Migrant Ed Program at Oak Grove High School
12th Grade

This is your final year of high school and there are lots of things to accomplish.
Each step will help you reach your goal of going to college.
Stay focused—you are almost there!

 

12th Grade

o   Take English and other courses required for CSU admission.  Advanced math courses such as Trigonometry or Analytic Geometry/Calculus are also recommended.

o   If you were “Not Ready for College Level Mathematics Courses” or “Ready for College Level Mathematics Courses – Conditional” on the 11th grade Early Assessment Program (EAP) exam, you are required to take a 12th grade mathematics course with a prerequisite of Algebra II (or Algebra II) to improve your math skills.  This may increase your chances of passing the CSU’s placement test.

o   If you were “Not Ready For College Level English Courses” on the Early Assessment Program (EAP) exam, visit www.csuenglishsuccess.org to practice your English skills.  This my increase your chances of passing theh CSU’s placement test.

o   Early September: Register for the October SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) or ACT (American College Testing).

o   October-November: Apply to the CSU (www.csumentor.edu).  If you regularly updated your “Student Planner,” your course information will be automatically transferred to your application.  Application deadline is November 30, unless otherwise noted.

o   Apply for scholarships.  Check with your counselor or career center for information.

o   Early November:  Register for the December SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) or ACT (American College Testing) if you are retaking the exam.

o   January-March: Apply for financial aid (www.fafsa.ed.gov). The deadline is March 2.

o   March-May:  Register for the CSU’s placement exam (unless you are exempt), which is required prior to enrollment in the CSU.

o   Late Spring: Students taking Advanced Placement (AP) classes should take the AP exams.  You can earn college credit for AP courses if you score well on the test(s).

 

 

 

*Taken from https://www.calstate.edu/college/twelfth.shtml