High School Information
For the first time, the SAT will be administered on school days, in addition to the traditional Saturday exams. River Oaks will be offering the SAT for all interested 11th graders free of charge on Tuesday, April 10, at 8 am, here on our campus. This is a great opportunity to take the SAT without having to use a Saturday, and under comfortable conditions right here at your school!
11th graders who may want to attend a four-year college in the fall of 2019 need to take the SAT and/or the ACT. And, normally you would need to pay as much as $60 to take the exam.
If you are interested in registering for the SAT School Day Exam on April 10, please let Richard know. You may take either the SAT or the SAT With Essay. We will be posting registration forms soon, but we wanted to give you a heads up now, so that you will have time to prepare for the exam.
And…please note that we will also be offering the PSAT 10 on that same date in April. The PSAT 10 is for our 9th and 10th graders. Be sure to register for the correct test!
Community College Registration Information for the Spring, 2018 Semester
As the Spring 2018, semester approaches, it is time to begin the registration process for community college courses. As you know our students may attend community college courses without paying the $46 per unit tuition (other fees, such as parking, health fee, lab and book fees, may apply). While many of our local community colleges will permit registration for our students in December or January, Moorpark College has implemented several changes that will benefit our students:
- Our students in Grades 9-12 mayregister for classes beginning November 22. This means that students in grades 9 and 10 will no longer need to sit in a class for the first week to gain enrollment. Students below ninth grade will still need the permission of the professor.
- While students with an existing account at Moorpark (your VCCCD number) are now permitted to upload and submit your dual enrollment form to register, we recommend that you still conduct a walk-in registration on November 22.
- The Dual Enrollment form for Moorpark now incorporates the Memorandum of Understanding, so that you will need to complete just one form. This form must be signed by River Oaks to gain permission to take your course or courses. You also need to take with you an unofficial transcript, which we will give you upon request.
- Students in grades are now eligible to take up to 11 units, with the permission of River Oaks.
For detailed information go to www.moorparkcollege.edu, click on “Apply and Enroll,” then click on “Apply for Admission.” Under New Students, click on “Dual Enrollment,” and follow the instructions. If your student has never taken a community college course, the Application for Admission will need to be completed. If he or she already has a VCCCD account, then the process begins with the Dual Enrollment form.
See your teacher, or your Counselor, Richard, for assistance. And remember, this applies to Moorpark College only. See us for help with other colleges.
High school families may make appointments with Richard Intlekofer, River Oaks
Counselor, by contacting him at email@example.com.
Here’s to a successful school year!
High School Questions?
Richard Intlekofer, High School Counselor
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