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What can high school juniors do to prepare?

English and math skills are critical to success in college regardless of the intended major. Through the CAASPP EAP, California juniors have the opportunity to measure their English and math skills towards the end of the 11th grade. Results are available to students by mid- August or earlier. This allows for students to use the senior year to become 'college ready'. As students are planning their senior class schedules, it is important to know that a math course in the senior year is good preparation for all students, especially those interested in science based and technical majors (science, engineering, nursing, etc).

The best way to ensure success in college and to avoid spending the summer after high school graduation at a CSU is to be prepared in English and math before you enroll!

For more information on the CSU EAP, visit the CSU English and Math Success Web sites:

What services are available for students with disabilities?

Students requiring reasonable accommodations to take part in the Early Start Program need to contact the office providing services to students with disabilities at the CSU campus they will attend in fall. Students will be required to establish their eligibility for reasonable accommodations by providing appropriate disability documentation from a qualified treatment provider. Disability documentation must clearly describe the student’s present functional limitations. Reasonable accommodations for the Early Start Program will be prescribed from the CSU campus from which the student will be attending.

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