Six Activities for College Knowledge


Congratulations! The school year is nearly over. Your middle school students are a year closer to to high school, where they will officially be on the path to college. What obstacles do they face to getting a good a postsecondary education?

College knowledge a key element of college readiness and should be part of a student’s education long before high school. Many educational organizations, including ACT, EPIC, AMLE, and the U.S. Department of Education recommend that students begin learning about college as early as sixth grade. Middle school can play an important role guiding early preparation for postsecondary education through introducing students to the college prep process and teaching students the unique language of college. By the time students get to high school, they should be confidently on the path to postsecondary.

Select from the six fun activities below, adapted from The 21st Century Student's Guide to College , to help your students advance their college knowledge and build commitment to pursuing a postsecondary education. Student Text $12.95

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