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One of Carlmont's counselors, Ross Yokomura, explains the A-G requirements to sophomores in the College and Career Center. The A-G requirements are used by Carlmont to determine what classes a student must take to graduate high school. Many colleges also use these same requirements to determine whether a student is qualified to apply to their college.

The road to college admission

February 29, 2020

Future jobs, salaries, reputation, and education; so much rides on a student's choice of whether they should attend college and if so, where. As a result, it is important for s...

Colleges visit Carlmont students for the semester

October 4, 2016

Adriana Ramirez reports on college visits, what they are, and how students react to them.

Hearing other people rejoice over their acceptances is terrifying when you've just gotten rejected.

Keep your colleges to yourself

March 25, 2015

I have never been a big fan of awkward situations. I don't try to make small talk with people I don't know, I never send food back at restaurants, and I always text people instead...

Community colleges vs. four year colleges

Community colleges vs. four year colleges

September 21, 2012

College is a huge part of life after high school in the United States. In fact, 50 percent of citizens either graduate from college or complete a certain amount of college. This...

Students earn scholarships to desired colleges

January 24, 2011

A lot of ambitious high school students strive for that perfect report card. From taking advanced courses to becoming president of a campus club, students are constantly looking...

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