Think about the following while keeping up with your high school course load.
Have you worked with your parents and counselor on your 4-year plan?
Do you know how to calculate your GPA?
Should you consider taking a college entrance exam prep course?
Four-Year Plan: A student’s written high school plan of academic courses.
SAT/ACT Prep Courses
AP Exams and AP Courses: College-equivalent courses offered in high school. Students can earn credit at most colleges and universities from AP Exams which are correlated to AP courses.
Basic College Vocabulary- Common terms used by many institutions of higher learning.
Dual Enrollment (Concurrent) Opportunities- Students take regular courses at their high school and part-time at a college campus.
Department of Education Dual Enrollment Information
PSAT/NMSQT-PSAT is a preliminary standardized test, a shorter version of the SAT, which can determine eligibility for academic scholarships.
ACT- College entrance exam published by American College Testing that measures a student's ability in math, verbal comprehension and problem solving.
Grade Point Average—a numerical value assigned to your scholastic record.