With the growing complexity of the worlds and the increasing demands of the 21st century workforce, there is little question that all students should graduate from high school fully prepared for college AND careers.
From an academic perspective, college and career readiness means that a high school graduate has the knowledge and skills in English and Mathematics necessary to qualify for and succeed in entry-level, credit-bearing post secondary coursework with the need for remediation -- simply put, a high school graduate has the English and Math knowledge and skills needed to qualify for and succeed in the post-secondary job training and/or education necessary for their chosen career path.
Our college and career readiness page is a great place to start! You can access so many links by clicking here. You will find endless amounts of information, such as skill tests and career searches, selecting a college and seeing their requirements, help with building a 4 year college plan and figuring out how you can afford it! It is never too early or too late to start preparing!
Below you will see more of what we do directly in our schools to help educate and inspire our young Brickie minds! Students dressed up in their future careers, dressed for success, teachers decorated doors and sported their college gear and the week was finished off with some awesome in classroom experiences! Dr. Buffington took all the 4th grade students on a tour of the High School where they visited different classrooms, met with different teachers and got a glimpse into their aspiring future.