College-bound Students

 

What Does the Admissions Office Look For? This link will open in a new tab.
College admissions staff members look for a number of criteria when accepting students to a college.  This section offers some quick facts about the admissions criteria as well.

Importance of High School This link will open in a new tab.
High school performance is the bulk of the college application process.  This section covers the importance of high school, some common mistakes, and different ways of becoming involved.

Entrance Exams This link will open in a new tab.
Entrance exams (SAT or ACT) are required for acceptance into most colleges.  This section breaks down the different exams and what to expect with each different assessment. ACT/SAT Dates & Information

Application Expectations This link will open in a new tab.
The college application process can be overwhelming, and this section helps lay out the expectations and gives common definitions of some key terms commonly used with counselors and admissions officers.

Financial Aid This link will open in a new tab.
The resources provided in this section help explain the financial aid process, answer frequently asked questions, and provide a framework for beginning to understand the financial aid process.

Online Resources This link will open in a new tab.
Here are some commonly visited websites that can help individuals navigate through the college process.

Brochures
The following brochures are also available in the counseling office.
Student Brochure This link will open in a new tab.
Parent Brochure This link will open in a new tab.
Financial Aid Brochure This link will open in a new tab.

Where Do AVCS Grads Go to College? This link will open in a new tab.

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