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- High School Completion Options (Secondary School)
- After High School (Post Secondary Education)
- Life After High School Transition Tool Kit
From New Hampshire's Parent Information Center, this tool kit has information for families about the IEP process and transition, things to consider and do during high school to prepare for life after graduation (69 pages).
- Going to College
This web site is for teens with disabilities who are preparing for college. It has information about using your strengths and learning styles to be successful; knowing what to expect in college classes; and preparing (including to-do lists for high school students) and applying for college.
- Other education options
This web page at Think College! talks about certificate and adult education programs that are other school options instead of going to a 2-year college or 4-year university.
- College or training programs
This 2-page document from the Pacer Center talks about the choices of going to work, getting into a certificate program, or going to college (from technical schools to universities). It also has things to consider if you decide you want to go to college now or later.
- Education and training
This web page Work Ability Utah talks about options for getting training like apprenticeships, on-the-job training, Job Corps, joining the military, and going to college.
- Why go to college?
This web page at Think College! helps you think about options for work, certificate programs, and college degrees and how many hours you would need to work to pay for your $15 music download.
- Understanding college
This web page at Think College! talks about concurrent enrollment for college classes while you're in college; differences between high school and college; how to get ready to advocate for yourself when you are in college; and more.
- Helpful hints about college
This web page at Think College! gives hints on what you need to do to succeed, study skills, learning styles, time management, goal setting, taking time to relax, and more.
- Working with educational coaches
This web page at Think College! talks about speaking up for yourself even if you have an education coach and what kinds of things you might need support with or you might need to be responsible to do on your own.
- Paying for college
This web page at Think College! talks about different ways to pay for college like waivers, dual enrollement (concurrent classes) in high school, scholarships, grants, work-study, and more.
Last updated: June 13, 2010.
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