College & Career Center

Welcome to the Westmoor High School

College & Career Center!

Do you know where you’re going after Westmoor High School? Are you unsure of where to start? Well, it’s never too early to start and that’s where the College & Career Center comes in!

I look forward to helping you…

  • Find a career path that is right for you

  • Explore the many options for colleges and universities

  • Navigate the application process

  • Find the Financial Aid that is right for you and your family

I am looking forward to helping you navigate the path to your future success.


Don't know where to start?

Check out CCGI!

The California College Guidance Initiative has everything you need to get started. From career quizzes, to get you thinking about your future, to how to apply for the money you need to pay for it all!

It's simple to get started.

Dust off your Username ( and Password and use the link below to login.

FAFSA and California Dream Act were

Due March 2nd, 2022.

What happens if I miss the FAFSA deadlines?

Don’t miss the deadlines. Plan to submit your FAFSA form by the earliest due date for your best chance at financial aid. Missing deadlines takes you out of the running for money you could get. Some states and colleges continue to award aid to FAFSA latecomers, but your chances get much slimmer, and the payout is often lower. If you plan on going to an out of state college, check with their financial aid department. They may have a different FAFSA due date.

u*aspire's guide to finding and applying to scholarships

Scholarships, money awarded from non-government sources to students to help pay for college, have deadlines throughout the year, so start as early as possible. If you haven’t started yet, there’s no better time than now! Check out the resources on their website.

Click HERE for helpful resources and tips from u*aspire

13 Tips to Bring Your Scholarship Essay to the Next Level

Applying for scholarships would be a piece of cake if it wasn’t for the essay, which often forces us to reflect on ourselves, who we are as people, and what we’ve accomplished so far in life. While it can be the most difficult part of the application, it’s also the most important part.

Click here to get some essay writing tips

Skyline College - Concurrent Enrollment

Start earning college credit as a high school student!

High school students have a great opportunity to get a head start on college by participating in our concurrent enrollment program. Concurrent Enrollment is an enrichment program designed to allow current high school students, who are enrolled in the 9th grade or above, to start taking college classes while still in high school. Students will receive college credit for all coursework successfully completed, and in some courses, earn both high school and college credits.

For more information and steps to begin taking classes at Skyline College as a high school student, visit our concurrent enrollment webpage or contact Jeremy Evangelista-Ramos, College Recruiter at

Calling All Gearheads!

Did you know Skyline College is nationally certified by the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Education Foundation? Skyline College Automotive Technology programs offer students a well-equipped, modern facility, a large fleet of late model vehicles, and extensive hands-on training.

Want to learn more about the Automotive Programs at Skyline College?

Check out this recorded webinar to learn more.

Skyline Automotive Programs Webinar

Find out even more and how to apply here:


Do you need a Letter of Recommendation for your college application or scholarship?

You can request a letter from your Academic Counselor. Just CLICK HERE and complete the form.

Please allows 1-2 weeks for your letter.