Ready : What You Need To Know
You’re already halfway through middle school. In just a couple years, you’ll be in high school, and then the next thing you know, you’ll be graduating!
Your grades will start counting toward your college applications in 9th grade, so if you haven’t perfected your study habits, now is the time. You should also start thinking about courses you can take that match your interests. Do you love reading? Take an Honors English class. Do you want to visit another country? Ask if your school offers foreign languages to 7th graders. Trying new and interesting things will help you do better in school.
Did you know? College graduates:
- Live longer, healthier lives.
- Are more likely to stay employed.
- Are more likely to enjoy their work.
- Can change careers more easily.
- Earn $20,000 a year more, on average, than high school graduates.
You can do or be anything you want in the future if you start planning now. Planning to continue your education after high school will help you achieve the future of your dreams. No matter what you want to be when you grow up, completing your education will help.
Residency and Citizenship
Your residency and citizenship status can have an impact on things like financial aid and the cost of tuition. If you are not a U.S. citizen, please visit our page on residency and citizenship.