CCS has consistently exceeded the State and National ACT Average Scores for more than 30 years.
Beginning in 2020, ACT no longer provides this information.
NCAA CLEARINGHOUSE Student-athletes wanting to study and compete at an NCAA school to register with the Eligibility Center at eligibilitycenter.org. Students should plan to register before their freshman year of high school (or year nine of secondary school) with a free Profile Page account. Profile Page account registrants get an NCAA ID and important reminders from the Eligibility Center as they progress through high school. These accounts can be transitioned to a paid certification account at any time.
Any student planning to compete in NCAA Division I or II sports must create a certification account before going on official visits, signing a National Letter of Intent or receiving an athletics scholarship.
NAIA CLEARINGHOUSE - Any student athlete desiring to play NAIA sports in college will need to register through the NAIA Clearinghouse at the beginning of their senior year. To register, go to www.playnaia.org. When registering for the ACT or SAT, students need to use the clearinghouse code of 9876 to have their scores electronically sent to NAIA. Cost to register for NAIA is $100.00 as of 2022.
- Guide for the College-Bound Student-Athlete
- Early Decision and Freshman Requirements
- NAIA Fee Waiver Guide
- 2022-23 Official & Policy Handbook
- Find Your Path
FAFSA - Students Should Know:
Student must request a FSA ID at least two days prior to applying for the FAFSA. Beginning in 2024, student must complete the FSA ID and FAFSA in order to graduate high school. Students may opt out of the program, but must go through the process to opt out. Parents (Contributors) are invited by their student to obtain their FSA ID and complete the FAFSA application form, supplying their previous year's taxes. Students can create one by visiting StudentAid.gov.
FAFSA applications will open mid-December. FSA ID's may be obtained now.
COLLEGE VISITS - Individual college visits are for seniors only as stated in the handbook. Permission forms are located on the wall by the high school desk, outside Mrs. Stephens' office, or downloaded here. Forms must be signed by a parent and returned directly to Mrs. Stephens at least one week in advance for approval. Visits are to be made with the parent and student, not for groups.
CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT STUDENTS DO NOT RECEIVE COLLEGE VISIT DAYS.
TRANSCRIPT ORDER FORMS - To request copies of a student's transcript, order forms made be found at the high school desk, on the black bookcase or downloaded here. Please turn in request forms to the Reigstrar, or email to her at email@example.com. The first three are free, thereafter will be $1.00 each.
SELECTIVE SERVICE - Males within 30 days of their 18th birthday, must register with the Selective Service System. See Mrs. Stephens to register or go to www.sss.gov. It's the law.