Sophomores - Class of 2026
Please make sure you join Mrs. Seger's Google Classroom.
Feel free to stop by with any questions or concerns!
3 Phases to Graduate
- You must earn a minimum of 22 credits
- Show competency (684+) on Ohio's high school Algebra I and English II end-of-course exams
- Earn 2 diploma seals, 1 of which must be "state" defined
End of Course Assessments
Testing will be in April and May. We will have a testing schedule for you in the spring.
You will be taking the following:
- Geometry (some of you)
- American History
- English II
MVCTC and UVCC
Representatives from MVCTC will be visiting October 13, 2022 to explain their programs, the application process, provide information about our CTC visit and answer questions.
We will NOT be taking a trip to the UVCC. However, information about their open house and application process will be on the announcements closer to December.
To learn more information, you can visit their websites listed below. You will find information about various programs that are offered at each place.
Considering Career Options
As you navigate through high school, you may have an idea for what you want to do when you graduate or you may have no clue at all! Either way, now is the time to consider all of your options and be open-minded about your future.
Use the online resources below to help you figure out some options for after high school.
A website sponsored by the US Department of Labor.
On this site, you can:
- search for careers with key words
- browse careers by industry
- take an interest inventory to help you figure out what you'd like to do
A publication of the United States Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics that includes information about the nature of work, working conditions, training and education, earnings and job outlook for hundreds of different occupations in the United States.
Find a job, learn career skills, meet the requirements of your government benefits, and more.
A non-profit organization to help students.
On this site, you can:
- search for colleges by location, major, and more
- make a plan for after high school
- consider options for paying for college
U.S. Department of Defense
Learn more about the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Space Force, Coast Guard, and National Guard here.