Successful You: Pre-Event Survey
Please take this survey prior to/before attending the Successful You: College and Career Readiness Virtual Fair on Wednesday, May 5. Information you provide will help us gather your questions and help us get to know you better.
How do you identify racially/ethnically?
Multi or Bi-Cultural/Ethnic
Would rather not say
Which pronouns do you use?
Rather not say
What grade are you in?
What school do you go to?
Beverly Cleary K8
Cesar Chavez K8
Creative Science K8
daVinci Arts MS
Harriet Tubman MS
Harrison Park K8
Mt Tabor MS
Ockley Green MS
Robert Gray MS
Roseway Heights MS
Sunnyside Environmental K8
West Sylvan MS
What would you like to hear more about from a High School or College student?
Transitioning to 9th grade from middle school
Skills needed to be successful in classes
The challenge and advantage of advanced coursework (AP, dual credit, IB, etc)
Balancing sports with academics and everything else
Extracurricular activities such as clubs or community service
Affinity groups/clubs (BSU, Asian Student Union, MEChA, etc.)
Working a part time job while attending school
Balancing home responsibilities with school
Social life in high school - Meeting new people
What you would have told yourself as a middle school student knowing what you know now
How to communicate with your teachers
Getting prepared for College
Building a College Resume as a 8th/9th grader
If you could ask a High School student a question, what would you ask?
Do you have a question for your career speaker?
Do you have a question for a college admissions counselor?
Have you started thinking about how to be successful at school and how that connects to your future?
I haven't thought about it at all
I've thought about it a lot
Education after high school and being a life-long learner are important for long-term success.
I strongly disagree
I strongly agree
I know where to find information about High School and my future to make decisions.
I have no idea where to start.
Yes, I talk with my counselor, use internet and attend school events.
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