The College Advisement Department supports students and families during the college admission process in their sophomore through senior years. Our goal is to provide students with an understanding of how the academic, social and extracurricular aspects of their education affect their prospects for college admission.
What’s Required for Graduation
English: 4 units of credit
Mathematics: 4 units of credit
Science: 4 units of credit
History: 3 units of credit
Foreign Language: 2 units of credit (Three units strongly recommended)
Physical Education/Health: 1 unit of credit
Fine Arts: 1 unit of credit
Computer Science: .5 units of credit
Electives: Remaining units
College Representatives on Campus
Making visits to college campuses can be difficult during the school year. Brandon Hall invites a number of college representatives to the Brandon Hall campus during the year so students have the opportunity to get to know colleges all over the country.
Ms. Nicole Chapman is our testing coordinator. She will help register students for both the SAT and the ACT. It is recommended that students begin taking standardized tests for college during the spring of their sophomore year. Ms. Chapman will also help students in need of special testing. Brandon Hall is a testing center for some SAT testing dates. Please check with Ms. Chapman for more details.