Plan Your Way to College
College Fairs Go Virtual
- Find out how to "visit" college fairs
♦ Explore CCGI: Linked here is how to log on and start using your CCGI account for everything you need to know about college and career.
♦ Explore College Majors through College Majors 101
♦ University of California: linked here is how to begin applying
♦ California State Universities: linked here is how to begin applying
♦ Common Application: linked here is how to begin applying
♦ Pasadena City College (PCC): linked here is how to begin applying
♦ Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) Go out-of-state for an in-state price!: linked here is more information on how to save!
Want some help with the UC Personal Insight Questions? Use this Guide for Freshman Applicants!
♦ FAFSA - Opens Oct. 1st: linked here is how to apply
♦ California Dreamers - Opens Oct. 1st: linked here is how to apply
♦ Cal Grants - Create an Account: sign up here
♦ PCC Promise: learn more here
Programs Helping Blair Students
Learn about the organizations directly assisting Blair students with the journey to go to college such as: College Access Plan (CAP), PCC TRIO Talent Search, UCLA EAOP, Cal State TRIO Upward Bound, PCC Outreach Office.
Blair's Partnership with Pasadena City College
Pasadena City College (PCC) provides outreach services at Blair. PCC representatives support Blair students by presenting and providing information on the admission and application process, programs and opportunities available at PCC and financial aid help and resources.
Outreach Office - email@example.com - (626) 585-7287 or (626) 585-7266
For in-depth information about services, visit the Outreach Office's website for here.
College Access Plan (CAP)
DISTANCE LEARNING: College Access Plan (CAP)'s usual Drop In hours and classes are taking a different form during distance learning! Watch for announcements about events, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
College Access Plan (CAP) provides services to both middle and high school students at Blair.
- CAP offers after school courses for middle schoolers. This multiweek series focuses on developing academic, social and self-advocacy skills. Topics include high school prep, college prep, career exploration and self-advocacy. Email CAP's Middle School Program Manager, Natasha Mahone, email@example.com, to sign up, or stop by during CAP's high school drop in hours at Blair, Mondays and Wednesdays 3:00-5:00 in A206 to let CAP know you are interested.
- CAP Drop In hours at Blair are Mondays & Wednesdays, from 3:00-5:00 pm in room A206. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
- CAP offers fall and spring SAT classes. As with all CAP services, these classes are free.
- Also from CAP have been Family Welcome events, CAP/PEN "Prepare to Succeed" event, Financial Aid workshops, CAP/PEN "Ultimate College Roadmap" event and CAP/PEN "Finding the Right-Fit College" presentation