High School Students
Resources for high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors
Calculate your Scholarship Eligibility
If you have your High School GPA and your ACT scores handy you can calculate how much merit scholarship you may receive at Silver Lake.
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Download an admissions checklist
How to Apply:
- Complete an Undergraduate Application.
- Have your guidance counselor complete and return the Guidance Counselor Reference Form
- Have your official high school transcripts sent to the Office of Admissions.
- Have your ACT scores sent to the Silver Lake Admissions Office
- Graduation from an accredited high school with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale or satisfactory scores on the GED (General Educational Development) test or HSED (High School Equivalency Diploma).
- A minimum of 16 units of credit to include 4 units in English, 3 units in math, 3 units in history or social studies, 3 unit in science, 1 unit fine arts or foreign language.
- Satisfactory scores on the ACT or SAT test (American College Testing Program or Scholastic Aptitude Test).
If the high school transcript for six semesters gives evidence of the necessary scholastic ability, acceptance is offered at that time. A final transcript must be sent upon graduation from high school.
Find additional information on when specific courses are offered.
Apply online to the Silver Lake College Traditional Undergraduate Program.
Learn more about Silver Lake College and request a paper application.
Learn more about the general requirements of our Traditional undergraduate program.