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Class of 2023

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Class of 2022

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Class of 2021

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College-Bound Athlete

So you want to be a college athlete. That’s great! Now you have to learn the process to actually be a college athlete... and it’s not too early to start figuring out what you need to do. The NCAA, NAIA, and NJCAA have processes that you need to follow to ensure your eligibility.

If you are a high school athlete who wants to play college-level sports, keep two priorities in mind: COLLEGE FIRST, SPORTS SECOND.

Avoid situations that might leave you without a degree or even a team to play on. Your eligibility is your responsibility!

Valley High School's NCAA Approved Courses 

    Enter CEEB Code : 320 - 045

NCAA Brochure

NCAA Eligibility Center 

Division I & II Worksheets - This worksheet is provided to assist you in monitoring your progress in meeting NCAA initial-eligibility standards.

NAIA Eligibility Center

NJCAA Website

NCAA & NAIA Eligibility Requirements

     (Presentation by UNM's Compliance Office)

College & Career Readiness

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Ms. Delgadillo will continue virtual appointments for those students who remain in remote learning, but will also see students in-person beginning April 5, 2021. Students must have an appointment to visit me in C-3. The student will receive a verification email. Since student aides cannot run paper passes, the student will show their teacher the appointment on their phone. Teachers will send the student when it is convenient for them. During lunches, I will be walking around outside, so students can send me a text via REMIND (class codes here on the left-hand side of the page) if they would like to "walk and talk" with me.

I am looking forward to seeing students in person!

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Recruitment Events - Open for all students

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Senior Information

SENIOR EXIT SURVEY - DUE APRIL 9, 2021

SENIOR NEXT STEP PLAN - DUE APRIL 9, 2021

Senior Welcome Back Newsletter - August 2020

VHS Class of 2021 Senior Timeline - August 2020

VHS Senior Meeting Presentation - Fall 2020 Senior Presentation

Financial Aid & FAFSA Presentation - September 21, 2020

UNM Application Process - Step-by-Step Guide

NMSU Information

CNM Application and Tutorial Video

CNM Information and Programs

How to send your transcripts - PowerPoint presentation
Parchment.com

Western Undergraduate Exchange Program

A Senior's Guide to Planning

The Common Application

The Coalition Application

Timeline from BigFuture

Juniors

A Junior's Guide to Planning

Junior Handout - January Junior Class Meeting

Sophomores

Sophomore's Guide to College Planning

Freshmen

Freshman's Guide to College Planning

Helpful programs

Want to be a part of a program that can help you navigate the high school and college process? 

ENLACE - academic support, college/career planning
Participation Form
Click here to view their flyer!


Upward Bound LNESC at Valley High School:
    The following links are for Valley's online application:

- Student Online Application

- Teacher's Online Recommendation Form

- Download PDF


Educational Opportunity Center
SENIORS! Complete this google form to be contacted by one of UNM's EOC's Student Success Specialist!

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     Flyer (Spanish)

Get Involved!

It is important to get involved in extra-curricular/community service events during your high school years. Colleges/Universities look at what you do, besides get good grades; this can lead to certain scholarships as well. Make sure that you track all your information so it will be easy to transfer the information to scholarships, letters of recommendation, resumes, and applications.

Volunteer Tracking Sheet

List of Programs you can get involved in

Albuquerque Involved

Hispanic Youth Research & Leadership Program

Volunteer at Presbyterian! Youth volunteers are 16 – 17 years old. Volunteers serve in nearly every department of the hospital, and provide a weekly commitment of 4 hours per week and an overall minimum commitment of nine months.

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Letter of Recommendation Request Form

For most scholarships/admission applications, you may need a letter of recommendation from a principal, teacher, school counselor, employer or someone who knows you well. Fill out this request form so they will know useful information about you in order to write an exceptional letter of recommendation. PLEASE ASK THEM TO WRITE THE LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION AT LEAST 2 WEEKS BEFORE THE DUE DATE. I also suggest you give your recommender an unofficial transcript and a resume.

Letter of Recommendation Request Form

College Comparisons

There are SO MANY factors when considering college! It is imperative to take time to review your 2,000+ choices! Use the tools below to help make your decision. 

College Comparison Worksheet

College Board - Compare Colleges