Your primary efforts in 10th grade should be to work hard, learn all that you can, and make the very best grades you are capable of making. All sophomores will take the Pre-ACT, an assessment that measures your college readiness and helps you prepare for the ACT. You are also strongly encouraged to register for the PSAT. This additional practice should strengthen your test-taking skills as you prepare for the SAT. Continue to seek leadership opportunities in the school and community. Get to know your school counselor or the college adviser. Continue to seek opportunities for scholarships and summer programs. Check with your school counselor to make certain your selection of courses for the junior year fits your future plans and academic abilities.
- The Pre-ACT assessment is administered to students in the tenth grade. This assessment measures college readiness skills and helps students to prepare for the ACT.
CFNC: Student Planner Timeline
- High school planning timeline created by CFNC to help tenth grade students plan for college
Bigfuture by The College Board
- Resources to help tenth grade students create a college plan
College Preparation Opportunities through CFNC
- Enrichment opportunities based on interest areas