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BSM 2017 College Fair
BSM will host a College Fair Tuesday, April 25, 7 - 8:30 p.m. in the Haben Center. All juniors are required to attend as a part of their Building Your Future portfolio, and all other BSM students and parents are welcome to attend. Approximately 125 college and university representatives will be available to talk with prospective students and parents (click here to see the full list of colleges attending). They will answer questions about the college admissions process and provide information about their particular college or university.
Guidance/College & Career
The Benilde-St. Margaret's Guidance Department provides guidance and support to students and families. We assist students with academic planning and social and emotional development. We emphasize college and career planning throughout the high school years.
Please click on the links on the left-hand sidebar as appropriate; and note that up-to-date guidance information will be published in the Knightly News e-newsletters. Click here to find recent issues. We are also proud to provide our families with Naviance Family Connection accounts. Please see the information about this website below.
Access BSM's Naviance Family Connection Website:
For information about colleges, careers, the college application process, scholarship possibilities, college representatives visiting BSM, Twin Cities college receptions and much more:
- Go to https://connection.naviance.com/bsm
- If you do not know your username and password, you will need to see your counselor or go to the College and Career Center for "guest" registration information.
Juniors and seniors may be dismissed for a visit with the college representatives with prior permission from their teacher. Students will need a pass to attend. Parents are always welcome.
College & Career Center
The BSM College and Career Center is a resource center for students and parents. The counselors and trained volunteer parents staff the College and Career Center and are available to assist students. There are approximately 100 college representatives who visit with interested students each year in the College and Career Center.
Materials in the College and Career Center include:
- Print resources on college and career planning
- ACT/SAT preparation guides and registration materials
- Scholarship information and applications
- Part-time job listings
- Print resources on summer enrichment programs
- Test preparation software programs