Welcome to College and Career Corner!
The purpose of this site is to consolidate transition-related information for Assets students and their families. While there are many paths to success, the majority of Assets graduates attend college after graduation, so much of this information is college oriented. Post-secondary institutions include community colleges, four-year colleges in Hawaii and on the mainland, art schools, and trade programs. Alternatives to college are also addressed by offering resume tips, links to information about gap year programs and military.
Starting in Fall of 2018, Naviance Student will be available for college planning for Assets High School. Stay tuned for updates as we set up the accounts and the program with students and parents.
Where did they go? Assets graduates since 2010 have attended the colleges and programs detailed on this google map:
Geared towards students interested in pursuing a four-year degree, this is a timeline for the college-bound Assets student. Find helpful documents such as the transcript request form on this page.
Please, submit transcript requests a minimum of 2 school weeks prior to admission deadlines to ensure timely delivery. The form for download is available on this page, along with helpful information about your records.
Find out what is coming up at Assets and in our community that relates to college and career transitions.
Find out what lessons we have gleaned from our graduates about what important factors contributed to their successes and difficulties.
Obtain information about college entrance exams such as the ACT, SAT, as well as preparation resources, many of them at no cost. Also, find out how to apply for accommodations for these tests.
An overview of the financial aid process and timeline for college-bound seniors.
Find scholarship search resources here. Most of these are geared toward college-bound seniors.
Links to various lists of programs to help you with your college search.
College Fairs are large, crowded, overwhelming, and incredibly helpful if used properly! Learn tips for how to make the most of your college fair experience.
Find out about Summer and Gap Year programs.
Tips for high school athletes and hopeful college athletes!