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College Planning
College Board College Search

Explore your preferences and find out which college is right for you.


Have no idea where to go to college? Create search parameters, and you will get a list of potential colleges.


Examine more than 3,800 schools to find the college that's right for you. Take a virtual campus tour, apply online, and more.

What Can I Do With This Major?

Choose from a variety of majors to see what career opportunities are available.


This is a comprehensive website that includes 360 degree views of over 1,300 different schools and a free national scholarship search.  Students can search potential scholarships and register to win a $1,000 scholarship awarded annually by Edsouth.

Career Planning
Exploring Career Information from Bureau of Labor and Statistics

What do you like? Find information on careers based on individual interests.

Free Career Test

Take an online interest inventory and see results about what career fields interest you most.

Occupational Outlook Handbook

This is a great site if you are researching any occupation or career.

ACT World of Work Map

This website helps you find basic information about any career. You also see this map on your EXPLORE, PLAN, and ACT results.

AIM Career Link

Search job postings here and also get tips for interviewing and resumes,

Test Preparation

The ACT measures your skills and knowledge in English, Math, Science, Reading and Writing. It is a set of four multiple-choice tests which cover English, mathematics, reading, and science. The ACT Plus Writing includes the four multiple-choice tests and a Writing Test. The ACT is usually taken by students for the first time in the spring of their Junior year and can be taken, without penalty, as many times as desired.


The PLAN is the pre-ACT (American College Test). The ACT is one of the two most widely accepted college entrance exams. The PLAN helps students determine how they would perform on the actual ACT test. The PLAN tells the students how many and what types of questions they responded to correctly and incorrectly. It also tells the students what type of career might be good for them, strictly based on the kinds of skills exhibited on the test and the interest inventory.

Senior Project
Senior Project Guide

Need help with your Senior Project? Check out this link.