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College and Career Readiness

College and career preparation begins early in high school.  In addition to completing an academically rigorous schedule, students need to become involved in school courses or community activities that interest them or let them explore career interests. 

Your school counselor can answer questions about what classes to take, how to sign up for standardized tests, how to choose and apply to colleges, and where to get money for college.  The counseling department provides classroom presentations and evening workshops that will assist students and their families in preparing for college and the application process.

Check out KnowHow2Go: The Four Steps to College, which suggests some actions you can take as you start thinking about education beyond high school.

Utilize the college search and interest inventory on College Board to help select schools, programs, and opportunities that best suit your individual interests, talents, and needs.  College Board also provides free test preparation for Advanced Placement and SAT. 

Prepare for the financial requirements and determine your financial needs. or or

Please speak with your counselor if you have any questions about the information provided.