College is an important choice. At Phoenix Charter Academy College View, we provide students with all the resources necessary to successfully continue their education.
A successful college education begins with the right preparation. On this page, we’ve compiled a list of resources that will help you through the process. Review the “Pathway to College Readiness” flowchart to assess where you are and what you need to do to enter college, apply for scholarships and grants, and take the proper entrance exams. A world of opportunity awaits you!
A successful college education begins with the right preparation. On this page, we’ve compiled a list of resources that will help you through the process. Review the “Pathway to College Readiness” flowchart to assess where you are and what you need to do to enter college, apply for scholarships and grants, and take the proper entrance exams.
Here, at PCACV, we believe in encouraging our students to maximize their potential. Concurrent College Coursework, offered at Phoenix Charter Academy College View, is a program that allows students to enroll in Shasta Community College courses without being formally admitted to Shasta Community College. Concurrent College Coursework opens the door for future careers and sets students up for success, as an adult, by offering career training and much more.
College OPTIONS helps students of all ages and their families in Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama, and Trinity counties make informed choices about post-high school education by providing advisors in the schools, confidential financial aid advising, free workshops, and up-to-date informational material.
There is no "magic bullet” for scholarships. It takes time, research, and effort. However, it is effort that can literally pay off. College OPTIONS is working to create materials on their website to improve your access to and ability to secure scholarships. (Note to parents: your student is the person who should be doing this research and the applications.)
Applications for The McConnell Foundation scholarship programs are now available online Here for students residing in Modoc, Shasta, Siskiyou, Tehama, and Trinity counties, or in the Big Valley High School District in Lassen County. These scholarships come with a total financial award of $30,000, mentoring, and personal/academic/professional development opportunities.
Please encourage your students to apply. More information can be found on the website or by contacting David B. Tanner, Scholarship Program Officer, The McConnell Foundation, by phone at 530-226-6233 or by fax at 530-226-6230.
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