• College is an investment you make for your future. The amount of time you spend preparing for college can lead to great benefits. These benefits can be more satisfaction in your career (not just a job), financial savings by being prepared for a post-secondary education, and higher earnings than if you only completed high school.
     
    College-bound students need to begin preparing for their post-secondary education and beyond while they are still in high school.  This can be done by selecting appropriate classes and earning good grades, gaining a better understanding of who they are, exploring career options, matching careers with college options, and creating a plan to achieve their goals. 
     
    Use the links found under the  Preparing for College section on the left side of this web page to find additional information related to college preparation:
     
    • College Admission Requirements
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    • College Comparison Worksheet
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    • College Planning Checklists for each Grade
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    • What Does a College Want?
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    • What Do Colleges Look for in the Admissions Process?
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    • PSEO
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    • Make College a Part of Your Future
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    • Get Set for College (ACT)
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    • College and Career Readiness (ACT)