6TH -8TH GRADE

JUNIOR HIGH OR MIDDLE SCHOOL

Cost of Attendance for the Class of 2025-2027

State University $151,170    Out of State University $186,813     Private College $403,957

 

*If a family does not have a college fund or if the student does not have scholarships, there is a monthly cost of: 

$1,050 for State University, $2,276 for Out of State University, $2,805 for a Private College

This usually comes in the form of students loans and eventually student debt!!!

Dear Middle School Student: 

 

Think about college as an important part of your future. Discuss your thoughts and ideas with your family and with people at school. 

 

Start saving for college if you haven't already.

 

Take challenging and interesting classes to prepare for high school. 

 

Ask your parent or guardian to help you research which high schools or special programs will most benefit your interests. 

 

Develop strong study habits. 

 

Do your best in school and on standardized tests. If you are having difficulty don't give up-get help from a teacher, tutor, or mentor. 

 

Become involved in school- or community-based activities that let you explore your interests and learn new things.

 

Speak with adults, such as your teacher, school counselor or librarian, relatives, or family friends, who you think have interesting jobs. Ask them what they like about their job and what education they needed for it. 

Join the STANDARDIZED TEST PREP ACADEMY starting in the 6th grade!!!

 

 

 

                                         What do you want to do for a living?

 

Take time to explore career options before you begin your program of study at college or career school. A good understanding of your estimated earnings is key to determining reasonable student loan amounts. Learn about assessing the net price of a school in which you’re interested. A lower net price means less borrowing on your part!

Visit the College Search page to find potential colleges that are listed. These colleges offer an array of majors that can assist you with career choices. You will be able to learn about the majors of these colleges and other amazing information by clicking on the name of the college. If you are ready to get started with college preparation you can go ahead and click HERE. 

  • What do you want to major in?;

  • Would you like to attend a community college, small college (less than 3000 students) or a larger college that may have as many as 100,000 students? ;

  • Would you like to attend school in a small college town or a major city?;

  • Do you currently play a sport or musical instrument and would like to get a scholarship for that to go to college? 

  • Would you like to go to a Christian college (or other religious-based schools)? 

  • Are you currently involved in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics)?... also the Arts (STEAM). 

  • Would you like to become a professional hairstylist, model, singer, actor/actress on TV? 

  • Would you like to go into the military? (Air force, Army, Marines, Navy or the Reserves)