College and Career Center
Career Center 240-740-5413
College admission counselors wishing to request an appointment to visit should email Luana Zimmerman in the Churchill College Career Center Luana_P_Zimmerman@mcpsmd.org. Visit times correspond to Churchill bell times: 7:45, 8:35, 9:25, 10:15, 12:05, 12:55, 1:45. There is no school September 10, 19 and November 6. Due to altered school scheduling no appointments will be scheduled October 5, 10. Last visits for the fall are October 31.
In School College Admission Counselor visits primarily take place during the months of September and October. Admissions representatives from over 200 colleges and universities visit the Churchill College/Career Center during school hours. This is an excellent time for students to learn more about specific colleges and their admissions and applications processes. Most often, the admissions representative that visits Churchill is the person who will review the student's application. These visits are a great time to informally meet and chat with an important person in the admissions process. Class time visits are open to seniors and juniors only. Lunch time visits are open to all students. Students should sign up for a visit in Naviance under "college/visits". A print out of the visit confirmation will serve as the student pass. Students must check in with their class teacher before attending a class time admissions visit.
School Profile: Class of 2018
Power Point from Senior Parent Program-College Admission 9/12/18
Power Point from Senior presentation by counselors on the application process
Colleges that accept ASL as a language credit.
Churchill students have the opportunity to take a MOCK (practice) SAT or ACT at Churchill on a weekend. For the low fee of $15 (a fundraiser for Churchill) you will take a full length SAT or ACT and receive a score report and score, interpretation, if desired.
Juniors and their parents will be able to schedule a college advising appointment with Mrs. Zimmerman in the College Career Center beginning January, 2017. Click the title for more information.