College Information

  • Scots Logo 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.




    • Financial Aide Night with Melissa Williams, Financial Aid Outreach Counselor from California Baptist University, will be held on Wednesday, October 7th beginning 6pm.  Zoom meeting info to follow.
    • California State University, San Bernardino will be holding an admissions presentation October 8th.  Zoom meeting info to follow.
    • On October 21 at 6 pm via Zoom, a representative from University of California, Riverside (UCR) will be presenting information for students interested in applying to any UC but will focus on the Riverside campus.  The presentation is a general UCR Admissions presentation which will include information about the UCR campus, majors and colleges, admission requirements, resources, and more.
      Description:Kathy Horton is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
               Meeting ID: 282 169 4466 Passcode: 899609
    We want to let you know about a wonderful resource at Rim High School.  The "College Help Class" has been organized by RHS teacher, Jessica Erlanger.  First semester is for 12th graders to help with their college applications they have (hopefully) begun.  Second semester is for 11th graders, to begin the college process.
    The dates for 12th graders are as follows:
    October 14th
    October 28th
    November 6th
    November 18th
    All sessions will be led by Julie Scorziell, an independent college admissions counselor, and will be during flex time from 11:50am-12:45pm. Each session will have a different focus. September will focus on the basics of the college application. 
    Here is the Zoom meeting link information for the first College Help Class from 11:50am-12:45pm:

    Topic: College App Help
    Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime

    Join Zoom Meeting
    Jessica Erlanger ext 310
    English Teacher   
    Rim of the World High School
    College Entrance Exams (SAT & ACT) Updates:
    University of California
    For Current Seniors:  UC has suspended the SAT and ACT testing requirement for students applying for the fall 2021 due to test cancellations triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.  HOWEVER, students applying for fall 2021 are not precluded from taking standardized tests (SAT or ACT) and sending scores if they are able. Doing so can support their statewide UC eligibility, application for certain scholarships, and help them fulfill some University graduation requirements. Campuses will adjust their internal processes accordingly to ensure that no student is harmed in admissions selection should they not submit a test score. 
    For all students:
    University of California has suspend SAT and ACT testing requirements through 2024 and will eliminate them for California students by 2025. 

    Standardized test results will be optional on applications for the next two years and then eliminated for California students in Years 3 and 4. By fall 2025, the UC system is aiming to have its own assessment. If none is developed by then, the university will drop the SAT and ACT tests entirely for California students and evaluate them using high school grades and a dozen other factors in its comprehensive review system.


    California State University 
    For Current Seniors:  The California State University has temporarily suspended the SAT or ACT test requirements only for students applying for admission in fall 2021 as freshman. This means that SAT and ACT scores will not be used for determining who gets admitted into the CSU.​  ​If you have already taken and submitted your ACT or SAT sc​ores, CSU campuses will not use them in the admission evaluation process to determine who gets admitted.  If you are accepted to a CSU campus, the scores will be used as one of the measures to place you in the proper mathematics and English courses.
    For all students:  The temporary suspension of submitting ACT and SAT test scores is not a permanent policy shift. It is a temporary accommodation for fall 2021 applicants, driven by the current circumstances created by COVID-19. However, if the COVID-19 pandemic lasts longer than expected and high schools and/or t​esting continue to be impacted, the CSU will again review its admission criteria.