• Tenth Grade            
    • Explore career and college opportunities on www.bigfuture.collegeboard.org
    • Take the PSAT in October (FREE- for 10th graders).
    • Attend the NACAC College Fair at Prime Osborne in October as well as other college and career fairs in the area.
    • Review your PSAT score report with your parents (Dec/Jan).
    • Sign on to My College Quick Start after receiving your PSAT scores.
    • Research available test prep for ACT/SAT.
    • Take the PERT if you are interested in Dual Enrollment classes your junior year.
    • Apply for Dual Enrollment courses (if eligible).
    • Visit at least 3 college or other post secondary websites to review programs, admissions requirements, freshman profile, costs, and AP equivalents.
    • Interested in a service academy? If yes, request a pre-candidate questionnaire from the service academy.
    • Keep up participation in school activities and volunteer efforts.
    • Check your Bright Futures eligibility online in March and July www.flvc.org .
    • Turn community service hours form in to your school counseling office to be entered into the system.
    • Meet with your counselor to develop next year’s schedule.
    • Attend a parent/student/counselor conference to develop post secondary plans.
    • Apply for ACT/SAT/AP test accommodations if you are eligible (specific deadlines and requirements apply).
    • Look for a job, internship or volunteer position to help you learn about your field of interest.
    • Put aside money for college or other post secondary.