College & Career Counseling

Supporting and empowering students to chart their futures

We seek to provide an environment of support that encourages and strengthens each student’s ability to make positive choices in their life, both from an academic as well as a personal perspective. The Director of College Career Counseling works with every student and family to assist them in charting a future.

College, Career, Calling

Most recently 85% of our students went on to college. Historically that fluctuates, but by and large SCA prepares students to succeed in college. Additionally, we support students going into the workforce upon graduation as well as students considering serving in the military or in ministry.

Important Links

Amy Reinmuth

Director of College Career Counseling

Email Amy Reinmuth

Important Resources and Areas to Explore

Click on the link below to find out more information
How to find a college that is best suited for you or an alternative path to take after high school.
Learn about how Financial Aid works as well as some links to highlighted scholarships and free scholarship searches.
Interested in attending one of the United States Military Academies? Click here to learn more.
SAT, ACT, PSAT, and more! What are they, what should I be taking? And what do they all mean? See below.

Testing and Other Resources for High Schoolers

SAT and ACT Testing

SAT/ACT/CEEB School Code:  481-398
  • When registering for the SAT or ACT please make sure to include our high school code: 481-398. By including this code, CollegeBoard and/or ACT will know to send scores to us so we can include it in a student's cumulative record.

What are the PSAT, SAT, and ACT tests?

Learn more about fee waivers from the CollegeBoard or the ACT.

Preparing for the SAT and ACT

Other Assessment Resources
ASVAB stands for the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, which is a multiple-choice test that helps you identify which Army jobs (Military Occupational Specialties) would be best for you.  All SCA Juniors take this exam in the spring.  
Click here for ASVAB online study resources.
ACCUPLACER is an integrated system of computer-adaptive assessments designed to evaluate students’ skills in reading, writing, and mathematics. For over 30 years, ACCUPLACER has been used successfully to assess student preparedness for introductory credit-bearing college courses. 
Click here to sign up for a FREE workshop, or schedule a test.

Selective Service Registration

Almost all male U.S. citizens and male immigrants, who are 18 through 25, are required to register with Selective Service.


Want to play sports in college?

Learn more about NCAA rules and regulations regarding eligibility Division 1 and 2 and find online eligibility forms


The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) helps you receive college credit for what you already know, for a fraction of the cost of a college course.  The exams are administered at 1,800 colleges, and 2,900 colleges and universities will grant credit for successful scores.Click here to learn more on the CollegeBoard website.


The Counselor Corner Newsletters

The Counselor Corner newsletter is sent out every month. It is replete with all kinds of useful information, resources, links, etc. to help students in their preparation for life after high school. The newsletter is emailed out to all high school families.

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