Your Sophomore Year

Exploration - Learning about Yourself

  • Keep future options open; enroll in solid academic courses.
  • Do your best in all your classes. Grades do matter when thinking about post-secondary options.
  • Realize that attendance and tardies do matter. Strive to be to school and class on time.
  • Continue your involvement in extra-curricular and/or volunteer activities.
  • Explore future options. Use the Family Connections program. Talk to people about their careers. Talk to older students who are in college. Ask them what they would have done differently in high school. Talk with your teachers about your future. Ask them what college they attended. Ask them why they went into the career they did.
  • Talk more extensively with your parents/guardians about what you want to do after high schools, i.e., college, military, trade school, etc.

Attainable Futures-Exploring Career Opportunities

Attainable Futures is a program offered by District 99 and Chamber630. The program provides career exploration opportunities and enhances the skills necessary for students to enter the workforce. All sessions are taught by employers that work in our community. The application can be found here and is due on Friday, November 18, 2016


Grade Level Parent Programs
10th Grade - 2021 Open House Presentation 

September 13 - 10, 2021: Sophomore Discover You

December 9, 2021: Advisement Day

January 13, 2022: Conquering College Costs
7:00 p.m. Auditorium

January 18 – 21, 2022: Course Registration for 2020-2021 School Year

March 15, 2022: College and Career Planning Night
6:30 p.m.