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Getting Ready for College Choosing Classes SOLS PSATS High School Graduation Requirenments Extracurricular Activities Choosing A College Ready For College

Middle school is the time to begin planning for college. Below are different things you need to know about now, while you are in middle school, to be academically ready for college by the time you finish high school. You can find out what classes you should take in middle school to plan for college. Find out what the SOL test is and what it has to do with going to college. Learn how extracurricular activities help you go to college. If you are an 8th grader you will be picking high school classes soon. What classes do you have to take to graduate high school with a Standard Diploma? What classes do you need to take to receive an Advanced Diploma? You can also find out about PSAT's.