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The UC Application opens August 1st for its nine campuses. The deadline to apply is November 30th. Click to start your application.



Confused about the SAT and ACT?

The official UC page on testing requirements.



Looking to explore the 9 UC campuses open to Freshmen?

The UC has 9 campuses - each unique. They also have a variety of programs and services to help every student. 



Writing the Personal insight questions (PIQ)

As a part of your application to the UC system, you will need to answer 4 of the 8 PIQs.



Looking for resources for high school students and parents?

The UCLA EAOP office updates their website regularly and is a great place for families to start becoming UC ready.



Compare your School Data

Use VS link.

Looking for resources for undocumented students?

The UC system has dedicated many resources to supporting undocumented students.



Need to apply?

The CSU Application opens October 1st for its twenty-three campuses. The deadline to apply is December 4th. Click to start your application.



Looking to explore the 23 CSU campuses? 

Search all 23 campuses to find your ideal university. You can search by location, degrees, size and more.



What is EOP?

The CSU’s Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) provides admission, academic and financial support services to historically underserved students throughout California.



Confused about the SAT and ACT?

Visit the official Freshman testing requirements website.



Looking for resources for undocumented students?

The CSU provided undocumented students with many services and support.



Need to apply for the Common App?

The Common App represents nearly 900 campuses; the application opens August 01. Deadlines and requirements vary by institution.



What are my 2-year college choices?

California Community Colleges

Community colleges accept applications on a rolling basis.



What is the Common App?

This helpful site has lots of information on supporting a student in the journey to a private college.



Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)

If you are a CA resident and interested in attend college in the western states, you may be able to pay in-state tuition. This can save you thousands of dollars on tuition.



Colleges that Change Lives (CTCL)

This non-profit organization supports a student-centered college search process. There are college fairs for families, and college profiles.



Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU)

HBCUs offer all students, regardless of race, an opportunity to develop their skills and talents.




    College Tests (SAT/ACT)

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The Los Angeles Public Library offers students Test Prep courses.



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  • College Advising

Where can I get resources for Foster Youth and Students Experiencing Homelessness?

John Burton Advocates for Youth (JBAY) has developed tools to help youth get the support they need for college and beyond.



Where can I get resources for undocumented students?

Immigrants Rising provides undocumented young people support in getting a college education and a rewarding career - regardless of immigrant status.




    Financial Aid

Free Application for Federal Student Aid

The FAFSA opens October 1st and must be submitted if you are applying to college.



Financial aid can come from federal, state, school, and private sources to help you pay for college or career school.



The California Dream Act Application allows students interested in attending eligible California Colleges, Universities and Career Education Programs to apply for state financial aid.



A Cal Grant A Cal Grant is money for college you don’t have to pay back. To qualify, you must apply for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or California Dream Act Application (CADAA) by the deadline and meet the eligibility and financial requirements as well as any minimum GPA requirements.



"College Scholarship Service” (CSS) Profile

The CSS Profile, short for the College Scholarship Service Profile, is an online application that allows college students to apply for non-federal financial aid."



After your FAFSA or CADAA application is processed, you’ll receive an email letting you know it’s time to create your WebGrants4Students account.




    Instructional Support

Students who are on track to graduate high school with grades of “C” or better will have a better chance to be eligible for college admissions and financial aid awards. To support students towards postsecondary success, the A-G Intervention and Support team has created ELA and Mathematics resources for our students whether they need academic intervention, a course extension opportunity, or credit recovery to re-take and pass an A-G required high school course. These options are provided to help students achieve grades of “C” or better, increasing the number of students eligible for a four-year university admission and favorable financial aid awards packages. Asynchronous PDs for educators are available for our in-house created programs with in-person support by request. The A-G team can also connect school teams with resources and training from District-approved online learning providers such as Imagine Learning.

All students should be monitored at each five-week grading period for on-track status and early warning indicators. Students struggling to meet standards or learning targets, or whose grades are declining, can be matched to real-time intervention resources. Students with end-of-course grades of D or F will need intensive course options to raise a low grade or pass a required course. Refer to program descriptions below for information on supports for your secondary students and training for educators.


To provide timely, personalized grade level resources and supports in specific skills/concepts to fill gaps in learning, prevent low grades and increase grade-level proficiency. Interventions are ideally implemented during the students’ regularly scheduled class, as an integral part of differentiated first instruction. Schools may also offer dedicated intervention labs during Advisory period (if available), before or after school, on Saturdays, and during intersession.

  • A-G Intervention and Support-created Just-in-Time Intervention programs are housed in Schoology groups. Teachers can identify resources based on need, and assign for small groups and/or individual practice.  

    • ELA grades 6th-12th: Secondary ELA Intervention Programs, access code HJ3C-ZF7J-C2XTB

    • Math grades 6th-12th: Secondary Math Intervention Programs access code X3MM-G3BM-NDPRN

  • Imagine Learning Single Standard Concept Recovery Lessons:

    • Blended resources in four content areas to provide additional personalized opportunities for reteaching, learning and practice.

