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12th Grade Information (Including College)

West Ranch School Code (aka CEEB Code) : 053-864
Scholarship Opportunity:

The Santa Clarita Valley Scholarship Foundation has money to give away to seniors going to a 2 or 4 year college.  Last year, $34,450 was awarded to 17   seniors.  Scholarships were awarded to students from all GPA’s. Click on the link to download the 2020 SCV Scholarship application.

       Click here for: Selective Service Registration
    • Financial Aid Webinar for Juniors and Seniors: Miss our Financial Aid Webinar on Nov. 7th. See recorded version below. For access to the slides for a hard copy, Click Here
    • Miss our live Webinar? Not to worry. See the Senior and Parent College Workshop right on YouTube
    • You can also have access to the slides as well as Questions and Answers that came in after the Webinar closed by clicking here!
  • How to Write your College Admissions Essay (visit Mrs. Reynoso's page for Video)
  • Early Action and Early Decision: Is it right for you? (Click Here)
    • Required College Application Checklist: Not sure if  or how to to fill it out? See Video for instructions:  
  • Not sure How to Apply to College (Access Packet Below)
  • Need a Refresher on what the A-G requirements? Just click .pdf below for an easy to follow poster (see a-g poster version 2)
Need Help Trying to Figure out how to Calculate your GPA? Check out the Video Below:
Step by Step Tutorials to help you Navigate the UC Application
Common Application Video Tutorials: Below are just a few of the Tutorial Videos available on the Common App YouTube Channel. To access all the videos visit: the Common App YouTube Channel
NCAA Initial Eligibility Standards

NCAA Eligibility Center Video

Attention Seniors: If you are taking any classes off campus, such as COC that are needed for graduation must complete them (including the final exam) prior to Winter Break.

Please Note:


The option to have a Period 1 class is a privilege and students who request a Period 1 class are expected to meet the following criteria:


  1. At least a 2.0 GPA in the previous semester
  2. Excellent attendance and Behavior
  3. Students currently enrolled in a P.1 class earning more than 10 tardies and/or absences, will not be allowed to take a P.1 class the following semester.
  4. The availability of Period 1 classes are very limited, therefore students may not get their P.1 request.
  5. Period 1 classes are not guaranteed for siblings.
  6. We cannot guarantee a per. 1 for both semesters.