College and Career Readiness

ACCE's Mission and Vision: Our mission is to develop the skills, values, and agency required for ACCE students to succeed beyond high school. All students at ACCE will be provide the foundational competencies and comfortability to choose the post high school pathway that best meets their skills, interests, and passions.

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CCR Committee Newsletter

October and November are a VERY busy time for seniors! We had homecoming, spirit week, SAT, and a ton of CCR tasks on their to do list so this is major crunch time. Any support you can offer seniors during these stressful tasks is greatly appreciated. The major tasks they are working on now are:

  • FSA ID

  • FAFSA Completion

  • Common App

  • College Applications and essays

  • Creating a job resume/cover letter

  • Service learning hours completion


Letters of Recommendation

Students will be asking for letters of recommendation from teachers so please be on the lookout for any requests in your Naviance account, email, or they may ask you verbally!

ACCE Family! Join us for CCR Night! It is never too early to prepare for college and or your future career so all grades are welcome! Giveaways, information about college & careers, employment & an alumni panel.

College Bound?

Students will be going to a College Bound college fair on November 15th.

Graduation Requirements

  • 21 credits in required courses

  • 75 SLH

  • High School Assessment Participation

  • Questions? See Ms. Coffey

Service Learning

All students must earn at least 75 service learning hours as a high school graduation requirement. 
Seniors graduating anytime in 2022 must meet the 75 hour requirement (no exemptions have been made for this group of students).

Internships

The ACCE internship program is a robust college and career -readiness program that allows students to gain experience in a field of interest. The internship program is currently offered to seniors who are on track to graduate on time.