The College and Career Center is equipped with student work stations, eight computers, and a comfortable meeting area. The Center provides resources for college searches, resume writing, and career exploration. The activities of the career center are overseen by Guidance and the School-to-Career Coordinator. Students may attend information sessions with college representatives and receive assistance with Naviance.
The CCC is located in the high school commons and is open during school hours, 7:35am - 2:20pm. The center is staffed by an assistant beginning at 7:35am and students are encouraged to visit during their study halls or lunch periods. The CCC Coordinator, Mrs. Deb Ranicar, will be happy to assist you.
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UPCOMING COLLEGE / CAREER VISITS
Check Naviance for final schedule (sometimes last minute changes take place) and check back for updates to this listing!
To attend a college/career visit, students must sign up on Naviance. Please check back frequently because college visits are updated almost every day! Students are responsible for checking with their classroom teachers and making up missed work if they attend college visits.
Please click on the links below for additional information:
Naviance Family Connection
Naviance is your college and career planning tool! See which colleges are visiting GMHS, create a resume, develop a list of colleges that match your interests, access free SAT online training, check out the current list of available scholarships, and MORE.
Sign up on CollegeBoard for the SAT or SAT Subject tests, learn about AP exams, send your test scores to colleges, search for scholarships and create your CSS Profile (the CSS Profile is a financial aid form required by some colleges. Check the Financial Aid section of their websites to determine if you need to complete the CSS Profile).
Sign up for the ACT, send your test scores to colleges, and learn more about college planning and financial aid. Check out the FAQ section for an overview of the differences between the ACT and the SAT.
NCAA Eligibility Center
Interested in playing competitive sports in college? Student-athletes must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center to be eligible to play NCAA Division I or II sports. Students must register online by entering personal information, answering questions about their course work and sports participation outside of high school, and paying a registration fee.
The Common Application
Seniors can use the Common Application to create a single application which may be used to apply to several colleges. Not all colleges use the Common Application, so be sure to check each college website to determine if you can apply via the Common App.
Use this free application to apply for federal student financial aid. Colleges have different deadlines for completion of this form, so check their websites to confirm when it is due.
Plan to visit this national college fair when it heads to Springfield (the Big E) or Hartford (the CT Convention Center)!
The CSS Profile
Click on the link above to access the link to the CSS Profile, which is a financial aid form required by some schools IN ADDITION TO the FAFSA. Check each college's financial aid information page to determine when this form is due.
Please stop by the College and Career Center to see all you can accomplish!