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10th-12th Grade Courses

Once students complete their online 10-year plans in 9th grade, targeted classroom-based lessons in the 10th, 11th, and 12th grades ensure students stay focused on their goals. These three 16-lesson modules provide students with a "touch-point" in each year of high school to help them transition seamlessly to their post-secondary goal. Each workbook comes with access to an online Get Focused...Stay Focused!® planning area, so students begin their work in their consumable workbook and then complete their work online in an interactive area of This sophisticated hybrid-course provides the technological skills to assure students are ready to take advantage of technology advancements in learning.

12th Grade
Preparing to Act on Your 10-Year Education and Career Plan
  • Apply to college/post-secondary planning
  • Apply for scholarships & financial aid
  • Update resume, cover letter, and portfolio
  • Mock interview & job applications
  • Write a Student Education Plan
  • Update 10-year Plan
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GFSF Workshop Module 1
10th Grade
Developing Attitudes and Aptitudes that Promote College & Career Readiness
  • Research high-demand careers
  • Determine appropriate post-secondary option/pathway
  • Learn about college access and affordability
  • Continue to envision a productive future through autobiographical writing
  • Update 10-year Plan
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Diverging Arrows
11th Grade
Determining Your Informed Major and Post-Secondary Education Path
  • Research STEM-related careers
  • Reaffirm or change chosen career path
  • Choose a major to match chosen career
  • Find colleges that offer that major
  • Prepare for college applications
  • Update 10-year Plan
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Partners or collaborators
Foundation for California Community Colleges
George Washington University’s Freshman Transition Initiative
California Community College Chancellor's Task Force on Student Success
Academic Innovations LLC
UCSB Graduate School of Education California Dropout Research Project
UC Educational Evaluation Center, Gevirtz Graduate School of Education

Eastern Oregon University’s College of Education
California SB1070 Coordinators from select regions
Santa Barbara Foundation
Santa Barbara City College Dual Enrollment Department
Carpinteria and Santa Barbara Unified School Districts
Santa Barbara County Office of Education’s Partners in Education