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What's Happening In Guidance Now?
Seniors --Bright Future's Scholarship Application Opens October 1st!!!!
What Does It Mean To Be College Ready?
Seniors - Class of 2019-2020
2019-2020 Senior Gameplan For The Future
ACT Test Dates & Deadlines
ACT Test Dates – Register at www.act.org
ACT Test Date
ACT Scores Available
July 13, 2019
September 14, 2019
October 26, 2019
December 14, 2019
February 8th, 2020
April 4th, 2020
June 13, 2020
SAT Test Dates & Deadlines
SAT Test Dates – Register at www.collegeboard.org
SAT Test Date
SAT Scores Available
August 24, 2019
October 5, 2019
November 2, 2019
December 7, 2019
March 14th, 2020
May 2nd, 2020
June 6, 2020
2019-2020 Bright Futures Scholarship
Seniors can apply for the Bright Futures Scholarship starting October 1st. Click here for further instructions.
Check Bright Futures Status - www.FloridaShines.org .
Get Ready For College - Bright Future Eligibility Evaluation.
- Go to College
- Pay for College
- Bright Futures Scholarship - Check your eligibility
- District - Broward
- Last name - student's last name
- Student # (06......) OR Social Security # with X at the end 123456789X
Adult Education & Night School
Students needing additional credits to be able to graduate with their class may enroll in night school. Guidance counselors assist in selecting courses and completing the authorization form.
Please click the link below for FIU's Dual Enrollment informationDual Enrollment Deadlines:Spring 2020: October 3rd Register for Classes on D2L: October 28thSummer 2020: February 7th Register for Classes on D2L: March 9thFall 2020: April 6 Register for classes on D2L: TBA
How many Dual-Enrollment classes can I register for:Grades 9-10 1 Dual Enrollment classGrades 11 2 Dual Enrollment classes (1 must be on CSHS campus)Grade 12 3 Dual Enrollment classes (1 must be on CSHS campus)Summer Session: 1 Dual Enrollment classEarly Admission (Senior Only): Student must take a minimum of 12 College credits per semester. Meeting (TBA)
Juniors and seniors who meet eligibility requirements may be concurrently enrolled in high school and college courses at B.C. or F.A.U. or F.I.U. See your counselor for more information.
Unweighted gpa of 3.0 and higher; qualifying SAT, ACT or PSAT score. See Mr. Belliard in guidance for more information.
Early Admission into College
At the completion of the junior year in high school a student may apply and be admitted to certain colleges which offer early admission. The student forgoes spending the senior year in high school and, upon meeting specific conditions, is awarded a high school diploma after a year in college. See your counselor for more information.
Advanced Placement Courses
Advanced Placement courses are taught in several academic areas and are considered to be at a college level. Successful completion of the course and receipt of a qualifying score on the national AP exam may result in college credit at a large number of colleges and universities. Students registered for AP courses must take the AP exam given in May. See your counselor for more information.
TABE Study Guide
PERT Study Guide
Substance Abuse/ Expulsion Case Manager information (Antonio Nunez)
Please click here for more information on Substance Abuse Counseling