- Ms. Jill Ronsman,
- Dr. Marisa Ostroff
- Ms. Levette McEaddy
- Ms. Whitney Baldo
- Ms. Cathy Martinez
- Ms. Cassaundra Gonzalez
College & Career Readiness Coordinator
- Ms. Karla Garcia
CTE Career Adviser
- Ms. Kim Bailey
- Ms. Bonnie Kneller
Learning Support Coordinator
- Mr. Andres Burrola
- Andrea Valenzuela
Monthly Scholarship List
Learning Support Coordinator (LSC) Newsletter
The purpose of the Learning Support Coordinator position is to advance student learning and development in a proactive, deliberate manner. Learning Supports Co-ordinators support individual student success by providing resources and interventions. There are currently two LSC’s on campus, Andrea Valenzuela-Galvan (email) and Andres Burrola (email).
For an appointment call - 520.225.5125
Levette McEaddy (A-Cn), M151
Jill Ronsman (Co-Gn + Athletes), Finance
Cathy Martinez (Go-L), M150
Marisa Ostroff (M-O), M168
Whitney Baldo (P-Sa), M149
Cassaundra Gonzalez (Sb-Z), M147
Karla Garcia, College & Career Coord., M-145
Bonnie Kneller, Social Worker
Kim Bailey, Career Ready JTED Adviser, T146
Follow Ms. Garcia on Twitter @THMSCollegeGuru
Graduation requirements for the class of 2014
23 credits to Graduate
· 4 years of English
· 1 year of Fine Arts or
Career and Technology Ed. (CTE)
· ½ year of Health
· 4 years of Math
· 3 years of Science
· 1 year of PE
· 3 years of Social Studies (World History/Geography, American History and American Government/Economics)
· 6 ½ Additional credits
Seniors planning on attending college check this link for a timeline of activities you need to plan on completing.
The most important site! All students should complete the FAFSA beginning Jan. 1st for the following school year. Watch for priority deadlines for the colleges of your choice. All Arizona state universities and many other colleges have a priority deadline of February 14th. Pima Community College’s priority deadline is April 1st. You can still receive financial aid if you miss these deadlines, but you might receive less money if you miss the deadline. Don’t miss out on money because of procrastination.
- Research the Common Application if you are interested in going to college out-of-state. This application allows you to fill out one generic application and send it to all schools that accept it.
- Start the CSS Profile. The University of Arizona requires the CSS Profile for students wishing to qualify for the Arizona Assurance Program. Many out-of-state universities also require the CSS Profile.
SAT Test Dates
ACT Test Dates
PIma County ONE STOP 798-0500
All youth coming from low-income households should call Pima County ONE STOP's main number at 798-0500 and ask to schedule a WIA eligibility interview. If they are eligivle for the program (income-based eligibility), they receive the highest level of assistance, which includes one-on-one sessions with a Workforce Development Specialist; individualized employment plan; job search assistance; job search, resume and other free workshops; opportunity to apply for post-secondary tuition assistance; and other services.
Youth ages 16-21 who are "job ready" and score at least at the 7th grade level on a basic education assessment that is administered can apply for the Pledge-A-Job program which matches youth with local entry-level positions; however, at this time we only have a part-time employee working on the progam and have been inundated with applications so there is a rather long wait for assistance. Alos, the program does not offer any additional services.
Youth can apply at www.pima.gov/CED/CS/OneStop/documents/
YouthEmploymentApplication_000.doc then call 798-0519 to schedule the assessment test.
Archer Teen Wellness Center 628-3066
Kino Teen Center Health Clinic 740-4600
Crisis Counseling - SAMHC 622-4600
Pima County STD Clinic 624-8272
Pima County HIV AIDS Testing & Counseling 791-7676
Crisis Pregnancy Center 622-5774
Pima County Health Dept. Family Planning 887-0715
Our Family Services 323-1708
Victim Witness 740-5525
S. AZ. Center Against Sexual Assault 1-800-796-6762
Arizona State University www.asu.edu
Northern Arizona University www.nau.edu
Arizona Western College www.azwestern.edu
Central Arizona College www.centralaz.edu
Cochise College www.cochise.edu
Diné College www.dinecollege.edu
Eastern Arizona College www.eac.edu
Grand Canyon University www.grand-canyon.edu
Maricopa Community Colleges www.maricopa.edu
Mohave Community College www.mohave.edu
Northland Pioneer College www.npc.edu
Prescott College www.prescott.edu
Tohono O’odham Community College www.tocc.cc.az.us
Yavapai College www.yc.edu
COLLEGE & CAREER PLANNING ONLINE
Regional College Access Center (RCAC) www.metedu.org/rcac
AzCIS (Arizona Career Information System) www.azcis.intocareers.org
College Board www.collegeboard.org
Online Campus Tours www.campustours.com
NCAA Eligibility www.ncaaeligibilitycenter.org/
College Green Light www.collegegreenlight.com
College Greenlight wants to make it simpler for you to attend your dream school by providing these free student resources:
· Advanced search options match you with schools according to academic and social fit
· Get matched with local and national scholarships that are a perfect fit for you
· Find schools that want to meet you and explore detailed college profiles
· Receive support from your school counselors and/or community organizations throughout the college search and application process
Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) www.wiche.edu/wue
Common Application www.commonapp.org
College Board Online (SAT & AP® Prep) www.collegeboard.org
FREE SAT Prep www.ineedapencil.com
FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIP WEBSITES
www.fafsa.ed.gov -The most important site!
All students should complete the FAFSA beginning Jan. 1st for the following school year. Watch for priority deadlines for the colleges of your choice. All Arizona state universities and many other colleges have a priority deadline of February 14th. Pima Community College’s priority deadline is April 1st. You can still receive financial aid if you miss these deadlines, but you might receive less money if you miss the deadline. Don’t miss out on money because of procrastination.
www.college.gov – Great site for college choice and financial aid.
www.FederalStudentAid.ed.gov – Straight information on Federal Student Aid.
Check out the RCAC’s blog for scholarship information and get scholarship lists specific to Latino, African-American, Native American, Asian, and Women students, as well as students with differing abilities, and scholarships for students who are not US citizens or permanent residents.