• The John Burroughs High School College/Career Center is open daily between
    7:00 AM to 3:30 PM, Monday thru Friday, August through May.
    The College/Career Center Staff is available to serve the students of John Burroughs High School as well as the Burbank Community.

    Phone: (818) 729-6900 Ext.64901
    Fax: (818) 846-0624
    Follow us on IG @jbhs_cccenter

    Contact your counselor for more information about college and classes.
    For information regarding Career Tech Education contact:
    Shannon Marando, Head Technician - Ext. 64901

    Kathy DiNapoli, Career Tech. Ed. Technician - Ext. 64902
    Diana Dysthe, Career Tech. Ed. Counselor - Ext. 64903
    For more information on our Career Technical Education program, visit the district website at www.burbankusd.org/CTE.
  • Seniors!  Attending GCC next fall?  ECAP (Early College Acceptance Program) assists graduating high school seniors with completing the necessary steps for Priority Registration.  Deadline to complete all steps is April 22, 2022.  Click here to see a flyer with more info.

    BUSD and BWP have partnered to offer a paid internship to a few of our students.  This internship may turn into an apprenticeship and lifelong career with BWP.  It’s a really cool opportunity and it’s only for our students!  Interested students must be willing to work hard and enjoy hands-on, technical work.  Interested students should email directly to: BWPCareers@burbankca.gov or visit bit.ly/bwp-careers

    Join our Google Classroom! Code: ywgjdq5

    Check out our BUSD Scholarship page by clicking HERE!  Scholarship websites, opportunities, applications and more!  Updated weekly.

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    Click here to learn more!

    Dual Enrollment

    • Earn both high school and college credits. 
    • Choose from a variety of classes, including: Armenian, Animation, Speech, and Child Development.

    Click HERE for more info

    Tips for Applying for Scholarships

    1. Read the eligibility requirements carefully, along with the deadline dates.
    2. Get a brag sheet from the College/Career Center, fill it out and give it to teachers, a counselor, or anyone whom may be writing a letter of recommendation for you. The earlier you get started, the better. Most scholarships require two or three letters of recommendation.
    3. Organize your applications, your parent’s financial information, your test scores, transcripts, letters of recommendation, and anything else that is requested.
    4. Follow instructions to the letter, and make sure that your application is legible.

    Proofread your application, or have someone do it for you, and also make a copy of your application for your records.