Life after High School . . . What You’re Thinking

Written by
Sabina Haskell

February 2, 2017


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From friends, family, and teachers to movies, myth, and legend—there’s no shortage of info about what college is supposed to look like, feel like, and be like. Still, lots of Vermont high school students say you just don’t know what’s ahead. You do have a lot to say about the unknown territory that’s college. Some of your thrills and chills:

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You can turn your chills into thrills. Here are some tips to head you in the right direction:

1)   Research one college or career training program that you’re interested in and see what the course requirements are for admission.

2) Meet with your school counselor to make sure you have all the courses you need not only for graduation, but also for college or a training program.

3) Grab a friend and attend College Pathways in March or April! Let’s be honest: Even the most independent rely on help from others. That’s why we’ve lined up college planning experts for workshops that’ll walk you through what’s ahead—from the college search through admissions essays to financial aid. Learn more and register today!