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PSAT Testing 2013
PSAT Results Presentation 2009
AP and IB
AP Registration Information
College Awareness Seminar for Juniors and Parents
Junior Parent College Workshop
Junior Registration Schedule 2012
Sophomore Registration Schedule 2012
Important Upcoming Dates
College Workshops Part I - Fall 2012
2010 Future Freshman Night Presentation: The Four Year Plan
Four Year Plan
Just the FAQ's: A Survivor's Guide to High School
Just the FAQ's
Sophomore Orientation for the Class of 2013
Freshman Orientation for the Class of 2014
Presentation to Incoming Panther Parents: April, 2011
Eighth To Ninth 2011
AP / IB Presentation 2008
AP / IB Overview
Middle School Presentations
NPHS Counselors' Presentation to Sequoia PFA
CVUSD Correspondence Course Approval Form
Alignment of Requirements for the University of California and the California State University
The subject requirements for the University of California and the California State University are now the same. These include the following:
4 Terms of CP or Honors English;
3 Terms of CP or Honors Mathematics;
1 Term of CP or Honors World History;
1 Term of CP or Honors U.S. History;
2 Terms of CP or Honors Lab Science, 3 recommended (Biology, Chemistry, Physics);
2 Terms of CP Foreign Language, 3 recommended;
1 Term of Visual or Performing Arts;
1 Term of CP or Honors electives.
College Entrance Exams for Juniors
All college-bound juniors are reminded to register for the SAT 1, SAT 2, and/or ACT at least once during the spring. The test calendar for these examinations is published each month in the Panther Pursuits. For information regarding entrance tests, please attend the seminar described above, or contact Lynne Hill in the NPHS College and Career Center at 498-3676, ext. 1101, or at email@example.com. Students may register online for these tests at www.collegeboard.com for the ACT at www.act.org or SAT 1 or SAT 2.
California High School Proficiency Exam (CHSPE)
The CHSPE is a voluntary test that assesses proficiency in basic reading, writing, and mathmatics skills taught in public schools. To find out more about the exam please click the link below.
Seniors - Bring us your good news!
When you receive your letters of acceptance from colleges and universities, please bring the letters to your counselors so that we can congratulate you, and also so we can make a copy for our bulletin board and for school recognition in the daily announcements.
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updated September 17 2013 14:34:40.