Some useful info, links, and tutorials for all seniors:
The Guidance Department will be offering college application help sessions every Wednesday during lunch (10:50am to 11:30am) via Zoom. The link for these meetings will be sent to all seniors each week via the student's Eastern email account. These optional sessions are for students to obtain clarification about the application process, ask questions related to their applications, and receive assistance in completing any portions of the application. Students can join the meeting for as long or as little as they want. Hope you can join us!
Link to HESAA
Transcript Release Form - send to your counselor
Career & TradesCamden County Career and Technical Studies: https://www.camdencc.edu/academics-1/trade-careers/PB Beauty School: https://www.pbbeautyschool.comRizzieris Beauty School: https://rizzierischools.comPennco Tech: https://www.penncotech.edu/Universal Technical Institute: https://rev.uti.edu/IBEW: http://www.ibew.org/
The academic unit is the term normally used by colleges and universities to express a quantitative evaluation of high school courses acceptable as preparation for college. A full year academic course is evaluated as one unit; a semester course is evaluated as a half unit. Admissions requirements by four-year institutions generally require that a student complete 16 academic units upon graduation from high school. Colleges and universities determine what courses qualify as academic units. Generally speaking, courses in English, Mathematics, Science, World Language and Social Studies are acceptable. Physical Education and electives are not considered academic units. World Language required minimum years of study for four-year college applicants is two years of the same language taken during high school, grades 9–12.
We have colleges visit Eastern on a frequent basis! All college visits are during lunch in the Guidance Office. Check the calendar for specific college visits.
The NCAA requires certain courses be taken in order to be eligible for college sports. To help plan your course selection, the NCAA has provided a list of courses we offer, which they will accept. If you are an athlete and interested in playing sports in college please take the time to look over the courses. The course list is on the Following page under Online Resources.