Every student should have a plan for life after high school. In order to assist each student with the development of a plan, Evan Price-Loni Byers 2014 all graduates must complete the requirements for the high school exit interview. During the interview students will share information related to their unique career development. Ideally that development begins in elementary school and proceeds through middle school and high school as students engage in specific career development activities based on their interests, values and skills. The high school exit interview is the culmination of students' career development where they demonstrate a clear understanding of their post-secondary education options and essential activities needed to achieve their career/ life goals.

    Kuder Navigator - Starting to build a career plan? Looking for colleges? Ready to showcase your portfolio? Navigator makes planning for the future fun while providing the reliable college and career guidance you can count on. All students in the MVUSD school district have access to a personal account and lifetime access to Kuder Navigator.

    California State University Mentor - guides students in grades 6-12 through a road map to college.

    Peterson's offers such free guidance programs as "College Wants You" to help students connect to universities. Also publishes comprehensive books on colleges, which can be purchased on the Web site and at bookstores.

    Princeton Review allows students to explore hundreds of universities, which are rated by the Princeton Review based on such categories as athletics and academics. Also offers books on best colleges and "Counselor-o-matic," which helps connect students' academic record and activities with colleges that may be right for them.

    College Board offers Internet links to more than 3,800 colleges and universities in the United States. Many schools then offer online campus tours and online applications. Also offers students information on college entrance exams and requirements.

    March2Success - The U.S. Army Recruiting Command is helping prospective recruits and other students improve their test-taking strategies and math, science and English skills through March2Success, a free Web-based program. The curriculum was designed by Kaplan and Educational Options, Inc. Participants may select part of all of the sections offered though March2Success, and are free to repeat lessons. Registrants may request recruiter contact through the site; however, they are not required to do so and will not be contacted without request.

    For more college and career information, visit our high schools' web sites.


Last Modified on March 1, 2019