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Explore Your Options

Grad : Career Planning

Ideally, a career should match a person's interests, abilities, and values. The following career-planning resources can be useful in identifying possible career pathways. 

Set : Paying for College

Ready : Preparing for My Education

The rest of high school is going to fly by. Hopefully you’ve already started a list of colleges you might be interested in—junior year is the time to start narrowing your options for schools or programs.

Ready : What You Need to Know

By the time you graduate from high school, most jobs will require a college degree. If you want to be able to support a family, and have the things you want in life—like a home and a car—then earning a college degree is your best option.Whether you go to a four-year university, to community college, or to a technical or vocational school, if you choose to advance your education past high school, you’re choosing a better life for yourself.

Ready : Overview

Welcome to high school! There’s a lot to learn, and it’s never too early to start planning your next steps after graduation.

Grad : Transfer Planning

Colleges in Washington State have degrees and agreements to make transfer from a community or technical college to a four-year college or university easier for students.

Public community and technical colleges offer transfer associate degrees that transfer to all public four-year colleges and universities and many private colleges and universities.

These degrees allow students to meet all or most lower division general education requirements before they transfer. Depending on the degree, they may also meet some lower division requirements for their major.

Grad : Military Information

Military Information

The military can offer a diverse and challenging set of experiences and skill development. Along with travel opportunities, it also helps pay for part of your education. 

To join the military, you need to be physically fit and have good grades. Skill in math, engineering, science, and foreign languages can help you advance.

Set : Find the Right School

Colleges and Universities

Two-Year Colleges

Two-year colleges, often referred to as community or technical colleges, offer associate degrees and certificate programs. Washington community and technical colleges offer a wide variety of programs and coursework. Several two-year pathways offer easy transfer opportunities to four-year colleges and universities.

Grad : High School Grad & College Admission Standards

High School Graduation Standards

The State Board of Education website provides information on the Washington State High School graduation requirements for each graduating class.

The Washington Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction's (OSPI) website offers additional details on the state's graduation requirement, as well as information about the High School and Beyond Plan.

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