Where Will You Bee For College?

May 20, 2016 Melissa Ancheta

After nights of frantically checking emails and logging into portals, the waiting game is finally over. Seniors finally submitted their Statement of Intent to Register (SIR), their declaration of where they will be for the […]

The New SAT

March 7, 2016 Tristan Nguyen

This month marks the introduction of College Board’s newly revised Standardized Assessment Tests. The redesigned SAT aligns more closely with school-taught information, and focuses on skills that matter most for college readiness and success, according […]

Scholarship Opportunities

February 19, 2016 Melissa Ancheta

For seniors, second semester is usually a time to destress, sit back, and relax, and do all of the twenty activities Natalie lists in her article, “What to Do While: Waiting for Admissions Decisions.” And that’s […]

Deena Le (2015)

December 9, 2015 Julie Nguyen

1. SAT 2. GPA 3. Involvements 4. Schools accepted 5. Schools rejected 6. School attending 7. Why? 8. AP Scores 1. 1680 2. 4.25 weighted 3 . tennis, Key Club, Korean Club, CSF 4. UCSD, UCI, […]

The College Scorecard

October 29, 2015 Thaomi Nguyen

  Attention, seniors! Choosing to go to college is one thing, but choosing the right college is totally different. For most people, searching for the college that fits them best can be difficult because the […]

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Johnathan Tran (2013) CSUF

March 11, 2015 Tien Trinh

SAT:  1640 GPA:  3.5 Involvement:  JV Volleyball/ League of Argonauts Schools accepted:Fullerton/  Poly Pomona Schools rejected:  Long Beach Where are you going? Fullerton Why?  Fullerton; Pomona is basically all engineering and I am terrible at math. […]

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Yani Gavaldon (2014) UC Davis

March 9, 2015 Tien Trinh

SAT: 1630 GPA: 3.9 Involvement: Marching band, M.E.ch.A, NHS, Americorp, Volunteer for a nonprofit organization, and a volunteer at a resource center for the city of Stanton Schools Accepted: Cal State Long Beach, Monterey Bay, […]

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