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"My teen is about to graduate high school. What are her options for higher education?"
If you are a junior or senior, or the parent of one, it’s time to think about life after high school. There are a variety of paths you can take, and attending college or a vocational school can help you succeed. If you’re not quite sure what steps to take, check out these local colleges and career centers to help you make an informed decision.
Resources for Reaching and Paying for Higher Education or Training
Career Voyagers: a guide for youth to choosing a career path.
College Now Greater Cleveland
a local resource formerly known as Cleveland Scholarship Programs,
providing Greater Cleveland students with guidance and access to funds
to prepare for and graduate from college.
U.S. Department of Education promotes student achievement and
preparation for global competitiveness by fostering educational
excellence and ensuring equal access.
Guide To Colleges and Degrees
: an education directory specializing in degree programs, vocational certifications, and career training.
National Dropout Prevention Center/Network:
provides knowledge and promotes networking for students and their
families to increase opportunities for young people in at-risk
situations to receive the quality education and service necessary to
successfully graduate from high school.
: resources from an office of the U.S. Department of Education dedicated to making it easier to get money for higher education.
Nearby University, College, Training or Career Center Options
Baldwin Wallace University
Bowling Green State University
Bryant & Stratton College Cleveland
Case Western Reserve University
Cleveland State University
Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C)
ITT Technical Institute
John Carroll University
Kent State University
Lakeland Community College
Notre Dame College
Oberlin College and Conservatory
Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine Cleveland
Polaris Career Center
South University Cleveland
University of Akron
University of Phoenix
University of Toledo
Youngstown State University
Find more options nearby and far away with the U.S. News & World Report College Rankings.
Many of these resources were originally published as part of Get It Facts in collaboration with the Cuyahoga County Board of Health. Cuyahoga County does not necessarily endorse the resources provided in this collection of articles. Also, any inaccuracies or omissions are unintentional.