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The Elk Grove Unified School District is committed to providing students and families with quality post-secondary information and planning resources. The below resources for parents and students will assist in navigating through college preparation, testing, the application process, scholarship and financial aid information and other post-secondary career choices. provides students with an all-inclusive guide for their college and career paths and enables educators to track their progress. The platform also provides families with the tools they need to support their students as they navigate the college, career and financial aid planning processes.
Career Planning
At Elk Grove Unified School District we strive to prepare all students for the 21st century workforce through college and career preparation. EGUSD offers students a number of opportunities to explore career choices while still in high school. This section offers students assistance in researching careers. All the information you need in one place.
College Choices
There are many types of colleges, universities and other post-secondary options to fit different career choices and student personalities. High school students should begin early on to figure out what type of school they would like to attend. 
The Elk Grove Unified School District’s Linked Learning program provides students with an educational experience that extends beyond the classroom and reaches into the future. We strive to guide each student in preparation for college and career.
College & Career Readiness
What does it mean for students to be truly college- and career-ready?
Planning for college is an exciting time for students. But for many it can prove to be a daunting task. The resources in this section are intended to help parents and students understand the steps that they should be taking in high school to prepare them for post-secondary education.
Financial Resources
The options for financial aid and scholarship resources are endless. 
It’s one of the most daunting tasks of the college preparation process – the college application.  Just one application can seem monumental and it’s recommended that students select five to eight colleges to apply to.
The Student Athlete
For student-athletes planning on playing a college sport, navigating the territory of preparing for college requires another twist in the road. For college-bound student-athletes, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Eligibility Center is an important step in the journey.