College and Career Readiness
At Greater San Diego Academy we want our students to graduate with a plan. Students are required to meet a career plan requirement for graduation. Students also complete a Senior Research Project focused on outlining their career goals and interests. The following is a list of links and resources that can be used to help with college and career planning.
University of California (UC): Check out the admissions requirements and deadlines for the UC system.
California State University (CSU): Check out the admissions requirements and deadlines for the CSU system.
CollegeBoard: Find out more about the college admissions process and admissions tests.
San Diego Community College District: Find our more information about local colleges in the San Diego City Area.
STANDARDIZED TESTING AND ADMISSIONS:
SAT testing: All about the test, testing dates, and strategies for test taking on the SAT.
ACT testing: All about the test, testing dates, and strategies for test taking on the ACT.
ADDITIONAL PLANNING INFORMATION:
Vocational and technical schools provide specialized training in a particular career field. For more information about vocational/technical schools and programs offered in San Diego, visit San Diego and Vocational Trade Schools.
Students who are interested in joining the military are encouraged to earn at least 15 community college credits while enrolled at GSDA. Students may also wish to take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB). Visit the following website for more information on the ASVAB. Contact a local recruiter for questions and guidance about joining a specific branch of the military.
National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) athletes are required to complete certain core courses that may not be required by GSDA. Students are responsible for determining which courses are needed to be eligible for college athletics. Visit NCAA for further information.