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.
Scholarships for Students with Disabilities: This website has over 30 scholarships for Student with Disabilities. Deadlines are fast approaching for many of them. Please visit Scholarships for Student with Disabilities for more information and the list of scholarships available.
The 2022 Steps For Change Scholarship Application is now open—
Each year, the Wealth By Health Foundation grants $2,000 scholarships
to three exceptional high school seniors from low-income families to
pursue higher education. This scholarship is an encouragement for
young individuals to transform into community leaders and take
initiative on their future goals continuously after high school.
Students will be awarded for their academic excellence, community
leadership, and a desire for continuous personal growth. We would love
to give students from your district the opportunity to receive this
The application deadline is May 2nd, 2022.
For more information about our organization and the 2022 Steps For
Change Scholarship, please visit
www.wealthbyhealth.org/scholarship-programs.RHS "COLLEGE HELP CLASS"RHS and the RHS PTSA will again be hosting the College Help Class during 2021-2022. Julie Scorziell, a certified college admissions counselor, will lead this class to help students navigate the college admissions process and their college applications. This is FREE to RHS students. Class will be held in-person during the early release PLC days, beginning 5 minutes after the end of the school day in the Computer Lab, 11:40am-12:40pm.First semester dates for 12th grade students. There will be one added date for Seniors with scheduled appointments with Julie Scorziell for final help with personal statements.1. 8/25/20212. 9/29/20213. 10/27/20214. 11/17/2021Second semester for 11th grade students:1. 1/26/2022 - Moved to Zoom beginning at 5pm.Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/92466499181Meeting ID: 924 6649 91812. 2/23/20223. 3/23/20224. 4/20/2022Senior class: help with making final college decision- 3/31/2022- 6pmIf you opted for Pass/No Pass on Your Transcript:For the 2020–21 through 2023–24 school year, the following postsecondary institutions that will accept, for admission purposes, a transcript with a Pass or No Pass grade instead of a letter grade for an applicant pursuant to Education Code Section 49066.5(b):Please be advised that some postsecondary educational institutions, including those from other states, may not accept a Pass/No Pass grade.College Entrance Exams (SAT & ACT) Updates:University of CaliforniaUC will not consider SAT or ACT test scores when making admissions decisions or awarding scholarships. If you choose to submit test scores as part of your application, they may be used as an alternative method of fulfilling minimum requirements for eligibility or for course placement after you enroll.California State UniversityA note for fall 2021 and fall 2022 first-time freshman: The California State University (CSU) has temporarily suspended the use of ACT/SAT examinations in determining admission eligibility for all CSU campuses for the 2021-2022 academic year. This temporary change of admission eligibility applies only for fall 2021, winter 2022, spring 2022, fall 2022, winter 2023, and spring 2023 admission cycles.