College Readiness

College Readiness

Overview

West Campus is recognized as one of the Sacramento area schools that send the most graduates to college.

See the data for yourself in this Sacramento Bee article (dated Sept. 11, 2019). The video features five of our graduates from the Class of 2019! 

College Readiness Events

Overview

This page is constantly being updated with events, especially during this busy college application season. So be sure to check back regularly to learn about upcoming virtual events that can help you on the path to attending your desired college. Attending virtual events is an easy way to learn about colleges, near and far, and to learn how to best present yourself in your college applications. Good luck, Warriors!

ACT Exam

Overview

Update as of September 2020: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, testing requirements for many colleges have changed. Be sure to check with the admissions office of any colleges you plan to apply to so that you have the latest information on testing criteria.

California Colleges

Overview

Through California College Guidance Initiative (CCGI) curriculum and support for students, our 9th-12th graders have access to daily and/or weekly activities that prepare them to answer the following:

Scholarships

Overview

Financial aid is money lent or given to you to help you pay for college. Grants and scholarships are kinds of financial aid that you don’t have to pay back; that’s why they’re called gift aid.

All kinds of students get gift aid. Most grants are awarded based on financial need. But a good portion of gift aid is awarded for academic achievement.

FAFSA Information

Overview

To apply for federal student aid, such as federal grants, work-study, and loans, you need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Please visit the direct website in order to walk through It includes step-by-step instructions for completing the online FAFSA as well as pre-application worksheets.