College Counseling

Click on any of the tabs below to learn more about the ways in which our College Counselors guide our students year-by-year.

Freshman Year

  • Course selection meetings and four year planning
  • Assurance of meeting graduation and college requirements
  • Assistance with resume building
  • Assessments on learning style and career interests
  • Guidance on transitioning to high school, study skills, and goal setting
  • Exposure to PSAT with test prep
  • Access to Naviance, a college and career planning tool
  • Freshman Night for High School Success
  • College Fair

Sophomore Year

  • Course selection meetings and academic advisement for honors & AP levels
  • Assessments on strengths, intelligences, & personality as it relates to majors & colleges
  • Assistance with college research
  • Exposure to PSAT and ACT with test prep
  • Continue to assist in building resume and goal setting
  • Access to over 150 college representatives during the school day
  • Sophomore Night for College Planning
  • Parent meetings for college readiness
  • Access to Mock College Applications’ Night with college representatives
  • College Fair

Junior Year

  • Individualized family meetings to review course selections, senior year courses and college goals
  • Required small group meetings on college planning
  • Official PSAT and ACT given with test prep
  • Recommendations for colleges given to students
  • Junior Night for College Planning
  • Access to Mock College Applications’ Night with college representatives
  • Parent meetings for college readiness
  • Access to over 150 college representatives during the school day
  • College Fair

Senior Year

  • Ongoing individualized meetings to review college list, graduation, college and testing requirements
  • Personalized letters of recommendation written for each student
  • Required small group meetings for college planning and application process
  • Senior Night for College Applications
  • Summer College Application Bootcamp
  • College Seminar Class in the Fall
  • Test prep provided to all seniors
  • Access to over 150 college representatives during the school day
  • College Fair
School Profile

Download the JSerra School Profile 2016-2017 to view student and faculty demographics, graduation requirements, grade distribution, ACT and SAT statistics, college matriculation, and more.

Class of 2016

Learn about the Class of 2016's statistics — including scholarship dollars awarded, college admissions numbers, and average SAT and ACT scores.

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JSerra Catholic High School

26351 Junipero Serra Road
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
Phone: 949.493.9307 | Fax: 949.493.9308
Email: info@jserra.org

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