College and Career Center

  • Welcome to the 2020-2021 School year! 

    College and Career services and resources are available for all RHS students. You can reach me via email, telephone, or zoom for everything College & Career! 



    Roseville High School


    Preliminary SAT / National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test


    Thursday, December 3, 2020 

    TEST DATE:  

    Tuesday, January 26, 2021


     Testing time: 2 hours 45 minutes (plus 45+ minutes for Administrative duties)

    Testing schedule and room assignments will be posted as we near the testing date.

    The PSAT/NMSQT is being offered to 11th grade/Junior students only for the January 26, 2021 test administration date.  



    Who should take the PSAT?

    All 11th grade college interested students.


    What are the benefits of taking the PSAT?

    View questions and answer explanations
    Understand your scores prior to taking the SAT
    Personalized SAT study plan to improve your skills
    National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test potential (11th gr students only)


    Where do I sign up?

    Sign up at the RHS webstore or the Student Services window


    How much does it cost?

    Fee waivers may be available for qualifying students - limited number
    See Mr. Wilson for information


    What is the deadline to sign up?

    Deadline to sign up is December 3rd, 2020


    Who do I ask if I have questions about the test?

    Ask your counselor and/or Assistant Principal Mr. Wilson





    To get the link to the visit, click on the College Name and sign up in the Google Sign Up Form

    Click HERE to see Complete List




    • HBCU Admissions
    • Workshops
    • On Spot Acceptance 
    • Application Fee Waivers
    • Financial Aid & Scholarships
    • HBCU Experience 101 and more! 

    For more information, email 


     Do you have a job? If so, please read the following important information! 

    Work Permit Requirements: In order to obtain a work permit, students need to have a minimum 2.0 GPA and no more than one failing grade and also be in good standing with attendance.  Work permits are subject to revocation if students do not maintain a 2.0 and who are not engaged in their classes. 

    ALL completed work permit applications can be dropped off at Roseville High School front office, no appointment necessary. Work Permits will be ready for pick up the following school day by appointment only.  To make an appointment click HERE  Please bring a pen for signing and remember to wear a mask.

    Please note: Parents are not allowed to pick up the work permit for their student as the student needs to sign the work permit once it is issued.

    Work Permit applications must be filled out completely and have all required signatures. Incomplete work permits applications will not be processed.

    Thank you,

    Mrs. Seider

    Work Permit Applications*  Here   



    Mrs. Jacquie Seider
    Office Hours: 7:00am-3:30pm*

    *Mrs. Seider occasionally takes time away from her desk, going to meetings and visiting college campuses.
    The best way to contact her is through email.

    Follow us on twitter  
         Related image                      

        Hours:             7:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

        Location:         Aministration Building Admin 4

        Contact:          Jacquie Seider

        Phone:            (916) 782-3753 ext. 3080






The college and career center offers:

    SAT & ACT Information       
    Register for ACT: Roseville High School CEEB Code: 052690
    College Information & Catalogs
    Scholarship & Financial Aid Information
    Work Permit Request Forms
    Military Information
    Job Opportunities: Local employers list available jobs with the College & Career Center


  • The College & Career Center invites numerous guest speakers to the RHS campus throughout the year, including:

    • Representatives from University of California campuses.
    • Representatives from CSU campuses.
    • Representatives from community colleges.
    • Representatives from private colleges and universities from across the nation.
    • Representatives from vocational and technical schools such as FIDM (Fashion Institute of   Design & Merchandising), and UTI
    • Representatives from all branches of the United States armed forces.
    • Representatives from ROTC programs for Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marines.