College and Career Counseling

Students, parents, and family members: This site is for you! Click on your student’s grade level in the center of the page to learn more about what you can expect from our team each year. 

Parents/Family members:

Click on the Naviance logo to the right to log in to Naviance Family Connection, your personal college and career counseling portal. 

Need a registration code to log-in? These are distributed during College & Career Kickoff Night during Quarter 2 Family Conferences in your student’s 11th grade year. If you are having trouble logging in, contact your student’s College & Career Counselor for help.

Do you have questions, comments, or concerns about how immigration statuses relate to the college and career counseling process? Contact Andrea Navarro, College and Career Counselor. For general community resources, visit our Family Resources Page.

Click on each grade to learn more!

  • 9th & 10th Grade

    • 9th Grade: Weekly Seminar classes taught by Mrs. Goldworm and Ms. L-T which focuses on identity and values.
    • 10th Grade: Weekly Seminar classes taught by Mrs. Repp and Ms. Navarro focused on career exploration, summer opportunities and college.
    • College visits throughout the year including the 10th Grade College Visit Day in the Spring. 
    • Parent Coffee sessions and a Parent Early College Awareness event 
    • Support identifying and applying for Summer Opportunities. To learn more about summer opportunities support, click here. (Link to Liza’s Summer Opps Page)
  • 11th Grade

    • Weekly SAT Preparation classes in English and Math taught by English and Math teachers, and guidance through the testing process
    • Individual support meetings with the student’s own College and Career Counselor.
    • Click here to schedule an appointment with your College and Career Counselor:
    • Support with the early college application process including College & Career Kickoff Night in February and Family Financial Aid Night in June
    • Representatives from colleges and career programs across the country hold short information sessions (called Rep Visits) on campus at Excel
    • Visit colleges in Washington D.C. area during the 11th grade D.C. trip

    11th Grade Helpful Links

  • 12th Grade

    • Weekly Seminar class taught by College and Career Counselors which includes college and program application support and post-high school transition preparation
    • Continued one-on-one support from your College and Career Counselor to complete Admissions and Financial Aid applications.
    • Click here to schedule an appointment with your College and Career Counselor:
    • EACHS scholarships and help with private scholarship applications.
    • Continuous communication with families regarding their Admissions and Financial Aid decisions through parent events and individual meetings.

    12th Grade Helpful Links

    Financial Aid Tools