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Academic and Career Planning (ACP) 11th Grade - HOW DO I GET THERE?

Grade 5-12 Academic and Career Planning (ACP) is a comprehensive process that engages families and our community to inspire, educate, and support each student in developing interests and creating his or her own plan.

Reflective Questions to Ask Junior Year:

How do I get there?:
  1. What do I need to be doing to have a competitive application for my post-secondary goals?
  2. What work-based experiences should I be doing to plan for my future?
  3. What score do I need on the ACT to achieve my post-secondary admission goals?
  4. Which campuses should I visit and do they offer my degree of interest?

Grade 11 Outcomes

Plan/How do I get there?
  • Understand how to evaluate postsecondary opportunities, do a college search, and locate and complete a college application.
  • Review assessment results and how they support post-secondary choices.
  • Understand financial implications for alternative post-secondary options along with resources available.
  • Complete required Team Talk with  school counselor.
  • Review and update academic, career and personal goals.
First Semester Activities Second Semester Activities
TEAM Talk with your counselor College Search/Campus Visits
Transcript Review Mock Interviews
Update Activity Resume Workplace Resume
Skills Lab Course Plan
Soft Skills Self Evaluation Financial Planning

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