High School College Guidance
As a college preparatory school, Orlando Christian Prep is committed to helping students find the best fit for their college and career goals. The Guidance Department is committed to helping each student throughout their journey in high school from freshman to senior.
The Guidance Department helps coordinate standardized testing, standardized test prep, AP testing, college visits, college searches, grade level course scheduling, college fairs, parent meetings, classroom guidance sessions for students, community service hours, internship programs, and individual student meetings. Check the guidance page often for updates and important resources and information. For questions or to schedule an appointment, please email guidance at email@example.com
Guidance Counselor: Tracy Hull 407-823-9744 x 229
Community service hours required for clubs can not be used in conjunction for the Bright Futures Scholarship requirement.
In order to qualify for the Bright Futures' Florida Academic Scholarship (with the appropriate GPA and test scores), 100 hours are required. Florida Medallion Scholarship requires 75 hours.
Students can not attain community service hours from tasks completed within the school hours.
Students must complete 100 hours of community service in order to walk at graduation.
Orlando Christian Prep offers on campus pastoral and spiritual counseling through an on campus pastor on an as-needed basis.
If you feel your student is in need of counseling on a professional level, please contact the guidance office. We have several resources that we can share with you.These range from 100% private pay, to insurance pay, to 100% free. Many of these counseling services can also be provided at the school or even in the home.
Orlando Christian Prep is pleased to announce that we have implemented a new college guidance management system called Scoir (pronounced "score"). This new, modern online system will streamline the process of requesting, processing, sending and tracking the electronic delivery of all application-related documents. More importantly, it's much more helpful for students and parents during the college search and selection process. On Scoir, colleges come to life through pictures, videos and links that highlight active student clubs and organizations. This better enables students to identify colleges that are a good fit with their personal and academic interests, which increases college retention. Scoir also provides parents with useful financial calculators so you can determine the likely cost of attendance at different colleges and consider the affordability when deciding where to apply. These features, along with more convenient scheduling and communication tools, will help keep everyone informed and engaged throughout the college application process. Scoir exists to help more students achieve more positive outcomes, and we're excited that our students have access to this system and the opportunities it provides.
NACAC (National Association for College Admission Counseling)
Virtual College Fairs
Log in on these fair dates to meet with 600+ colleges and universities. They'll be online to talk with high school juniors and seniors. Find out when they're having Zoom sessions and drop in to attend!
Click below to see which colleges will be there on each fair date:
Upcoming Fair Events TBA
Each virtual fair is a free, one-day event. Attend as often as you like. Parents invited, too.
Simply sign up at virtualcollegefairs.org now and register for one or more fairs. On the event date, use your phone or computer to log in. Learn, connect, ask questions, and discover your best college fit!
Off Campus Testing
SAT 2021/22 Test Dates:
ACT 2021/22 Test Dates:
On Campus Testing
- SAT - March 2, 2022 - Juniors only
- ACT - TBA
- PSAT/NMSQT - March 2, 2022 - 8th, 9th, 10th Grade
- Standford Achievement Test –
Please contact Mrs. Hull for scheduling questions, college applications, and SAT/ACT waivers.