COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER
(916) 786-8676 ext. 5111
College Reps please visit Counselor Community to schedule a virtual visit.
The College & Career Center is closed June 4th through August 5th for the summer break
For college & career guidance, military, financial aid, and all other questions related to college & career, please email Teri Keeney @ firstname.lastname@example.org
For Work Permit information, go HERE - For Work Permits over the summer, see below
The College & Career Center is open from 7:30 am to 3:15 pm Monday-Friday. It will be closed June 4th - August 5th for summer break.
Need a Work Permit over the Summer?
Summer Work Permits will be processed from JUNE 7th - AUGUST 4TH at
Independence High School, Summer School Office
Monday – Thursday, 9:00am-1:00pm
The office will be closed on July 4th in observance of Independence Day
Student must be present when picking up his/her completed work permit, as WORK PERMITS REQUIRE STUDENT’S ORIGINAL SIGNATURE. Incomplete applications will delay processing of your Work Permit. Parents may not sign for students
LOCATION: Independence High School, 125 Berry Street, Roseville, CA
PHONE: (916) 786-0793
PLEASE BE SURE WORK PERMIT IS FILLED OUT APPROPRIATELY – SEE BELOW
DIRECTIONS FOR HOW TO OBTAIN A WORK PERMIT:
- Download a “Request for Work Permit” application at:
granitebayhigh.com > Resources > Student > College & Career Center > Work Permits
- Employer completes and signs their section (Work Permits are “location specific” and need Employer Information).
- Obtain parent/legal guardian signature.
- After all sections above are completely filled out (Student Information, Parent Signature, Employer Information & Signature), return “Request for Work Permit” application to the Summer School office for processing.
Work permit will be processed and ready for pick up within 24 hours.
Juniors: Second Chance! Importance of College Essays: UC Focus Webinar
Get a head start on your college app essays!
Free Wednesday, June 2, 2021 5:00-6:00 pm
Sign up HERE
Get a taste of what colleges are looking for in an application essay! Now more than ever, college essays are incredibly important in the college admission process. Since COVID19 has impacted many of the factors in a college application, the college essay is one of the biggest ways a student can show how they stand out from the crowd.
Zoom link will be given upon registration.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE RJUHSD LOCAL SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS!
2021 Scholarship Winner Scholarship Alami, Omar Bill Santucci Memorial Scholarship Aleai, Sahar Granite Bay Rotary Club Paul Schabert Memorial Scholarship Bounar, Heba 1) Eric Seidman Memorial Scholarship, 2) Granite Bay FC Women's Scholarship, 3) Soroptimist International of Roseville Dream Scholarship Brown, Kennedy R.J.U.H.S.D. Future Educator Scholarship Capshaw, Kyle Francis Albert Pink Lacrosse Scholarship Christopherson, Hallie 1) Granite Bay FC Kendra Langham Community Service Scholarship, 2) Francis Albert Pink Lacrosse Scholarship Dewitt, Gisele Edwin J. Schellhous Memorial Scholarship Feng, Garrett Granite Bay High School CSF Scholarship Garcia, Paloma Granite Bay High School CSF Scholarship Garrison, Olivia Bill Santucci Memorial Scholarship Ghaemi, Kaveh Granite Bay FC Men's Scholarship Gray, Kendall Lady Grizzly Basketball Scholarship Islam, Mareesa Granite Bay High School CSF Scholarship Kaluvai, Nirmal Kiwanis Club of Roseville Scholarship Klusnick, Becky 1) Bill Santucci Memorial Scholarship, 2) Granite Bay High School CSF Scholarship, 3) Out Running Cancer: Coach Sturgeon Memorial Scholarship- Cross Country Kurpershoek, Amy Roseville Girl's Softball John A. Gabriel Scholarship/Leadership Award Lebel, Alex Out Running Cancer: Coach Sturgeon Memorial Scholarship- cross country Mallo, Claire John E. Rafferty Memorial Scholarship-Female Ogden, Kacey CTE Pathway Scholarship Onuaguluchi, Keneya Lady Grizzly Basketball Scholarship Peach, Sara Bill Santucci Memorial Scholarship Starr, Alaina Rose Monique Johnson Homes/Pay It Forward Scholarship Wang, Xinyi 1) Bill Santucci Memorial Scholarship, 2)Granite Bay Rotary Club Paul Schabert Memorial Scholarship Wolber, Ty Francis Albert Pink Lacrosse Scholarship
Decision day is around the corner!! Congratulations as you embark on to the next chapter.
Please take a moment to complete the Senior Survey.
Scholarships and Awards
If you have received an academic scholarship or award from the college you will be attending or a community scholarship/award, please complete this form.. http://bit.ly/
You do not list to list RJUHSD Local Scholarships (I have that list) - Winners will be announced at Senior AMA's
We would like to recognize you in the AMA and graduation programs.
SAT/ACT Prep Summer Workshops
SAT/ACT workshops and other free and paid prep services as well. While some schools have gone test-optional, many popular California private schools and out of state public schools still require test scores for admission or placement.
Financial aid awards at a select number of schools will still depend on test scores and GPA.
Summer/Fall 2021 Important Registration Dates:
- April 12: Publish Fall 2021 Schedule
- April 13: Student Registration Time Tickets Published
- May 4: Summer/Fall 2021 Priority Registration Begins
- May 7: Promise Registration
- May 8: Continuing/Returning/Ghidotti Students
- May 11: New Student Registration
- May 12: Academic Enrichment Registration
Financial Aid/FAFSA/Dream Act Virtual Workshops through Sierra College
COVID-19 Response Updates & Resources
Sierra College - HERE
Sierra College New Student Info/Zoom/FB Live Sessions - HERE
UCś response - Read HERE
CSUś response - Read HERE
College Board (SAT, AP) response and updates - HERE
ACT response and updates - HERE
Free AP online support - HERE
Free College Planning - HERE
Free Career Research - HERE
What is test-optional? - HERE
For private schools and out of state schools, please check the school's website
Seniors: Covid-19 Update & Your College Admission - Please check your intended college's website for updates on orientation, campus visits, and more. Information is changing
Where do I Find Scholarships?
Many college scholarships are available to 9th-12th graders!
The internet offers a variety of free scholarship search sites (see below). Be wary of any entity that guarantees you will be selected for a scholarship. Remember: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is! If you think you are a victim of a scholarship scam or financial aid fraud, please report it immediately to the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Inspector General at 1-800-MIS-USED or email email@example.com.
Scholarship page (see to the left)
The College & Career Center
RJUHSD Local Scholarship Program Feb. 1-28
Organizations your family is connected to – Local businesses, clubs, unions, banks, churches, parent's place of employment.
Check your intended college’s website under financial aid/scholarships.
Online searches – be sure they are FREE. Here a few…
- Financial Aid on the Web: finaid.org
- Salle Mae Scholarships: https://www.salliemae.com/college-planning/college-scholarships/
- College Board: https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/pay-for-college/grants-scholarships
- College Board Opportunity Scholarships: https://opportunity.collegeboard.org/
- Going Merry: https://www.goingmerry.com/
- Wired Scholar: wiredscholar.com
- com: www.gocollege.com
- Search for Scholarships: scholarships360.org
- Fast Web: Fastweb.com
- Unusual scholarships
- Prestigious scholarships and fellowships
- Full tuition academic scholarships
- Scholarships for average students
- Community service scholarships
- Scholarships for Hispanic and Latino students
- Cancer scholarships
- Athletic scholarships
- Download a “Request for Work Permit” application at: