College/Career Center

Liberty High School College and Career Center located in room 1201 from Monday through Friday starting at 8:00am - 4:00pm

Staff Member Name  Phone Number  E-mail
Anna Certuche (Guidance Tech)
ext. 65204 
[email protected]
Our Mission Statement
To provide our students college and career planning, academic support, career guidance, college application assistance and resources. We collaborate with our parents/guardians, community partners, academic counselors and California Student Opportunity and Access Program (Cal-SOAP) to better understand our students goals and needs. Students are welcome to come into our office with or without an appointment for further assistance. While we support all students, the majority of individual appointments are scheduled for seniors and juniors.
📢Attention Seniors (12th Grade)📢
To be informed about our events, workshops, special guests, and deadlines please join: 
The Senior Scholarship and Important Information Canvas Page 
The Senior Class of 2024 Google Page (Code:aj6ls3p )
Freshman (9th Grade) Check List 
  • Download Canvas and Outlook phone applications using your kern high school email 
  • Visit the college and career center to learn what services we provide 
  • Schedule an appointment with your counselor 
  • Explore different career pathways pertaining to your interests
  • Get involved on campus by joining student organizations/clubs 
Sophomore (10th Grade) Check List 
  • Research military branches, jobs, colleges, universities, and or vocational schools
  • Continue communicating with your counselor about your goals 
  • Look into volunteer opportunities in our local community 
  • Consider Dual Enrollment, Concurrent Enrollment, and or ROC/CTEC
Junior (11th Grade) Check List 
  • Learn how to navigate the financial aid process 
  • Continue communicating with your counselor regarding any career changes 
  • Start drafting your resume and cover letters
  • Visit college, university, and or vocational school campuses  
Senior (12th Grade) Check List 
  • Create a personal email (Gmail or Yahoo) for college and career application purposes
  • Connect with your counselors, guidance tech, and college success coaches for support
  • Keep track of all deadlines for the college and career institution you're applying to
  • Finalize your educational plans (2-year plan or 4-year plan) 
  • Gather your personal information and transcripts for college and career applications
  • Attend workshops and events to help you prepare for your future 
  • When in doubt, ask for help!