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College and Career Center

College and Career Center Office
310-395-3204 x71175 Fax: 310-395-5842
Office Hours: 7:30 am - 4:00 pm


THE COLLEGE and CAREER CENTER provides references materials for students interested in college. Catalogs, view books, applications, and computer software are available for student research. Secondary school reports, letters of recommendations, and testing materials are handled by the center staff. College Fair, Senior Honors, SAT & ACT, FAFSA, CSS Profiles and college representative visits are all part of the services.

Students are welcome to come in before school, during lunch and after school to research specific colleges and financial aid opportunities - access to the internet is available but you need an appointment to meet with one of the college counselors. Students, to schedule a meeting with your college counselor, please click on their signup link to access his/her availability.

College Counselors:

Ernesto Flores (A-G)
e.flores@smmusd.org
310.395.3204 ext. 71475
http://signup.com/go/jZ8ZaK

Julie Honda (H-N)
jhonda@smmusd.org
310.395.3204 ext. 71477
http://signup.com/go/XiNRss

Rosa Mejia (O-Z)
rmejia@smmusd.org
310.395.3204 ext. 71479
http://signup.com/go/TQX2g3



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FREE COLLEGE ADMISSIONS GUIDE
Danny Ruderman, a leading authority on guiding students through successful applications to college for over 14 years, worked with SMMEF and SMMUSD to make this free guide available to parents in our district.

The Top 100 Answers to Your College Admissions Questions is designed to answer many basic questions that 8th-11th grade parents ask, and provide useful additional resources. It should be used as an added-value resource to help the efforts of students and their families to find, apply to, and pay for college. The book will complement and expand the valuable information received from high school counselors and other resources at school.

Danny has gathered the most commonly asked parent and student questions and written fun, easy-to-read answers in his latest book. Here are just a few of the questions you'll find answers to inside: How can students get and stay organized?
When is the best time to take the SAT/ACT/SAT Subject Tests?
How do students learn about different colleges?
What is the most important factor considered by admissions officers?
How important is community service?
How do students come up with ideas for their essays?
. Career-interest search
. College match search
. Scholarship search
. College visit and workshop sign-ups
. Document requests and submissions (including letters of recommendation and transcripts)




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