Junior To Do List

Sizing Yourself Up Survey, Class of 2021

This questionnaire asks you to respond to a series of questions regarding your post-high school preferences. Answering these questions will help you to begin thinking about your future and allow your college counselor to learn more about you in advance of your junior meeting. You should complete this questionnaire before your junior family meeting to help get the conversation started.

Junior Family Meeting

Each CDH junior and his or her parents/guardians will be invited to schedule an individual meeting with a college counselor to discuss your future. Your family will receive an email linking you to your college counselor’s available appointments and you can schedule your appointment online. Be sure that you have completed your "Sizing Yourself Up Survey" prior to your junior meeting. This is your time to get off to a good start and get your questions answered.


Career Inventories

There are three career inventories on your Naviance account that will help you to
determine career paths that might be a good fit. Click on “About Me”, then “My
Assessments”. There you will find the Career Interest Profiler, Strengths Explorer and Do What You Are Assessments. Do all three to gather career clues.

Register for the ACT

Go to the ACT website (act.org) to register to take the ACT spring of the junior year. The ACT is given in February, April, June and July. CDH is a test site for the April and September tests. If you are going to apply for test accommodations you need to start that process with your school counselor as soon as possible.

CDH Education Fair—Monday, April 20, 2020

From 6:30 to 8 pm on Monday, April 20, CDH will host more than 100 colleges and universities in the Joe Mauer Field House. Juniors and their parents are invited to come talk with schools about what they have to offer. This is an informal and convenient way to explore college options and to meet with admissions officers. 

Finish Junior Year Well

Do your best in your classes to finish your junior year well. Colleges will see your complete transcript through the end of junior year when they read your application files next fall. Register for challenging classes your senior year as schools will want to see that you are continuing with a rigorous schedule.