College and Career Readiness
Our students are full of big dreams and big potential. It is our job to help advance, support and plan for their future goals. Regardless if college, career, military, or entrepreneurship are in your future, all HSE students will be equipped to succeed and evolve in a face-paced, ever-changing global environment.
You may think of college and career readiness as an high school pursuit, but at HSE Schools we begin to build awareness and exploration skills in our youngest learners. The focus in grades 7-8 moves from building career awareness to building career information.
The Indiana Roadmap for Student Success articulates some experiences that build career information as completing a graduation plan, participating in a job shadow or interviewing a professional in a career field of interest, creating a resume, participating in high school orientation, and exposure to financial literacy.
We are pleased to introduce Naviance, a secure web-based planning and advising system that helps students and parents navigate through high school and explore post high school options.
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FCJH Career Day
Fall Creek Junior High hosts an annual Career Day in the month of November. Students are able to attend two sessions, choosing from over 40 parents and community members who volunteer to speak to our 7th and 8th graders about their professions. Anyone interested in speaking at Career Day, may contact the School Counseling office.
21st Century Scholarship Program
Indiana’s 21st Century Scholars program offers income-eligible Hoosier students up to four years of paid tuition at an eligible Indiana college or university after they graduate from high school, dependent upon financial need. In middle and high school, Scholars are connected to programs and resources to help them stay on track for college and career success.
View more information on the 21st Century Scholarship Program
Northwestern University Midwest Academic Talent Search
Students who have scored at the 90th percentile or above, or scored a Pass+ on a nationally normed standardized achievement, aptitude or abilities test are eligible to participate in the Northwestern University's Midwest Academic Talent Search (NUMATS). Eligible students participate by taking either the SAT or ACT exams. After completing the exam of your choice, material about accelerated programming in the Midwest area is sent to you from NUMATS.
View the NUMATS Registration information