Phone: 720-886-1000
Fax: 720-886-1029
Attendance: 720-886-1259 (A-L) 720-886-1261 (M-Z)

5100 S. Picadilly St
Centennial, CO 80015
Starting in March counselors like to meet with all juniors to have a conference to discuss student progress towards graduation and plans for after graduation. Juniors will receive a pink slip with their scheduled conference time. The conference will last approximately 45 minutes and should take place during a study period. We look forward to meeting with juniors.

Junior To-Do List:
  • Get on Naviance and start researching colleges, and get your list of prospective colleges up on “My Colleges” in Naviance.
    • This list will help us contact you specifically if we get information about the colleges that you have placed on your “My Colleges” list.
  • Register for the College Opportunity Fund at College in Colorado.
  • Register with Fastweb, a large scholarship search engine.
  • Begin work on Resume on Naviance, documenting everything you have been involved in both in school and out of school since freshman year.
    • This information is important to have on hand when filling out college applications and scholarship applications senior year.
  • Begin work on Senior Letter of Recommendation form (pick it up in College & Career), and be thinking of people you would like to write your letters of rec for your college and scholarship applications. We strongly encourage you to have at least 3 letters.
  • VISIT COLLEGES that you are considering applying to, it is important to make that personal contact!!
  • If you are unsure of a future career, research careers on Naviance using the “Explore Careers” and “Explore Interests” links.
    • “Explore Interests” is a survey that will help link you to occupations that fit your interests, as well as to colleges that offer what you are looking for.
    • “Explore Careers” helps you research certain careers in depth.
  • You will take the ACT in April, it will be offered again in June and then not again until September.
    • Keep in mind; you can take this test more than once, colleges will look at your best scores. Same goes for the SAT.
    • You can register for the ACT at (you do not need to register for the April ACT) and for the SAT at
  • In researching colleges, be sure to look at their admission requirements, to make sure you are meeting their admission criteria in regards to course work, tests (ACT, SAT, SAT Subject Tests), ect.
  • In the fall be sure to check the “Visit Schedule” on Naviance to see when college reps are coming to Eaglecrest. This is another opportunity to make that personal contact with the colleges you are considering.
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