College & Career Center

  • Helping Cleveland High students find success after high school

    The College & Career Center (CCC) is dedicated to serving students in all grades in their post-high school planning. Volunteers assist students on a drop-in basis or by appointment.

    Trained CCC volunteers are on hand Monday through Friday in room 213 to help with post-high school planning: 2- and 4- year colleges, technical education and careers, gap year programs.

    Hours: 9:00 - 3:30 every school day

For Students

  • Need to turn in your Personalized Learning Requirements?

    All CRLE reflections are submitted through a Google Form, NOT through Naviance. 

    Click to complete CHS CRLE Reflection #1

    Click to complete CHS CRLE Reflection #2

     


    Heading for college? We can help you…

    • Find some great colleges
    • Navigate applications
    • Understand college costs
    • With financial aid processes & scholarships searches

    College Prep Checklists:

     

    Unsure about college? We can help you…

    • Feel more confident about college
    • Find other postsecondary opportunities
    • Figure out possible career paths

    Looking ahead? We can help you…

    • Consider your high school courses in light of where you want to go
    • Investigate careers, colleges & technical/professional schools
    • Set up a timeline & checklists

    Volunteers assist students on a drop-in basis, or you can make an appointment to meet with a CCC volunteer. We have computers you can use, catalogs and view books from tons of colleges, information on every aspect of the college & career process, and really helpful volunteers to guide you.

    Stop in and get inspired!

     

For Parents


  • Parents and guardians are welcome to use the resources of the CCC.

    Want to work as a CCC volunteer?


    Email us at clevelandhs.ccc@gmail.com

For College Reps


  • College Visits

    Admissions counselors are invited to login to RepVisits to schedule a visit. Contact Lori Butler for questions regarding your visit. 

    Thank you for your interest in visiting Cleveland High School. We would be pleased to host you and introduce you to our students! 

    More than 100 colleges visit Cleveland High School each year to meet prospective students. Informational meetings are offered throughout the school day. Most college staff find these sessions to be well attended by interested students. 

    All students are welcome to attend these informative meetings as part of their college research process. Seniors are strongly encouraged to make time to meet and interact with the visiting admissions professional who, in all likelihood, will read their application for admission.  Students may view the current list of colleges coming to CHS by logging in to their Naviance Family Connection account. Naviance > colleges > upcoming college visits.

    Students, please sign up on Naviance. Your printed confirmation is your pass from class.

    Cleveland High School Profile

CCC Mentors


  • The CCC Mentor program pairs students with mentors, to help students decide what they want to do after high school. 

    CCC Mentors assist students with post-secondary education planning, career choices, financial aid, college admissions, and scholarship applications. Students who work with their CCC Mentor become more knowledgeable about the steps needed to attend college, university, or training programs. This program is open to any and all students at Cleveland. By utilizing community volunteers as mentors, the College & Career Center extends the reach of the school's counseling services.

    The Goals of the CCC Mentors are to:

    • Provide advising & resources to help students access education and training beyond high school
    • Educate students and families about the scholarship application process and other options for paying for post secondary education


    STUDENTS: Want to work with a Cleveland mentor?

    To participate in the Cleveland CCC Mentoring program, see your counselor or come by the CCC to pick up an application form that will need to be signed by your parent or guardian. You will be matched with a volunteer mentor with whom you will meet regularly in the CCC.