Although a ‘gap’ year is becoming increasingly popular, 98% of Seton students go onto some form of post-secondary education immediately after high school.
Academic Advisors conduct individual and group advising sessions beginning in a student’s freshman year to help every student develop a clear pathway to college and careers.
There are many different colleges and universities offering a variety of majors and courses. Academic Advisors work with every student to help them plan for college and find a college suited to their career interest and learning style. Alongside their Advisor, each student is guided along the following steps of the college process:
Students also participate in Academic Guidance sessions to reinforce college and career success. Topics include study and notetaking skills; managing stress and anxiety; adopting proactive behaviors necessary for success; discovering career goals and interests; and scheduling courses appropriate to meet those goals.
Parent information meetings are scheduled throughout the year to keep parents informed of the college admissions process and to reinforce academic advising topics.
Career planning is a process that evolves over time. Many students and adults change their career paths as they learn about new opportunities.
Whether a student is just starting to plan or has a career path all figured out, Seton High School’s Academic Advisors are available to help with the process beginning in a student’s freshman year. The following is a general timeline Seton students follow to determine their career interests and paths:
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