3CR @ East

The Graduate Vision

At East High School, we not only want all of our students to graduate, we want all students to graduate COLLEGE, CAREER & COMMUNITY READY. That means that they have not only mastered academic content, but also possess a range of social and emotional skills. Throughout their four years at East, students engage in a variety of experiential learning and planning activities that will help them achieve their goals after high school.

In their 1st year at East, students are...

  • Developing skills for being successful in high school
  • Reviewing and updating their four year plan for high school and beyond
  • Reviewing on track to graduation status
  • Exploring careers
  • Presenting their portfolio presentation: sharing growth since the beginning of high school

In their 2nd year at East, students are...

  • Participating in an informational interview
  • Creating a resume
  • Exploring post-high school training and education, including admissions requirements
  • Reviewing and updating their four year plan for high school and beyond
  • Reviewing their graduation status
  • Presenting their portfolio presentation: sharing growth since the beginning of high school

In their 3rd year at East, students are...

  • Creating a personal statement
  • Researching financial aid options
  • Conferencing with the counselor
  • Reviewing and updating their four year plan for high school and beyond
  • Reviewing their graduation status
  • Presenting their portfolio presentation: sharing growth since the beginning of high school

In their 4th year at East, students are...

  • Finalizing their four year plan with senior action steps and financial plan
  • Presenting their portfolio presentation: sharing growth since the beginning of high school

Contact Information

If you have questions about Academic and Career Planning, please contact our Coordinators:

If you have questions about your student's schedule, transcript, or graduation status, please contact our Student Services office at (608) 204-1638 or reach out to your student's counselor.