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Important Testing Dates

SAT/ACT Testing Dates for 2016-2017

We recommend that you take both the SAT and ACT in the spring of your junior year and the fall of your senior year, if you are planning on attending a 4-year college or university after high school.   Subject tests are no longer required, but some majors will still require them.  Please check with the individual college website and major requirements for guidance. Please see Mrs. Williams in the Career Center if you have any questions regarding testing.  Fee waivers are available for students that qualify.


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Need Official Transcripts?

If you are in need of official transcripts to be sent to colleges, please see Ms. Stein, registrar in the main office.  There is a transcript request form to be filled out.  Each official transcript is $2.00 for current students and $5.00 for alumni.  She will mail them directly to the college(s) of your choice or they are available for pick-up.   

click below for:

Transcript Request Form


Elk Grove Regional Scholarships

Open December 1 and due January 22 in the PGHS Career Center.  


In 2015, scholarships totaling $185,345 were awarded to 165 area students.

The scholarships that are generated and managed through the Elk Grove Regional Scholarship Foundation vary considerably in both amount of award and in the profiles of intended recipients.

The criteria describing intended recipients are determined by the individual or group who establishes the scholarship through initial donations and a commitment to endow.  For instance, community involvement may be a criterion for some EGRSF scholarships, but not for others.  Some are intended for students who enroll in four-year colleges; some are for students who plan to attend trade schools. 

The EGRSF offers scholarships for individuals pursuing various careers including agriculture, nursing, education, auto mechanics, politics, and the arts, to name a few. 


Click here for a link to EGRSF

Scholarship Websites for Hispanic Students

Scholarships for African American Students

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Letter of Recommendation

Click HERE for a letter of recommendation request packet



College Application Workshops

CSU Applications- 10/2, 10/5, 10/30

UC Applications- 9/28, 10/19

Common Application- 11/3, 11/16

***Please sign up in the Career Center


Community College Applications (Spring Semester)

CRC Application Workshop - TBA

Online Orientation- TBA


Please sign up in the Career Center if you are interested in attending one of these informative workshops that will assist you in the application process.  Space is limited, so it is first come first served.


Cosumnes River College – meet with Tiffany Clark every other Friday from 8:30 AM- 10:30AM. Ask her about Advanced Education!!!  Please see Mrs. Williams in the Career Center to schedule an appointment.




Members of our U.S. Armed Forces visit weekly at PGHS. Come to the career or find them on campus during your lunch.  

Mondays-MarinesTuesdays-ArmyWednesdays-NavyThursdays-Air Force (twice monthly)


ASVAB Test- 11/10- Please sign up in the Career Center



Explore CTE offers students in EGUSD and from other districts, charter schools and home schools the opportunity for intensive career technical education experiences.  Explore CTE replaces what had been known as ROP (Regional Occupational Program) as a result of changes to state funding.  Explore CTE courses are open only to high school students.  Elective credit towards graduation requirements can be earned. Some classes meet college a-g requirements and receive college units while other classes can lead to industry certification.   CTE has a variety of classes such as Ag Sales & Marketing, Floral Merchandising, Computer Animation, Game Design & Graphics, Visual Communications/Graphics, Careers with Children, Certified Nursing Assistant, EKG Tech, Medical Assistant, Medical Terminology, Phlebotomy Tech, Culinary Arts & Manufacturing Technology.  Classes are taught at various EGUSD high school campuses.  Some are part of the regular school day while others are taught after school. Courses can be a semester or yearlong and counselor approval is needed. Transportation to and from CTE classes is the responsibility of the student.   Interested in what CTE courses are available and right for you?  Contact your counselor or Mrs. Aguero (x4707) in Student Services.  You may also come by and pick up a CTE course catalog and application from the Career Center. Info and applications for CTE may also be obtained at the district website under Academics/Career Technical Education or by calling EGUSD at 916-686-7709. 


     Work Permits  

Students who are planning to get a job soon or currently have a job need to make sure they have a work permit. In order to be eligible for a work permit a student needs to have and maintain a 2.0 GPA, no “F’s” on their last grade report and good attendance. The first step is to come to Student Services and obtain a work permit application. This application needs to be filled out by the student and employer and signed by student, parent/guardian and employer. You then turn your completed application into Mrs. Aguero. Your actual “work permit” will be available for pick up from Student Services within 2 days from receipt of the completed application. Please see Mrs. Aguero for questions. 

Click here Work Permit Request




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Scholarships for African American Students



Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Zeta Beta Lambda Chapter (Projects)

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Eta Gamma Omega Chapter

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Sigma Delta Omega Chapter

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.                                                           



Aguero, Joanne
Student Services Staff
Lampe, Sebastian
Career/College Counselor
Williams, Gina
Career Counseling Technician /Scholarship Coordinator

Your Friendly Career Center Staff

Your Friendly Career Center Staff



Cosumnes River Elementary School:

Community Service Opportunity:  Volunteers needed for the Mother/Son Kickball event at Cosumnes River Elementary School. The event will be held on Sunday, April 30th, 1:00-5:00 p.m.  If you want to volunteer contact Ms. Taylor Johnson at 



High school students ages 16-18!! Spend your summer volunteering with horses and special kids at Project Ride!!

The Summer Leadership Institute is designed to help develop leadership and horsemanship skills in older teens while performing community service in conjunction with our horseback riding lessons for people with special needs. 


Please see attached documents for more information and for the application.  Applications are due 4/28/



Volunteers are needed to run softball league snack bar.  Sign up to help by going to:!/showSignUp/409094FA8AF29A1F94-snack

Questions should be directed to Valerie Rile at 916-837-0049(call or text) or



The 2017 Glenn Poole InvitatIonal is now in the books. This was the last regular season invitational of the season, and, as we start to ramp up for the Delta League Championships in May, we are sitting at just the right place, performance-wise.

Overall, our Frosh/Soph Men continued their team dominance with another 1st Place Performance. Our Varsity Men were 2nd overall, and our Varsity Women finished 5th.


Individually, here are the Medal-Winners:

 - Cameron Lew​is: Triple Jump (1st); Long Jump (1st); 4x100m (2nd)

 - Andrew Jackson: 400m (1st); 800m (1st); 4x400m (3rd)

 - Kevin Wong: 110m H (1st); 300m H (2nd - PR); Long Jump (2nd)

 - Aidan Singh​: 3200m (2nd); 1600m (3rd); 4x400m (3rd)

 - Josh Smith​: Shot Put (2nd); Discus (2nd)

 - Oliver Gates​: Triple Jump (2nd); Long Jump (3rd - PR)

 - Rachel Victor​: 1600m (2nd); 3200m (2nd)

 - Eby Ifyefobi: Discus (1st); Shot Put (2nd)

 - Joe Blakely​: 400m (1st); 4x400m (1st)

 - Donovan Bailey​: 4x100m (2nd); 4x400m (3rd)

 - Blake Miller​: 3200m (2nd - PR)

 - Mykell Bouwhuis: 3200m (4th - PR)

 - Bella Martínez: 3200m (3rd - PR)

 - Cristian Buenrostro: Shot Put (1st - PR)

 - Titus Martinez​: 4x400m (1st)

 - Nick Myers​: 4x400m (1st)

 - Sami Araya​: 4x400m (1st)

 - Justin Restani: 4x100m (2nd)

 - Wesley Garma: 4x100m (2nd)

 - Kobe Sampson: 4x400m (3



Career Center Hours

Monday - Friday

Opens 7:30 AM

Open both lunches

Closes at 3:30 PM


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