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  • Leadership Opportunity: The University of Alabama Early College prepares motivated high school juniors and seniors for long-term academic success by fostering personal accountability and time-management skills through online classes.  Early College offers the same curriculum as regular college classes so students should expect the same academic rigor found in freshman level classes on campus. Students can earn up to 30 college credit hours through the online program and with a 2.5 GPA or higher on college work students can earn admission status to the University of Alabama. There is scholarship money available for this program. Please visit to learn more about the program.

Junior Calendar


  • Get a notebook to keep all college information organized
  • Take advantage of college rep visits to Hamilton High School
  • Prepare for and take the PSAT (National Merit Scholarship Opportunity)
  • Prepare for and take the February ACT
  • Attend and encourage parents to attend all college information programs
  • Prepare for the ACT and/or  SAT by taking a prep classes or study on your own.
  • Register for the ACT and/or SAT I
  • Watch for meaningful summer enrichment programs that may interest you
  • Plan a challenging senior year.  Take the hardest courses in which you are capable of succeeding.
  • Begin your college visits
  • Explore your Early Decision / Early Action options
  • Register for and take the ACT and / or SATI at least once by June
  • Attend Hamilton High School Junior Information meeting to be prepared for your senior year and your college search
  • Develop a resume and turn one in to Mrs. Page


  • Register for the ACT and / or SAT I administered in June
  • Be sure your resume` is on file in the college counseling office
  • Seek out and apply to summer programs
  • Ask teachers for recommendations


  • Take the SAT I and / or the ACT again
  • Continue your college search
  • Arrange college visits and / or interviews
  • Review your transcript
  • If you have the credentials for admission and plan to apply to in-state colleges, apply now


  • Do something EXTRAORDINARY!
  • Make appointment to see the college counselor on your own or with your parents if you need help or have questions
  • Visit colleges and interview