About Us

About Us

Anchor Goal 1:
"100% of students will graduate ready for college and career!"

Our Mission

The Office of College and Career Readiness recognizes every child’s potential for post secondary success. The goal of the office is to ensure that 100% of students will graudate from high school college and career ready. We work to provide resources to students, school staff, parents and the community; to raise expectations and motivate each student to pursue dreams, realize talents, and achieve academic and career success.

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Our Vision

The Vision Statement of the Office of College and Career Readiness rests upon its four (4) Core Principles:

  1. Awareness - Alerting students and parents to the opportunities and options available in the realm of postsecondary education.
  2. Readiness - Preparing students and parents to meet head on with the criteria required to pursue postsecondary education.
  3. Access - Opening the doors to educational and financial aid options readily available to students and parents to meet their individual needs.
  4. Success - Actualizing the potential of every student to reach their career goals and dreams through educational pathways!
Here is a link to the School District's Action Plan 3.0

Our Goals

Goals of the Office of College and Career Readiness are as follows:

  • To ensure that all students and parents have access to postsecondary resources in grades 6 - 12.
  • To increase the number of graduates who are "college and career ready" and will enroll in postsecondary education each year.
  • To create equity among all students by brokering active partnerships with community organizations, corporations, institutions of higher education (IHEs) and SDP departments.
  • To increase the number of students taking the ACT and/or SAT and to assist in increasing ACT & SAT scores, including advocating for students to take the PSAT exam.
  • To promote and foster STEM literacy through collaborative and experiential learning opportunities in order to prepare students for postsecondary education and the 21st century workforce.
  • To provide and prepare students for the 21st century through leadership development opportunities.
  • To advocate for students and educate parents, community members, and other district staff about relevant issues and current trends in the college and career environment.
  • To increase the number of students participating in advanced placement and dual enrollment. 
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