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ANNOUNCEMENTS: WHS College and Career Center


College Visits - Application Labs - Essay Workshops - Financial Aid Application Assistance SCHEDULE in the College & Career Center


Check here: 2022 - 2023 SCHEDULE

Please take a look here as well for upcoming fairs, speakers and workshops.



Private College Application Information

Private College Application Presentation Slides

Private College Application Checklist/Handout

* UCs, CSUs and CA community colleges do not require letters of recommendation from counselors or teachers.

** Some colleges and universities are "Counselor-Letter Optional" which means a recommendation from your school counselor is not required to apply. See here:

College Application Requirements and Deadlines


High School Transcripts and Work Permits


Please see here:

Transcript request - By the way, most college applications do not require an official transcript until you have been admitted by and committed to attend the school. The due date to mail an official transcript is typically July 1st.

Work permit request


MVROP Announcements:


The MVROP Center's 1st day of school was on Monday, August 15th. MVROP 2022-23 Instructional Calendar


MVROP Transportation for 2022-23 AM and PM Classes
Free busing to the MVROP Center is now available departing at 7:50 AM (loading at the corner lot of Fremont Blvd. and Country Dr.) for AM classes that are held first and second periods. Transportation back to WHS will be provided at the conclusion of the class at 10:15 AM. Transportation for PM classes will leave WHS at 1:30 PM and return at the conclusion of class at 3:45 PM.

Bus Passes:
All MVROP students MUST have their WHS and ROP school ID cards at all times. No temporary ID's will be issued to ride the bus. If a student does not have proper ID, they will not be allowed on the bus.



QuestBridge is a powerful platform that connects the nation's brightest students from low-income backgrounds with leading institutions of higher education and further opportunities. By facilitating these exchanges, QuestBridge aims to increase the percentage of talented low-income students attending the nation's best universities and the ranks of national leadership itself.

Are you a low-income high school senior who has excelled academically, but feels that the nation’s best colleges are financially out of reach? The QuestBridge National College Match can be your pathway to a top college. Through this college and scholarship application process, you can apply for free to the nation’s best colleges and be considered for early admission and a full four-year scholarship. See Quest Bridge College Match to learn more. For financial qualifications and eligibility questions, see here: Who should apply.


Medical Explorers Post 539
Interested in a health career? Want to know more about medicine?
-Hear guest speakers.
-Learn about how to become a health care professional.
-Meet people with the same interests as you .

Meetings are on Zoom and bimonthly on the third Thursday of the month from 6-8pm.

For more information, please visit the following links:


Fremont Police Department Explorers Program
The Explorer Program is a fun and safe way for teenagers, 14 to 18 years old, to learn more about the field of law enforcement and get community service hours.  Explorers donate between 5-20 volunteer hours each month by participating in a number of department activities including; ride-a-longs, traffic control, building tours and special events.  All new Explorers are required to attend a one-week Explorer Academy in southern California during their first year.


Fremont Fire Department Explorers Program

The Fremont Fire Explorer Post was established to mentor teens, 14  to 21 years old, who are interested in a career in the fire service. It teaches about the fire service in a hands-on way and gives a good look at the life of a firefighter. Minimum GPA requirement is 2.0. More information to follow in January to February.