Financial Aid: Did you know that a Cal Grant is $MONEY$ for college that you do not have to pay back!! To qualify you must apply for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This application process opens on October 1st. Follow the below link to get started. Analy High School automatically uploads your GPA to the Student Aid Commission. If you wish to Opt out of this submission you must file the GPA Opt Out Form by October 1.
Cash for College Workshops:
Get free professional help to complete the (FAFSA) and the California Dream Act Application at Analy High School on Thursday October 18th. Presentation starts at 6:00 in the theater and hands on workshop starts right after. Please sign up in the Career Center room 103. See the below link for more workshop locations:
Students may enroll in classes at the S.R.J.C. while they are enrolled at Analy High School. High School Dual Enrollment Students are exempt from enrollment fees. See Flyer for more information. Use the Application form here or pick up a copy in the Counseling office. Students will need to see their counselor to determine which classes to take.
Notices have been mailed out to students that should consider Summer School this year, that will be held at Laguna High School, starting on Monday, June 17th until July 25th.
Please follow the below link for an application or you can come to the main office between the hours of 7-3:30.
All college and universities in the United States accept either the SAT or ACT for admission purposes. Many colleges advise that you take the tests by October or November of your senior year.
- SAT 2018-19 test dates are: Nov. 3rd, Dec. 1st, Mar. 9th, May 4th and Jun. 1st. For questions and to register for the test see the link at SAT.
- ACT 2018-19 test dates are: Dec. 8th, Feb. 9th, Apr. 13, Jun. 8, and Jul. 13th. Form more information and to register, see link at ACT
The code for Analy High School is 053345.
Please see the below link for upcoming *FREE* 'Path to College' workshops & classes hosted by various Sonoma County Library branches!
If you missed the event that was on Wednesday October 3rd in the Theater, please view the above presentation. All the secrets were revealed!
To obtain a work permit a student must have academic prerequisites of 2.0 or better, have earned the number of credits to graduate with his/her class as a high school senior and have passed 20 or more credits in the previous semester. Student must also have attendance prerequisites. Students sent a truancy notice will have their work permit revoked for 9 weeks and must demonstrate regular attendance during these nine weeks to obtain a new one. Students who have been sent a second truancy notice will not be issued a work permit for the remainder of the school year or their work permit will be revoked for the remainder of the school year. Work permits are issued to students between the ages of 12-17. To obtain a work permit see Mrs. Taylor in the counseling office. Hours are 7-3:30 M-F. Work permits expire five days after the opening of the school year so they must be renewed every year.
Make an appointment with your Guidance Counselor or the College and Career Center using our new appointment system. Students can now come into the office to make an appointment using our touch screen Kiosk. Counselors are available to speak with students regarding academic, college, or personal issues in order to keep each student on a successful path to graduation. Appointments are linked to the counselors calendars.
Career Center Events:
- St. Mary's College and UC Berkeley Field Trip Wednesday, April 3rd. Sign up in room 103 and get your form.
- SRJC Application Workshop. April 15th. This workshop will help with Summer/Fall application for admission, logging in to the student portal, and high school concurrent enrollment forms. Sign up in room 103