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7th Grade

Ready : Preparing for My Education

Do well in middle school and plan for high school by assessing your goals and setting new ones. If you haven’t set goals yet, you should! You should also start preparing for the Measures of Student Progress, maybe by taking a prep course.

Here are some things you can do throughout 7th grade to set yourself up for success in high school:

  • Set goals for middle school or junior high.
  • Take the most challenging language arts, math, social studies, and science classes you can handle. Don’t be afraid to stretch a little bit—most schools offer extra homework help or tutoring to support you.
  • Add classes in art, computers, robotics, or world languages if you can.
  • Do extra credit when offered.
  • Focus on learning as much as you can.
  • Ask questions and participate in class.
  • Learn to take good notes in class.
  • Practice good study habits and ask others for their study tips.
  • Get involved in school and community activities, like spelling bees, science fairs, and clubs.
  • Think about which activities and subjects interest you.
  • Talk to friends and family about their jobs and careers.
  • Talk to family members, teachers, counselors, and friends about your dreams and plans.
  • Optional Test Prep Activities: MSP Test Prep