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College is just the first step to a successful future

Check these sites out to help you get through high school and figure out what you want to do with YOUR Future.

Learning Express Library

  • Whatever your goal, Learning Express Library's resources will help you succeed. Each of our Student Success Centers offers the practice tests, exercises, skill-building courses, eBooks, and information you need to achieve the results you want—at school, at work, or in life. Looking to land a job? You'll find an entire Student Success Center dedicated to helping you get the one that's right for you.

Journey to college

  • Like this facebook page and discover how others have made their journey to college!


  • March2Success is a FREE tool that provides educational content to help anyone improve their knowledge and test scores.

I Can Succeed

  • College Access Network. All kinds of information on how to apply, pay for college, manage your money, explore different colleges, and much much more. Also has a section for Middle school students on saving for college and preparing for high school.

First In the Family - Your High School Years

  • Believe in YOUR RIGHT to college and get the knowledge you need. Practical tips from first generation students


  • This will help students plan, enroll, and succeed in college.

Show Me the Future

  • Financial literacy and life skills game, designed to help 12-20 year olds prepare for their futures. The game helps players understand: cost of living, budgeting, wants vs. needs, financial planning, the value of higher education.... and MORE... CHECK IT OUT!

Mapping your Future

  • Career exploration adventure for middle and high school students.


  • College students from around the country give advice about the different universities they attend. This is also a site that can help you find a college that is just right for you.

Campus Compare

  • Campus compare helps students search for the college that is right for them.

College Grazing

  • Students can take surveys to help identify their college needs and desires.