Welcome To The College & Career Center
Home of the Knights!
WHS College Entrance Examination Board (CEEB) Code:
High School Code for Testing & Applications
The College & Career Center located in Room 1003 is open 8am - 3pm Monday through Friday. Students may access services before school, during lunch, after school and by appointment during the school day (we can meet remotely via email or conference call during the office hours mentioned above).
All students, 9th through 12th grade are encouraged to begin planning for life after high school in 9th grade by utilizing the Montgomery County Public School (MCPS) Four Year Plan. Students planning to attend a post-secondary institution, whether two-year, four-year, military or Vocational/Technical Trade should plan to visit the College and Career Center as much as possible.
The College & Career Center offers information about careers and colleges including: college majors, essays, and applications; financial aid; scholarships; resume writing; SAT , PSAT, ACT and much more. It houses a variety of books, catalogues, college brochures, computer programs with specialized guidance material, test registration forms, and other information resources.
Guest speakers and college representatives will be frequent visitors to the College/Career Center. Information about college visits and scholarships will be advertised on the morning announcements, Naviance Family Connections, email, parent listserve and this website.
The College Career Information Coordinator (CCIC), Mrs. Hammond Davis, serves as a guide and facilitator, and provides individual and group instruction. The College/Career Center provides the following services and information:
Career and college presentations
Assistance in college selection, application, and career planning
Financial aid information and assistance
Information and services for families
Scholarships and grant information
Mrs. Hammond Davis' telephone number: 301-321-3362 (email me please)
Mrs. Hammond Davis' email address: Cynthia_a_Hammonddavis@mcpsmd.org