Class of 2018: #AcceptedTillers & #EnlistedTillers
Read the Counselors' Weekly CHAT HERE for important updates.
California Scholarship Federation (CSF) membership is based on a student’s grades from their previous Semester. Seniors, you MUST have at least ONE semester of CSF during your senior year to earn Sealbearer status.
To become a member of CSF, please print and complete the form HERE. CSF applications will be accepted from September 25, 2017 through October 6, 2017.
After filling out the application, please turn it in to the Student Store with a copy of last semester’s grades, plus the $5 application fee. Students can print out their own transcripts here from Aeries Parent Portal, or they can obtain their most recent copy from Mr. Lopez, our Counseling Technician, in the Counseling Office.
If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Pysher in the Counseling Office.
The CSF window will be open from Monday, September 10, 2018 until Thursday, October 4, 2018.
Please come to the student services office and grab a gold form. Print your transcript, fill out the form and pay $5 at the student store for your semester membership.
If you have questions about CSF or how to fill out the form, please see Mrs. Pysher.
Click HERE to download and print the form.
|Are you an excellent student who is looking for ways to serve your community?|
Junior and Seniors with a 3.5 GPA or above are eligible to apply and must be willing to complete 30 hours of community service and attend bi-weekly meetings. This is an excellent opportunity to get involved and be a leader at THS!
Any questions - see Ms. Khojikian or Mrs. Vandal.
Visit the National Honor Society Website to learn more about the program.
Are you a college/university/educational program who is looking to visit Tustin High School?
Register HERE to visit our students on Campus during our lunch or after school. Please sign-up for a free account on Counselor Community (the new Rep Visits) to see our availability and schedule your visit to Tustin High School! Thank you for your time.
Wed, December 5th
|Wed, December 5th||Santa Ana College||Lunch|
|Thu, December 6th||Orange Coast College||Lunch|
What is Naviance? And, Why is it important?
Naviance is a comprehensive K-12 college and career readiness platform that enables self-discovery, career exploration, academic planning, and college preparation for millions of students across all ages and around the globe.
THS counseling uses Naviance to help students begin exploring their college and career options as early as freshman year. You can also use it to register for upcoming college visits on campus!
Click HERE to log-in to your student portal.
Tustin High School was invited to participate in The California College Application and Success Campaign this year. This is a national initiative to increase the number of first generation students applying to 2 and 4 year colleges. Seniors will receive assistance through their College and Career Readiness class on every step of the application process, culminating in every Senior submitting an application on November 8th, 2018. We are excited to support our Seniors during this important time!
Please contact Mrs. Pysher with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
2018 TUSD College & Career Fair
Monday, November 5th from 6-8 PM at THS Sports pavilion
TUSD is holding its 2018 College and Career Fair on Monday, Nov. 5, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Tustin High School. The 33rd annual event is open to all TUSD high school students and their parents. Over 90 colleges, universities and military academies will have representatives hand out literature and answer questions about their institutions. Students and parents will be able to gather information on campus locations, curriculum, admissions requirements, tuition and living expenses. There will also be workshops on financial aid, higher education options in California and out-of-state, and NCAA eligibility. Additionally, community colleges, Coastline Regional Occupational Program (ROP) and career technical education programs will share their programs with Tustin Unified high school students.