Welcome to Rim High School's College and Career Information Center. Using the links contained on this site, we will help you navigate through the college process, career exploration, and other options available after high school. We will also keep you updated on local employment opportunities. Any student can drop in the RHS College and Career Center, located in room 206 on Rim's campus, and speak to Kathy Horton to answer any questions regarding colleges, career opportunities or military information. Take advantage of all the resources available to you.
Advanced Placement Tests: As posted in the Los Angeles Times 4/12/2020: "AP tests will still take place, but they will be online, at-home tests. They will generally cover material through early March and will be open-book and essay-based, according to the College Board. Each exam will last about 45 minutes. Although the College Board is modifying this year's AP exams, both the University of California and Cal State University systems will continue to award credit consistent with their existing policies for courses that students pass with a score of 3 or better. Despite the truncated format, hundreds of colleges throughout the country have given similiar assurances." Please visit College Board for the most up-to-date information on AP and SAT tests. Go here College Board AP Support for free online AP Classes and support.
Please go to AP Exam Schedule & Description for exact AP Exam schedules and each AP subject exam description.Attention current 2019-2020 RHS Seniors and Juniors: The University of California and California State University have announced relaxing of undergraduate admissions requirements. Please visit the UC website at https://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/news/uc-temporarily-eases-admissions-requirements-response-educational-disruptions and the CSU website at https://www2.calstate.edu/Apply for more information.University of California
The UC Office of the President announced measures to relax undergraduate admissions requirements to “mitigate some of the extraordinary challenges students and their families face.” These measures include:
California State University
- Suspending the letter grade requirement for A-G courses completed in winter/spring/summer 2020 for all students, including UC’s most-recently admitted freshmen.
- Suspending the standardized test requirement for students applying for fall 2021 freshman admission.
- Providing that there will be no rescission of student admissions offers that result from students or schools missing official final transcript deadlines, and student retention of admission status through the first day of class until official documents are received by campuses.
The CSU released its amended admissions policies and practices, providing an overview of key changes based on student grade levels.
For incoming college freshmen:
For high school juniors:
- Accepting transcripts for incoming freshmen through the fall 2020 term, and will accept unofficial or self-reported data due to extend school closures.
- Assessing and initially placing students in first-year english/math based on multiple measures: high school college courses completed, GPAs and test scores (SBAC, ACT, SAT) that students have submitted thus far.
For students in grades 8-10:
- CSU “recommends” all students enroll in a yearlong, senior-year English course and a mathematics/quantitative reasoning course.
- Suspension of the standardized test requirement for students applying for fall 2021 freshman admission.
- Accepting “credit” or “pass” to satisfy A-G requirements completed during winter, spring, or summer 2020 terms. All prior coursework must be graded and a grade C- or better for the course to satisfy A-G requirements.
- Grades of credit/pass or no credit/non-passing will not be included in the calculation of high school GPA.