The Nolensville High School Counseling Center is here to assist you with your
College and Career Planning needs. Please view the links below for information
on scholarships, transcript requests, etc.!
Post Secondary Planning Websites
CollegeNET – Have no idea where to go to college? Create search parameters, and you will get a list of potential colleges.
CollegeView – Examine more than 3,800 schools to find the college that’s right for you. Take a virtual campus tour, apply online, and more.
Common College Application: Recommended form for 277 colleges and universities for admission to their undergrad programs.
Video: What you need to know to get into the college you want (The Today Show, October 26, 2012)
What Can I Do With This Major? – Choose from a variety of majors to see what career opportunities are available.
U.S. News and World Report College Rankings – This website includes the 2004 college rankings as well as information about applying to college.
NCAA – Prospective student athletes should fill out the online U.S. Student Release Form to register with the Initial-Eligibility Clearinghouse.
Virtual Campus Tours – A college planning web site featuring 360° x 360° tours of hundreds of college campuses.
Study Abroad – A full listing of Study Abroad programs for college and high school students.
College Countdown – This site includes links to important dates, a college search, ACT/SAT prep, and financial aid information.
Tennessee College & Career Planning System – Explore career options, make a plan for education, prepare for the world of work, and more.
Students: Contact your school counselor or advisor for your free activation code.
Create your own account by clicking on “New Users.” If you have already created an account, click on “Log In” to begin.
College for Tennessee – Use this free site to help learn about yourself through different assessments, explore careers, create resumes, and hear stories from your peers.
ISEEK – Read about specific careers (overview, work activities, what training you need, video clips, etc.).
Occupational Outlook Handbook – Research hundreds of job occupations, their descriptions, and the potential growth for future jobs.
Hands on Nashville – Volunteer to find out what truly interests you. This link provides information for volunteer projects across Nashville. There is even a separate site for teens.