Path To College
Full-time working college-degree holders earn $17,500 more per year than those with only high school diplomas.
Most jobs that require college degrees tend to provide more benefits such as health care, retirement investments, and other perks.
College graduates tend to have more career opportunities due to obtaining a broad range of skills.
Scottsburg High School offers 30+ College Classes with 120+ College Credits available through partenerships with Ivy Tech College and Vincennes University.
Pathway Options under the Path to College:
- Associate of General Studies
- Indiana Transfer General Education Core College Path (30 College Credits)
- Student Customized College Credit Path
- Certificate in Welding / Advanced Manufacturing
Path to Business Ownership
Why Business Ownership?
You become a leader. Your business will provide jobs and contribute to the local economy.
You have opportunities to solve problems. You provide a better service or build a new product that helps people.
You get to see your ideas make a difference.
Path to Workforce
Career goals can change. Working after high school can give young adults experience in their career interest.
Earning a paycheck is a strong motivator, especially for young people who need to contribute to family living expenses.
Many companies help employees pay for college or additional training. Young adults will not go into debt for college.
Path to Military
You answer the call to serve our country. You become a leader.
You learn new skills that will benefit your country and your future.
Education and monetary benefits will last a lifetime.
Don’t graduate with uncertainty about your future.
A Scottsburg High School Diploma is your student’s launchpad to success. Scott 2 will help your student select a path that will lead to a brighter future. We’ve helped thousands of students find their paths. We will help your student find a path to a brighter future.
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