“Students and families, during the current COVID situation staff are working from home and are not able to check their office voicemail on a daily basis. For best results, please email your student’s counselor with questions and concerns. Keep in mind that it may take some time for a response due to the extremely high volume of messages. Thanks so much for your patience and understanding as we work with you to ensure the best possible outcome for your students.”
RLHS hosted a College Fair for nearly 600 seniors in the Twin Rivers Unified School District. The students had an opportunity to meet with representatives from public and private colleges throughout California.
Click here to view a slideshow of the special event.
Advanced Education students may enroll in up to two (2) Los Rios college courses during any semester or summer session. And the normal enrollment fee of $46 per unit is waived for Advanced Education students enrolled in these courses who are California residents and for certain non-residents.
To participate, a student must:
Be at least 16 years old - but not yet 18 - OR have already completed the 10th grade by the first day of the college class, and be currently enrolled in a public or private high school, including home school
Have a high school GPA of 2.7 or higher.
Submit a college application for the appropriate Los Rios college where he/she wants to enroll, and complete an Advanced Education Application with all the appropriate approvals/signatures. The Advanced Education Application includes more detailed information on fees, program eligibility, guidelines and restrictions.
Submit an official high school transcript, or official record of completed coursework and achievement levels
Meet with a Los Rios college counselor for approval
Submit appropriate college assessment results, when applicable, to ensure a prerequisite level and/or appropriate class placement
Find your enrollment date and time on the District's eServices student services portal, and then register in-person at the college where your enrollment has been approved.
Pay other fees and expenses - even if exempt from the enrollment fees - including textbooks, lab fees and the Universal Transit Pass fee.
Supporting your student in school can be quite challenging at times. Listed below are websites with great tools to help your efforts.
Learn about the differences between grants and loans, forecast how much it would cost for your child to attend college, read the College Preparation Checklist, and more. http://federalstudentaid.ed.gov/
Get tips on television shows that will help your child learn well, how to prepare and pay for college, tips on monitoring homework and more. Information is available in English and Spanish. www.ed.gov/parents