Counseling and School to Career Transitions/Pathways Program
Ninth grade students learn about themselves, their preferences, personalities and strengths, and how these elements can be utilitzed in career selection. The True Colors survey completed in Health classes and SCANS and Learning Styles surveys are completed in the Career Center through the English class.
Tenth grade students use the Choices program, available on computers at school or through the internet. In addition, tenth graders learn about Multiple Intelligences as related to extracurricular interests, elective courses and career options.
Eleventh grade students also take the Keirsey Personality Temperament Sorter and relate results to career interests. Students receive Student Guides to help them and their parents plan for post-secondary options and they use Choices to match career goals with appropriate post-secondary placements. Many students participate in ROP classes and Work Experience.
Twelfth grad students complete and Emotional Intelligence survey and work on their Senior Exit Portfolio. Many students participate in ROP classes and Work Experience.
The intention of the Pathways/Transition Program....