Presentation on theme: "What do I want to do beyond high school ?. Need “passing” scores on the ACT or SAT Need at least a 3.0 GPA Need to take rigorous high school coursework:"— Presentation transcript:
Need “passing” scores on the ACT or SAT Need at least a 3.0 GPA Need to take rigorous high school coursework: Foreign Language- 2 years or more Algebra II in math- minimum Honors level coursework when possible Extra Academic Electives ( i.e. Creative Writing, Greek Mythology,)
Take ACT or SAT College Admission Test at the end of your Junior Year Visit College Campuses (4 allowed) Apply to (1) or more colleges by November 1 st of your Senior Year Apply for Housing as soon as you are accepted
2 x 2 Transfer to a 4-Yr Program 1-2 Year Associates Degree AA Degree in Accounting AA Degree in Nursing Certificate Program -to Work Examples: EMT Firefighter Medical Assistant Web Designer
PTEC- (2) Campuses CLEARWATER ST. PETE Automotive * Child Care Cabinetry * Dental Assisting Cosmetology * Pharmacy Tech Commercial Art * Commercial Vehicle Electronics * Landscaping Web Design
ARMED FORCES- 4 YEAR COMMITMENT Air force U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY USAFA, CO 80840, (719) 333-1110 DSN: 333-1110, Army USMA Admissions Building 606, West Point, New York 10996 (845) 938-4041 Coast Guard U.S. Coast Guard Academy · 31 Mohegan Avenue · New London CT 06320-8103 Marines US Merchant Marine Academy 300 Steamboat Road * Kings Point, NY 11024 Navy United States Naval Academy 117 Decatur Road * Annapolis, MD 21402-5018 * (410) 293-4361 * Additional information regarding careers in the military: www.todaysmilitary.com/careers
Electronic and electrical equipment repair Engineering, science, and technical Healthcare Vehicle and machinery mechanics
Apply to one of the Academies during your Junior Year Must have a high GPA- 3.5+ Must have taken higher level coursework- Minimum 4-year college work PLUS Acquire a congressional nomination AN APPOINTMENT TO ONE OF THE MILITARY ACADEMIES IS A FULLY PAID 4-YEAR SCHOLARSHIP WORTH OVER $100,000!
You will increase your odds of earning more money with additional training beyond high school. Generally speaking, the more training, the more money you make! Don’t know what kind of career you would be interested in? Take the ASVAB on December 9 th at LHS-in the Auditorium.