BCHS College Corner

Do you have questions about college?

Which school is right for me?

Do I want to go to a four-year or a two-year college?

Should I take the ACT or SAT?

What does the application process look like?

How am I going to pay for college?

All of these are great questions that your College Adviser can help answer! If you are a senior and have not met with Ms. Scott, please schedule an appointment by clicking the link below:

Schedule a Meeting with Ms. Scott

I'm a Senior. Right now I should be...

  • Checking in with Ms. Scott - Schedule an appointment above

  • Writing and revising my college essays

  • Submitting the Common Application or the Coalition Application

  • Individually reaching out too all recommenders asking for a recommendation letter (and receiving confirmation that the person will write you one)

  • Request all transcripts electronically be sent to your colleges through Parchment

  • Get all information and materials from counselors and teachers before Winter break

  • FILE YOUR FAFSA! It opened on October 1st. FAFSA helps make college affordable**

  • Studying and seeing your teachers. Grades still matter during senior year!

During Winter Break I should...

  • Check all application deadlines and ensure I have them written down (Regular Decision Deadlines start Jan. 1, 2021)

  • Work on my application essays, resumes, and list of activities (Even if they are optional, you should still submit them!)

  • Look for emails from Student Financial Services or the Financial Aid office of the colleges I applied to

  • Check my school email for updates from college admissions offices

  • Rest, rest, rest! Remember to enjoy my break!

If you are a parent and would like access to this important information,

please contact your child's school counselor:

Libbie Ranson, School Counselor, Students' Last Name A-J

Alex Williams-Diaz, School Counselor, Students' Last Name K-Z


**Remember to file you FAFSA ASAP. Financial aid deadlines vary by school.