Continuous Learning

Below are links to some helpful items during this time

All Students
There has been a big shift in your world due to this virus. How do you feel about it?
Here are  50 prompts you can use to explore/express during this time

Get a head start on your college planning!

View the presentation I gave in English 3 about college and career planning
View this Course to College booklet online (hard copy as a senior!) (English) (Spanish

Review ICAN's Countdown to College Calendar!

View ICAN's presentation on Paying for College

Don't forget to register for classes for senior year - visit Mrs. Wulf's page for instructions on how to register!
*****Make sure to register for my MCC Strategies for College Success class semester 1!*****

Are you ready for your Next Steps in life?  Is everything done for your plan after high school?
Check out this Next Steps document - we will go through these together, too!
Remember to reach out to me to finalize plans for after graduation!

Have you taken an MCC or PLTW class while at CCHS? If so, you must send your transcript to your next college.
Here are the directions to send your MCC transcript

Have you taken your ALEKS test for placement at your community college or regent (UNI, ISU, U of I) university?
If you have taken an MCC class this year you can take a practice ALEKS and get a tailored study plan!!
Go to and enter your MCC username and password (if you don't know it, please contact me!)
Click on EICConnect
Sign in, ALEKS will be on the left side of the screen
The practice placement test is 30 questions, NO CALCULATOR
Once you have completed the practice, it will give you lessons to work through to improve your score!

Have you considered how you are paying for college? Remember to take loans as a last resort. 
To compare award letters and predict your future debt, go here

Review ICAN's Countdown to College Calendar (scroll down to second page)

Are you receiving scholarships? HOORAY and CONGRATULATIONS!!
You need to tell me each scholarship awarded by your college and each awarded by an outside source.
See an example of how to format your scholarship thank you letter (required! do them) 

Ready to go to college or nervous about the next step. You BELONG at your chosen college, job, military, or trade school.
Remind yourself of that and do some thinking, here is a Student's Guide to the First Year of College!