Prepping for the Future

Dr. Bostick introduces herself to the class and explains the objective of the College and Career Center.

Brandon Clark, Writer

Recently, the ACT Prep class, taught by Ms. Kierstens, took a trip upstairs to the College and Career Center where Dr. Bostick walked them through everything that they needed to know to be successful for life during and after high school. 

She explained to them the different types of colleges there were from four-year colleges, junior colleges, and technical colleges. Students should devise plans in high school to navigate their paths and decide the best course of action to take when pursuing an opportunity. Applications to colleges can range from twenty dollars to ninety dollars and scholarships available can start at a score of eighteen to twenty. 

Many college applicants should try their best for a good score, maintain their GPAs and select a college that suits their talents. Dr. Bostick also emphasized to take advantage of each upcoming test date and don’t fret if your score isn’t exactly where you want it to be. Dr. Bostick explained, “The College and Career Centers’ main goal is to prepare students for their life after high school whether it is post-secondary education, entering the workforce, or military. We value the unique skills and strengths of each student and will work individually with you to create a plan that celebrates your individual goals and gifts.”

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