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College and Career Center is in Room A108.  For appointments, email me at

HOURS: Monday - Wednesday - Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm,

Tuesday - Thursday 7:30am to 4:00pm


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The Annual Fremont Union High School District College Fair is Thursday, September 20th, from 6:00-8:00pm, in the Homestead High School Large Gym and Cafeteria. 


Meet representatives from over 100 colleges and universities.  A STUDENT ONLY hour is from 6:00-7:00pm.  Parents may attend a Q&A panel in the Homestead Auditorium, during this time.  From 7:00-8:00pm the fair is open to all!


We hope to see you there!




Off Campus Waiver Applications for 10th, 11th and 12th grade students, with a hole in their schedule, will be available starting Monday, September 10th in the Guidance Office.  Applications for 9th grade students will be available on Monday, October 8th.  Until then, students must remain on campus during their empty periods.


Students, when you turn in your completed application, please allow 24 hours for processing before returning to pickup and sign for your waiver.




College Information Night for Seniors and their parents.  Wednesday, August 29th at 6pm in the auditorium.



Be sure to sign up with School Loop and Naviance - Student where you will receive the most up-to-date information, such as special events, college representative visits and special programs relating to college and careers, internships, scholarships, summer programs and part-time job opportunities.


If you are apply to Common Application Schools, create your College Pack, "Brag Sheet", "MustangRésumé", and "Parent Questionnaire" under About Me, Home.  


HHS Deadlines for Requesting Letters/Transcripts to  Private Colleges to the College & Career Center:


College Deadline    Before or On November 1        Homestead Deadline          September 19

College Deadline     November 15–December 15       Homestead Deadline            October 10          

College Deadline    January 1 – 15                           Homestead Deadline          October 24         

College Deadline     Later than February 1                 Homestead Deadline            January 9


* IMPORTANT: If you have any changes to your college list after you submit your folder, notify Ms. Lund in person at once. Remember to change your college list in Naviance as well.


Financial Aid

Financing Your College Education - Presented by Katy Fitzgerald, Mission College Financial Aid

FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid

For questions regarding the financial aid application, call 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243) or go to

Fund Your Future Workbook

Cal Grant Information -- Homestead will send your GPA to them, but create an account!

CSS Profile - Private and out-of-state colleges and universities have different deadlines. Go to each individual college’s financial aid website for their requirements and deadlines.

Consumer Affairs Loan Information

Resources for Undocumented Students


College Placement Tests--HHS CEEB Code 053462

First-time Freshmen who have not proven an exemption to the Entry Level Math and English Placement Test) through ACT/SAT scores or college level coursework must take placement tests prior to registering for any classes next fall.

University of California:

California State University: Cal State Apply

Community Colleges:

Santa Clara County Community Colleges--Why Community College?

Sophomores and Juniors  



Course Selection is happening this week.  See the main website for details.

Juniors / Sophomores and Parents are welcome to attend College Information Night 

6pm in the auditorium, April 25, 2018

  • Flyers for ACT dates, SAT dates, Prep Courses are always in the CCC. 

  • Plan to take ACT with Writing/SAT Reasoning Tests and/or SAT Subject Tests in the spring. Sign up to take FREE practice tests available on the PTSA website.  Most colleges and universities accept both the ACT and SAT Reasoning scores. The new SAT will become similar to the ACT test. Yet, students are recommended to take both ACT and SAT Practice Test to find out which test they feel more comfortable with and perform best. There are about ninetycolleges and universities that are test optional. Go to If you are in our school’s Free or Reduced Lunch program, you might be eligible for fee waiver, please see Mrs. Lund in the College & Career Center

  • Plan to work on “Brag Sheet” and “Mustang Resume”. You will find this under the About Me tab on Naviance


All Students

  • Plan ahead for summer activities. Summer internship information is available on “School Loop”. Application deadlines are coming up soon.

  • Plan to visit college campuses in winter, spring and summer breaks. Try to visit when school is in session to get the feel of the campus. Call ahead to schedule tours or visits with admissions officers. Arrange to stay overnight if possible. UC Irvine, and UC Riverside, Wellesley, MIT, and many others colleges and universities are offering such programs. Before you go, explore the college website. Plan to visit six to seven college campuses. Select UC and CSU as well as private independent colleges. Each school has its own “personality”. You might want to consider local colleges first, so you know what to ask and what to look for before you make a long-distance visit.

    • Independent – Santa Clara U, Sanford U, Menlo College, Notre Dame de Namur U, Mills (Women), St. Mary’s College, Dominican U, and University of the Pacific

    • UC – Berkeley, Santa Cruz, and Merced

    • CSU – San Jose State, San Francisco State, Cal State East Bay, and Cal Poly SLO

    • Community Colleges – DeAnza, Foothill, West Valley, Mission, San Jose City, Canada and San Mateo City College

  • Community Service Award Form (Hours Log)