|Small School, Open Minds • Michigan Reward School 2012, 2013|
| 401 N. Division
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Comm. Resource: 994-2026
Marci Tuzinsky, Dean
Learn More About Colleges
The Counseling Office has catalogs and videos for almost every major college or university in the country. These materials highlight various majors, admission criteria, test requirements, enrollment, location, costs, curriculum, financial aid, etc. In addition, books are available that contain information on the occupational outlook for various careers. Click here for your handy getting-ready-for-college reading list.
Career Cruising allows students to get started thinking about their interests which could lead to colleges and careers. Each CHS student has their OWN password, allowing them and their family the ability to update their profile and EDP as well as to search for interesting careers and colleges. Try it out using the Username: community and the password: arbor.
The Michigan Occupational Information System is also handy to explore interests and related occupations and careers. MOIS highlights helpful courses and paths of study and reviews Michigan colleges and universities.
College admissions representatives* visit Community High throughout the year. Calendars are posted around the building on a weekly basis- schedules are printed in the Forum Bulletin and Communicator. Students who fill out the college-interest survey are also individually notified when a college is visiting. In addition, over 100 college representatives visit Ann Arbor in April at the spectacular College and Career Fair.
Applications for Michigan colleges and universities and many out-of-state colleges and universities can be found in the Counseling Office and all have on-line applications and information. Some colleges may accept the Common Application.
Information about summer and/or exchange programs can be found in the Counseling Office or online.
Test registration materials
Detailed Information for the PLAN, PSAT, ACT, SAT, SAT 2’s and AP’s is available in the Counseling Office or online along with additional score report request forms. Information is also available on test preparation programs, financial aid, the Common Application, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, and the CSS profile.