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

The Matt Lynn Memorial Scholarship is now available. It will be awarded to college-bound seniors from Acalanes who have participated in a high school varsity sport(s) and who intend to continue playing a varsity or club sport in college. Student athletes who expect to receive an athletic scholarship from a NCAA Division I school are not eligible for this award. The award will be $2500 to $3000.
The Bose Lamont Scholarship is available for $1500. To apply, your student needs a 3.0+ GPA and the essay question is “how have you been brave”? Email for submission details.
Camp Venture is sponsored by the Rotary Club and runs from Jun 19-23. You can email for submission details.
Where There Be Dragons offers immersive summer programs for students. Your student can come by the office to learn more. Eva Vanek, a Dragons Representative, will be at a table outside the cafeteria during lunch on Thursday, Feb 29.
Please visit our College & Career Counseling website any time for additional information and support.

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Debbie Levy, the Acalanes College and Career Advisor, is here to help students discover their passions and pursue college and career opportunities.

High impact workshops on college application, essay writing, financial aid, use of Naviance (the online college application tool) along with volunteer, internship, and career options.

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