Career exploration and college planning begin in eighth grade when students take a career exploration course and complete an assessment to help determine their gifts. Local professionals also visit this class to talk about their occupation and vocational journey.
As students progress through middle school and high school, they have bi-yearly appointments with the guidance counselor to track their academic progress and discuss future college and career opportunities. During Winterim, students can work with the guidance counselor to design an individual internship experience that allows the student to more fully explore a particular career.
WSCA also administers the PSAT 8/9 and PSAT-NMSQT, helpful indicators of career and college readiness.
If a student is interested in attending college, he/she can attend the CSAGH College Fair, an evening with more than 30 Christian and secular colleges and universities represented. CSAGH also hosts financial aid information nights for parents and students.