College Fair @ Wilton High School: October (Wednesday after Columbus Day) @ 7:00p.m.@ WHS Field House
College and University Acceptances @ WHS
Visit our College Acceptance site for a complete listing of the current graduating class and the previous year's post high school graduate plans.
College Career Resource Center
Visit the College Career Resource Center. We have everything you need! Applications, Scholarships, Rep Visits, Catalogues, PG Schools, Careers, Financial Aid, Art and Music Schools, Computer Search Programs and more! We're here to help!
College and University Rep Visits
Please login to your Family Connection powered by Naviance account for a complete listing of Rep Visits @ WHS. Updated daily!
The College Search
Login to your WHS Family Connection powered by Naviance "college search" program.
Coalition for Access & Affordability Application An unprecedented coalition of diverse public and private colleges and universities has come together to improve the college admission application process for all students. The Coalition has developed a free platform of online tools to streamline the experience of applying to college.
The Common application is the recommended form of many selective, independent colleges and universities for admission to their undergraduate programs. Many of these institutions use the form exclusively. All give equal consideration to the Common Application and the college's own form. Don't forget to read "Getting started with eDocs" and "Understanding FERPA" before you start the application. Remember....start after August 01.
Connecticut Academic Performance Tests
CAPT Tests: WHS students are required to meet performance graduation requirements in reading, writing, and mathematics. Although there are other pathways to meet these requirements, students who achieved goal on the CAPT subtests in Mathematics, Reading Across the Disciplines, or Writing Across the Disciplines will have met the requirements. Please see your Counselor if you have any questions.
FairTest.org's list of "Schools That Do Not Use SAT or ACT Scores for Admitting Substantial Numbers of Students Into Bachelor Degree Programs"
Financial Aid Scams
Did you know that the Federal Trade Commission maintains an "awareness" Web site that promotes familiarity with scholarship providers that recently used scams to lure students and parents? Visit their site for this important information.
Financial Planning Workshop
Sponsored by Wilton and Ridgefield High Schools in November @ 7:00p.m. at Ridgefield. Check the Edline calendar for date.
"Friends On Campus"
Search our listings in the College Center and find a WHS grad on campus before you visit.
Gap Year Programs
Graduates & Transcripts
Wilton High School Graduates only (not current high school students): Contact the Registrar at Wilton High School, 203-762-0381 ext. 6202
Please register with the National Collegiate Athlete Association Clearinghouse (NCAA). Register online at http://eligibilitycenter.org before the spring of your Junior year.
From the NCAA Clearinghouse Website, prospective student-athletes are able to access information needed to understand the Division I and Division II eligibility requirements, register with the Clearinghouse and access individual Clearinghouse records.
If you did not fill out an NCAA form in the Spring of Junior year and you plan to play a sport in college, please file immediately. You need to clear NCAA as soon as possible in order to make official visits to any college.
Please make sure you have a transcript release form on file in the Guidance Office. Guidance will send your transcript to NCAA.
Post High school Planning Evening
All Juniors and their parents are invited to join their counselors for Post High School Planning. Check Edline calendar for date.
ACT Assessment Test
The ACT is a curriculum-based achievement test made up of four separate exams in English, reading, mathematics and science. It is the only national college entrance exam to include a science test. An optional writing test is available.
Actual testing time is 2 hours and 55 minutes. The optional Writing Test adds another 30 minutes to the overall test.
Virtually all colleges and universities in the United States, including all of the Ivy League schools accept the ACT; please check your college's requirements.
Today, with the introduction of the new SAT, many colleges and universities are offering students the opportunity to take the ACT with Writing in lieu of SAT I and any required SAT IIs. Check your application for testing requirements and information.
If you take the ACT more than once, a separate record for each test date is maintained. If you request to send a report to a college, the ACT will release only the scores from the test date you indicate.
FYI: Colorado and Illinois have administered the ACT to all public high school students.
According to ACT, "students who traditionally took the ACT Assessment were "self-selected", that is, just those interested in applying for college admission". Researchers can now compare the scores of this self-select group to the state groups. Their finding? "The average Composite scores for males and females are virtually equivalent".
Reminder...... Currently, WHS is not an ACT testing site. Visit the ACT Web site @ www.actstudent.org for testing locations.
The SAT I
Please click here for important NEW SAT Information
A new PSAT was administered for the first time in the fall of 2004. The changes to the PSAT/NMSQT parallel some of the changes to the SAT I. However, there is no essay. The PSAT is be based on the principle of aligning the test more closely to high school curricula and college skills. There are no analogies and quantitative comparison items.
The Universal College Application
The Universal College Application is an online admissions application consortium for college-bound students. Register to create an account, complete your application, and submit to member colleges.
WHS School CEEB Code
WHS TEST CENTER Code
"Who Sends What"? The WHS Application Process