High School Program

What is Student Paths?

Student Paths is a program aligned with the Common Core standards that high schools implement into their curriculum to help their students with the transition from high school to their future. Students who are engaged with the program can expect to achieve the following 12 college and career readiness outcomes.

The program also includes a robust scholarship search site with more than 3 million scholarships worth an estimated $15 billion. Each month that site receives more than 2 million visits and 12 million page views.

How is the program used?

Educators are provided with classroom resources and corresponding lesson plans to facilitate classroom discussion, assignments and projects on topics related to a student's transition to life after high school, including finding one's passion and right post-secondary fit. Because all schools are structured differently, specific implementation of the program differs with each school. Common examples of implementation include English, advisory, business/economics, AVID, careers classes, and homeroom, and our curriculum meets both the American School Counselors Association (ASCA Standards) and Common Core Standards.

Who pays for the program?

There is no cost for high schools. Post-secondary institutions sponsor the program, connecting with students in captive classrooms and via distance learning. Both inside and outside the classroom, students can specifically request to be contacted by the sponsor post-secondary institutions, generating highly qualified leads.

Sample Curriculum

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