College & Career Readiness (CCR)
ASD Graduation Requirements– Alpine School District Graduation Breakdown
EXPLORE Test- 9th grade students take the EXPLORE® test during 2nd semester. Helps prepare for the ACT test.
Mountainland Technology College
Offers a wide variety of career and technical courses including Business Technology, Cosmetology, Culinary Arts, Healthcare Professions, IT, and more.
Concurrent Enrollment– Earn college credit in High School
NCAA Eligibility – Learn about the NCAA, its athletic divisions, its sports eligibility standards, and other information.
- Westlake – All things NCAA
- Westlake– Scholarships by deadline
- Scholarship strategy & creating a successful approach
Scholar Box – Search thousands of scholarship
- State Aid Programs- Scholarships, grants and financial aid programs.
529 plans are tax-advantaged savings vehicles designed to encourage individuals to begin to save for the future costs of higher education.
- Keys to Success
Helps motivate students to unlock their future by connecting them to scholarships, internships and careers.
- Keys to Success Resources-Resources and tools needed to pursue your future.
School Finder – Find Schools, Programs and Careers
Careers in the Military – Learn about all job opportunities
in the military.
Registration and Enrollment
If your student is currently attending one of the following elementary schools: Sage Hills, Harbor Point, Saratoga Shores, Springside – SKIP STEPS 1 & 2 and go straight to the course requests below for the school year 2023-2024 (blue button- Fillable when downloaded).
School Credit Online Options
Statewide Online Education Program (SOEP) Online Education Program for Credit Recovery/Accelerated Gradation
East Shore Online Credit Recovery/Accelerated Graduation
BYU Continuing Education Online Credit Recovery/Accelerated Graduation with a tuition fee
Westlake High School Credit Recovery Westlake’s Counseling Web page
School Crisis Resources
The National Child Traumatic Stress Network Responding to a School Crisis; Helping children cope with Secondary Traumatic StressAmerican Psychological Association How to Talk to Children About Difficult News
National Association of School Psychologists Talking to Children About Violence
Department of Education Tips for Helping Students Recovering From Traumatic Events;
Creating Emergency Management Plans
Youth.gov Trauma Informed Approaches Includes a webinar and brief on implementing a trauma-informed approach for youth across service sectors
National Resource Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention Trauma, Violence and School Shooting
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Incidents of Mass Violence web page provides information about who is most at risk for emotional distress from incidents of mass violence and where to find disaster-related resources