CAC’s Academic and College Counseling Center is continually striving to prepare students for collegiate and career success. CAC students have a history of receiving academic scholarships from many distinguished universities, and we strive to continue that tradition by working with each student and providing them with the resources they need to succeed.
Jamie Custer, Ed.S.
Director of Academic and College Counseling
Carrie Vick, Registrar | Administrative Assistant Academic and College Counseling Office | firstname.lastname@example.org
Course of Study
To ensure students have the appropriate courses necessary for graduation from CAC, the guidance center has put together a course of study plan for each graduating class. Click from the classes below to download the corresponding document. In addition, use the Course Catalog button to a complete listing of classed offered along with a description.
Planning for college can be stressful for both students and families. We hope to alleviate some of that stress by providing you with a few step-by-step processes focused on college preparation. Click the buttons below to explore more.
How early should we start planning for college?
It’s time to take on new challenges!
Step up your game
and make sure you’re on track.
College planning kicks into high gear!
Take the ACT
Click here to view ACT dates and register for the exam.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
From contests to scholarship applications, the counseling center provides a number of opportunities for students to apply for additional college funding and programs outside of CAC. Browse the information below to learn more about current offerings.
You should never pay for a scholarship search. If you have questions about the legitimacy of a scholarship website, please feel free to contact email@example.com.
More to Explore
View additional testing and college preparation resources on the Student Resources page.
View accessibility resources that are available to every student on the Accessibility page.