College and Career Center
Gunderson students can access current College and Career information through Canvas. If you need help finding the information, please contact your Academic Counselor.Top
College Entrance Exams & Other News
SAT/SAT Subject Test Registration: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org
Official SAT Practice for the redesigned SAT by Khan Academy (FREE): https://www.khanacademy.org/sat
ACT Registration https://www.actstudent.org
Smarter Balanced Assessment https://www.smarterbalanced.org/parents/
Please call (408) 535-6340 or email your child’s counselor to make an appointment
Academic counselors and support program staff are located in the Library’s College and Career Center. They provide academic guidance and assist students with exploring post-secondary options to help them become college and career ready.
- Applying to College
NCAA Information on the Eligibility Center’s COVID-19 response is available at
- Paying for College
Financial aid from the state that does not have to be repaid.
Free money students can receive from different organizations by filling out applications.
Borrowed money from the school or private institutions with varying interest rates that needs to be repaid.
work program through which you earn money while going to school in order to help you pay.
The FAFSA is a federal form students need to fill out in order to be eligible for federal financial aid.
Students can also go to FAFSA4caster to estimate their eligibility for federal student aid!
AB 540 Students
Want more information about the different types of financial aid? Go to http://studentaid.ed.gov/types
Taking Classes at Community College
Gunderson High School students interested in taking a course at a community college must follow the community colleges admission/enrollment process. Please view the Gunderson High School College Concurrent Enrollment Process here. Your College & Career Technician or Academic Counselor can help answer any questions you have.