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Sky is the limit - MS Career and College Readiness

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Transcript of Sky is the limit - MS Career and College Readiness

The Sky is the limit
With a little planning and some knowledge, the sky is the limit for
your future!
Elementary School: Learning how to learn
It's as easy as 1, 2, 3
College and Career Training
Finish your degree!!!
Being College and Career Ready in Middle School and High School gives you so many opportunities!
You Are Amazing!
Your future starts now!
To see this again go to east.slcschools.org Counseling Center
College and Career Readiness for High School
Middle School: Learning how to plan, set, and accomplish goals
High School:
Planning and preparing for lots of possibilities
GPA
Grade Point Average A= 4 points
B= 3 points
C= 2 points
D= 1 point
F= 0 points
Take Rigorous Classes:
* Honors Class
* AP Classes
* Concurrent Enrollment
*Two years of a World Language
Have a plan - a 4 year plan
(by 8th grade)
Get involved
play a sport
join a club
run for class office
volunteer
ACT
I want to be a....
I am good at....
YOU ARE HERE!
And classes that really interest you!
Have fun! Don't Stress!
How do I know what I want to do with my life?!?
DON'T
STRESS!
TRY LOTS OF NEW THINGS
THAT INTEREST YOU

Complete Middle School Requirements:

English 2 credits
Math 2 credits
Science 2 credits
History 1.5 credits
Fine Arts 1 credit
PE/Health 1.5 credits
CTE 1 credit
Electives 4 credits
Total = 15 credits


Most jobs require training
that's equivalent to
1.5 years of college
FAFSA
College
Admission
Workshop
Free Application for Federal Student Aid
https://fafsa.ed.gov/
Grants
Scholarships
Loans
Work Study
What if I'm not sure
I can afford college?
School is easy when I...
Matters
Your
Bachelor's Degree
15 credits/semester
to finish
in 4 years!
How do I choose where
to go to college?
When do I apply?
How do I apply?
Early Decision?
Early Action?
Regular Admission?
Universities

Colleges

Community Colleges

Junior Colleges

Technical/Vocational School

Public

Private

In State

Out of State

Official Transcript
Application Form
Essay
ACT scores
Disciplinary info
Application Fee
(can use fee waiver- ask your counselor)
Counselor or teacher Recommendation Form
Midyear report form
Fill out the
College =
1 year certificate programs
2 year associate's or technical degrees
4 year bachelor's degree
or more - graduate school
(Master's, Ph.D, M.D., J.D.)
When do I fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application?
In 12th grade!
It takes about 20 minutes and it is "FREE $$" for college.
Take a college entrance exam
a couple of times.
* College Admissions Assessment
* Taken in 11th & 12th grade
* Can take as many times at you want
* Only best scores used
* Costs = $39.50 each time
(Can request fee waiver from counselor)

12th grade.
You can apply for private scholarships.
Talk to your counselor for more info.
Your Senior Year
But you start preparing
TODAY!!!
Military
Parents
Grandparents
Save $50 a month
Does middle school matter?
Full transcript