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Ready : Overview

Welcome to high school! There’s a lot to learn and it’s never too early to start planning your next steps after graduation.

Ready : What You Need to Know

By the time you graduate from high school, most jobs will require a college degree. If you want to be able to support a family, and have the things you want in life—like a home and a car—then earning a college degree is your best option.Whether you go to a four-year university, to community college, or to a technical or vocational school, if you choose to advance your education past high school, you’re choosing a better life for yourself.

Ready : Overview

Welcome to high school! There’s a lot to learn and it’s never too early to start planning your next steps after graduation.

Ready : What You Need to Know

By the time you graduate from high school, most jobs will require a college degree. If you want to be able to support a family, and have the things you want in life—like a home and a car—then earning a college degree is your best option.Whether you go to a four-year university, to community college, or to a technical or vocational school, if you choose to advance your education past high school, you’re choosing a better life for yourself.

Ready : What You Need to Know

You may think it’s early to start planning for college, but your time in high school will go by very quickly. That’s why getting a general idea of what to you need to do to prepare for college will save you time and stress later on.

Ready : What You Need to Know

Deadlines

The deadlines for applications to various schools can vary greatly, so make sure you keep a list of all priority and regular submission deadlines so you don’t miss out on applying to your top choice.

When you apply for the FAFSA or WASFA can determine how much aid you get, and this deadline also varies by school. You want to submit it as soon after October 1 as possible.

Ready : Timeline

Explore best practices and grade-level recommendations for students and families pursuing higher education.

 

Ready : Timeline

Explore best practices and grade-level recommendations for students and families pursuing higher education.

 

Ready : Overview

Welcome to high school! There’s a lot to learn and it’s never too early to start planning your next steps after graduation.

Ready : Timeline

Explore best practices and grade-level recommendations for students and families pursuing higher education.

 

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