Since 2012,  our district has participated in an annual college application day.  Each high school has designated days in November where school counselors, volunteers, and college representatives host an Apply to College Early event for high school seniors and their families. This year, one of our schools is even extending our application day to include a Saturday. Have you wanted to host your own event?  Well, you are in luck because this event has gone national!  This year, the White House has proclaimed November as National College Application Month.  Want to know more about this event?  Check out this month’s High School Counselor Chat hosted by Amber Shepherd Thompson. Also, I have added some additional resources for high school counselors to use when working with their college bound seniors!


Presidential Proclamation-National College Application Month
Reach Higher
Host an Apply to College Event – For High School Counselor Blog
Parts of a College Application
Khan Academy Video: Walking Through the Common Application
Admission-Early Action v. Early Decision
Khan Academy Video Regarding Early vs Regular Decision
Testing Delays
Student & Parent Resource for Applying to College
Application Timeline
Khan Academy Video: Applying to the Right Number of Colleges
Khan Academy Video: Receiving An Admission Decision
NACAC Professional School Counselor Page
Questbridge Recommendation Letter Guide
Khan Academy Video: Requesting a Recommendation Letter
Khan Academy Video: Writing a Strong College Essay
Khan Academy Video: Succeeding at the College Interview
Questbridge National College Match

NACAC National Conference 2016

September 22-24, 2016
Columbus, OH

States Sponsoring Events

North Carolina 
South Carolina

Search for Colleges With Fee Waivers

Join #HSCCHAT next month!

#HSCCHAT Fall 2015 Schedule

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