College and beyond is one of the best places to learn about
yourself. You’ll encounter new ideas and challenges. You’ll
discover new passions. You’ll bond with new friends who might be
very different from your friends in high school. A
post-secondary education opens doors to your future and offers
opportunities for you to grow into your best self. At our
core, we believe that every student deserves the opportunity to
be college / career ready and it’s our job to equip them with the
skills to succeed when they get there. A
post-secondary education is an investment in your
College Track is a free college completion program that empowers
students to graduate from a four-year college.
“We make a 10-year commitment to our students from 9th grade
through college graduation. We prepare students
academically, financially, socially, and emotion to succeed in
college and beyond.” -College Track
If you are interested in joining this program, ask a counselor.
American College Strategies’ Kathleen Griffin has created this
free multi-part video series to help students and families
understand how to
prepare for the college search and application journey starting
in middle school creating a 6 year plan.
Do you like learning new things? Do you want a brighter future?
Your teachers want you to have a great life, and Rice College
wants to help.
The most important thing that you can do to prepare for a
brighter future and a great life is go to college—any college.
Degrees are the keys to a positive future.
EOP is designed to improve access and retention of historically
low-income and educationally disadvantaged students. EOP students
have the potential and demonstrated motivation to perform
satisfactorily at a CSU, but they have not been able to realize
their potential because of their economic or educational
background. The program provides admission and academic
assistance to EOP-eligible undergraduate students. In many cases,
the program offers financial assistance to eligible
students. Campuses tailor their programs to accommodate the
needs of their student population.
18 recent graduates from Fern Bacon Middle School have been
selected as President’s Pre-College Scholars. They will
receive special guidance from the University of Californa to
prepare for college, include tips, tools, and strategies
delivered to them online.
These students are exemplar scholars. We encourage all our
students to continue to aim high, dream big, work hard and
achieve a University of California education.
This school year all students at Fern Bacon Middle School are
participating in a new district initiative to improve a student’s
college readiness and success. To achieve the California
College Guidance Initiative (CCGI) milestones, each student will
build a comprehensive online portfolio by participating in
classroom lessons to utilize the tools available on CCGI’s
website. The combination of technology tools and personal
guidance helps empower students to successfully research
potential colleges and career paths, choose high school courses
that prepare them for college, and nav
As the nation’s foremost test publishing company, ACT Inc. would
like to show its appreciation of 50 years of support with the
creation of this dedicated college and career planning website.
Here you’ll find a focused collection of tools and tips to guide
you through some of life’s most challenging decisions. No matter
if you are in direct pursuit of a career or anticipating a career
via some higher education path, the features of this site should
Companies want skilled technicians.Train where the jobs are.
Hands-on training with the world’s top auto and diesel brands.
Classes start every 3 weeks. 12 campuses nationwide. Graduate in
less than a year. Instructors with real world experience. 4 out
of 5 graduates get jobs in their fields of study.
Industry’s choice for technician training.
The Sacramento City Unified School District prohibits discrimination, intimidation, harassment (including sexual harassment) or bullying based on a person’s actual or perceived ancestry, color, disability, race or ethnicity, religion, gender, gender expression, gender identity, immigration status, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. For questions or complaints, contact Equity Compliance Officer and Title IX Coordinator: Stephan Brown – 5735 47th Avenue, Sacramento CA, 95824; 916.643.9425; firstname.lastname@example.org.