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At Robert H. Goddard High School, we believe that exposure to college and post-secondary options is one of the best ways to encourage students to become college ready. Beginning in their freshman year, our students are introduced to the collegiate and trade school world through the use of Naviance, participation in our semiannual college fairs and individual college admission representative visits to our school. Throughout the course of the year, our school provides various assemblies for all students such as Alumni Day, College Information Night, PSAT, SAT, ACT and AP information sessions and we discuss the ACCES program for students with Individualized Educational Plans.
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Our 9th and 10th grade students are required to perform 8 hours of career exploration/ community service throughout each of their four years at Goddard High School. When applying for college and career opportunities it is critical that you have a resume filled with real world experiences to set you apart from other college and career applicants. By the time each Jaguar student graduates he/she will have a minimum of 24-32 hours of career exploration/ community service. If you have nay questions, please contact A.P. Duggan.