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Blue Valley Action Steps

Questions?

Contact your high school counselor

  1. Develop a plan during your freshman year of high school.

    Work with your high school counselor to select up to 30 credits of Advanced Placement, JCCC College Now and Quick Step classes.

    You should plan to take courses, such as

    • Biology
    • College algebra or pre-calculus
    • English composition I and II
    • Physics
    • Chemistry
    • Psychology
    • U.S. history
  2. Apply and be admitted to JCCC for College Now by the end of your freshman year.
  3. Consider taking JCCC Quick Step courses before you graduate.

Milestone: Earn your diploma from Blue Valley Schools

Want real-world  experience in high school? Apply and be admitted to CAPS Foundations of Medicine or Sports Medicine by the end of your sophomore year.


Degree in 3 Exercise Science Contacts
High School Program
Contact your high school counselor.
JCCC
JCCC Counseling & Advising Services
913-469-4432
www.JCCC.edu/counseling
KU Edwards Campus

Lauren McEnaney
Exercise Science Advisor
913-897-8522
laurenmc@ku.edu

exsciedws@ku.edu
Scholarships & Financial Aid

Scholarships and financial aid are available at both JCCC and KU Edwards. Watch for priority application deadlines when you apply for admission.

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