Junior Pre-Application College Planning

I am looking forward to working with the Class of 2021 on their college goals!  This page contains some dates, events, and information specific to you.



Junior College Night for parents (January 9 at 5:30 pm)

Individual Family Meetings with College Counselor (see below to schedule)

Senior Application Workshops for students (Before classes start in August)

Senior College Night for students and parents (August TBA)


Calendar to make a family appointment: https://calendly.com/jhauber

To schedule an appointment, click on the link for the calendar above and find an available time that works with your schedule.  

You can schedule a time during the student’s P.E. or study time, before school, or after school.  

Before you make an appointment, you should have most of the following completed from the checklist.  



Junior “To Do” Checklist


On SCOIR (scoir.com)


Update Profile 

Add Parent 

Complete Personal Bio

Complete Activities and Achievement

Complete College Preferences 

Complete Career Profile (YouScience) 

Start your College List

Do Brag Sheet Survey 


Testing Accounts


Set up ACT Account (www.actstudent.org)

Set up SAT Account (www.collegeboard.org)




If you are eligible for a fee waiver, have your parent complete income verification form; return form to Ms. Hauber

If you get accommodations at DLS, you need to request accommodations for standardized testing—you want to start this well ahead of test date

If you are an athlete and plan to play in college register for NCAA Eligibility Center 


ACT/SAT Test Dates

(It is recommended that students take one of each by end of junior year)

February 8 March 14
March 24 (*School Day Test) April 14 (*School Day Test)
April 4 May 2
June 13 June 6
July 18 August 29


College Visits

Visit Days, Open Houses, and other available tours

Complete College Visit Form a week in advance


Information on Scoir scoir.com

Student’s current transcript (Profile—at bottom)

Academic information, gpa and test scores (Profile—Academic Overview)

Resume information (Profile—Activities and Achievements)

YouScience (Profile–Career Profile–Career and Aptitude Assessment)

Brag sheet (Profile–Survey)

College search (College Search)

College list (My Colleges–Following)


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