    • The lessons provide instruction, practice and assessment from 1 to 5 hours depending on the complexity of the standard.

PD for Educators
  • A-G Intervention and Support-created asynchronous trainings are available in Schoology. The 2-hour self-paced PDs provide orientation to the principles of timely instructional practices that support grade-level proficiency, and an overview of the materials that teachers can implement. Click the links below for informational flyers.

    • ELA Interventions Schoology Course: Q6D2-WVM7-25K34

    • Math Interventions Schoology Course: GN3T-8N5D-Z6BSC

  • Imagine Learning PD Specialists are available in each Region. They provide workshops, coaching, and implementation support. Schedule training at www.imaginelearning.com/launifiedpd 



Students who have earned a final semester grade below a “C” should be given the opportunity to engage in additional time, practice and assignments to fill gaps in learning, demonstrate proficiency in key skills and concepts, and improve their grade to a C or better. ACE can take place immediately following the semester in which the low grade was posted. The teacher of record and counseling team will support students in ACE to engage in independent or guided learning, as a grade improvement can be activated on their transcript upon successful completion of course requirements. Giving students access to ACE is a priority for raising C or better rates, improving eligibility for 4-year college admissions, and increasing financial aid award options.

  • A-G Intervention and Support-created ELA middle school grades 6th-8th and high school grades 9th-12th materials are available in Secondary ELA Intervention Programs Schoology group: HJ3C-ZF7J-C2XTB
  • A-G Intervention and Support-created Math middle school grades 6th-8th and high school course materials are available in Secondary Math Intervention Programs Schoology group: X3MM-G3BM-NDPRN
  • District-approved textbooks and materials can be utilized by teachers as a personalized solution, with school administrator approval.
  • Imagine Learning Fall and Spring Booster Modules: 
    • Provide 20 to 25 hours of instruction, practice and assessment on the key standards for each semester.
    • Available in grades 6-12 ELA, math, history and science.
    • All assignments with the exclusion of essays are graded in the platform.
PD for educators
  • A-G Intervention and Support-created asynchronous trainings are available in Schoology. The 3-hour self-paced PDs provide orientation to the purpose, structure and implementation of ACE Click the links below for informational flyers.
    • ELA Schoology Course: NQ46-6F6H-TDQMR
    • Math Schoology Course: JMJQ-XWQZ-F6DG9
  • Imagine Learning PD Specialists are available in each Region. They provide workshops, coaching, and implementation support. Schedule training at go.oncehub.com/edgenuitylausd



High school students who earned a final grade of F in a course required for graduation shall be given the opportunity to retake the course, allowing them to demonstrate proficiency, earn a passing grade, and receive numerical credit. Also, students with a final grade of D who need intensive support in the course can be programmed into credit recovery to complete their unfinished learning. Courses re-taken and passed for numerical credit will generate an additional grade in the student’s transcript, with the same course code as the initially failed course. The goal for any credit recovery opportunity is to support students to attain grade level proficiency in skills and standards, earn a final grade of C or better, and to graduate on time with their cohort.

  • Enrollment in a regularly scheduled class during the instructional day provides a traditional approach for students to recover credits.
  • During Summer Term, Winter, or Spring Break.
  • Adult Education sites provide an evening option for the student to take the class.
  • Independent Study offers students a flexible pace to recover credits by entering into a written contract with the teacher of record, their parent/guardian, and the school counselor. In-person and online support with a LAUSD credentialed teacher can be used for this pathway.
  • RIG (Recovery + Intervention = Graduation) is for students to recover up to two courses at a neighboring continuation high school site while remaining enrolled at their high school.
  • Local Design programs are developed by school/department team, utilizing District-approved textbooks and resources to create credit recovery programs that fit their student population needs. Local Design programs are vetted and approved by Regional leadership.
  • A-G Intervention and Support-created PASS (Performance Assessment Student Support) is a flexible, modular program built on EGI principals. Semester programs in ELA grades 9A-12A and Algebra 1, Geometry A/B and Algebra 2 A/B are available in Schoology. PASS is a student-paced option that can take place in a school day intervention or Advisory period (if available as part of the master schedule) or beyond the instructional day. The PASS class is led by a LAUSD teacher credentialled in ELA or Math who has completed the onboarding PD outlined below. Completing the PD will allow teachers access to all program materials and a bank of teacher-facing instructional supports.
  • Imagine Learning virtual courses provide a variety of A-G required subject areas  for students to recover credits. Such courses will be led by a LAUSD credentialled teacher serving as mentor.
  • Imagine Learning Blended Course licenses may be available to schools; contact the Regional office for information.
PD for educators
  • PASS ELA and Math Schoology Course: 3H2M-MJZM-RVH3F
  • Imagine Learning PD Specialists are available in each Region. They provide workshops, coaching, and implementation support. Schedule training at go.oncehub.com/edgenuitylausd


  • A-G Counselor Visit: Narbonne High School


    A-G Counselors Recognition: South Gate High School