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Financial Aid

When do I submit my financial aid application?

FAFSA- October 1-March 2 (priority deadline)

California Dream Act- January 1-March 2

What financial aid application should I complete?

FAFSA is for citizens & permanent residents

California Dream Act is for students who are undocumented

Which tax return do I use?

For class of 2020 you will use 2018 tax returns

Financial Aid & Scholarships

To learn more about financial aid and scholarships please visit our Youtube Channel.




Attention senior students and parents: we are going digital!! Cal Grant Awards are free money provided by the State of California to help pay for the cost of college. If you are a graduating high school senior, meet academic, financial and eligibility requirements, you may qualify to receive a Cal Grant. In years past if a student who was heading to post-high school education wanted to apply for Cal Grant they had to submit the G.P.A. verification form via snail mail by March 2nd. This year we will be submitting our senior class' G.P.A. through an online system called WebGrants. We are required to explain this process to you and have an option for parents to "opt-out". Which means their child's G.P.A. would not be sent digitally through WebGrants. This process has nothing to do with college admission and deals only with the financial aid process. Please read the following forms for more information. English Spanish