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Upcoming Senior Events and Deadlines

  • 5/6-5/17: AP Testing
  • 5/21-5/22: Senior Finals
  • 5/24: Senior Checkout
  • 5/29: Senior Walks
  • 5/30: Graduation practice at Hoover

Senior Meeting Information

Don’t forget to turn in all books and pay all fines before checkout!

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African American Recognition Ceremony

CalKIDS gives students who are low-income, homeless, foster, or migrant youth up to $1500 for free to use for college. Students will need their SSID to register, the SSID can be found on their ATLAS portal.

College Applications​​

Please begin all applications via CaliforniaColleges.edu to create an account, click “Register Account”

California State University

  • Students must meet all A-G and GPA requirements (2.0+).
  • Applications open October 1, 2023.
  • Students who are eligible will be pulled out of class to complete application.

University of California

  • Students must meet all A-G and GPA requirements (3.0+).
  • Applications open October 1, 2023.
  • Students who are eligible will be pulled out of class to complete application.

Community College

  • All students are eligible.
  • Students will complete all four steps of matriculation at school.
  • Application opens September 1, 2023.


Financial Aid​​

Step 1: Create an FSAID

How to Create an FSA ID This serves as login and digital signature for current and future FAFSA applications. Must be done by parent and student.

Step 2: Fill out FAFSA or Dream Act Application

2024-2025 FAFSA– Application opens in January 2024

DREAM Act Application– For students who are undocumented and unable to file a FAFSA application.

Step 3: Activate your California Student Aid Commission (CSAC) Account

Create CSAC Account​– To be completed at least seven days after submitting FAFSA form. This is for financial aid from the state of California.

Step 4: Monitor email and mailbox to ensure you receive any communications sent by FAFSA or CSAC.


Scholarships

College Board Big Futures Scholarships, two $40,000, multiple $500: Ongoing

FastWeb Scholarship Database: Scholarships catered to each student

Central Valley Scholars: Multiple Scholarships by Category (Undocumented, LGBTQ, First-Generation, Student Parents, Disabled Students, etc.)


Military

Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB): Students must take this test to enlist in the military. The ASVAB test this spring will take place on March 6, 2024. Please contact Mylena Santana Bailey for more information at Mylena.Santana-Bailey@fresnounified.org

US Army: Sgt. Michael Vo- michael.vo4.mil@army.mil

Air National Guard: Tsgt Angela R. Powell- angela.powell.4@us.af.mil

Army National Guard: Grant Sewell- grant.m.sewell.mil@army.mil

Vocational​ Schools

Paul Mitchell

Institute of Technology

Gurnick Academy

San Joaquin Valley College​

Milan Institute


Campus Culture

Contact Cal LaFlam– For questions regarding Senior events, graduation, etc.

Jostens

All Senior graduation orders will be done through Jostens. They will visit Hoover to give out order packets in the Fall. If you need more information or missed the presentation, please contact them directly at (559)275-2800 or ask your Counselor for a packet.


Documents and Resources

Work Permit Application- all sections must be complete before returning to Counselor.

UC Personal Insight Questions Worksheet

Staying Connected​​

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