Carver College and Career Readiness
Post on 16-Feb-2016
DESCRIPTIONCarver College and Career Readiness. What are you planning to do after high school?. What are the exact requirements and courses needed to graduate from high school?. High School Graduation Requirements [Regulation 3315-R]. Also on pages 46-47 in College and Career Planner. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
College and Career Readiness
Carver College andCareer ReadinessWhat are you planning to do after high school?What are the exact requirements and courses needed to graduate from high school?High School Graduation Requirements [Regulation 3315-R]Also on pages 46-47 in College and Career PlannerWhat are the requirements to attend college after high school?The primary admission factor is academic achievement:Grade point average (GPA) in core academic courses
Rigor of course selection, and
Best combination of ACT or SAT score.
Primary Factors in Admission Decisions
SomeExcellence in academic achievement/creative endeavors.
Understanding of and respect for intellectual, social and cultural diversity.
Commitment to citizenship through public service, community involvement, school activities, leadership and/or family.
Additional Factors in Admission Decisions
What are the requirements to attend a technical program after high school?
http://tulsatech.edu/Admissions/Pages/Default.aspx100 Point Admissions SystemCareer Cluster Interest Survey = 50 points.
Visit the program of your interest from 3:00-4:00 on Thursdays = 20 points.
Explore Test (taken in 8th grade) or the Plan Test (taken in 10 grade) = up to 30 points (15 from Math; 15 from Reading)What are the requirements to join the military after high school?17 years old with parental consent18 years old without parental consentHigh School diploma required (No GED!)Pass Armed Services Vocational Aptitude BatteryNo criminal historyNo one with asthmaNo one taking ADD meds (for 3 years)
Military Enlistment RequirementsYou should keep a list of all of your school, community, and church activities including clubs, sports, honors, certificates, and leadership roles.Do you know why?On pages 18-19 of your College and Career PlannerSo . . . If your list is sparse, what should you do beginning now?Get involved!What do you know about the Six Year Plan of Study?Think about all of the adults at school. Pick someone that you think can talk to you about your future.Then ask them questions!!College and Career Readiness ResourcesGo to Carvers web page.Click on For Students.For StudentsOr just click here: