BTHS District 201

College &
Career Readiness

Self-Assessment — Knowing Yourself

There are many websites designed to help you explore career paths. O*Net can help you match your personality with potential careers.

Click below to start your search. This search can introduce you to careers which match your interest and give you options based upon the amount of school or training you will need after you graduate from high school. O*Net can introduce you to careers you never knew existed!

Decision Making

Picking classes for high school is based on a couple of things:

  1. Your future career plans, and
  2. Your test scores/teacher recommendations from middle school.

Remember that students have their own path and your path may not look like your peers’ paths.

Transition to High School — Advice From a Student

Transitioning to High School can seem daunting. From navigating a new school, to increasingly challenging classes, it is easy to get overwhelmed. Luckily, with the right preparation, navigating High School can be both manageable and fun! Watch the video for a former freshman’s advice on how to make the most of your first year.

Get Involved!

Getting involved in extracurriculars is a great way to expand your horizons, meet friends, and make your resume college and career-ready! Check below for offerings at your school.