• Talk to your counselor about types of colleges and possible career plans.
  • Take the appropriate college-prep courses and honors courses in subjects you excel at.
  • Join clubs and activities in your areas of interest.
  • Build relationships with teachers and counselors.
  • Explore your interests and possible careers. Take advantage of career testing that is available through the guidance office.
  • Develop good study habits. The grades you earn now will be included in your final high school GPA and class rank so make sure you get off to a good start.
  • Discuss college plans with your parents/guardians and begin planning for college expenses.  
  • Look at the college information in your counselor’s office, the public library and online.  

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