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College and Career Center


In the College and Career Center there is pertinent information for Freshman through Seniors and all of our student's families. 
Freshman can learn how to get involved on campus and the many benefits to being involved! 
Sophomores and their families can learn about programs offered at West-Mec, the low-cost CTE program. They will take a personality profile exam, to explore personalized college and career options. Also, they will be given the opportunity to take the PSAT exam. Students can explore the job board if they are looking for a part- time job, and get help with building a resume!
Juniors are introduced to PVUSD's extensive scholarship list. They are invited to attend the college visits both on and off campus. Students are re-introduced to Method Test Prep- to help them study for the SAT and ACT exams. Juniors can also explore personalized college searches through Family Connection. Students can explore the job board for part time or seasonal employment!
Seniors are offered professional help in completing their FAFSA application. They are encouraged to attend the college visits on and off campus. Seniors can receive help applying to colleges.
Parents: If you have questions about colleges: scholarships, paying for college, college application timeline, career paths, joining the military, technical career training, college visits, summer or part- time jobs contact: Djin Anderson at djanderson@pvlearners.net or 602.449.5051 I am available before during and after school over the phone, through email or you are welcome to stop by room 150 so we can meet in person!

Attention Seniors: If you have been accepted and plan on attending a College/ University send me a picture with your acceptance letter, and we will make you a placard to display on campus! We are proud to support our students! Email pictures to: djanderson@pvlearners.net

College & Military Visits








After consultations with their Counselors,
visits to our College and Career Center,
use of Family Connection
AND
NCHS graduates have moved on to:


Click here for a list of colleges that have accepted NCHS students.
NCHS does not endorse any of the colleges listed above.
To determine what post-secondary plans are best for YOU,
use the resources available to you.
Discuss with your family,
as well as your guidance counselor, teachers
and our College and Career Center.
The Arizona Commission for Postsecondary Education (ACPE)
from the Arizona Department of Education can also guide you.
Thinking of attending a community college first?
This website can help you with your decisions.