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LBUSD has partnered with Parchment, a leader in eTranscript exchange, to send high school transcripts electronically, securely and confidentially, to colleges and universities of your choice! The service is available online, 24 hours a day and seven days a week.

Students simply request a transcript and designate the academic institution, organization or individual that they would like to receive it. Users will be notified when their request is complete and can also track the status of their request or view a saved copy of their transcript.

Click the picture below to order transcripts

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Or you may call:

Records Management Office
(562) 997-8000 Ext.1824

The cost of transcripts is $12.00.

Records Management does not offer walk-in, in-person or same day service.

Please, allow 10 business days to process High School Transcripts from the date your request is received by the Records Management Office.

 

Summer Work Permits

1515 Hughes Way

Long Beach, California 90810

(562) 997-8000

When getting a Work Permit for the first time, you will need print out a Work Permit Application (PDF) or pick one up from the College and Career Center.  Fill out the "For Minor to Complete" Section, have your new boss fill out the "For Employer to Complete" Section, and ask your parent or guardian sign the "For Parent to Complete" Section.   Remember that you do not need a Work Permit Application until after you get hired.

Federal Student Aid (FSA) ID Process (Parents with a SSN)

  1. Enter your login information.
    1. Provide your e-mail address, a unique username and password, and verify that you are at least 13 years old.  
  2. Enter your personal information.
    1. Provide your Social Security number, name, and date of birth. 
    2. Include your mailing address, telephone number, and language preference.
    3. For security purposes, provide answers to five challenge questions.
  3. Submit your FSA ID information.
    1. Agree to the terms and conditions. 
    2. Verify your email address. (This is optional, but helpful.) By verifying your e-mail address, you can use it as your username when logging into certain Federal Student Aid Websites.

NOTE: Remember do not share your FSA ID with anyone. The security of your FSA ID is important because it can be used to electronically sign Federal Student Aid documents, access your personal records, and make binding legal obligations.

** If you are an UNDOCUMENTED PARENT you will not be able to create an FSA ID, but you can provide a paper signature and the counselor will mail it to Financial Aid**

Cal Grant Awards are free money provided by the State of California to help pay for the cost of college.  If you have a graduating high school senior, who meets academic, financial and eligibility requirements, your child may qualify to receive a Cal Grant. 

Long Beach Unified will electronically submit your Cal Grant GPA verification for every senior in the district to the California Student Aid Commission so they may be considered for a Cal Grant award, but you must submit your own FAFSA.

 

To learn more, visit the California Student Aid Commission website.

 

Thinking about attending an out of state college but worried about paying non-resident tuition? With the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE), California residents are eligible for consideration for reduced tuition rate offered at more than 150 participating WUE institutions. To be considered for the WUE rate (150% of resident tuition), apply directly to the WUE institutions of your choice.


Western Undergraduate Exchange
WUE Search
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College Visits at CAMS

College Visits can be found on the CAMS Events Calendar Below.

Please note that all visits are scheduled in the Counseling Center Room 5020 unless otherwise indicated.

Students of all grade levels and all parents are welcome to attend these meetings. Students need to obtain teacher permission before missing class. 

College Reps: Would you like to visit CAMS to promote your college/university?

Schedule a CAMS visit. 

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scholarship is an award of financial aid for a student to further education. Scholarships are awarded on various criteria usually reflecting the values and purposes of the donor or founder of the award.

The most common scholarships may be classified as:

  • Merit-based: These awards are based on a student’s athletic, academic, artistic or other abilities, and often factor in an applicant’s community service record and extracurricular activities. The most common merit-based scholarships, awarded by either private organizations or directly by a student’s intended college, recognize academic achievement or high scores on the ACT and SAT standardized tests.
  • Need-based: These awards are based on the student and family’s financial record and will require applicants to fill out a FAFSA to qualify if the scholarship is a federal award. Private need-based scholarships will also often require the results of a FAFSA, which calculates a student’s financial need through a formula looking at the expected family contribution and cost of attendance at the intended college.
  • Student-specific: These are scholarships where applicants must initially qualify by race, gender, religion, family and medical history, or many other student-specific factors. Minority scholarships are the most common awards in this category, and not all are based in the United States. For example, students in Canada may qualify for a number of aboriginal scholarships, whether they study at home or abroad.
  • Career-specific: These are scholarships awarded by a college or university to students planning to pursue a specific field of study. Often the most generous awards are given to students pursuing careers in high-need areas such as education or nursing. Nursing students are in high demand, and many schools will give future nurses full scholarships to enter the field, especially if the student intends to work in a high-need community.

 

Looking for more scholarships?

Check Out:

JLV College Counselinng website

Cappex website

BigFuture website 

GoingMerry website

 

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Meet your College & career Counselor

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Admissions & College Application Fee Waiver Request Form

CaliforniaColleges.edu is the one-stop website for information about higher education in California for students, counselors, and parents. It has been developed in collaboration with California State University (CSU),  University of California (UC),  California Community Colleges (CCC), Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities (AICCU), and the California Department of Education.

You can earn money to pay for college by doing things that will improve your chances of getting into many colleges and universities. Every time you achieve a goal like getting good grades or doing extracurricular activities, you can earn micro-scholarships that begin adding up as early as 9th grade. Raise.me lets you keep track of your achievements/the money you earn and also can also help you earn more scholarships from Raise.me's more than 180 partner-colleges and universities like Michigan State, Oberlin, Carnegie Mellon, Arizona State, and the University of Rochester.

 

There are five service academies in the United States.  Four of the academies require a nomination from an authorized nominating source.  Each academy offers young men and women a FREE college education at a highly-ranked, nationally-recognized academic program while preparing them for an officer's commission in the armed forces. The academies are:

 

U.S. Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, Colorado

U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, New York

U.S. Military Academy at West Point, New York

U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland

 

The fifth service academy, the U.S. Coast Guard Academy at New London, Connecticut is the only one that does not require a Congressional nomination.  Visit each service academy's website for additional information.