Welcome to High School!
Navigate this page to find information about College Crusade programs and services for high school students. These great opportunities will help you stay on the right path.
High School Requirements & Electives
As a high school Crusader, you must participate in our required programs. To learn more about our programs, please open this pdf file: High School Program Catalogue for 2016-2017.
High School Advisory
Find your school and click your Advisor’s name see office hours and the schedule for after-school programs:
360 High School – Dymond Bush
Academy for Career Exploration – Chelsea Davignon
Beacon Charter High School for the Arts – Brian Ahern
Blackstone Academy – Michael Neal
Central Falls High School – Marlene Martinez
Central High School – Justin Roias
Cranston High School East – Nazeli Avagyan
Classical High School – Samantha Barrus
E-Cubed Academy – Marangely Torres
Hope High School – Dymond Bush
Jorge Alvarez High School – Chelsea Davignon
Juanita Sanchez Educational Complex – Max Silva
Mount Pleasant High School – Dwayne Clement
Paul Cuffee High School – Nazeli Avagyan
Providence Career & Technical Academy – Lisa Minn
Shea High School – Michael Neal
Times 2 Academy – Dwayne Clement
William E. Tolman High School – Marlene Martinez
Wm. M. Davies Jr. Career Tech High – Marangely Torres
Woonsocket High School – Brian Ahern
If you attend a school that is not on this list, please contact:
Mobile Advisor for High School – Jacqueline Canola
College Planning Tips & Links
To see what you should be doing each year as you move from grade 9 toward graduation and college, click on College Planning Tips. And visit these useful links for more information:
Way to Go RI
Make your educational path easy by using the resources on this website especially for Rhode Islanders.
Learn how to plan and pay for college with help from the College Planning Center of Rhode Island.
Know How 2 Go
Find out the four steps to college and learn how to get moving on them.
Learn how to register and prepare for taking the SAT test.
Prepare for the SAT using these math, reading, and writing videos.
Gain insights about yourself and your interests, and learn more about college majors and career paths.
Fill out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid.
The Complete Guide to College Admissions
A comprehensive guide to navigating and surviving the college admissions process for students and their parents.
Make Me a Freshman
Free online checklists for applying to four-year institutions.
College Learning & Resource Center
Great tips and info about academic support, campus life, financial aid & scholarships, and student interest groups.
If you have any questions, please contact Chanda Womack, Supervisor of High School Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 854-5500 ext 128.