T.C. Williams School Counseling
Senior Parent Information Night, Tuesday, March 7, 5:30 p.m., King Street Auditorium: Families of seniors (Class of 2017) are strongly encouraged to attend. Topics include: Next steps to college or career, Senior Experience, Yearbook/Memorabilia/Prom, Graduation March, Graduation and All Night Grad Party.
T.C. Williams High School CEEB Code: 470051
(often requested on college applications, SAT/ACT, and scholarships)
- Parent Chat Presentation - Grade 10
- Parent Chat Presentation - Grade 11
- Parent Chat Presentation - Grade 12
The College and Career Center is hosting weekly lunchtime workshops on important topics. Sessions repeat during each lunch period. Sign up in Naviance (same as a college visit) and arrive on time.
- Wednesday, February 22: Consider NOVA!
PSAT scores available online - learn how to access.
Continue to check Naviance (Colleges tab) to view "Upcoming Visits" list for college, career and other workshops taking place throughout the year. Sign up and visit the College and Career Center for a pass.
The Scholarship List in Naviance has been updated. These scholarships are especially relevant for T.C. students - many have been awarded to TITAN alumni!
Internships and Summer Programs: View opportunities in Naviance under Colleges / Enrichment Programs.
Seniors and parents should complete the FAFSA as soon as possible at www.fafsa.gov. Visit the College and Career Center or Scholarship Fund of Alexandria for assistance or more information.
Submit your application for free or reduced lunch to qualify for SAT/ACT fee waivers, college application fee waivers and more! Bring a copy of your eligiblity letter to Mrs. Johnson in the College and Career Center. Complete the application at https://schoolmealapp.com/Register.aspx
The T.C. Williams School Counseling Department is committed to facilitating the empowerment of students in their academic, career and personal/social development. This is accomplished in partnership with teachers, parents/guardians, and the community in order to maximize student achievement and successfully prepare students to meet the needs of an ever changing world.