High School is a time for trying out things and getting yourself ready for life afterwards. Whether that is college, vocational school, or employment. Use the below information to help you on that path.
High School Resources
- Would the GED or a Diploma be better for me? Click here for help weighing your options.
- If you are in high school and plan on attending college, click here for a good place to start your planning.
- Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP) - The process of developing awareness, knowledge, attitudes and skills to become career and college ready. For more information about ICAP click here.
- Homework Help - If you are struggling in certain classes use this online tool but don’t be afraid to ask for help from your teachers.
- Homeless Youth Services - If you are struggling with homelessness and need support in school these resources are available to you.
- Also see the Unaccompanied Homeless Youth Tip Sheet
- Single Point Of Contact (SPOC) are available throughout the state and assist you if you are homeless in High School or College. Click here for more information and who the contact is for your school district or college.
General Education Development (GED)
- GED Classes - If you are looking for classes to help you get prepped before you take the test click here for agencies that offer GED preparation..
- GED Testing - Now that you are ready to take the test click here for what you need to do to take the test. There are also community agencies that can help you as well.
- Adult Basic Education - If you have been out of school for a while and need some basic education classes click here for organizations that can help in your area.
- Computer Labs - Locate a list of organizations that offer open computer time close to you.