The Acalanes College and Career Center serves the entire student population of Acalanes High School in collaboration with the AUHSD school district and its fellow school sites. The purpose is to provide resources for all students in their preparation for life after high school. Whether that includes a four year or two year college, the military, technical training or a gap year, the AHS CCC aims to provide students with a place to research, share and learn how to pursue their goals.

College & Career

All senior students should set up at least one appointment to discuss post AHS plans.  Students can book an individual meeting with Ms. Reicher here

Tuesday, Sept 29 at 7pm - Financial Aid Night
Join Tim Lenahan for an online presentation about college costs. The meeting link is
here, and you can review this helpful handout for details. Learn more about presenter Tim Lenahan.

Mark your calendars for Senior events:

  • Wednesdays and Fridays Senior Academy - Academy is available on Wednesdays and Fridays for all Seniors working on college applications. Students have been emailed the Zoom link. Please have students check their AUHSD gmail accounts for all communications from the CCC. 
  • Tuesday, Oct 13 at 7pm FAFSA Night - The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form allows students to request federal grants, work-study, and loans all in one application. Join us online to learn more. 

For Juniors: Tuesday, Oct 6 at 7pm - Class of 2022 Parent/Student Presentation
Lots of great college planning information. Hear from your Class Liaisons, as well as Wendy Reicher and Counselor Susan Martin. Watch your email for the Zoom link!

Check out the Fall CCC Newsletter for updates!

If you weren’t able to attend our webinar on “Navigating the College Admissions & Testing Landscape”, watch the replay here.

Freshman College Planning
Sophomore College Planning
Junior College Planning
Senior Checklist

Wendy Reicher/College and Career Advisor:

Wendy Reicher

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Wendy Reicher, the Acalanes College and Career Counselor, is there to help guide students in their transition from High School.

High impact workshops on college application, essay writing, financial aid, use of Naviance (the online college application tool) along with Career Day, and general advice help students navigate an often complex process.  

The College and Career Center is off the front quad next to the Counseling Office.