Login in to Naviance here.  Choose to login through Google and use your TUHSD sign on and password. 

    To see the SA presentation from the College Night at San Andreas, click here.


    Spring Semester Junior Year

    • Attend class and do your best in all classes!  

    • See your teacher for help if you are not doing as well as you would like.

    • Register for the SATs and/or ACTs if applying to a school that requires testing. No test is required for community college, the University of CA and the CA state University system.

    • Attend local college fairs such as the WACAC (Western Association of College Admission Counselors), which is held at Dominican University of California in April. 

    • Take a virtual tour of a college on the web. 

    • Start thinking about colleges, majors, and career interests using Naviance.

    • Complete the NCAA form at the end of the spring semester if you plan to play college sports.

    • Make sure you are on track for graduation. 

    ACT SAT Testing Calendar

    Optional Junior Summer Activities

    • Visit 3-5 colleges.

    • Provide community service in an area in which you are interested.

    • Take a class at the College of Marin

    • To complete an internship contact Greg Davison at 415-458-3484 or gdavison@tamdistrict.org

    • Work a summer job.

    • Create a resume for jobs, internships, athletics, awards, etc. using Naviance.


    When you move on to Senior Year: 

    • Do more than the minimum class/college requirements.

    • Be sure about classes you list on college applications for senior year, as it is VERY hard to switch classes once the semester has started. Four-year colleges must be notified of any schedule changes after the application is submitted. This does not apply to community colleges.

    • Meet with the College and Career Specialist to discuss and research colleges, look for scholarships and talk about your college choices/career goals.

    • Start working on college applications early. 

    • Take a virtual tour of a college.

    • CSU applications can be submitted as early as October 1st.

    • FAFSA for financial aid will be delayed this year and will go online the first week of December FAFSA

    • UC and California State University deadline = November 30th.

    • Make sure you are on track for graduation.

    • If attending community college, complete application and orientation by late February. Explore the career education options available.

    • FAFSA deadline for CA public schools is March 2nd.  Check other schools’ deadlines.

    • Inform your counselor early about your college plans.

      Please see the College Planning Guide for step-by-step information!


     For help:

    Julie Gannon, College & Career Specialist     

    415-945-3779 jgannon@tamdistrict.org


    Katie Phelps, Counselor               

    415-945-3790  kphelps@tamdistrict.org