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About College and Career Readiness

    • What does it mean to be College-Ready?

      A student who is “college ready” is prepared for any postsecondary goal without the need for college remediation. The student meets the minimum Texas Success Initiative scores through the SAT, ACT, or TSIA.

      *College Remediation: College Remediation is enrolling in additional developmental courses (English and Math) at a 2 or 4 year institution to prepare a student to complete standard college-level courses. These courses will not count towards the students' degree plan and must be taken prior to enrolling in standard college-level courses.   

      What does it mean to be Career-Ready?

      The student has completed or is working towards an industry certificate. The student has met TSI benchmark through the SAT, ACT, or TSIA.

      What does it mean to be Military-Ready?

      The student has successfully completed the ASVAB exam and met the required score for a specific branch of the military. The student has completed and submitted enlistment documentation to the recruiter and high school.

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