The College Counseling Office works with students and their families to guide them through the college search and application process. College counseling begins, in essence, at the time a family chooses to enroll their child at Cornerstone Christian School. As a school committed to academic excellence, the curriculum is designed to prepare students for success at the college or university of their choice.
At Cornerstone Christian School, students are introduced to the counseling process during the spring of their 8th grade year, and are provided the opportunity to prepare their four year academic plan. With academics as the primary focus, AP (Advanced Placement) and honors classes are offered in multiple core subjects, providing students who enroll, college-credit for coursework. The Cornerstone Christian Counseling Office seeks to partner with parents and students as they begin down the road to higher education.
For information about college & career, log on to www.collegeboard.com/students. where you will find up-to-date and accurate information about:
- College Board Tests
- Finding Your Perfect College/University
- The College Application Process
- How to Make College Affordable
- What’s Next?-Career Information
For up-to-date, concise, and accurate information about College Board tests, planning for college, finding a college, applying to college, and paying for college, log on to www.collegeboard.com/parents/.
Please be sure to look for additional information posted throughout the year. In addition, be sure to obtain the CCS College Counseling Handbook as it will answer many important questions regarding college planning. This detailed handbook offers information regarding ACT/SAT testing, transcript preparation, community colleges expectations, UC and CS requirements, private college pre-requisites, the overall college application process, financial aid, and much more.
If you would like to schedule a meeting, please contact: