Student & Parent Resources

College Prep

  • Students must be present when registering to answer some of the questions.
  • Sign up early to ensure test site availability.
  • The high school code for Lima Christian is 332814 (this code must be included for the scores to be reported to us and included on the student’s transcript).
  • Download practice tests. Spend about 10-20 min each day on these to become familiar with the way questions are worded. Check your results.
  • SAT prep courses are available from Sylvan, Huntington, MCC, GCC, and various local high schools and libraries. There is a cost associated with these courses. Prep books also available from book stores. The best preparation is consistent practice over time.

College Prep with Paul Celuch

Grade 8 to 9
Grades 9 to 10
Grades 10 to 11

  • Register for the ACT or SAT. You should be ready to take them by spring. If not, take them early in your senior year.
  • Prepare for the ACT or SAT by using your PLAN and PSAT results. Consider taking a prep course: see counselor for details
  • Visit with admissions counselors who come to your high school, attend a college fair, and begin researching colleges online
  •  Talk with your parents about colleges that interest you
  • Prepare a list of questions to ask on campus visits
  • Visit colleges and talk with college students
  • Investigate scholarship opportunities (internet searches and the local library are good places to start)
  • Volunteer for activities and clubs related to career interests
  • Get a part-time job, apprenticeship, or internship; or job shadow in a profession that interests you
  • Visit with your school counselor to make sure you are on track to graduate and fulfill college admission requirements
Grades 11 to 12
Final Thoughts - All grades

Mental and Emotional Health

If you need emotional or mental support, please reach out to our school counselor Stacy Tripp, who will respond as quickly as possible. With a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy, Mrs. Tripp is a wonderful resource for our families. If you are in a crisis or need to speak with someone immediately, Crisis Services 834-3131 (adults), Spectrum CARES 882-4357 (under 18), and the Crisis Text Line (Text HOME to 741741) are all available.

School Hours

M-F: 8am – 3:30pm


1574 Rochester St, Lima, NY 14485