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EXPLORE Family Night

EXPLORE results for parents
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James Keeton

on 5 March 2014

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Transcript of EXPLORE Family Night

What does it mean for you
and your student?
James Keeton, NCC, NCSC
Assistant Principal
Summit Middle School
Why take the EXPLORE?
Shows you your academic strengths

Helps you search for careers

Helps you choose high school courses and work.
or
or
or
Shows academic strengths
Gives ideas about careers
Helps decide high school classes
jobs
scholarships
work skills
Francis Tuttle
college choice
major choice
testing
internships
job shadows
guest speakers
field trips
military
interview skills
Admission:
varies by school and year
% admitted:
6%
6- year graduation rate:
97%
Cost:
$59,950
Financial aid:
-
100% needs met, 92% grant/scholarship
-
$46,051

$43,493
Net cost:
$11,156
Average debt:
$12,560
Admission:
24 on ACT + GPA/class rank
% admitted:
80%
6-year graduation rate:


60%

Cost:
$23,835
Financial aid:
-63% needs met, 45% grant/scholarship
-
$13,103 $7,135
Net cost:
$10,732
Average debt:
$22,541
Admission:
20 on ACT + GPA/class rank
% admitted:
80%
6-year graduation rate:


36%
Cost:
$20,523
Financial aid:
-49% needs met, 45% grant/scholarship
-
$7,108 $8,197

Net cost:
$13,415
Average debt:
$18,190
Admission:
high school graduation
% admitted:
not reported
Cost:
$4,702
Financial aid:
-60% needs met, 53% grant
-
$1,368
Net cost:
$3,334
Average debt: not reported
Admission: by application and interview
% admitted: varies by year
Cost: $800/semester
$0 during high school or 13th year
Financial aid:
-available, but not reported
Net cost: depends on length of program
Questions?
UCLA National Freshman Study
National Postsecondary Student Aid Study

76% get into their #1 college
55% took at least 1 AP class
71% rated themselves in the top 10%
12% are "concerned" with paying for college
average scholarship award -
$2,185
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