We have created a completely virtual application experience for you. This document is full of helpful links and video tutorials. We will still be meeting with all our seniors in a virtual format through counselor-scheduled meetings. If you'd like to get started on the process, click on the above link.
This presentation is given to all seniors prior to the start of senior conferences in September. It provides information regarding the college application process and student responsibilities.
Senior Family Night Presentation
Presentation for parents with helpful information detailing what counselors do during senior conferences and the college application process in general. To view the presentation as a slide show, click here. If you would like to watch the entire presentation, recorded live, click here.
Click on the above link for a complete list of all the colleges visiting Wheaton North.
Are you interested in visiting some of the top schools Wheaton North students apply to, but can't get on campus? Check out the virtual college visits page for more information.
This chart details data points regarding historic college acceptance rates as they apply to GPA, Test Scores, and Suggested Core Curriculum. This chart should be used only as a guide, not for the purposes of determining admittance, as college uses multiple factors when doing so.
This presenation offers insight into the application and admissions process of highly selective colleges in the U.S. Consultants Mary Lee Hoganson and Sue Biemeret as well as counsleor Wendy Biggs provide this information based on years of experience in the college admissions and advising fields. The details are supported with data from resources such as Naviance, NACAC, Business Insider and Ivy Coach.
From the AP GURU this highly selective college guide will give you an overview of the process along with several helpful tips for the application process.
College Campus View on Google Maps
College campuses can be huge, with sprawling buildings, social areas, and sports stadiums. When navigating to a campus on Google Maps, just type in the college name and tap the navigation button. You’ll automatically see a list of the most popular areas on campus to choose from. search for your university and check out panoramic views of your new campus via the Street View thumbnail. Google Maps shows Street View imagery of thousands of campuses around the world. So if your 8 a.m. class is on the opposite side of campus, a little bit of digital exploring will help you know your surroundings and get there on time.