2019 2020 Program of StudiesCOLLEGE CREDIT PLUS
• College Credit Plus (CCP) Meeting Presentation
• College Credit Plus Information from ODE
• The Impact of Student Grades and Decisions to Withdraw
• Intent to Participate FormOHIO MEANS JOBS
OhioMeansJobs connects school and students' futures
Your child has big dreams. As a parent, you can help him or her start in any grade to see how school connects with future work. OhioMeansJobs K-12 is an exciting, robust online tool that puts this information at your fingertips.
The site guides your child through job and career exploration based on interests. It is a no-cost career planning resource that focuses on job opportunities as well as education and training options available in Ohio. You and your child can fill an individualized backpack. The "Explore It" menu includes a profile of your child's interests, career information, a plan and a budget for education and training, possible occupations, potential salaries, resume and job searches.
Take a tour this school year and get started at: OhioMeansJobs.comCAREER CRUISING
FUHS students now have access to Career Cruising
, a website with multiple tools to assist students in their high school, college and career planning. This site is for any student, no matter what his or her post-graduation plans are, whether college, work, apprenticeship, or the military. Every student has been assigned a username and password. The site also has a link to Method Test Prep, which is FREE online ACT and SAT test preparation. In order to log on, use the Quick Links on the HS Counselor webpage. If for any reason your log-in information does not work, contact your school counselor. Career Cruising DirectionsSCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION
Follow the link below to view the latest information on scholarships for 2-Year and 4-Year colleges. Available ScholarshipsOHIO'S NEW GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
The Ohio Department of Education has posted three new tools to inform parents, students, and/or staff about Ohio’s new graduation requirements. These include: a short video; a Power Point explaining more of the details; and a Frequently Asked Questions feature. All three of these items can be found at: http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/Ohio-Graduation-Requirements