Schools/Programs  >>  The Three Es  >>  Enrolled

Students exploring the Enrollment pathway are interested in continuing their education at a trade school, college or university.  It is important to maintain good grades, establish good study habits and skills, and take challenging courses as early as middle school to prepare for higher education.  Talking about college, researching college admission requirements, and visiting multiple campuses will give students a better understanding of what to expect.  It is important to communicate with your guidance counselor and explore the courses that are relevant and rigorous that will coincide with their future plans, interests, and abilities.


Senior Year Guide


Decide where you want to apply, and begin your college essay(s).  Make sure to submit at least one application and begin completing your FAFSA!



Commit to your college.  Make sure to register for orientation.  Celebrate graduation, and thank family, teachers, and counselors.


Write and edit your essays, submit your application(s) and complete your FAFSA.  Apply for available scholarships and compare financial aid packages.  If you receive multiple acceptance letters, decide where you want to enroll. 


Contact your college with questions.  Attend orientation and register for classes.  You will need to go ahead and order books and other required materials for classes.


Important Dates

  • Early college applications begin as early as October.  Students should check to see if their college of interest participates in College Free Application Week which is usually held in October.  During this event, students can submit their applications as the application is waived.
  • Many college application deadlines are February 1st.

Contact your school counselor with questions.



Additional Resources