College Information

Table of Contents

College Info Subpages

College of the Week

College of the Week 2023-2024

Tips for College Searching

Keep track of usernames, colleges you are interested in, and more in a Google Sheet Tracker.  Select File -> Make a Copy to create your own copy.  

Store it in your Google Drive folder where you will also store any other college related material.  It is recommended to have a separate Google account just for college and job related communication and files, separate from your personal account.  Be sure you are using a non-school Gmail so that you have access after graduation!

College Search websites:

Creating Your College List

Virtual Tours & Resources

How to Explore College Virutally: 

Webinars to help you on your college journey: 

How to get to know a college online: 

College 101
College Admissions: Where to Start Spring 2021

College Timeline



A-G Requirements

A-G Requirements are the courses required for admission to CSU or UC.  Students must earn C- or better in all A-G courses.  

View the list of A-G courses offered at CVHS: 

Student Athletes

Things to Know / Tips:

College Planning for Athletes

Presentation created by Sara Mascio


Presentation and VIdeo from NCAA Webinar January 2022

Presentation_01112022.pdf helps future student-athletes discover and connect with NAIA schools, coaches and athletic scholarships. PlayNAIA is also the official clearinghouse for NAIA eligibility. Every student-athlete must register with the NAIA Eligibility Center to play sports at an NAIA college or university. 

NAIA Guide for the College Bound Student Athlete: 

COVID-19 updates

NCSA provides tools to help athletes increase their chances of playing sports in college, including online education and performance training, expert recruiting guidance, data-driven college matching tools and access to more college coaches than any other college recruiting service. Today, NCSA is the largest and most experienced college athletic recruiting network, having helped more than 250,000 student-athletes make commitments to their college choice.