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Title: Ready? Set. Go! The Race 2 College An Introduction to the Higher Education Center


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Ready?Set.Go!The Race 2 CollegeAn
Introduction to theHigher Education Center
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What is College?
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So, why college?
  • Doctor, Lawyer, Teacher, Counselor, Veterinarian,
    Scientist, Engineer, Architect, Designer, Game
    Programmer, Graphic Designer, Social Worker,
    Mortician, FBI agent, Probation Officer,
    Journalist, Audiologist, Speech Therapist, Crime
    Scene Investigator, etc.
  • All of these jobs require a college education
  • A college degree will give you valuable
    experience and knowledge to help you advance in
    your chosen career

4

Community Context
  • Community Context
  • Population 337,977
  • 76.1 Hispanic
  • 74 of the citys residents speak Spanish
  • Median age of residents 26.5 years with 46
    under 19
  • 60 of residents age 25 or older do
    not have a high school diploma

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Santa Ana Unified School District
  • 36 Elementary Schools
  • 9 Intermediate Schools
  • 6 Comprehensive High Schools
  • Student Population
    (2003-2004) 62,874
  • 5th Largest School District in California
  • 91.3 Latino Student Population

6
Fall 2003 College Going(2,670 SAUSD Graduates in
June of 2003)
  • 128 Enrolled at a California State University
  • 52 Enrolled at the University of California
  • 1,030 Enrolled at Santa Ana College

What happened to the other 1,400 students?
7
SAUSD 2005 Graduate Transcript Analysis(Class
size2207)
Number Percent
GPA 2.5 Met A-G 548 25
GPA 2.5 Did not meet A-G 365 17
GPA 2.5- Met A-G 13 1
GPA 2.5- Did not meet A-G 1253 56
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Higher Education Center
  • Core Services
  • Pre-collegiate workshops grades 9-12
  • College entrance exams PSAT, SAT ACT
  • College Financial Aid Applications
  • Scholarship Information Assistance
  • Schedule college representatives
  • Campus visits
  • Central contact for pre-college programs
  • Parent Workshops
  • Achieving College Professional Development for
    Counselors
  • Collaborative work with partners to eliminate
    duplication of
  • efforts

The Higher Education Centers are designed to be a
one-stop information and service center
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The Race 2 CollegeKeep up your gradesGet
InvolvedCommunity ServiceSee you at the
finish line!
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Average Annual Income
Less than 9th Grade 20,000 or 10/hr
High School Dropout 22,939 or 12/hr
High School Graduate 30,766 or 16/hr
Some College 35,714 or 18/hr
Associate Degree 37,605 or 19/hr
Bachelors Degree 49,889 or 26/hr
Masters 59,508 or 31/hr
Doctorate 79,403 or 41/hr
Professional 95,969 or 50/hr
  • College graduates make approximately 20,000 more
    a year than High School graduates

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Education Options
  • COMMUNITY COLLEGE
  • Two year institution that offers academic
    programs to earn an associates degree and/or to
    transfer to a four year college.
  • Nursing, Fire Technology, Law Enforcement,
    Accounting, Aides, etc.
  • Personal growth and enrichment
  • HS students can also take classes for FREE (pay
    books and fees)

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Education Options
  • FOUR YEAR COLLEGE or UNIVERSITY (not much
    different)
  • postsecondary institution that offers a
    bachelors degree
  • 4 -5 year full-time program of study
  • Major your main field of study (major in
    biology)
  • University
  • Larger campus
  • Bachelors degree
  • Masters degree
  • Doctoral degrees
  • Smaller colleges within
  • College vs.
  • Smaller campus
  • Bachelors degree
  • Liberal Arts campus

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Education Options
  • Vocational Programs
  • Vocational or Trade Schools focus on specific
    skills for a job or profession. Not focused on
    general education.
  • Cosmetology, culinary arts, mechanics, and
    technology-related fields
  • Apprenticeships allow you to train for
    technical careers by shadowing a professional
    (takes about 4 years)
  • Electrician, plumber, and carpenter

16
Systems at a Glance
System
Number of Campuses
Required Entrance Exam(s)
Degrees Offered
Student Fees / Tuition (subject to change)
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Paying 4 College
Financial Aid SCHOLARSHIPS FREE
money -Academic, community service, interests,
career-focused -Other GRANTS Free money from
the State or the Federal Govt. (based on high
school GPA or parents income) LOANS Must pay
the govt. back when you complete your degree
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What Makes College Fun?
  • Meet new people, make new friendsBFF
  • Study what you like
  • You study at 2 a.m.
  • Get involved in clubs, organizations,
    fraternities, sororities, leadership, sports,
    etc.
  • Study Abroad....study in Italy or Greece or ????
  • You discover or begin to discover who you are

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Required Courses
UNIVERSITY
SAUSD

a b c d e f g
35 credits History/Social Science 20-30
credits History/Social Science
40 credits of English 40 credits of
English
30 credits of Math (including geometry) 30
credits of Math algebra I, geometry
algebra II
30 credits of Science 20 credits of Science
20 credits of Foreign Language 2040
credits of Foreign Language same language
same language
10 credits of Fine Arts 10 credits
of Fine Arts
45 credits of high school electives 10 40
college prep electives
20 credits of Physical Education 5 credits of
Health 5 credits of College Career Planning
High School A, B, C D is passing. University
A, B C only.
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