Plan for College and Career Readiness
The Roy High School Counseling Department is focused on providing all students with college and career information that will help them plan for life after high school. With this information the students will develop a plan to guide them in their high school course selections and prepare them to enter college (1, 2 or 4 year programs). Students are encouraged to define their interests as they go through high school and develop a career plan based on those interests. Once each year students and parents are invited to meet with their counselor for a Plan for College and Career Readiness meeting. These individual meetings are preceded by a group presentation with general information pertaining to the whole group.
Information shared in the Individual and Group CCR meetings include: applying for college; current courses and school success; attendance and academic make-up options; college entrance testing information – ACT, PSAT, PLAN, and SAT; Internships, Concurrent Enrollment (earning college credit for classes in high school), Advanced Placement (AP) courses; ATC (Applied Technology College); Early Graduation: Early College; Scholarship Opportunities/Financial Aid; Alternative education (PM School, Two Rivers, Adult Ed, GED); University/College Admissions; Career Information; Military; and the NCAA Clearinghouse (athletes intending to play on the college level).