Ready, Set, Go!
Student Planning Guide
is designed to assist you as you PLAN for the future:
, and eventually a
. It is packedwith information, so refer to it
Utah students can complete high school ready for college, career, and lifeby taking
advantage of the opportunities available to them as theymake theirway from elementary tomiddle
to high school. Here are some keywords and phrases that describe the planning process, from7
your way to success in 7
Every Utah student takes CTE Intro, a class
that sets a strong foundation for exploration.
Seventh grade students and their parents are
introduced to theCollege andCareer Ready
(CCR) Planning process and the important role
exploration plays in planning.
on your 7
grade exploration in 8
by taking elective classes in Career and
Technical Education (CTE), fine arts (art,
music, and drama), aworld language, andmore.
The planning process in 8
creating a4-year plan for high school
completion (9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grades).
seriously in 9th grade.
Take time in
9th grade to plan your school schedule to
to your future goals –
college and career. Plan to take classes that
challenge and prepare you for your future.
Learn aboutAppliedTechnology Centers,
online courses, and other options and
in 10th grade
to take classes
that prepare you to be college and career
ready. Your 4-year plan now includes
education after high school. Take advantage
of CTE classes, concurrent enrollment, and
more. Set goals to get involved in student
leadership organizations, participate in school
activities, do some community service, take
themost rigorous classes you can, and get the
best grades possible.
to succeed in 11th grade.
where you are going after high school
graduation and how to get there.Make all the
necessary preparations to reach your goals.
Be prepared for 1, 2, or 4 years of college
education and training after high school.
in 12th grade all of the knowledge
you have acquired.
Know that you can go to
college! College after high school is for all
students. Keep your options open as youmake
plans to attend 1, 2, or 4 years of college.
Handy Web Reference List
StepUp to College and Career
CollegeBoard (AP andSAT)
You CanGo to College!
NCAA (for student athletes)
FreeApplication forStudent Aid