from across California. Citizens of Girls State are considered the builders of the future and your participation could be a life-changing event. College admissions officers and scholarship committees both recognize Girls State citizens as being outstanding young women with tremendous potential to change the future.

If you would like to compete to be one of the 5 Whitney High School Girls to be interviewed to attend Girls State, please complete the information outlined here and return to the College & Career Center by Noon February 10th.  

You must be available to interview and attend the entire week of Girls State so check your family vacation plans and coach’s summer schedule to confirm your availability. Girls State interviews will be in the College & Career Center on February 14th. You must also attend a mandatory orientation on Saturday, April 22nd at 9:00am at the Roseville Veteran’s Memorial Hall if chosen.

Please come by the College & Career Center if you have any questions about Girls State. 
 

FAFSA Info Night at Sierra College

Sierra College is delighted to announce that it will be offering a series of Financial Aid Workshops. Seniors looking to complete a FAFSA application for the upcoming 2017-18 academic year can attend one of our Friday workshops on the Rocklin campus during the next few months.
 
Please see the attached flyer for dates and information. Click Here for Sierra College campus map.
No reservation is required for these drop-in sessions.  
 
*You do not need to be attending or planning to attend Sierra to receive help

If students bring the correct documentation they should be able to complete the FAFSA application at the workshop. The students will need to create a FSA ID which replaces the PIN# and this can be done at http://fsaid.ed.gov and will serve as their legal signature.