- Keep your grades up and complete your assignments with effort. The learning you do now will position you for college-level work.
- If you have a learning or physical disability, or health issue, request college accommodations now.
- Be timely in your response to information requests from your prospective college so you get priority for orientation, course choices, housing, and the like.
- Register and prepare for the SAT or the ACT
- Ask two academic junior year teachers for recommendations and be sure to discuss your choices with us first.
- Continue researching your list and participate in virtual or in-person tours and information sessions.
- Make plans to take both a practice SAT and ACT to determine which test is a better fit for you. Share your results with us so we can create a testing plan for the coming year.
- Work with us to make a list of activities so you can evaluate and see if you may want to pursue an additional interest this summer or next year.
- Finalize summer plans and do something interesting and meaningful in line with your interests and goals. You can do independent projects, online or in-person volunteering, work or intern, or take a course. We can help you come up with ideas.
- Stay committed to planning ahead for long-term essays and papers, and tests. End the year strong academically.
- Prepare for AP exams by studying and trying to perform as well as you can.