OVCA Counseling & Academic Planning
OVCA has an incredible counseling team looking forward to supporting you all year long. Counselors do lots of things from reviewing transcripts, creating graduation plans, course assignment, preparing students for decisions about college and career, dual enrollment, and so much more!
Oklahoma Graduation Paths
Career and College Resources
Check out these great resources for college and career information:
Preparing for College Year-by-Year
Career Technology Centers
Juniors and seniors who are on track for graduation are strongly encouraged to attend an area Career Tech Center program while still attending high school. Students are responsible for contacting their local Center to determine program offerings, application deadlines, and admission requirements; these will vary from one Career Tech Center to another. To determine the Career Tech Center your student is eligible to attend, please contact your High School counselor or check out the links below.
The ACT is the leading US college admissions test, measuring what you learn in high school to determine your academic readiness for college. Students will take the ACT during 11th grade as a part of state testing requirement. Additionally, any high school student may optionally sign up for a national test date through the link below.
National ACT Test Registration
You will be prompted to enter our school's unique CEEB code. Please use 372541. This will generate a score report to be sent to both your home address and our school office.
The SAT exam is an admissions test used by many colleges and universities to assess a potential student's academic strengths and readiness for college. The intent of the SAT is to measure a student's capabilities in the core areas of reading, writing and mathematics.
When registering, you will be prompted to enter a CEEB code. Please use our OVCA code 372541 so results will be sent to both you and the school office.
Senior Scholarship Opportunity
Do you know a graduating senior who attends high school in Oklahoma? If so, encourage them to apply for one of this year's Oklahoma State Fair scholarships.
Established in 2002, the scholarship program has awarded nearly $250,000 in scholarships to deserving and qualified Oklahoma youth. Applications for the one-time, $2,500 scholarship will be accepted NOW thru Friday, March 29 at 4:59 p.m!