Post-Secondary Education

Deciding what the best pathway for you after graduation from high school is, can be a tough decision.

If you are considering attending Post-Secondary Education, which comes in many forms:

  • 4 year College or University,
  • 2 year Trade school or Community College
  • Job specific training,
  • Joining the military
  • And many more

Use the tools below to help you determine the best pathway for you and what skills you need to master to be ready!

CollegeReadinessChecklist.pdf

Are you ready for college? Do you possess the skills needed? Read over this document to find out!

StudyHabitsQuestionairre.pdf

In order to be successful in college or post-secondary training, you need to master Study Skills. Where are your strengths? What areas can you improve upon? Complete this questionnaire to see where you stand.

3.01 My Transferable Skills.pdf

Many of the skills you are working on in High School are structured to assist you later in life. Complete this Transferable Skill Assessment to become more self-aware.

11thGradeCompHSTransitionSurvey.pdf

This survey covers a multitude of things, including Post-Secondary Education, Jobs and Job Training and more.

StudentReadinessChecklist/Booklet.pdf

Use this Student Readiness packet to help prepare you for attending Post-Secondary Education.

It addresses things like being a self-advocate, knowing your disability, getting accommodations in college, choosing the right college, tips for transitioning to college for Students and Parents, and a timeline of steps to follow to be ready.

Interested in more information about Post-Secondary Education?